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POPLPOPL-2020-BarbarossaM
Taylor subsumes Scott, Berry, Kahn and Plotkin (DB, GM), p. 23.
POPLPOPL-2020-BiernackiPPS
Binders by day, labels by night: effect instances via lexically scoped handlers (DB, MP, PP, FS), p. 29.
POPLPOPL-2020-DaraisSLH
A language for probabilistically oblivious computation (DD, IS, CL0, MH0), p. 31.
POPLPOPL-2020-SamakKR
Synthesizing replacement classes (MS, DK, MCR), p. 33.
POPLPOPL-2020-ThiemannV
Label-dependent session types (PT0, VTV), p. 29.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2020-ChoiUKJE
Fair Write Attribution and Allocation for Consolidated Flash Cache (WC, BU, MTK, MJ, DE), pp. 1063–1076.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2020-DenbyL
Orbital Edge Computing: Nanosatellite Constellations as a New Class of Computer System (BD, BL), pp. 939–954.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2020-LeijaSSWRND
Reproducible Containers (OSNL, KS, RGS, BW, NR, RRN, JD), pp. 167–182.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2020-MansiS
∅sim: Preparing System Software for a World with Terabyte-scale Memories (MM, MMS), pp. 267–282.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2020-QiuJ0
Challenging Sequential Bitstream Processing via Principled Bitwise Speculation (JQ, LJ, ZZ0), pp. 607–621.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2020-SakalkarKLLRBRK
Data Center Power Oversubscription with a Medium Voltage Power Plane and Priority-Aware Capping (VS, VK, DL, SL, DDR, TB, AR, JK, CM, JC, PR), pp. 497–511.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2020-WilliamsJH
Forget Failure: Exploiting SRAM Data Remanence for Low-overhead Intermittent Computation (HW, XJ, MH), pp. 69–84.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2020-YehGR
Dimensionality-Aware Redundant SIMT Instruction Elimination (TTY, RNG, TGR), pp. 1327–1340.
CCCC-2020-RochaPPG0CL
Vectorization-aware loop unrolling with seed forwarding (RCOR, VP, PP, LFWG, ZW0, MC, HL), pp. 1–13.
CGOCGO-2020-EidtG
SIMD support in .NET: abstract and concrete vector types and operations (CE, TG), pp. 229–241.
CSLCSL-2020-ChenF
FO-Definability of Shrub-Depth (YC, JF), p. 16.
CSLCSL-2020-Gradel0
Guarded Teams: The Horizontally Guarded Case (EG, MO0), p. 17.
CSLCSL-2020-GuerrieriPF
Glueability of Resource Proof-Structures: Inverting the Taylor Expansion (GG, LP, LTdF), p. 18.
ICSAICSA-2019-AvgeriouRZ
Message from the General Chair and PC Chairs of ICSA 2019 (PA, MR, UZ), p. ix-x.
EDMEDM-2019-PandeyK
A Self Attentive model for Knowledge Tracing (SP, GK).
EDMEDM-2019-SyedCAAC
Implicit and Explicit Emotions in MOOCs (MS, MC, SA, GAA, NVC).
EDMEDM-2019-WangMG
Deep Hierarchical Knowledge Tracing (TW, FM, JG0).
ICPCICPC-2019-BinkleyDLM
To CamelCase or under_score (DWB, MD, DJL, CM), p. 177.
ICPCICPC-2019-WieseRKA
Replicating novices' struggles with coding style (ESW, ANR, DMK, JMA), pp. 13–18.
ICSMEICSME-2019-AlhamedS
Estimating Software Task Effort in Crowds (MA, TS), pp. 281–285.
ICSMEICSME-2019-AnquetilEAD
Decomposing God Classes at Siemens (NA, AE, GA, SD), pp. 169–180.
ICSMEICSME-2019-SrisophaPLB
Same App, Different Countries: A Preliminary User Reviews Study on Most Downloaded iOS Apps (KS, CP, KL, BWB), pp. 76–80.
MSRMSR-2019-KottiS
Standing on shoulders or feet?: the usage of the MSR data papers (ZK, DS), pp. 565–576.
MSRMSR-2019-Soto-ValeroBHBB
The emergence of software diversity in maven central (CSV, AB, NH, OB, BB), pp. 333–343.
SANERSANER-2019-HuWL0XH
Want to Earn a Few Extra Bucks? A First Look at Money-Making Apps (YH, HW, LL0, YG0, GX, RH), pp. 332–343.
