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Perlis D.  1972.  An extension of Ackermann's set theory. Journal of Symbolic Logic. 37(4):703-704.
Perlis D, Hall R.  1986.  Intentionality as internality. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 9(01):151-152.
Perlis D.  1988.  Autocircumscription. Artificial Intelligence. 36(2):223-236.
Perlis D.  2000.  What does it take to refer? a reply to Bojadziev Journal of Consciousness Studies. 7(5):67-69.
Perlis D, Purang K.  1998.  Conversational Adequacy: Mistakes are the Essence. UMIACS-TR-96-41
Perlis D.  1994.  An Error-Theory of Consciousness. MARYLAND COMPUTER SCIENCE.
Perlis D, Miller M, Perlis D.  1994.  What Experts Deny, Novices Must Understand. In 3rd International Workshop on Human and Machine Cognition.
Perlis D.  2011.  Robotson Crusoe–or–What Is Common Sense? Logical Formalizations of Commonsense Reasoning — Papers from the AAAI 2011 Spring Symposium.
Perlis D.  1990.  Intentionality and defaults. International J. of Expert Systems. 3:345-354.
Perlis D.  1987.  Circumscribing with sets. Artificial Intelligence. 31(2):201-211.
Perlis D.  1984.  Non-monotonicity and real-time reasoning. AAAI Workshop on Nonmonotonic Reasoning.
Perlis D.  1997.  Sources of, and exploiting, inconsistency: preliminary report. JOURNAL OF APPLIED NONCLASSICAL LOGICS. 7:13-24.
Perlis D.  1995.  Papers on Context: Theory and Practice. Fundamenta Informaticae. 23(2):145-148.
Perlis D, Anderson M.  2002.  Metareasoning for More Effective Human-Computer Dialogue.
Perlis D.  1997.  Consciousness as self-function. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 4. 5(6):509-525.
Perlis D.  1991.  Putting One's Foot in One's Head–Part I: Why. Noûs. :435-455.
Perlis D.  1988.  Commonsense set theory. Meta-Level Architectures and Reflection. :87-98.
Perlis D.  2000.  What does it take to refer. Journal of Consciousness Studies. 7(5):67-9.
Perl Y, Vishkin U.  1985.  Efficient implementation of a shifting algorithm. Discrete applied mathematics. 12(1):71-80.
Perer A, Shneiderman B.  2009.  Integrating Statistics and Visualization for Exploratory Power: From Long-Term Case Studies to Design Guidelines. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications. 29(3):39-51.
Perer A, Shneiderman B.  2008.  Systematic yet flexible discovery: guiding domain experts through exploratory data analysis. Proceedings of the 13th international conference on Intelligent user interfaces. :109-118.
Perer A, Shneiderman B, Oard D.  2006.  Classifying science: Phenomena, data, theory, method, practice: Book Reviews. J. Am. Soc. Inf. Sci. Technol.. 57(14):1977-1978.
Perer A, Shneiderman B.  2006.  Balancing Systematic and Flexible Exploration of Social Networks. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics. 12(5):693-700.
Perer A, Shneiderman B, Oard D.  2006.  Using rhythms of relationships to understand e‐mail archives. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 57(14):1936-1948.
Perer A, Shneiderman B.  2008.  Integrating statistics and visualization: case studies of gaining clarity during exploratory data analysis. Proceedings of the twenty-sixth annual SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems. :265-274.