*Professor Solomonoff's website provides an alternative list of publications and the abstracts for several of his papers.*

*"Machine Learning - Past and Future"*- Given at AI@50, The Dartmouth Artificial Intelligence Conference, Dartmouth, N.H., 13-15 July 2006.
*"Three Kinds of Probabilistic Induction: Universal Distributions and Convergence Theorems"*- 2004. To appear in Festchrift for Chris Wallace, Melbourne, Australia
*"The Universal Distribution and Machine Learning"*- In The Computer Journal, Vol. 46, No. 6, 2003.
*"Progress in Incremental Machine Learning"*- Rev. 2, Oct 2003. Given at NIPS (Neural Information Processing Systems) Conference, Whistler, B.C., Canada
*"Two Kinds of Probabilistic Induction"*- The Computer Journal, Vol. 42, No. 4, 1999.
- Available from Professor Solomonoff as HTML, LaTeX or pdf files, and in abstract.
*"Does Algorithmic Probability Solve the Problem of Induction?"*- Oxbridge Research, Suite 501, 678 Mass. Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 02139, 1997.
- Available from Professor Solomonoff as HTML, LaTeX or postscript files, and in abstract.
*"The Discovery of Algorithmic Probability"*- Journal of Computer and System Sciences, Vol. 55, No. 1, pp. 73-88, August 1997.
- Available from Professor Solomonoff as an HTML, LaTeX or postscript file.
*"Autonomous Theory Building Systems"*- co-author W.J. Paul, Computer Science Dept., University of Saarbruecken, 66041 Saarbruecken, Germany, 1994.
*"A System for Incremental Learning Based on Algorithmic Probability"*- Proceedings of the Sixth Israeli Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, Tel Aviv, Israel, pp. 515--527, December 1989.
- Available from Professor Solomonoff as an HTML file, with corresponding graph or in abstract.
*"The Application of Algorithmic Probability to Problems in Artificial Intelligence"*- in: M. Kochen and H. M. Hastings (Eds.), Advances in Cognitive Science, AAAS Selected Symposia Series, AAAS, Washington, D.C., pp. 210-227, 1988.
*"Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence"*- L.N. Kanal and J.F. Lemmer (Eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., pp. 473-491, 1986.
*"The Time Scale of Artificial Intelligence: Reflections on Social Effects"*- Human Systems Management, Vol. 5, pp. 149-153, 1985.

*"Two Kinds of Complexity"*- Oxbridge Research, 1985.
*"Optimum Sequential Search"*- Oxbridge Research, June 1984.
*"Perfect Training Sequences and the Costs of Corruption - A Progress Report on Inductive Inference Research"*- Oxbridge Research, August 1982.
*"Complexity-Based Induction Systems: Comparisons and Convergence Theorems"*- IEEE Trans. on Information Theory, Vol. IT-24, No. 4, pp. 422-432, July 1978.
- Available from Professor Solomonoff as a pdf file.
*"Inductive Inference Theory - A Unified Approach to Problems in Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence"*- Proceedings of the Fourth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Tbilisi, Georgia, U.S.S.R., pp. 274-280, September 1975.
*"The Adequacy of Complexity Models of Induction"*- International Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Section VI, London, Ontario, Canada, pp. 19-20, September 1975.
*"The Search for Artificial Intelligence"*- Electronics and Power, pp. 8-11, January 1968.
*"Inductive Inference Research Status Spring 1967"*- RTB 154, Rockford Research, Inc., 140 1/2 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge, Mass. 02138, July 1967.
*"Some Recent Work in Artificial Intelligence"*- Proc. IEEE, pp. 1687-1697, December 1966.
*"A Formal Theory of Inductive Inference"*- Information and Control, Part I: Vol 7, No. 1, pp. 1-22, March 1964.
- Available from Professor Solomonoff as an HTML, LaTeX or postscript file.
*"A Formal Theory of Inductive Inference"*- Information and Control, Part II: Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 224-254, June 1964.

*"Comments on Dr. S. Watanabe's Paper," Synthese*- pp. 97-100, September 1962. "Training Sequences for Mechanized Induction," Self-Organizing Systems, M. Yovits, ed., pp. 425-434, 1962.
*"An Inductive Inference Code Employing Definitions"*- ZTB 141, Rockford Research, Inc., April 1961.
*"A Coding Method for Inductive Inference"*- ZTB 140, Rockford Research, Inc., April 1961.
*"Progress Report: Research in Inductive Inference April 1959 to November 1960"*- ZTB 139, Rockford Research, Inc., January 1961.
*"A Preliminary Report on a General Theory of Inductive Inference"*- (Revision of Report V-131), Contract AF 49(639)-376, Report ZTB-138, Zator Co., Cambridge, Mass., Nov, 1960.
- Available from Professor Solomonoff as an HTML, LaTeX or postscript file, or in abstract.
*"A Preliminary Report on a General Theory of Inductive Inference"*- ZTB 138, Report V-131, Zator Co., Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 4, 1960.
*"A New Method for Discovering the Grammars of Phrase Structure Languages"*- Information Processing, Unesco, Paris, 1960.
*"A Progress Report on Machines to Learn to Translate Languages and Retrieve Information"*- Advances in Documentation and Library Science, Vol. III, pt. 2, pp. 941-953. (Proceedings of a conference in September 1959.)
*"Progress Report: Research on Inductive Inference for the Year Ending March 1959"*- ZTB 130, Zator Co., May 1959.
*"The Mechanization of Linguistic Learning"*- Second International Congress on Cybernetics, pp. 180-193, 1958.
*"An Inductive Inference Machine"*- IRE Convention Record, Section on Information Theory, Part 2, pp. 56-62, 1957.
*"An Inductive Inference Machine"*- A privately circulated report, August 1956.
*"Effect of Heisenberg's Principal on Channel Capacity"*- Proc. IRE, April 1955, p. 484.
*"An Optically Driven Airborne Chopper"*- Proc. of the Third Typhoon Symposium, 1953.
*"An Exact Method for the Computation of the Connectivity of Random Nets"*- Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics, vol. 14, p. 153, 1952.
*"Connectivity of Random Nets"*- (with A. Rapoport), Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics, Vol. 13, p. 107, 1951.
*"Structure of Random Nets"*- (with A. Rapoport), Proc. Int. Cong. Mathematicians, p. 674, 1950.

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