### 10 papers:

- SANER-2015-Cleland-Huang #on the
- On whose shoulders? (Keynote) (JCH), p. 1.
- ECIR-2015-HienertHWK #analysis #named
- WHOSE — A Tool for Whole-Session Analysis in IIR (DH, WvH, AW, DK), pp. 172–183.
- ICSE-2012-ServantJ #automation #developer #fault #locality #named
- WhoseFault: Automatic developer-to-fault assignment through fault localization (FS, JAJ), pp. 36–46.
- CSCW-2011-AlsheikhRL #case study #design #distance
- (Whose) value-sensitive design: a study of long- distance relationships in an Arabic cultural context (TA, JAR, SEL), pp. 75–84.
- IDGD-2009-McCollough #case study #configuration management #quote
- “Whose Rule Is It Anyway?” — A Case Study in the Internationalization of User-Configurable Business Rules (MM), pp. 274–282.
- STOC-1994-VavasisY
- An accelerated interior point method whose running time depends only on A (extended abstract) (SAV, YY), pp. 512–521.
- CAV-1994-Kurshan #modelling
- Models Whose Checks Don’t Explode (RPK), pp. 222–233.
- CSCW-1992-DubsH #concept #distributed #question
- Distributed Facilitation: A Concept Whose Time Has Come? (SD, SCH), pp. 314–321.
- STOC-1984-AdlerM #algorithm #bound #polynomial
- A Simplex Algorithm Whose Average Number of Steps is Bounded between Two Quadratic Functions of the Smaller Dimension (IA, NM), pp. 312–323.
- STOC-1978-Wegener #complexity #polynomial
- Switching Functions Whose Monotone Complexity Is Nearly Quadratic (IW), pp. 143–149.