To the TPRC: Two publications (in bold below) were mistakenly omitted from my dossier. This brings the total number of full papers to fourteen. Also, I have continued to add newer publications to the top of the list.

Note that the data from the first HI-SEAS mission is still being processed and analyzed, but we expect/hope to produce ~6-8 papers based on it.

Hunter, J., Binsted, K., and Drago, R.E. (2015). "Nutritional intake of analog subjects consuming prepackaged or crew-prepared foods." Human Research Program Investigators Workshop, Houston, Texas.

Binsted K., Bedwell W., Caldwell B., Hunter J., Kozlowski S., Miller C., Roma P. (2015). "Preliminary results on team function and performance from Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS)." Human Research Program Investigators Workshop, Houston, Texas.

Shiro, B., Binsted, K., and Rowland, K. (2014). "Geological field activities at the HI-SEAS planetary surface analog mission simulation in Hawai'i". NASA Exploration Science Forum, Moffett Field, California.

Poulet, L., Massa, G., Wheeler, R., Gill T., Steele, C., Morrow, R.C., Swarmer, T., Hunter, J., Binsted K. (2014). "Demonstration Test of Electrical Lighting Systems for Plant Growth in HI-SEAS Analog Mars Habitat". 65th International Astronautical Congress in Toronto, Canada. IAC-14,A5,2.9x25271.

Binsted, K., Bedwell, W., Caldwell, B., Hunter, J., Kozlowski, S., Miller, C., Roma, P. (2014). "Determining key contributors to the maintenance and regulation of team function and performance on long duration exploration missions at the HI-SEAS analog habitat". 65th International Astronautical Congress in Toronto, Canada. IAC-14,A1,P,27,x27063.

Binsted, K., Bedwell, W., Caldwell, B., Doumas, A., Hunter, J., Kozlowski, S., Roma, P., Shiro, B. (2014). "Determining Key Contributors to the Maintenance and Regulation of Team Function and Performance on Long Duration Exploration Missions at the HI-SEAS Habitat". Human Research Program Investigators Workshop, Houston, Texas.

Engler, S., Caraccio, A., Binsted, K., Wiecking, B., Leung, H. (2014). "Towards Forecasting Resource Consumption In Mars Analog Simulations." The 8th Annual International Mars Conference, July 14th-18th, CalTech, Pasadena, California.

Engler, S., Hunter, J., Schick, A., Binsted, K., and Leung, H. (TBD) "Robotic Companions for Long Term Isolation Space Missions". IEEE Robotics and Automation.

Engler, S., Abramov, O., Binsted, K., Hunter, J., Leung, H., and Wiecking, W. (2013). "Planetary Habitat Systems Monitoring On a Mars Analog Mission". 100YSS Symposium, Houston, Texas.

Binsted, K., Hunter, J., Halpern, B., and Caldwell, B. (2013). "HI-SEAS: A long-duration human spaceflight analog in Hawaii". 64th International Astronautical Congress. Space Life Sciences Symposium, Session: Behaviour, Performance and Psychosocial Issues in Space. IAC-13.A1.P.6.x18737. Beijing, China.

Caldwell, B., Halpern, B., Binsted, K., and Hunter, J. (2013). "Monitoring cephalad fluid shift induced nasal tissue swelling in 70-day 6° head-down tilt". Humans in Space Symposium, Cologne, Germany.

Shiro, B., Binsted, K., and Hunter, J. (2013). "HI-SEAS: A Planetary Surface Analog Mission Simulation in Hawaii". International Conference on Environmental Systems, Vail, Colorado.

Binsted, K., Hunter, J., and Caldwell B. (2012). "Reducing the risks of long-term human space exploration by simulating missions in an analog environment on Mauna Loa". Human Research Program Investigators Workshop, Houston, Texas.

