BibSLEIGH corpus
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Used together with:
want (4)
know (4)
about (4)
but (4)
ask (4)

Stem were$ (all stems)

11 papers:

ICSTSAT-2014-BalyoFHB #set
Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Blocked Sets (But Were Afraid to Ask) (TB, AF, MH, AB), pp. 317–332.
Everything you always wanted to know about synchronization but were afraid to ask (TD, RG, VT), pp. 33–48.
PLDIPLDI-2012-BaconCS #configuration management #garbage collection #hardware #realtime
And then there were none: a stall-free real-time garbage collector for reconfigurable hardware (DFB, PC, SS), pp. 23–34.
Search as if you were in your home town: geographic search by regional context and dynamic feature-space selection (MPK, HO, SO, KT), pp. 1541–1544.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2009-PargasB #question #what
What were they thinking? (RPP, SPB), pp. 134–138.
Were the good old days all that good?: EDA then and now (SR, WHJJ, JAD, DG, POP, HDM, CH, JS), p. 543.
ITiCSEITiCSE-1998-MeadHBRBS #education #re-engineering
Everything you ever wanted to know about software engineering education, but were afraid to ask (panel) (NRM, TBH, DJB, MR, OB, FLVS), pp. 260–263.
HTHT-1997-Glazier #hypermedia #quote #web #word
“Our Words Were the Form We Entered”: A Model of World Wide Web Hypertext (LPG), pp. 24–28.
RERE-1993-LoucopoulosPMMLZ #object-oriented #requirements
I never knew my requirements were object-oriented until I talked to my analyst (PL, CP, SJM, JAM, L, LZ), pp. 226–230.
All You Ever Wanted to Know about Tweety (But Were Afraid to Ask) (GL), pp. 639–648.
SIGMODSIGMOD-1983-WilmsLS #distributed #execution #protocol #quote
“I wish I were over there”: Distributed Execution Protocols for Data Definition in R* (PFW, BGL, PGS), pp. 238–242.

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