BibSLEIGH corpus
BibSLEIGH tags
BibSLEIGH bundles
BibSLEIGH people
Open Knowledge
XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
email twitter
Used together with:
data (5)
turk (3)
mechan (3)
cloud (3)
com (3)

Stem amazon$ (all stems)

16 papers:

Amazon Redshift and the Case for Simpler Data Warehouses (AG, DA, DT, JK, RP, SS, VS), pp. 1917–1923.
CHICHI-2015-MitraHG #quality
Comparing Person- and Process-centric Strategies for Obtaining Quality Data on Amazon Mechanical Turk (TM, CJH, EG), pp. 1345–1354.
HPDCHPDC-2014-MaratheHLSRS #effectiveness #execution
Exploiting redundancy for cost-effective, time-constrained execution of HPC applications on amazon EC2 (AM, RH, DKL, BRdS, BR, MS), pp. 279–290.
CHICHI-2013-IraniS #named
Turkopticon: interrupting worker invisibility in amazon mechanical turk (LI, MSS), pp. 611–620.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2012-Sivasubramanian #database #scalability
Amazon dynamoDB: a seamlessly scalable non-relational database service (SS), pp. 729–730.
CHICHI-2012-AntinS #bias #case study #motivation #self #social
Social desirability bias and self-reports of motivation: a study of amazon mechanical turk in the US and India (JA, ADS), pp. 2925–2934.
CIKMCIKM-2012-Aranda-AndujarBCCGKM #named #repository #web
AMADA: web data repositories in the amazon cloud (AAA, FB, JCR, DC, FG, ZK, IM), pp. 2749–2751.
SACSAC-2012-BalduzziZBKL #analysis #security
A security analysis of amazon’s elastic compute cloud service (MB, JZ, DB, EK, SL), pp. 1427–1434.
SACSAC-2011-Liu #agile #configuration management #using
Rapid application configuration in Amazon cloud using configurable virtual appliances (HL), pp. 147–154.
HPDCHPDC-2010-TurcuFN #performance
Reshaping text data for efficient processing on Amazon EC2 (GT, ITF, SN), pp. 435–444.
VLDBVLDB-2007-Vogels #data access #framework
Data Access Patterns in The Technology Platform (WV), p. 1.
RecSysRecSys-2007-LeinoR #recommendation
Case amazon: ratings and reviews as part of recommendations (JL, KJR), pp. 137–140.
SOSPSOSP-2007-DeCandiaHJKLPSVV #named
Dynamo: amazon’s highly available key-value store (GD, DH, MJ, GK, AL, AP, SS, PV, WV), pp. 205–220.
KDDKDD-2003-Weigend #behaviour
Analyzing customer behavior at (ASW), p. 5.
Rethinking the Strategy of (MSHH), pp. 915–921.
SEKESEKE-2002-BaresiDMP #debugging
Assertions to better specify the amazon bug (LB, GD, LM, PP), pp. 585–592.

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