Battler, M.M., Bishop, S.L., Kobrick, R.L., Binsted, K. and Harris, J. (2011): "The 'Us versus Them' Phenomenon: Lessons from a Long Duration Human Mars Mission Simulation". 62nd International Astronautical Congress. Space Life Sciences Symposium, Session: Behaviour, Performance and Psychosocial Issues in Space. IAC-11-A1.1.6.x11551. Cape Town, South Africa.

Binsted, K., Kobrick, R., OGriofa, M., Bishop, S., Lapierre, J. (2010). Human factors research as part of a Mars exploration analogue mission on Devon Island. Planetary and Space Science. 58: 994-1006.

Hunter, J. and Binsted, K. (2010). Food preparation strategies and food satisfaction under Mars mission analogue conditions. Proceedings of the International Astronautical Conference, Prague, Czech Republic. IAC-10.A1.3.6.

Binsted, K. (2010). Augmented shared reality tools for collaborative science on a planetary exploration analogue mission. Proceedings of the Astrobiology Science Conference, League City, TX, USA.

Bergen, B., and Binsted, K. (2010). Embodied Grammar and Humor. Cognitive Linguistics and Humor.

Bamsey, M., Berinstain, A., Auclair, S., Battler, M., Binsted, K., Bywaters, K., Harris, J., Kobrick, R., McKay., C. (2009). Four month Moon and Mars crew water utilization study conducted at the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station, Devon Island, Nunavut.Advances in Space Research. [7]

Bishop, S., Kobrick, R., Battler, M. and Binsted, K. (2009).FMARS 2007: Stress And Coping In An Arctic Mars Simulation. Acta Astronautica. 66: 1353-1367.

Binsted, K. (2009). Human factors research in analogue environments: Lessons learned and recommendations. Proceedings of the 2009 Workshop on Human Behaviour & Performance in Analogue Environments & Simulations, Noordwijk, The Netherlands. [3]

Binsted, K. (2009). An overview of the human factors research conducted on a four-month Mars simulation in the Canadian High Arctic, with recommendations for future analogue research. Proceedings of Humans in Space 2009, Moscow, Russia. [3]

Tomaszewski, Z., and Binsted, K. (2009). "Demeter: An Implementation of the Marlinspike Interactive Drama System". In AAAI Spring Symposium: Intelligent Narrative Technologies II (p. 133) [5]

Binsted, K., and Fox, R. (2008). Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems (PISCES): Enabling space exploration with a research infrastructure in a Moon/Mars analog environment. Proceedings of the 6th Canadian Space Exploration Workshop, Longueuil, QC, Canada.

Binsted, K., Auclair, S., Bamsey, M.T., Battler, M., Bywaters, K., Harris, J., and Kobrick, R.L. (2008). To Cook or not to Cook: Food preparation strategies under long-duration mission analog conditions. Proceedings of the International Astronautical Congress, Glasgow, Scotland. IAC-08.A1.1.9.

Bishop, S., Kobrick, R., Battler, M., and Binsted, K. (2008). FMARS 2007: Stress and Coping in an Arctic Mars Simulation. Proceedings of the International Astronautical Congress, Glasgow, Scotland. IAC-08-A.1.1.3. [8]

Battler, M., Auclair, S., Osinski, G.R., Bamsey, M.T., Binsted, K., Bywaters, K., Kobrick, R.L., Harris, J., and Barry, N. (2008). Surface Exploration Metrics of a Long Duration Polar Analogue Study: Implications for Future Moon and Mars Missions. Proceedings of the International Astronautical Congress, Glasgow, Scotland. IAC-08.B3.5.7.

Auclair, S., Battler, M.M., Binsted, K.A., Bywaters, K., Kobrick, R.L., Bamsey, M.T., Harris, J.R., McKay, C.P., Osinski, G.R. and Fortier, R. (2008). Studying seasonal variations in High Arctic permafrost: An analogue to the polar regions of Mars. SS24: GAC MAC Planetary Science Conference, 2008. Quebec City, QC, Canada.

