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XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
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Travelled to:
1 × China
1 × Russia
2 × France
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
S.B.K.Vrudhula T.Wahls X.Ding T.Lu N.Gu Z.Jiang M.Seok S.Ganguly M.Kaul C.Long R.C.Wong X.Chen C.Wang W.Gao J.Zhou Y.Chen Y.Zhang J.Zhao H.Xia
Talks about:
power (4) terrain (2) circuit (2) optim (2) onlin (2) china (2) data (2) infrastructur (1) unsupervis (1) javascript (1)

Person: Qi Wang


Contributed to:

DAC 20152015
SEFM 20142014
VLDB 20142014
ESEC/FSE 20132013
CHI 20122012
CSCW 20122012
ICPR v1 20062006
DATE 19981998
DAC 19971997

Wrote 9 papers:

DAC-2015-JiangWS #clustering #power management #sorting
A low power unsupervised spike sorting accelerator insensitive to clustering initialization in sub-optimal feature space (ZJ, QW, MS), p. 6.
SEFM-2014-WangW #database
Translating Event-B Machines to Database Applications (QW, TW), pp. 265–270.
VLDB-2014-WangKLW #multi #named
Terrain-Toolkit: A Multi-Functional Tool for Terrain Data (QW, MK, CL, RCWW), pp. 1645–1648.
ESEC-FSE-2013-WangZCZZ #javascript #program analysis
Extracting URLs from JavaScript via program analysis (QW, JZ, YC, YZ, JZ), pp. 627–630.
CHI-2012-WangDLG #online
Digitality and materiality of new media: online TV watching in china (QW, XD, TL, NG), pp. 347–356.
CSCW-2012-WangDLXG #case study #empirical #experience #framework #game studies #online #platform
Infrastructural experiences: an empirical study of an online arcade game platform in China (QW, XD, TL, HX, NG), pp. 583–592.
ICPR-v1-2006-WangCWG #invariant #recognition #verification
A Verification Method for Viewpoint Invariant Sign Language Recognition (QW, XC, CW, WG), pp. 456–459.
DATE-1998-WangV #data-driven #optimisation
Data Driven Power Optimization of Sequential Circuits (QW, SBKV), pp. 686–691.
DAC-1997-WangVG #trade-off
An Investigation of Power Delay Trade-Offs on PowerPC Circuits (QW, SBKV, SG), pp. 425–428.

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