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Wiebe, J., Wilson, T., Bruce, R., Bell,
M., & Martin, M. (2004).
subjective language. Computational Linguistics 30 (3), September 2004, pp. 277-308.
Refereed Conference and Workshop
Nemecio R. Chavez, Jr., Melanie J. Martin and Enrico Pontelli (2005). Pathways: A Student-Centered Approach to Educational to Educational Success. The Sun Conference on Teaching and Learning. Cooperative, Collaborative, and Team-Based Learning. March 4&5, 2005, The University of Texas, El Paso.
Melanie J. Martin (2004). Reliability and Verification of Natural Language Text on the World Wide Web. Paper at ACM-SIGIR Doctoral Consortium, July 25, 2004, Sheffield, England.
Melanie J. Martin and Peter W. Foltz (2004). Automated
Discourse Annotation and Performance Prediction using LSA.
Proceedings of the Human Language Technology and North American
for Computational Linguistics Conference (HLT/NAACL), May 2-7, 2004,
Boston, Massachusetts. Short Paper.
Melanie J. Martin (2004). A Holistic Approach to Improving Undergraduate Performance in Gateway Computer Science Courses. The Sun Conference on Teaching and Learning. Cooperative, Collaborative, and Team-Based Learning. March 5&6, 2004, The University of Texas, El Paso.
Melanie J. Martin and Enrico Pontelli (2004). A
holistic approach to improving undergraduate
performance in gateway computer science courses using discrete
mathematics as a case study. Science, Engineering, & Technology
Education Conference (SETE) 2004 at NMSU, January 9, 2004.
Jamie C. Gorman, Nancy J. Cooke, Peter W. Foltz, Preston
A. Kiekel, Melanie J. Martin (2003)
Evaluation of Latent Semantic Analysis-Based Measures of Team Communications Content.
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomic Society 47th Annual Meeting, HFES 2003.
Preston A. Kiekel, Nancy J. Cooke, Peter W. Foltz,
Jamie C. Gorman, Melanie J. Martin (2002)
Some Promising Results of Communication-Based Automatic Measures of Team Cognition.
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomic Society 46th Annual Meeting, 298-302. Baltimore MD, September30-October4, 2002.
Janyce Wiebe, Rebecca Bruce, Matthew Bell, Melanie
Martin and Theresa Wilson:
A Corpus Study of Evaluative and Speculative Language. 2nd SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue, Aalborg, Denmark, September 1-2, 2001.
Wiebe, J., Wilson, T., Bruce, R., Bell, M., & Martin, M. (2002).
subjective language. (Extended
version of a paper in submission to a journal.) Department of
Computer Science Technical Report TR-02-100 , University of
Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.
Melanie J. Martin, Nemecio Chavez Jr. (2002)
Computer Science Teaching Assistant Handbook
Presented at NMSU CS Department TA Meeting August, 21, 2002. Published at http://www.cs.nmsu.edu/~gradrep/
Susan Hermiller, Melanie Martin, Eric York (1995). Learning Calculus
Written for NMSU calculus students, currently available several places on the web.
Report on Grace Hopper Conference (2004). NMSU CS Department Seminar, October 20, 2004.
Discussion: Language Understanding: Recognition or Construction (2003). NMSU CS Department AI Seminar, February 24, 2003 with Nemecio Chavez.
Introduction to Latent Semantic Analysis (2002). NMSU CS Department AI Seminar, October 14, 2002.
Identifying Ideological Point of View (2001). NMSU CS Department AI Seminar, two talks: August 29 and September 5, 2001.
Groups and Automata (1996). Invited talk: Mathematics Department Colloquium at Sul Ross State University, Alpine, Texas. February 16, 1996.
Computers (1996). NMSU Mathematics Graduate Student Seminar with John Pierce, February 12, 1996
Matroids (1995). NMSU Mathematics Friday Afternoon Seminar, June 30, 1995 and July 7, 1995.
Classification of Closed Two-Manifolds (1995). NMSU Mathematics Graduate Student Seminar, March 27, 1995.
Not Knot (1994-1995). NMSU Mathematics Graduate Student Seminar, January 23, 1995. NMSU Mathematics Topology Seminar, December 7, 1994.
Knot Colorings (1994). Invited talk: Mathematics Department Colloquium at Sul Ross State University, Alpine, Texas. September 29, 1994.
Knot Crystals (1994). NMSU Mathematics Topology Seminar, November 2, 9, and 16, 1994.
Coloring Knots (1994). NMSU Mathematics Topology Seminar, October 26, 1994.
State Sum Invariants of Three-Manifolds and the Quantum 6J-Symbols (1993). Three talks in the University of Oregon Topology/Geometry Seminar, Spring 1993.
Knot Coloring (1992). University of Oregon Topology/Geometry Seminar, Spring 1992.
Applying Group Theory to Groups of People (1991). Lecture to Honors Mathematics Course, Fall 1991.
Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask, panel at NMSU Graduate School Professional Development Workshop 2004, moderated by Dr. Elba Serrano, August 18, 2004.
Panel of Graduate Studies in Mathematics (1993). Symposium on Graduate Study for Undergraduate Women, Oregon State University, April 16, 1993.
Health Care in Rural Guatemala: A Personal Perspective (1979). Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies, October 1979.