Humour Research: State of the Art (2002)  (Make Corrections)  
M.P. Mulder, A. Nijholt

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Abstract: Humour is a multi-disciplinary field of research. People have been working on humour in many fields of research like psychology, philosophy and linguistics, sociology and literature. Especially in the context of computer science (or Artificial Intelligence) humour research aims at modeling humour in a computationally tractable way. Having computational models of humour allows interface designers to have the computer generate and interpret humour when interacting with users. There are... (Update)

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@misc{ mulder-humour,
  author = "M.P. Mulder and A. Nijholt",
  title = "Humour Research: State of the Art",
  url = "citeseer.ist.psu.edu/580062.html" }
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