## Stem everi$ (all stems)

### 38 papers:

- POPL-2015-Lee
- Coding by Everyone, Every Day (PL), p. 485.
- STOC-2014-RudraW
- Every list-decodable code for high noise has abundant near-optimal rate puncturings (AR, MW), pp. 764–773.
- HCI-TMT-2014-Merlin #implementation #interactive #paradigm #tool support
- IntNovate a Toolkit to Ease the Implementation of Every Interaction Paradigm on Every Device (BM), pp. 331–339.
- KDD-2014-Munro
- Bringing data science to the speakers of every language (RM), p. 1523.
- ITiCSE-2013-CrescenziEK #student #theory and practice
- From theory to practice: NP-completeness for every CS student (PC, EE, VK), pp. 16–21.
- STOC-2013-BhattacharyyaFHHL #invariant
- Every locally characterized affine-invariant property is testable (AB, EF, HH, PH, SL), pp. 429–436.
- ICEIS-v2-2013-HollingsworthP #student
- Seeding the Cloud with Students from Every Computer Science Undergraduate Program (JKH, DJP), pp. 513–518.
- KDIR-KMIS-2013-DimasKV #approach #sentiment #twitter
- Every Character Counts — A Character based Approach to Determine Political Sentiment on Twitter (AD, PCK, EMV), pp. 261–266.
- DATE-2012-YangLTW #modelling
- Almost every wire is removable: A modeling and solution for removing any circuit wire (XY, TKL, WCT, YLW), pp. 1573–1578.
- STOC-2011-NewmanS #graph
- Every property of hyperfinite graphs is testable (IN, CS), pp. 675–684.
- STOC-2011-Yoshida #algorithm #approximate #bound #csp
- Optimal constant-time approximation algorithms and (unconditional) inapproximability results for every bounded-degree CSP (YY), pp. 665–674.
- SAC-2011-GalvaoD #distance #permutation #symmetry
- Computing rearrangement distance of every permutation in the symmetric group (GRG, ZD), pp. 106–107.
- SIGMOD-2010-TaoYSPL #summary
- Logging every footstep: quantile summaries for the entire history (YT, KY, CS, JP, FL), pp. 639–650.
- ICFP-2010-VytiniotisK #functional
- Functional pearl: every bit counts (DV, AJK), pp. 15–26.
- CGO-2010-Newburn
- There are at least two sides to every heterogeneous system (CCJN), p. 120.
- WICSA-ECSA-2009-EmeryH #architecture #framework #using
- Every architecture description needs a framework: Expressing architecture frameworks using ISO/IEC 42010 (DEE, RH), pp. 31–40.
- CSEET-2009-ThompsonE #approach #industrial #scalability #student
- A Scalable Approach to Graduate Student Projects: Hundreds with Industry Every Year (JBT, HME), pp. 158–161.
- STOC-2009-ChalopinG #graph
- Every planar graph is the intersection graph of segments in the plane: extended abstract (JC, DG), pp. 631–638.
- STOC-2008-BenjaminiSS #graph
- Every minor-closed property of sparse graphs is testable (IB, OS, AS), pp. 393–402.
- STOC-2008-Raghavendra #algorithm #csp #question
- Optimal algorithms and inapproximability results for every CSP? (PR), pp. 245–254.
- RE-2007-KousikV #development #requirements
- Total Requirements Control at Every Stage of Product Development (SRK, RV), pp. 337–342.
- DocEng-2006-Moore #documentation
- Every page is different: a new document type for commercial printing (KM), p. 2.
- CSEET-2006-GrunbacherSBIKP #approach #education #re-engineering #student
- Making Every Student a Winner: The WinWin Approach in Software Engineering Education (PG, NS, ROB, HPI, HK, DP), pp. 201–208.
- STOC-2006-Impagliazzo #algorithm #question #random
- Can every randomized algorithm be derandomized? (RI), pp. 373–374.
- STOC-2005-AlonS #graph
- Every monotone graph property is testable (NA, AS), pp. 128–137.
- STOC-2005-BenjaminiSW
- Balanced boolean functions that can be evaluated so that every input bit is unlikely to be read (IB, OS, DBW), pp. 244–250.
- STOC-2005-Hastad #approximate
- Every 2-CSP allows nontrivial approximation (JH), pp. 740–746.
- KDD-2002-WuF #performance #scalability
- Making every bit count: fast nonlinear axis scaling (LW, CF), pp. 664–669.
- PLDI-1999-StichnothLC #compilation #garbage collection #java
- Support for Garbage Collection at Every Instruction in a Java Compiler (JMS, GYL, MC), pp. 118–127.
- TLCA-1999-David
- Every Unsolvable λ Term has a Decoration (RD), pp. 98–113.
- STOC-1996-AwerbuchAFL #how #nondeterminism
- Making Commitments in the Face of Uncertainty: How to Pick a Winner Almost Every Time (Extended Abstract) (BA, YA, AF, FTL), pp. 519–530.
- SAC-1996-GabrielliGM #design #fuzzy #process
- VLSI design of a fuzzy chip that processes 2-4 inputs every 160-320 ns whichever is the fuzzy system (AG, EG, MM), pp. 590–594.
- SIGMOD-1995-Golding #replication
- Things Every Update Replication Customer Should Know (RG), pp. 439–440.
- ICML-1995-RaoGS #question
- For Every Generalization Action, Is There Really an Equal and Opposite Reaction? (RBR, DFG, WMS), pp. 471–479.
- FSE-1993-Votta #question
- Does Every Inspection Need a Meeting? (LGV), pp. 107–114.
- PODS-1989-Przymusinski #fixpoint #logic programming
- Every Logic Program Has a Natural Stratification And an Iterated Least Fixed Point Model (TCP), pp. 11–21.
- ICALP-1985-Kortelainen #commutative #regular expression
- Every Commutative Quasirational Language is Regular (JK), pp. 348–355.
- STOC-1984-KahnS #comparison
- Every Poset Has a Good Comparison (JK, MES), pp. 299–301.