SANERSANER-2019-WangLSX
Message from the General Chair, Program Co-Chairs, and Local Chair (XW0, DL0, ES, XX0), p. iii-iv.
CIAACIAA-2019-BaruchKS
New Approaches for Context Sensitive Flash Codes (GB, STK, DS), pp. 45–57.
CIAACIAA-2019-BaskarRS
Dolev-Yao Theory with Associative Blindpair Operators (AB, RR, SPS), pp. 58–69.
DLTDLT-2019-CheonHKS
The Relative Edit-Distance Between Two Input-Driven Languages (HC, YSH, SKK, KS), pp. 127–139.
DLTDLT-2019-IostiK
Eventually Safe Languages (SI, DK), pp. 192–205.
DLTDLT-2019-Massazza
Hole-Free Partially Directed Animals (PM), pp. 221–233.
FMFM-2019-AielloDRHH
Practical Application of SPARK to OpenUxAS (MAA, CD, PR, LH, JH), pp. 751–761.
FSCDFSCD-2019-AhrensFMW
Bicategories in Univalent Foundations (BA, DF, MM, NvdW), p. 17.
FSCDFSCD-2019-Winkler
Extending Maximal Completion (Invited Talk) (SW), p. 15.
SEFMSEFM-2019-AcetoAFIL
An Operational Guide to Monitorability (LA, AA, AF, AI, KL), pp. 433–453.
SEFMSEFM-2019-FosterBTND
Incorporating Data into EFSM Inference (MF0, ADB, RGT, SN, JD), pp. 257–272.
ICFP-2019-BottuXMS
Coherence of type class resolution (GJB, NX, KM, TS), p. 28.
ICFP-2019-MokhovLMD
Selective applicative functors (AM, GL, SM, JD), p. 29.
ICFP-2019-Paraskevopoulou
Closure conversion is safe for space (ZP, AWA), p. 29.
AIIDEAIIDE-2019-PachecoM
Alignment of Player and Non-Player Character Assertiveness Levels (ACP, CM), pp. 181–187.
AIIDEAIIDE-2019-ShirvaniW
A Plan-Based Personality Model for Story Characters (AS, SGW), pp. 188–194.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2019-AltmeyerLSHK
Germ Destroyer - A Gamified System to Increase the Hand Washing Duration in Shared Bathrooms (MA, PL, MS, VH, AK), pp. 509–519.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2019-Hofmann
Minecraft as AI Playground and Laboratory (KH), p. 1.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2019-RzayevMKH
Notification in VR: The Effect of Notification Placement, Task and Environment (RR, SM, CK, NH), pp. 199–211.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2019-ScholtenHDDWZ
Ethereum Crypto-Games: Mechanics, Prevalence, and Gambling Similarities (OJS, NGJH, SD, AD, JAW, DZ), pp. 379–389.
CoGCoG-2019-AshlockKS
Prisoner's Dilemma Agents with Phenotypic Plasticity (DA, EYK, AS), pp. 1–8.
CoGCoG-2019-AshlockS
The Riddle of Togelby (DA, CS), pp. 1–8.
CoGCoG-2019-CatarinoM
Procedural Progression Model for Smash Time (JC, CM), pp. 1–8.
CoGCoG-2019-GainaLP
Project Thyia: A Forever Gameplayer (RDG, SML, DPL), pp. 1–8.
CoGCoG-2019-Goodman
Re-determinizing MCTS in Hanabi (JG), pp. 1–8.
CoGCoG-2019-StegerenT
Remixing Headlines for Context-Appropriate Flavor Text (JvS, MT), pp. 1–2.
CoGCoG-2019-Uiterwijk
Solving Strong and Weak 4-in-a-Row (JWHMU), pp. 1–8.
DiGRADiGRA-2019-Kenton
Romance Never Changes? Or Does It?: Fallout, Queerness, and Mods (THK).
DiGRADiGRA-2019-Marlowe
A TRU Proposal to the Ladies, through #selfcare, Mary Astell, and Xenofeminism (TM).
DiGRADiGRA-2019-Myerscough
The Path That Lies Ahead: Intimacy Through Overwhelmedness in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (KDM).
DiGRADiGRA-2019-Oliva
Taiko no Tatsujin: Musical literacy in the Media Mix (CO).
DiGRADiGRA-2019-Paquet
Dawn of Machinic Cyclicality: Life as We Don't Know (AP).
