"Few are they who have not appeared one time or other in print, and in
these days, no man is safe. The most idle and thoughtless, trusting in
their imagination write novels, - the most sage and stupid write
essays or political pamphlets. Such being the case, I also join the
crowd, and present to the Reader this unpretending little book,
trusting it may afford some information and amusement."
- Lieut. J.Orlebar, R.N., A Midshipman's Journal on board H.M.S. Seringapatam, during the year, 1830
Rosenstein, M., Foltz, P. W., DeLisi, L. E., and Elvevåg, B. (in press). Language as a biomarker in those at high-risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research.
Rosenstein, M., Foltz, P. W., Vaskinn, A., and Elvevåg, B. (accepted). Practical issues in developing semantic frameworks for the analysis of verbal fluency data: A Norwegian data case study. In Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Computational Linguistics and Clinical Psychology. Denver, CO. ACL.
Foltz, P. W., Rosenstein, M. (2015). Longitudinal Analysis of First Grade Texts Using the Reading Maturity Metric. American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting. April.
Foltz, P. W., and Rosenstein, M. (2015). Analysis of a large-scale formative writing assessment system with automated feedback. In Proceedings of the second ACM conference on Learning@scale conference, 339-342. Also, available here.
Rosenstein, M., Diaz-Asper, C., Foltz, P. W., Elvevåg, B. (2014). A computational language approach to modeling prose recall in schizophrenia. Cortex, 55, 148-166. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cortex.2014.01.021.
Nicodemus, K. K., Elvevåg, B., Foltz, P. W., Rosenstein, M., Diaz-Asper, C., Weinberger, D. R. (2014). Category fluency, latent semantic analysis and schizophrenia: a candidate gene approach. Cortex, 55, 182-191. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cortex.2013.12.004. edepositIreland copy.
Foltz, P. W., Rosenstein, M., Dronen, N., and Dooley, S. (2014). Automated feedback in a large-scale implementation of a formative writing system: Implications for improving student writing. American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting. April. Also available here.
Biemiller, A., Rosenstein, M., Sparks, R., Landauer, T. K, and Foltz, P. (2014). Models of vocabulary acquisition: Direct tests and text-derived simulations of vocabulary growth. Scientific Studies of Reading, 18(2), 130-154. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10888438.2013.821992.
Foltz, P. W. and Rosenstein, M. (2013). Tracking student learning in a state-wide implementation of automated writing scoring. NIPS Workshop on Data Driven Education. Lake Tahoe, NV. Dec. 9-10.
Lochbaum, K. E., Rosenstein, M., Foltz, P. W. and Derr, M. A. (2013). Detection of gaming in automated scoring of essays with the IEA. National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME) Conference, San Francisco. April. Also available as a Pearson Research Report and here.
Foltz, P. W., Rosenstein, M. and Lochbaum, K. E. (2013). Improving performance of automated scoring through detection of outliers and understanding model instabilities. National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME) Conference, San Francisco. April. Also available as a Pearson Research Report and here.
Foltz, P., Rosenstein, M., Lochbaum, K., Davis, L. (2012). Improving reliability throughout the automated scoring development process. National Council on Measurement in Education, Vancouver. April.
Foltz, P. W., Lochbaum, K. E., and Rosenstein, M. (2011), Analysis of student ELA writing performance for a large scale implementation of formative assessment. National Council on Measurement in Education, New Orleans. April. Also available here.
Elvevåg, B., Foltz, P. W., Rosenstein, M., and DeLisi, L. E. (2010). An automated method to analyze language use in patients with schizophrenia and their first-degree relatives. Journal of Neurolingistics, 23 (3), 270-284. Author Manuscript in PubMed Central.
Foltz, P. W., Sparks, R., Rosenstein, M., Carley, K., Martin, M., Warwick, W., Matessa, M., LaVoie, N., and Lauper, U. (2009). Developing an Integrated Toolset for the Tactical Human Integration of Networked Knowledge ATO. Network Sciences Workshop. United States Military Academy Network Science Center. October 26-28.
