1968 | | | **An Information Measure for Classification** - *C. S. Wallace and D. M. Boulton* |

| | | **The Handbook of Artificial Intelligence** - *P. R. Cohen and E. A. Feigenbaum* |

1969 | | | **A Study of Grammatical Inference** - *J. J. Horning* |

| | | **Perceptrons** - *M. Minsky and S. Papert* |

| | | **Learning in Pattern Recognition** - *T. M. Cover* |

| | | **Grammatical complexity and inference** - *J. A. Feldman and S. Reder* |

1970 | | | **A note on inductive generalization** - *G. D. Plotkin* |

| | | **On decoding automata in the absence of an upper bound on the number of states** - *J. M. Barzdin* |

| | | **The Inferential Use of Predictive Distributions** - *S. Geisser* |

1971 | | | **Review of "Limiting recursion" by E.M. Gold and "Trial and error predicates and the solution to a problem of Mostowski" by H. Putnam** - *N. Shapiro* |

| | | **Prognostication of automata and functions** - *J. M. Barzdin* |

| | | **Universal Goal Seekers** - *E. M. Gold* |

| | | **Automatic Methods of Inductive Inference** - *G. D. Plotkin* |

| | | **On the uniform convergence of relative frequencies of events to their probabilities** - *V. N. Vapnik and A. Y. Chervonenkis* |

| | | **An Introduction to Probability and its Applications** - *W. Feller* |

| | | **A further note on inductive generalization** - *G. D. Plotkin* |

1972 | | | **On the prediction of general recursive functions** - *J. M. Barzdin and R. V. Freivald* |

| | | **Program size in restricted programming languages** - *A. Meyer* |

| | | **System Identification Via State Characterization** - *E. M. Gold* |

| | | **On the Synthesis of Finite-State Machines from Samples of Their Behavior** - *A. W. Biermann and J. Feldman* |

| | | **Algorithmische Erkennung** - *Rolf Lindner* |

| | | **On the inference of Turing machines from sample computations** - *A. W. Biermann* |

| | | **A survey of results in grammatical inference** - *A. W. Biermann and J. A. Feldman* |

| | | **Some Decidability results on Grammatical Inference and Complexity** - *J. Feldman* |

| | | **An effective model for grammar inference** - *S. Crespi-Reghizzi* |