DiGRADiGRA-2019-WillumsenJ
A Typology of Rumble (ECW, MJ).
DiGRADiGRA-2019-Wright
Beyond Procedurality: Situating The Witness in the Proceduralism Debate (RCW).
FDGFDG-2019-AndersonKW
The psychological reality of procedural rhetoric (BRA, CRK, NWF), p. 9.
FDGFDG-2019-BorodinaAB
You have my sword; and my bow; and my axe: player perceptions of odd shaped dice for dungeons & dragons (KB, HA, JAB), p. 6.
FDGFDG-2019-El-Nasr
Academics without borders (MSEN), p. 6.
FDGFDG-2019-MillerDMJ
Stories of the town: balancing character autonomy and coherent narrative in procedurally generated worlds (CM, MD, CM, AJ), p. 9.
FDGFDG-2019-OliveiraS
A model for socially intelligent merchants (MO, PAS), p. 8.
FDGFDG-2019-SjolieB
Mind tricks for presence (DS, SB), p. 7.
FDGFDG-2019-Zaidan
The adventures of Ms. Meta: chapter one demo (SZ), p. 3.
CoGVS-Games-2019-RizvicBBPSC
Actors in VR storytelling (SR, DB, FB, BDP, SS, MC), pp. 1–8.
CIKMCIKM-2019-0001JZZLY
CIKM 2019 Workshop on Artificial Intelligence in Transportation (AI in transportation) (WZ0, HJ, LZ, HZ, ZJL, JY), pp. 2995–2996.
CIKMCIKM-2019-0001LKW
BigScholar 2019: The 6th Workshop on Big Scholarly Data (FX0, HL, IK, KW), pp. 3003–3004.
CIKMCIKM-2019-CalzavaraLT
Adversarial Training of Gradient-Boosted Decision Trees (SC, CL, GT), pp. 2429–2432.
CIKMCIKM-2019-Gurajada0QS
Learning-Based Methods with Human-in-the-Loop for Entity Resolution (SG, LP0, KQ0, PS), pp. 2969–2970.
CIKMCIKM-2019-HamdiBA
Tensor Decomposition-based Node Embedding (SMH, SFB, RAA), pp. 2105–2108.
CIKMCIKM-2019-NieHHSCZWK
Deep Sequence-to-Sequence Entity Matching for Heterogeneous Entity Resolution (HN, XH, BH, LS, BC, WZ, SW, HK), pp. 629–638.
CIKMCIKM-2019-Pei
Practicing the Art of Data Science (JP), p. 7.
CIKMCIKM-2019-QuYQZCCI
Attentive History Selection for Conversational Question Answering (CQ, LY0, MQ, YZ, CC, WBC, MI), pp. 1391–1400.
CIKMCIKM-2019-Tang
Deep Colorization by Variation (ZT), pp. 2201–2204.
CIKMCIKM-2019-ZhengWWW
A Latent-Constrained Variational Neural Dialogue Model for Information-Rich Responses (YZ, YW, LW, JW), pp. 1351–1360.
ECIRECIR-p1-2019-PandeyWRC
Vectors of Pairwise Item Preferences (GP0, SW, ZR, YC), pp. 323–336.
ECIRECIR-p1-2019-YatesU
Replicating Relevance-Ranked Synonym Discovery in a New Language and Domain (AY, MU), pp. 429–442.
ECIRECIR-p2-2019-FerroFMSS
CENTRE@CLEF 2019 (NF0, NF, MM, TS, IS), pp. 283–290.
ECIRECIR-p2-2019-GuptaGSG
Fully Contextualized Biomedical NER (AG, PG, SS, MG), pp. 117–124.
ECIRECIR-p2-2019-JorgeCJB
The 2nd International Workshop on Narrative Extraction from Text: Text2Story 2019 (AMJ, RC0, AJ, SB), pp. 389–393.
ICMLICML-2019-AbbatiWO0SB
AReS and MaRS Adversarial and MMD-Minimizing Regression for SDEs (GA, PW, MAO, AK0, BS, SB), pp. 1–10.
ICMLICML-2019-AcharyaCT
Communication-Constrained Inference and the Role of Shared Randomness (JA, CLC, HT), pp. 30–39.
ICMLICML-2019-AdigaKMRV
PAC Learnability of Node Functions in Networked Dynamical Systems (AA, CJK, MM, SSR, AV), pp. 82–91.