LaVoie, N., Foltz, P., Rosenstein, M., Oberbreckling, R., Chatham, R., and Psotka, J. (2008). Automating convoy training assessment to improve soldier performance (abstract and handout of poster). Army Sciences Conference, Orlando Fl, December 2008.
Foltz, P., Rosenstein, M., LaVoie, N., Oberbreckling, R., Chatham, R., and Psotka, J. (2008). DARCAAT: DARPA competence assessment and alarms for teams. Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC 2008), Orlando, FL., December 1-4, 2008.
LaVoie, N., Foltz, P., Rosenstein, M., Oberbreckling, R., Chatham, R., and Psotka, J. (2008). Automated support for AARs: Exploiting communication to assess team performance. Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC 2008), Orlando, FL., December 1-4, 2008.
Foltz, P., LaVoie, N., Oberbreckling, R., and Rosenstein, M. (2008). Automated Performance Assessment of Teams in Virtual Environments. In Dylan Schmorrow, Joseph Cohn and Denise Nicholson, eds., The PSI Handbook of Virtual Environments for Training and Education: Developments for the Military and Beyond. Praeger Security International, 2008.
Foltz, P., Bolstad, C., Cuevas, H., Franzke, M., Rosenstein, M. and Costello, A. (2008). Measuring Situation Awareness Through Automated Communications Analysis. In M. Letsky, N. Warner, S. Fiore & CAP Smith, eds., Macrocognition in Teams. Elsevier, 2008.
Bolstad, C. A., Foltz, P., Franzke, M., Cuevas, H. M., Rosenstein, M., and Costello, A. M. (2007). Predicting Situation Awareness from Team Communications. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) 51st Annual Meeting, October 1-5.
Foltz, P. W, LaVoie, N., Oberbreckling, R. J. and Rosenstein, M. (2007). Tools for automated analysis of networked verbal communication. Network Science Report, Volume 1, 1. pp 19-24. United States Military Academy Network Science Center. October.
Foltz, P., Martin, M., Abdelali, A., Rosenstein, M. and Oberbreckling, R. (2006). Automated Team Discourse Modeling: Test of Performance and Generalization, Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Vancouver, BC. July 26-29.
Dalal, S., Egan, D., Ho, Y. and Rosenstein, M. (2003). The Promise and Challenge of Mining Web Transaction Data. In: C.R. Rao and R. Khattree, eds., Statistics in Industry (Handbook of Statistics, Vol. 22). Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Rosenstein, M. (2000). What is Actually Taking Place on Web Sites: E-Commerce Lessons from Web Server Logs, Proceedings of the 2nd ACM conference on Electronic Commerce (EC-00). October 17-20, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.
Rosenstein, M. and Lochbaum, C. (2000). Recommending from Content: Preliminary Results from an E-Commerce Experiment. CHI 2000. April 1-6, The Hague, The Netherlands.
Dalal, S.R., Egan, D., Ho, Y., Lochbaum, C. and Rosenstein, M. (1999). Mining Gold from E-Commerce Transactions: Challenges. Measurement of E-Commerce Conference. December 6-8. Singapore. Slides from talk.
Sigman, E., Farrell, R. and Rosenstein, M. (1998). SiteSeer: An Interactive Treeviewer for Visualizing Web Activity. HCI'98. September 1-4, 1998. Sheffield, UK.
Workshop on Trust and Accountability: Preserving Human Values in Interactional Experiences. Invited participant, April 20, 1998 held in conjunction with ACM's CHI' 98. April 19-23, 1998. Los Angeles, CA.
Workshop on User Autonomy, Invited participant, April 15, 1996 held in conjunction with ACM'S CHI' 96. April 13-18, 1996. Vancouver, BC. Reported in SigCHI Bulletin, Volume 30, Number 1, pgs. 26-29, January 1998.
Workshop on Collaborative Filtering, Invited participant, March 16, 1996 held at School of Information Sciences, University of California, Berkeley.
Hill, W., Stead, L., Rosenstein, M. and Furnas, G. (1995). Recommending and Evaluating Choices in a Virtual Community of Use, CHI'95. May 7-11, 1995.
A Communal History-of-Use Mechanism to Aid Resource Discover in the WWW, with Will Hill and Larry Stead. The Second International WWW Conference '94 Proceedings, October 17-20, 1994.
