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Open Knowledge
XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
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Used together with:
process (2)
estim (2)
model (2)
public (1)
map (1)

Stem relief$ (all stems)

9 papers:

CHICHI-2015-WillettJID #interactive #lightweight
Lightweight Relief Shearing for Enhanced Terrain Perception on Interactive Maps (WW, BJ, TI, PD), pp. 3563–3572.
CSCWCSCW-2012-GogginsMM #coordination #network #online
Relief work after the 2010 Haiti earthquake: leadership in an online resource coordination network (SPG, CMM, SM), pp. 57–66.
SACSAC-2007-JinLSB #automation #categorisation #naive bayes #web
Automatic web pages categorization with ReliefF and Hidden Naive Bayes (XJ, RL, XS, RB), pp. 617–621.
Iterative RELIEF for feature weighting (YS, JL), pp. 913–920.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2004-PalkovitsRW #modelling #process
Process Modelling — Burden or Relief? Living Process Modelling Within a Public Organisation (SP, TR, MW), pp. 94–102.
Comprehensible Interpretation of Relief’s Estimates (MRS, IK), pp. 433–440.
SIGIRSIGIR-1998-OunisP #named
RELIEF: Combining Expressiveness and Rapidity into a Single System (IO, MP), pp. 266–274.
ICMLICML-1997-Robnik-SikonjaK #adaptation #estimation
An adaptation of Relief for attribute estimation in regression (MRS, IK), pp. 296–304.
Acupressure for Eyestrain Relief in VDT Operators (YH, TO, ), pp. 774–779.

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