Tomaszewski, Z., & Binsted, K. (2008). "Marlinspike: An Integrated Approach to Interactive Drama". In Integrating Technologies For Interactive Stories (INTETAIN) 2008 Workshop, Playa del Carmen, Mexico. [3]

Ritchie, G., Munro, R., Pain H., Binsted, K. (2008). "Evaluating humorous properties of texts." In Proceedings of the AISB Symposium on Affective Language in Human and Machine, pp 17-20.

Binsted, K. (2007). Challenges in human-computer interaction for manned Mars exploration. alt.chi proceedings, Computer-Human Interaction Conference, San Jose, CA.

Kobrick, R., LaPierre, J., and Binsted, K. (2007). Operational Monitoring and Analysis of Space, Time and Schedule as Part of a Space Analogue Mission on Devon Island. Proceedings of the International Astronautical Congress, Hyderabad, India. IAC-07-A1.I.02.

Tomaszewski, Z., and Binsted, K. (2007). "The limitations of a Propp-based approach to interactive drama". Intelligent Narrative Technologies: Papers from the AAAI Fall Symposium, vol 7. [14]

Betts, B., Kim Binsted, Charles Jorgensen (2006). "Small-vocabulary speech recognition using surface electromyography." Interacting with Computers.

Tomaszewski, Z., Kim Binsted (2006). A Reconstructed Neo-Aristotelian Theory of Interactive Drama. Proceedings of Workshop on Computational Aesthetics: Artificial Intelligence Approaches to Beauty and Happiness, National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), Boston, Massachusetts. [7]

Boal, A., Mark Brown, Kim Binsted (2006). Protein Structural Adaptations to Extreme Environments. Astrobiology Science Conference (AbSciCon), Washington DC.

Binsted, K., Charles Jorgensen (2006). Sub-auditory speech recognition. The Skilled Human-Intelligent Agent Performance: Measurement, Application, and Symbiosis Symposium at the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), Kauai, Hawaii. [3]

Binsted, K. (2006). Tongue-tied: the disadvantages of using natural language for interstellar message composition. In Between Worlds: The Art and Science of Interstellar Message Composition. D. Vakoch. Cambridge, The MIT Press.

Binsted, K., Benjamin Bergen, Seana Coulson, Anton Nijholt, Oliviero Stock, Carlo Strapparava, Graeme Ritchie, Ruli Manurung, Helen Pain, Annalu Waller, Dave O'Mara (2006). Computational Humor. IEEE Intelligent Systems (special sub-issue). K. Binsted (ed). 21: 59-69. [39]

Betts, B., Kim Binsted, Charles Jorgensen (2006). Small-vocabulary speech recognition using surface electromyography. Interacting with Computers. 18(6):1242-1259. [16]

Stark, J., Kim Binsted, Ben Bergen (2005). Disjunctor selection for one-line jokes. Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment. M. Maybury, Oliviero Stock, Wolfgang Wahlster, Springer Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. 3814: 174-182. [17]

Meech, K., F.S. Anderson, K. Binsted, J. and E. G. Cowen, D. Jewitt, R. Kaiser, D. Karl, K. Keil, A. Krot, R. Kudrtizki, M. Mottl, T. Owen, B. Reipurth, E. Scott, J. Taylor, J. Willams, A. Boal, M. Brown, L. Chizmadia, A. Delsanti, B. Glazer, N. Haghipour, N. Schorghofer, E. Shkolnik, W. Zheng. (2005). University of Hawaii Lead Team: Evolution of Water. Biennial Meeting of the NASA Astrobiology Institute, Boulder, CO.

Joseph, S., Kim Binsted, Dan Suthers (2005). PhotoStudy: vocabulary learning and collaboration on fixed & mobile devices. IEEE International Workshop on Wireless and Mobile Technologies in Education, Tokushima, Japan.[58]

Boal, A., Kim Binsted, Mark Brown, Eric Gaidos (2005). Variations of the helical components of proteins from mesophilic, thermophilic, and halophilic microorganisms. American Chemical Society Meeting, Washington, DC.