ICMLICML-2019-BalcanKT
Provable Guarantees for Gradient-Based Meta-Learning (MFB, MK, AT), pp. 424–433.
ICMLICML-2019-BianB0
Optimal Continuous DR-Submodular Maximization and Applications to Provable Mean Field Inference (YAB, JMB, AK0), pp. 644–653.
ICMLICML-2019-BraunPTW
Blended Conditonal Gradients (GB, SP, DT, SW), pp. 735–743.
ICMLICML-2019-BregereGGS
Target Tracking for Contextual Bandits: Application to Demand Side Management (MB, PG, YG, GS), pp. 754–763.
ICMLICML-2019-BridgesGFVH
Active Manifolds: A non-linear analogue to Active Subspaces (RAB, ADG, CF, MEV, CH), pp. 764–772.
ICMLICML-2019-BrownLGS
Deep Counterfactual Regret Minimization (NB, AL, SG, TS), pp. 793–802.
ICMLICML-2019-CanalMDR
Active Embedding Search via Noisy Paired Comparisons (GC, AKM, MAD, CJR), pp. 902–911.
ICMLICML-2019-ChenDS
Particle Flow Bayes' Rule (XC, HD, LS), pp. 1022–1031.
ICMLICML-2019-ChoiTGWE
Neural Joint Source-Channel Coding (KC, KT, AG, TW, SE), pp. 1182–1192.
ICMLICML-2019-CollobertHS
A fully differentiable beam search decoder (RC, AH, GS), pp. 1341–1350.
ICMLICML-2019-Correa0B
Adjustment Criteria for Generalizing Experimental Findings (JDC, JT0, EB), pp. 1361–1369.
ICMLICML-2019-CrankoMNOSW
Monge blunts Bayes: Hardness Results for Adversarial Training (ZC, AKM, RN, CSO, ZS, CJW), pp. 1406–1415.
ICMLICML-2019-Cutkosky
Anytime Online-to-Batch, Optimism and Acceleration (AC), pp. 1446–1454.
ICMLICML-2019-DuL
Incorporating Grouping Information into Bayesian Decision Tree Ensembles (JD, ARL), pp. 1686–1695.
ICMLICML-2019-FarinaKS
Regret Circuits: Composability of Regret Minimizers (GF, CK, TS), pp. 1863–1872.
ICMLICML-2019-GaneaGBS
Breaking the Softmax Bottleneck via Learnable Monotonic Pointwise Non-linearities (OG, SG, GB, AS), pp. 2073–2082.
ICMLICML-2019-GaoPH
Demystifying Dropout (HG, JP, HH), pp. 2112–2121.
ICMLICML-2019-GazagnadouGS
Optimal Mini-Batch and Step Sizes for SAGA (NG, RMG, JS), pp. 2142–2150.
ICMLICML-2019-GuezMGKRWRSOEWS
An Investigation of Model-Free Planning (AG, MM, KG, RK, SR, TW, DR, AS, LO, TE, GW, DS, TPL), pp. 2464–2473.
ICMLICML-2019-HalperinEH
Neural Separation of Observed and Unobserved Distributions (TH, AE, YH), pp. 2566–2575.
ICMLICML-2019-HarutyunyanVHNP
Per-Decision Option Discounting (AH, PV, PH, AN, DP), pp. 2644–2652.
ICMLICML-2019-HuangSDLC
Hierarchical Importance Weighted Autoencoders (CWH, KS, ED, AL, ACC), pp. 2869–2878.
ICMLICML-2019-JeongS
Training CNNs with Selective Allocation of Channels (JJ, JS), pp. 3080–3090.
ICMLICML-2019-JinnaiAHLK
Finding Options that Minimize Planning Time (YJ, DA, DEH, MLL, GDK), pp. 3120–3129.
ICMLICML-2019-JinnaiPAK
Discovering Options for Exploration by Minimizing Cover Time (YJ, JWP, DA, GDK), pp. 3130–3139.
ICMLICML-2019-Kallus
Classifying Treatment Responders Under Causal Effect Monotonicity (NK), pp. 3201–3210.
ICMLICML-2019-Kusner0LS
Making Decisions that Reduce Discriminatory Impacts (MJK, CR0, JRL, RS), pp. 3591–3600.
ICMLICML-2019-Lamprier
A Recurrent Neural Cascade-based Model for Continuous-Time Diffusion (SL), pp. 3632–3641.