Workshop on New Uses and Abuses of Interaction History, Invited participant, April 25, 1994 held in conjunction with ACM's CHI' 94. April 24-28, 1994. Boston, MA.
Duffy, D.E., McIntosh, A., Rosenstein, M. and Willinger, W. (1993). Analyzing Telecommunications Traffic Data from Working Common Channel Signaling Subnetworks, In Michael E. Tarter and Michael D. Lock, Co-Editors, Computing Science and Statistics Interface, Volume 25, Proceedings of the 25th Symposium on the Interface. San Diego, California, April 14-17, 1993. Also available as Bellcore Technical Report TM-ARH-023638. February 1994.
Statistical Analysis of CCSN/SS7 Traffic Data from Working CCS Subnetworks, with D.E. Duffy, A. McIntosh, and W.Willinger. IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications 12(3), 544-551, April 1994. Also available as Bellcore Technical Report TM-ARH-023706. December 1993.
Analyzing CCSN/SS7 Traffic Data from Working CCS Subnetworks: Implications for Engineering and Modeling, with Diane E. Duffy, Allen A. McIntosh, and Walter Willinger. Bellcore TR.
Analysis of CCSN/SS7 Data Collected at Bell Atlantic on 9/8/92, with Diane E. Duffy, Allen McIntosh, David McSherry, Deborah Swayne and Walter Willinger, Bellcore TR.
Traffic Rate and Load Balancing as Observed in Actual CCSN/SS7 Data, with Diane E. Duffy, and Allen A. McIntosh. Bellcore TM-ARH-022323, December 15, 1992. Also available in IL-92/12-033, Common Channel Signaling Network Notes, December 1992.
Salasoo, A., Rosenstein, M. and Collier G.H. (1991). Insight from Situated Action Analysis: The Case of Telephone Operating Company Engineers. Short talk, CHI'91, Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, April 28-May 2, 1991. A slightly edited version appears in SIGCHI Bulletin, Volume 3, Number 4, October 1991.
Rosenstein, M. and Weitzman, L. (1990). The HITS Icon Editor. Proceedings of the 23rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, January 2-5, 1990.
Rosenstein, M. and Weitzman, L. (1989). The HITS Icon Editor. MCC Technical Report ACT-HI-135-89. June 1989.
The Simulation Environment with Andrea Winkler and Louis Weitzman. MCC Technical Report ACT-HI-120-89-P. May 1989.
Demonstrations of HITS 1.0: The Human Interface Tool Suite, with Members of the Technical Staff, Human Interface Laboratory. MCC Technical Report ACT-HI-116-89-P. March. 1989.
An Introduction to HITS: Human Interface Tool Suite, with Members of the Technical Staff, Human Interface Laboratory. MCC Technical Report ACT-HI-406-88. December 1988.
Graphic Interfaces for Simulation, with James D. Hollan, Edwin L. Hutchins, Timothy P. McCandless, and Louis Weitzman. In William B. Rouse, editor, Advances in Man Machine Systems Research, Volume 3, pages 129-163. Jai Press Inc,. 55 Old Post Road, No. 2, Greenwich, CN 06836, 1987.
Workshop on Object-oriented Graphics and User Interfaces, Invited participant, September 29, 1986 held in conjunction with ACM's First Annual Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages and Applications. Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 1986. Portland Oregon.
Interface Design for Simulations, with J. D. Hollan and L. Weitzman. Proceedings of the First Annual Artificial Intelligence & Advanced Computer Technology Conference, Long Beach, CA, 1985, 357-368.
Tools for Graphical Interface Design, with J. D. Hollan, E. L. Hutchins, and L. Weitzman. Combining Human and Artificial Intelligence: A New Frontier in Human Factors, Proceedings from the Human Factors Society, New York, November 15, 1984, 24-40.
Rosenstein, M. (1983). Modeling Macroeconomic Systems. Seminar presentation for dissertation topic. University of California, San Diego, 1983.
Rosenstein, M. (1980). Substitution among Labor, Capital and Energy for United States Manufacturing. BS Honors Thesis, The Ohio State University, 1980. Also available at OSU Knowledge Bank.
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