Binsted, K., Nicholas Bradley, Marc Buie, Scott Ibara, Mary Kadooka, Derek Shirae (2005). The Lowell Telescope Scheduler: A system to provide non-professional access to large automatic telescopes. Internet and Multimedia Systems and Applications (IMSA), Honolulu, Hawaii. [4]

Binsted, K., Sam Joseph (2004). Recognizing features of evolved intelligence. Bioastronomy, Iceland.

Jorgensen, C., Kim Binsted (2004). Web Browser Control Using EMG Based Sub Vocal Speech Recognition. Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), Hawaii. [58]

Binsted, K., Graeme Ritchie, Alexandra Arkhipova (translator) (2004). Computational Rules for Punning Riddles. Moscow Linguistic Journal.

Bergen, B., Kim Binsted (2004). The cognitive linguistics of scalar humor. Language, Culture and Mind. M. Achard, Suzanne Kemmer, CLSI Publications. [26]

Binsted, K., Nielsen, F., and Pinhanez, C. (2003). "Method and apparatus for image projection, and apparatus controlling image projection." US Patent 6,554,431. [45]

Binsted, K., Nitin Nagar (2003). A framework for intelligent data gathering and 'triage' techniques in self maintaining ad hoc wireless sensor networks for a Martian environment. 2003 International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications (PDPTA), Las Vegas, Nevada.

Binsted, K., Ben Bergen, Justin McKay (2003). Pun and Non-Pun Humor in Second-Language Learning. Proceedings of the Workshop on Humor Modeling in the Interface, Computer-Human Interaction (CHI), Fort Lauderdale, Florida. [9]

Binsted, K., Jared Takazawa (2003). A hypothesis management system for interpreting SETI messages. International Astronautical Congress, Bremen, Germany.

Bergen, B., Kim Binsted (2002). The cognitive linguistics of scalar humor. Sixth Conference on Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language (CSDL), Houston, Texas.

Yotsukura, T., Shigeo Morishima, Franck Nielsen, Kim Binsted, Claudio Pinhanez (2002). HyperMask - projecting a talking head onto a real object. The Visual Computer. 18: 111-120. [26]

Yotsukura, T., Frank Nielsen, Kim Binsted, Nobuji Tetsutani, Ryouhei Nakatsu, Shigeo Morishima (2002). HyperMask: Reactive Talking Head for Storytelling. The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE D-II). J85-D-II(1): 36-45. [3]

Morishima, S., Tatsuo Yotsukura, Franck Nielsen, Kim Binsted, Claudio Pinhanez (2001). HyperMask - Projecting a virtual face onto a moving real object. Eurographics.

Morishima, S., Tatsuo Yotsukura, Frank Nielsen, Kim Binsted, Claudio S. Pinhanez (2001). HyperMask: Face image synthesis driven by natural voice and projected onto real objects. IASTED International Conference: Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing.

Binsted, K., Graeme Ritchie (2001). Towards a model of story puns. Humor 14(3): 275-292. [19]

Binsted, K. (2000). Emotional performance. Affective Minds. G. Hatano, N. Okada, H. Tanabe, Elsevier Science.

André, E., Kim Binsted, Kumiko Tanaka-Ishii, Sean Luke, G. Herzog, and T. Rist. (2000). Three RoboCup Simulation League Commentator Systems. AI Magazine. 21: 57-66.[55]

Morishima, S., Tatsuo Yotsukura, Kim Binsted, Frank Nielsen, Claudio Pinhanez (2000). HyperMask: Talking Head Projected onto Real Objects. Multimedia Modeling. [14]

Binsted, K., Shigeo Morishima, Frank Nielsen, Tatsuo Yotsukura (2000). HyperMask: Projection onto 3D moving surfaces (Grand Prize Award). NICOGRAPH.

