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Stem hype$ (all stems)

8 papers:

SIGMODSIGMOD-2015-ReABCJKR #database #machine learning #question
Machine Learning and Databases: The Sound of Things to Come or a Cacophony of Hype? (CR, DA, MB, MIC, MIJ, TK, RR), pp. 283–284.
QAPLQAPL-2014-Feng #distributed #hybrid #modelling #probability #using
Patch-based Hybrid Modelling of Spatially Distributed Systems by Using Stochastic HYPE — ZebraNet as an Example (CF0), pp. 64–77.
QAPLQAPL-2011-BortolussiGH #probability
HYPE with stochastic events (LB, VG, JH), pp. 120–133.
DACDAC-2008-ReyNKKAHCS #question
DFM in practice: hit or hype? (JCR, NSN, ABK, FK, RA, CH, LC, VS), pp. 898–899.
EDOCEDOC-2008-Czarski #enterprise #internet
More than Just an Internet Hype: Added Value with Spatial-Enabled Enterprise Applications (CC).
ICLPICLP-2008-Eiter #question
SMS and ASP: Hype or TST? (TE), pp. 77–82.
ICSEICSE-2003-PrecheltH #architecture #co-evolution #component #experience #scalability
The Co-Evolution of a Hype and a Software Architecture: Experience of Component-Producing Large-Scale EJB Early Adopters (LP, DJH), pp. 553–556.
HTHT-1987-Raskin #hypermedia
The Hype in Hypertext: A Critique (JR), pp. 325–330.

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