publications

Journal Articles

Bridewell, W., & Bello, P. (2014). Reasoning about belief revision to change minds: a challenge for cognitive systems. Advances in Cognitive Systems, 3, 107–122.
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Isaac, A.M.C., & Bridewell, W. (2014). Mindreading deception in dialog. Cognitive Systems Research, 28, 12–19.
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Ashley, K.D., & Bridewell, W. (2010). Emerging AI & Law approaches to automating analysis and retrieval of electronically stored information in discovery proceedings.
Artificial Intelligence and Law
, 311–320.
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Bridewell, W. & Langley, P. (2010). Two kinds of knowledge in scientific discovery. Topics in Cognitive Science2, 36–52.
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Bridewell, W., Langley, P., Todorovski, L., & Džeroski, S. (2008). Inductive process modeling.Machine Learning71, 1–32.
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Borrett, S.R.Bridewell, W., Langley, P., & Arrigo, K.R. (2007). A method for representing and developing process models. Ecological Complexity4, 1–12.
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Bridewell, W., Sanchez, J., Langley, P., & Billman, D. (2006). An interactive environment for the modeling and discovery of scientific knowledge. International Journal of Human–Computer Studies,64, 1099–1114.
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Chapman, W.W.Bridewell, W., Hanbury, P., Cooper, G.F., & Buchanan, B.G. (2001). A simple algorithm for identifying negated findings and diseases in discharge summaries. Journal of Biomedical Informatics34, 301–310.
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Chang, E.C., & Bridewell, W.B. (1998). Irrational beliefs, optimism, pessimism, and psychological distress: A preliminary examination of differential effects in a college population. Journal of Clinical Psychology,54(2) 137–142.
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Bridewell, W.B., & Chang, E.C. (1997). Distinguishing between anxiety, depression, and hostility: Relations to anger-in, anger-out, and anger control. Personality and Individual Differences22, 587–590.
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Book Chapters

Bridewell, W., Borrett, S.R., Langley, P. (2009). Supporting the construction of dynamic scientific models. In A. Markman (Ed.), Tools for Innovation, 216–233. New York: Oxford University Press.

Langley, P.Bridewell, W. (2009). An interdisciplinary curriculum in science informatics. In Y. Xu (Ed.), Transform science — Computational education for scientists (Vol. 2): What to teach?, 130–146. Redmond, WA: Microsoft Research.
http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/collaboration/transformscience/cefs.pdf

Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers

Bridewell, W., Bello, P. (2016). Inattentional blindness in a coupled perceptual–cognitive system. Proceedings of the Thirty-Seventh Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.
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Bello, P., Bridewell, W., Wasylyshyn, C. (2016). Attentive and pre-attentive processes in multiple object tracking: a computational investigation. Proceedings of the Thirty-Seventh Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.
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Bridewell, W., Bello, P. (2015). Incremental object perception in an attention-driven cognitive architecture. Proceedings of the Thirty-Seventh Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 279–284.
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Bridewell, W., Bello, P. (2014). Changing minds by reasoning about belief revision: a challenge for cognitive systems. Proceedings of the Second Annual Conference on Advances in Cognitive Systems, 57–72. Baltimore, MD.
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Todorovski, L.Bridewell, W., Langley, P. (2012). Discovering constraints for inductive process modeling. Proceedings of the Twenty Sixth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 256–262.
http://www.aaai.org/ocs/index.php/AAAI/AAAI12/paper/view/4952

Bridewell, W., Das, A.K. (2011). Social network analysis of physician interactions: the effect of institutional boundaries on breast cancer care. Proceedings of the 2011 AMIA Annual Symposium, 152–160.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3243165/

Bridewell, W., Langley, P. (2011). A computational account of everyday abductive inference. Proceedings of the Thirty-Third Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2289–2294.
http://csjarchive.cogsci.rpi.edu/Proceedings/2011/papers/0540/

Lee, W.Bridewell, W., Das, A.K. (2011). Alignment and clustering of breast cancer patients by longitudinal treatment history. Proceedings of the 2011 AMIA Annual Symposium, 760–767.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3243175/

Lee, W.Bridewell, W., Das, A.K. (2011). Comparison of semantic similarity measures for application specific ontology pruning. Proceedings of the First IEEE Conference on Healthcare Informatics, Imaging, and Systems Biology, 97–103.
10.1109/HISB.2011.17

Bridewell, W., & Todorovski, L. (2010). The induction and transfer of declarative bias. Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 401–406.
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Park, C.Bridewell, W., & Langley, P. (2010). Integrated systems for inducing spatio-temporal process models. Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 1555–1560.
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Bridewell, W., Borrett, S., & Todorovski, L. (2007). Extracting constraints for process modeling.Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Knowledge Capture, 87–94.
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Bridewell, W., & Todorovski, L. (2007). Learning declarative bias. Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming, 63–77.
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Bridewell, W., Langley P., Racunas, S., & Borrett, S.R. (2006). Learning process models with missing data. Proceedings of the Seventeenth European Conference on Machine Learning, 557–565.
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Bridewell, W., Bani Asadi, N., Langley, P., & Todorovski, L. (2005). Reducing overfitting in process model induction. Proceedings of the Twenty-Second International Conference on Machine Learning, 81–88.
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Todorovski, L.Bridewell, W., Shiran, O., & Langley, P. (2005). Inducing hierarchical process models in dynamic domains. Proceedings of the Twentieth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 892–897.
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Chapman, W.W.Bridewell, W., Hanbury, P., Cooper, G.F., & Buchanan, B.G. (2001). Evaluation of negation phrases in narrative clinical reports. Proceedings of the 2001 AMIA Annual Symposium, 105–109.
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Workshops, Posters, Extended Abstracts

Bridewell, W., Isaac, A. (2011). Recognizing deception: a model of dynamic belief attribution. AAAI 2011 Fall Symposium on Advances in Cognitive Systems. Arlington, VA.
http://www.aaai.org/ocs/index.php/FSS/FSS11/paper/view/4130

Bridewell, W. (2011). AbRA: an abductive, rationalizing agent for plan recognition. Dagstuhl Seminar 11141 on Plan Recognition. Dagstuhl, Germany.