Binsted, K., Takafumi Misawa, Shigeo Morishima, Frank Nielsen (2000). Danger Hamster 2000. SIGGRAPH, Emerging Technologies, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Binsted, K. (2000). Sufficiently advanced technology: using magic to control the world. In CHI'00 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 205-206). ACM. [12]

Binsted, K., Shigeo Morishima, Frank Nielsen, Claudio Pinhanez (1999). HyperMask: Virtual Reactive Faces for Storytelling. Emerging Technologies: The Millenium Motel, SIGGRAPH, Los Angeles, CA. [9]

Binsted, K., Nielsen, F., Morishima, S., & Misawa, T. (2000). Danger hamster 2000. In ACM SIGGRAPH Conference Abstracts and Applications. ACM, New York (p. 81). [6]

Binsted, K., Shigeo Morishima, Frank Nielsen, Claudio Pinhanez, Tatsuo Yotsukura (1999). HyperMask: Projection onto 3D moving surfaces. Interactive Experiences (Interact), Edinburgh, Scotland.

Nielsen, F., Kim Binsted, Claudio Pinhanez (1999). Projecting Computer Graphics on Moving Surfaces: A Simple Calibration and Tracking Method (technical sketch). SIGGRAPH, Los Angeles. [3]

Binsted, K., Sean Luke (1999). Character design for soccer commentary (winner of the RoboCup Scientific Challenge Award). Lecture Notes in Computer Science. M. Asada, Hiroaki Kitano, Springer-Verlag. 1604. [43]

Binsted, K. (1998). A talking head architecture for entertainment and experimentation. AAAI Fall Symposium, Emotional and Intelligent: The Tangled Knot of Cognition, Orlando, Florida. [6]

Binsted, K., Osamu Takizawa (1998). BOKE: A Japanese punning riddle generator. The Journal of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence. 13: 920-927. [16]

Binsted, K., Osamu Takizawa (1997). A model of Japanese puns and its implementation. Australian Cognitive Science Conference.

Binsted, K., & Takizawa, O. (1997). Computer generation of puns in Japanese. Sony Computer Science Lab, Communications Research Lab. [7]

Binsted, K., Helen Pain, Graeme Ritchie (1997). Children's evaluation of computer-generated punning riddles. Pragmatics and Cognition. 5: 305-354. [50]

Binsted, K., Graeme Ritchie (1997). Computational rules for punning riddles. Humor, Walter de Gruyter & Co. 10: 25-75. [92]

Binsted, K., Graeme Ritchie (1996). Speculations on story puns. International Workshop on Computational Humour (IWCH), Twente, the Netherlands. [6]

Binsted, K. (1996). Machine humour: An implemented model of puns (PhD thesis), University of Edinburgh. [105]

Binsted, K., Alison Cawsey, Ray Jones (1995). Personalised Explanations for Patient Education. European Workshop on Natural Language Generation, Leiden, the Netherlands. [37]

Binsted, K. (1995). Using humour to make natural language interfaces more friendly. Workshop on AI, ALife and Entertainment, International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), Montreal, Canada. [39]

Binsted, K., Alison Cawsey, Roy Jones (1995). Generating personalised patient information using the medical record. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer Verlag. 934.[57]

Cawsey, A., Kim Binsted, Ray Jones (1995). An On-Line Explanation of the Medical Record to Patients via an Artificial Intelligence Approach. Proceedings of Current Perspectives in Healthcare Computing. [8]

Binsted, K., & Ritchie, G. (1994). A symbolic description of punning riddles and its computer implementation. arXiv preprint cmp-lg/9406021. [6]

Binsted, K., Graeme Ritchie (1994). An implemented model of punning riddles. National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), Seattle, Washington.[58]

Cawsey, A., Kim Binsted, Ray Jones (1994). Personalised Hypertext Explanations for Patient Education. Human-Computer Interaction (HCI).

Binsted, K. (1993). Computer generation of linguistically definable riddles. Department of Artificial Intelligence, University of Edinburgh. [3]