ICMLICML-2019-LichtenbergS
Regularization in directable environments with application to Tetris (JML, ÖS), pp. 3953–3962.
ICMLICML-2019-LiKBS
Area Attention (YL0, LK, SB, SS), pp. 3846–3855.
ICMLICML-2019-LiuFY
Acceleration of SVRG and Katyusha X by Inexact Preconditioning (YL0, FF, WY), pp. 4003–4012.
ICMLICML-2019-LondonS
Bayesian Counterfactual Risk Minimization (BL, TS), pp. 4125–4133.
ICMLICML-2019-LuMT0
Neurally-Guided Structure Inference (SL, JM, JBT, JW0), pp. 4144–4153.
ICMLICML-2019-MaiJ
Curvature-Exploiting Acceleration of Elastic Net Computations (VVM, MJ0), pp. 4294–4303.
ICMLICML-2019-MathiasenLG
Optimal Minimal Margin Maximization with Boosting (AM, KGL, AG), pp. 4392–4401.
ICMLICML-2019-MathieuRST
Disentangling Disentanglement in Variational Autoencoders (EM, TR, NS0, YWT), pp. 4402–4412.
ICMLICML-2019-MeiQE
Imputing Missing Events in Continuous-Time Event Streams (HM, GQ, JE), pp. 4475–4485.
ICMLICML-2019-MemoliSW
The Wasserstein Transform (FM, ZTS, ZW), pp. 4496–4504.
ICMLICML-2019-MuehlebachJ
A Dynamical Systems Perspective on Nesterov Acceleration (MM, MIJ), pp. 4656–4662.
ICMLICML-2019-Nagaraj0N
SGD without Replacement: Sharper Rates for General Smooth Convex Functions (DN, PJ0, PN), pp. 4703–4711.
ICMLICML-2019-NalisnickHS
Dropout as a Structured Shrinkage Prior (ETN, JMHL, PS), pp. 4712–4722.
ICMLICML-2019-OchsM
Model Function Based Conditional Gradient Method with Armijo-like Line Search (PO, YM), pp. 4891–4900.
ICMLICML-2019-OsamaZS
Inferring Heterogeneous Causal Effects in Presence of Spatial Confounding (MO, DZ, TBS), pp. 4942–4950.
ICMLICML-2019-Parizi0ASF
Generalized Majorization-Minimization (SNP, KH0, RA, SS, PFF), pp. 5022–5031.
ICMLICML-2019-ParkKK
Variational Laplace Autoencoders (YSP, CDK, GK), pp. 5032–5041.
ICMLICML-2019-PiergiovanniR
Temporal Gaussian Mixture Layer for Videos (AJP, MSR), pp. 5152–5161.
ICMLICML-2019-QianQR
SAGA with Arbitrary Sampling (XQ, ZQ, PR), pp. 5190–5199.
ICMLICML-2019-RaeBL
Meta-Learning Neural Bloom Filters (JWR, SB, TPL), pp. 5271–5280.
ICMLICML-2019-RakotomamonjyGS
Screening rules for Lasso with non-convex Sparse Regularizers (AR, GG, JS), pp. 5341–5350.
ICMLICML-2019-Romoff0TOPB
Separable value functions across time-scales (JR, PH0, AT, YO, JP, EB), pp. 5468–5477.
ICMLICML-2019-RotskoffJBV
Neuron birth-death dynamics accelerates gradient descent and converges asymptotically (GMR, SJ, JB, EVE), pp. 5508–5517.
ICMLICML-2019-RuizT
A Contrastive Divergence for Combining Variational Inference and MCMC (FJRR, MKT), pp. 5537–5545.
ICMLICML-2019-RyuLWCWY
Plug-and-Play Methods Provably Converge with Properly Trained Denoisers (EKR, JL0, SW, XC, ZW, WY), pp. 5546–5557.
ICMLICML-2019-SeshadriPU
Discovering Context Effects from Raw Choice Data (AS, AP, JU), pp. 5660–5669.
ICMLICML-2019-SoLL
The Evolved Transformer (DRS, QVL, CL), pp. 5877–5886.
ICMLICML-2019-SongDKF
Distribution calibration for regression (HS, TD, MK, PAF), pp. 5897–5906.
ICMLICML-2019-TanP
Hierarchical Decompositional Mixtures of Variational Autoencoders (PLT, RP), pp. 6115–6124.
