BibSLEIGH corpus
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new (3)
look (2)
current (2)
teach (2)

Stem trick$ (all stems)

14 papers:

ICMLICML-2015-ChenWTWC #network
Compressing Neural Networks with the Hashing Trick (WC, JTW, ST, KQW, YC), pp. 2285–2294.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2014-FerreiraM #algorithm #analysis #design #education #using
The magic of algorithm design and analysis: teaching algorithmic skills using magic card tricks (JFF, AM), pp. 75–80.
SIGIRSIGIR-2014-MuhleisenSLV #information retrieval #prototype
Old dogs are great at new tricks: column stores for ir prototyping (HM, TS, JL, APdV), pp. 863–866.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-Kantor #research
A new look at old tricks: the fertile roots of current research (PBK), p. 1183.
The Averaging Trick and the černý Conjecture (BS), pp. 1697–1706.
SIGIRSIGIR-2011-Kantor #research
A new look at old tricks: the fertile roots of current research (PBK), pp. 1297–1298.
The Averaging Trick and the Cerný Conjecture (BS), pp. 423–431.
Applications of a Splitting Trick (MD, MR), pp. 354–365.
KDDKDD-2005-WuCP #distance #kernel
Formulating distance functions via the kernel trick (GW, EYC, NP), pp. 703–709.
ICSEICSE-2003-EbertS #concept #product line
Tricks and Traps of Initiating a Product Line Concept in Existing Product (CE, MS), pp. 520–527.
Twenty dirty tricks to train software engineers (RD), pp. 209–218.
OSDIOSDI-1999-DouganMY #optimisation
Optimizing the Idle Task and Other MMU Tricks (CD, PM, VY), pp. 229–237.
CSEETSEI-1988-Bentley #education
Teaching the Tricks of the Trade (JLB), pp. 1–8.
CADECADE-1982-WinkerW #implementation
Procedure Implementation Through Demodulation and Related Tricks (SKW, LW), pp. 109–131.

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