PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROFESSOR EMERITUS Nissim Francez
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No of theses 14
Department Computer Science
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Nelken Ran 2001 PhD Abstracts Questions, Time and Natural Language Interfaces to Temporal Databases
Wintner Shalom 1997 PhD An Abstract Machine for Unification Grammars with Applications to an HPSG Grammar for Hebrew
Fix Limor 1992 PhD Semantics Drinen Decompositions for the Verification of
Sagiv Shmuel 1991 PhD Circular Attribute Grammars and Their Application to Data
Beryozkin Genady 2005 MSc Abstracts Plural Semantics for Control Sentences in LFG's "Glue" Interface
Zamansky )Lifshits( Anna 2004 MSc Abstracts A 'Natural Logic' Inference System Based on the Lambek Calculus
Veksler Tatyana 2004 MSc Abstracts Automata and Type-Logical Grammars
Jaeger Efrat 2003 MSc Abstracts Unification Grammars and Off-Line Parsability
Koyfman Shlomit 2002 MSc Semantic Invariance of Algorithms for Nominal Anaphora Resolution
Skoblikov Victoria 2000 MSc Feature-Based Computational Lexicon of Hebrew Vrebs
Brezner Oren 1994 MSc Expectation Semantucs for Modal Logic
Adir Allon 1994 MSc Compiling Programs with Multiparty-Interactions and Teams
Neeman Yuval 1990 MSc Domain Archetype – a Eeasiblit Y Study
Shemesh Yael 1989 MSc Relation Recognizing Automatta