BibSLEIGH corpus
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Used together with:
can (3)
what (3)
doe (3)
data (2)
activ (2)

Stem hurt$ (all stems)

9 papers:

ICEISICEIS-v1-2015-Mocker #complexity #how
Complexity in the Digital Age — How can IT Help, not Hurt (MM), p. IX.
ICSEICSE-2014-WagstromD #development #scalability
Does latitude hurt while longitude kills? geographical and temporal separation in a large scale software development project (PW, SD), pp. 199–210.
CHICHI-2013-LeeH #consistency #online
Does slacktivism hurt activism?: the effects of moral balancing and consistency in online activism (YHL, GH), pp. 811–820.
CHICHI-2011-SauroL #design #question #usability
When designing usability questionnaires, does it hurt to be positive? (JS, JRL), pp. 2215–2224.
ICMLICML-2011-LiZ #towards
Towards Making Unlabeled Data Never Hurt (YFL, ZHZ), pp. 1081–1088.
ISSTAISSTA-2007-TzorefUY #automation #concurrent #debugging
Instrumenting where it hurts: an automatic concurrent debugging technique (RT, SU, EYT), pp. 27–38.
SPLCSPLC-2004-Krueger #product line #what
Product Line Binding Times: What You Don?t Know Can Hurt You (CWK), pp. 305–306.
DACDAC-2002-BrodersenHKKLK #design #question #what
Nanometer design: what hurts next...? (RWB, AMH, JK, DK, MAL, MK), p. 242.
KDDKDD-2001-PadmanabhanZK #personalisation #semistructured data #what
Personalization from incomplete data: what you don’t know can hurt (BP, Z(Z, SOK), pp. 154–163.

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