ICMLICML-2019-ThomasL
Concentration Inequalities for Conditional Value at Risk (PST, EGLM), pp. 6225–6233.
ICMLICML-2019-TsakirisP
Homomorphic Sensing (MCT, LP), pp. 6335–6344.
ICMLICML-2019-VermaLBNMLB
Manifold Mixup: Better Representations by Interpolating Hidden States (VV, AL, CB, AN, IM, DLP, YB), pp. 6438–6447.
ICMLICML-2019-WangSMGFJ
Deep Factors for Forecasting (YW, AS, DCM, JG, DF, TJ), pp. 6607–6617.
ICMLICML-2019-WangUC
Repairing without Retraining: Avoiding Disparate Impact with Counterfactual Distributions (HW0, BU, FPC), pp. 6618–6627.
ICMLICML-2019-WongSK
Wasserstein Adversarial Examples via Projected Sinkhorn Iterations (EW, FRS, JZK), pp. 6808–6817.
ICMLICML-2019-WuRL
Deep Compressed Sensing (YW, MR, TPL), pp. 6850–6860.
ICMLICML-2019-XieWLZL
Differentiable Linearized ADMM (XX, JW, GL, ZZ, ZL), pp. 6902–6911.
ICMLICML-2019-XuSS
Variational Russian Roulette for Deep Bayesian Nonparametrics (KX, AS, CAS), pp. 6963–6972.
ICMLICML-2019-YaoWHL
Hierarchically Structured Meta-learning (HY, YW, JH, ZL), pp. 7045–7054.
ICMLICML-2019-ZhangCC
When Samples Are Strategically Selected (HZ, YC0, VC), pp. 7345–7353.
ICMLICML-2019-ZhaoFNG
Metric-Optimized Example Weights (SZ, MMF, HN, MRG), pp. 7533–7542.
ICMLICML-2019-ZhuHLTSG
Transferable Clean-Label Poisoning Attacks on Deep Neural Nets (CZ, WRH, HL, GT, CS, TG), pp. 7614–7623.
KDDKDD-2019-DecroosBHD
Actions Speak Louder than Goals: Valuing Player Actions in Soccer (TD, LB, JVH, JD), pp. 1851–1861.
KDDKDD-2019-GoodrichRLS
Assessing The Factual Accuracy of Generated Text (BG, VR, PJL, MS), pp. 166–175.
KDDKDD-2019-Grewal
Seven Years of Data Science at Airbnb (EG), p. 3180.
KDDKDD-2019-GuanMW
Attribute-Driven Backbone Discovery (SG, HM, YW), pp. 187–195.
KDDKDD-2019-LebedevIRGMOGBS
Precipitation Nowcasting with Satellite Imagery (VL, VI, IR, AG, AM, SO, RG, IB, DS), pp. 2680–2688.
KDDKDD-2019-Ranganathan
Spinning the AI Pinwheel (JR), p. 3181.
KDDKDD-2019-ShuklaKOMY
Dynamic Pricing for Airline Ancillaries with Customer Context (NS, AK, KO, LM, KY), pp. 2174–2182.
KDDKDD-2019-Srivastava
AI for Small Businesses and Consumers: Applications and Innovations (AS), p. 3164.
KDDKDD-2019-TaiebK
Regularized Regression for Hierarchical Forecasting Without Unbiasedness Conditions (SBT, BK), pp. 1337–1347.
KDDKDD-2019-TaiSC
Adversarial Matching of Dark Net Market Vendor Accounts (XHT, KS, NC), pp. 1871–1880.
KDDKDD-2019-TianGKOCCDEI
A Severity Score for Retinopathy of Prematurity (PT, YG, JKC, SO, JPC, MFC, JGD, DE, SI), pp. 1809–1819.
KDDKDD-2019-WangLT
Coresets for Minimum Enclosing Balls over Sliding Windows (YW, YL, KLT), pp. 314–323.
KDDKDD-2019-WengCS
Unsupervised Clinical Language Translation (WHW, YAC, PS), pp. 3121–3131.
KDDKDD-2019-YangTTH
Task-Adversarial Co-Generative Nets (PY, QT, HT, JH), pp. 1596–1604.
KDDKDD-2019-ZangC0W
Dynamical Origins of Distribution Functions (CZ, PC, WZ0, FW), pp. 469–478.
ECOOPECOOP-2019-ArslanagicPV
Minimal Session Types (Pearl) (AA, JAP, EV), p. 28.