Bridewell, W., Isaac, A., Langley, P. (2011). Outlining a computationally plausible approach to mental state ascription. First International Meeting of the International Association for Computing and Philosophy. Aarhus, Denmark.

Bridewell, W., Langley, P. (2011). Combining data-driven and knowledge-guided methods to induce interpretable physiological models. AAAI 2011 Spring Symposium on Computational Physiology. Stanford, CA.
http://www.aaai.org/ocs/index.php/SSS/SSS11/paper/viewFile/2482/2900

Bridewell, W., Lee, W., Das, A.K. (2011). Visualizing HIV treatment patterns with network models.2011 AMIA Summit on Clinical Research Informatics. San Francisco, CA.
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Park, C.Bridewell, W., Langley, P. (2010). Integrated systems for inducing spatio-temporal process models. The Twenty-Fourth Annual Workshop on Qualitative Reasoning. Portland, OR.

Bridewell, W., & Langley, P. (2008). Processes and Constraints in Scientific Model Construction. Presented at the 2008 Microsoft eScience Workshop. Indianapolis, IN.
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Bridewell, W., & Todorovski, L. (2008). Cross-domain transfer of constraints for inductive process modeling. Proceedings of the AAAI Workshop on Transfer Learning for Complex Tasks. Chicago, IL.
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Langley, P., & Bridewell, W. (2008). Processes and constraints in explanatory scientific discovery.Proceedings of the Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Washington, DC.
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Paritosh, P., & Bridewell, W. (2007). From whiteboard to model: A preliminary analysis. The Twenty-First Annual Workshop on Qualitative Reasoning. Aberystwyth, UK.
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From whiteboard to model: A preliminary analysis by Praveen Paritosh and Will Bridewell is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License.

Bravo, M., Bridewell, W., & Todorovski, L. (2007). A constraint language for process model induction. The First International Workshop on the Induction of Process Models. Corvallis, OR.
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Borrett, S.R.Bridewell, W., Langley, P., & Arrigo, K.R. (2006). Process sensitivity analysis for ecological modeling. The Fifth International Conference on Ecological Informatics. Santa Barbara, CA.

Borrett, S.R.Bridewell, W., Langley, P., & Arrigo, K.R. (2006). A hierarchical process model of the Ross Sea ecosystem. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union87(36), Ocean Sciences Meeting Supplement, Abstract OS43K-06.

Borrett, S.R.Bridewell, W., & Langley, P. (2006). Computational discovery of process models of aquatic ecosystems. Ninety-First Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America. Memphis, TN.

Billman, D.Bridewell, W., & Borrett, S. (2006). Incorporating cognitive principles into modeling tools for scientists. Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Vancouver, B.C.

Bridewell, W.B., & Chang, E.C. (1997a, July). Distinguishing between anxiety, depression, and hostility. Interactive poster session presented at the 1st Regional Congress of Psychology for Professionals in the Americas. Mexico City, Mexico.

Chang, E.C.Bridewell, W.B., & Fahey, A.L. (1997b, July). Irrational beliefs and negative life stress: Testing a diathesis–stress model of depressive symptoms. Interactive poster session presented at the 1st Regional Congress of Psychology for Professionals in the Americas. Mexico City, Mexico.

Chang, E.C., & Bridewell, W.B. (1997c, July). Irrational beliefs, optimism, pessimism, and psychological distress. Interactive poster session presented at the 1st Regional Congress of Psychology for Professionals in the Americas. Mexico City, Mexico.

Chang, E.C.Bridewell, W.B., & Fahey, A.L. (1997, May). Irrational beliefs and negative life stress: Testing a diathesis-stress model of depressive symptoms. Poster session presented at the 69th annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association. Chicago, IL.

Bridewell, W.B., & Chang, E.C. (1996, November). Distinguishing between anxiety, depression, and hostility: Relations to anger-in, anger-out, and anger control. Paper presented at the 82nd annual meeting of the Kentucky Academy of Science. Frankfort, KY.

Chang, E.C., & Bridewell, W.B. (1996a, May). Hopeful and unhopeful college students: Evidence for situational specificity in coping with academic versus interpersonal problems. Poster session presented at the 68th annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association. Chicago, IL.

Chang, E.C., & Bridewell, W.B. (1996b, May). Personality and social problem-solving ability in hopeful and unhopeful students. Poster session presented at the 68th annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association. Chicago, IL.

Technical Reports

Langley, P., & Bridewell, W. (2006). Scientific reasoning and artificial intelligence (Technical Report). Computational Learning Laboratory, CSLI, Stanford University, CA.
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Bridewell, W., & Buchanan, B.G. (2003). Extracting plausible explanations of anomalous data. Technical Report CS-TR-03-105. Computer Science Department, University of Pittsburgh.
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Ph.D. Thesis

Bridewell, W. (2004). Science as an Anomaly-Driven Enterprise: A Computational Approach to Generating Acceptable Theory Revisions in the Face of Anomalous Data. PhD Thesis, Computer Science Department, University of Pittsburgh.
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