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Used together with:
detail (4)
tabl (2)
type (2)
hardwar (2)
web (2)

Stem devil$ (all stems)

9 papers:

PPDPPPDP-2015-Fruhwirth #recursion #termination
A devil’s advocate against termination of direct recursion (TWF), pp. 103–113.
ICSEICSE-v1-2015-PradelSS #analysis #consistency #javascript #named #nondeterminism
TypeDevil: Dynamic Type Inconsistency Analysis for JavaScript (MP, PS, KS), pp. 314–324.
ICDARICDAR-2013-MauroEF #web
Finding Critical Cells in Web Tables with SRL: Trying to Uncover the Devil’s Tease (NDM, FE, SF), pp. 882–886.
Data Extraction from Web Tables: The Devil is in the Details (GN, SCS, DJ, DWE, SM, MSK), pp. 242–246.
FSEFSE-2006-FilhoCFMGR #aspect-oriented #exception
Exceptions and aspects: the devil is in the details (FCF, NC, EF, RM, AG, CMFR), pp. 152–162.
RERE-2004-VinsenJC #case study #estimation
Use Case Estimation — The Devil is in the Detail (KV, DJ, GC), pp. 10–15.
Abstraction — is it teachable? “The devil is in the detail”, p. 32.
LCTESLCTES-OM-2001-MerillonM #embedded #framework #hardware
Dealing with Hardware in Embedded Software: A General Framework Based on the Devil Language (FM, GM), pp. 121–127.
OSDIOSDI-2000-MerillonRCMM #hardware #named #programming
Devil: An IDL for Hardware Programming (FM, LR, CC, RM, GM), pp. 17–30.

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