ECOOPECOOP-2019-Hamin0
Transferring Obligations Through Synchronizations (JH, BJ0), p. 58.
ECOOPECOOP-2019-RobertsMH0
Transient Typechecks Are (Almost) Free (RR0, SM, MH, JN0), p. 28.
ECOOPECOOP-2019-VerguTV
Scopes and Frames Improve Meta-Interpreter Specialization (VAV, AT, EV), p. 30.
OnwardOnward-2019-KleppmannWHM
Local-first software: you own your data, in spite of the cloud (MK, AW, PvH, MM), pp. 154–178.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2019-WattRP
Weakening WebAssembly (CW, AR, JPP), p. 28.
PADLPADL-2019-SchwaabKHFPWH
Proof-Carrying Plans (CS, EK, AH, FF, RPAP, JBW, KH), pp. 204–220.
PADLPADL-2019-SerranoM
Classes of Arbitrary Kind (AS0, VCM), pp. 150–168.
PLDIPLDI-2019-MaengL
Supporting peripherals in intermittent systems with just-in-time checkpoints (KM, BL), pp. 1101–1116.
PLDIPLDI-2019-WangEMP
Replication-aware linearizability (CW, CE, SOM, GP), pp. 980–993.
POPLPOPL-2019-ChakrabortyV
Grounding thin-air reads with event structures (SC, VV), p. 28.
POPLPOPL-2019-FowlerLMD
Exceptional asynchronous session types: session types without tiers (SF0, SL, JGM, SD), p. 29.
POPLPOPL-2019-GilbertCST
Definitional proof-irrelevance without K (GG, JC, MS, NT), p. 28.
POPLPOPL-2019-KincaidBCR
Closed forms for numerical loops (ZK, JB, JC, TWR), p. 29.
POPLPOPL-2019-ZhangM
Abstraction-safe effect handlers via tunneling (YZ, ACM), p. 29.
PPDPPPDP-2019-MatesPA
Under Control: Compositionally Correct Closure Conversion with Mutable State (PM, JP, AA), p. 15.
ASEASE-2019-CavalcantiBSA
The Impact of Structure on Software Merging: Semistructured Versus Structured Merge (GC, PB, GS, SA), pp. 1002–1013.
ASEASE-2019-HavrikovZ
Systematically Covering Input Structure (NH, AZ), pp. 189–199.
ASEASE-2019-KangB0
Assessing the Generalizability of Code2vec Token Embeddings (HJK, TFB, DL0), pp. 1–12.
ASEASE-2019-SingiBPB
Trusted Software Supply Chain (KS, RPJCB, SP, APB), pp. 1212–1213.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2019-Karlsson
Exploratory test agents for stateful software systems (SK), pp. 1164–1167.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2019-Muller
Managing the open cathedral (MM0), pp. 1176–1179.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2019-Stepanov
File tracing by intercepting disk requests (VS), pp. 1190–1192.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2019-Valdes
Finding the shortest path to reproduce a failure found by TESTAR (ORV), pp. 1223–1225.
ICSE-2019-KalteneckerGSGA
Distance-based sampling of software configuration spaces (CK, AG, NS, JG, SA), pp. 1084–1094.
ICSE-2019-SedanoRP
The product backlog (TS, PR, CP), pp. 200–211.
ICSE-2019-SuWYC0
Redundant loads: a software inefficiency indicator (PS, SW, HY, MC, XL0), pp. 982–993.
ICSE-2019-TranTNNN
Recovering variable names for minified code with usage contexts (HT, NMT, SN, HN, TNN), pp. 1165–1175.
GPCEGPCE-2019-Al-hassyCK
A language feature to unbundle data at will (short paper) (MAh, JC, WK), pp. 14–19.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2019-CohenAAL
Fine-Grain Checkpointing with In-Cache-Line Logging (NC, DTA, HA, JRL), pp. 441–454.
CASECASE-2019-ChengFT
Semi-Autonomous Surgical Robot Control for Beating-Heart Surgery (LC, JF, MT), pp. 1774–1781.
CASECASE-2019-FantiMRSD
Electric Vehicle Fleet Relocation Management for Sharing Systems based on Incentive Mechanism (MPF, AMM, MR, BS, SD), pp. 1048–1053.
CASECASE-2019-FrenchMKA
Robotic additive manufacturing system featuring wire deposition by electric arc for high-value manufacturing (RF, HMR, GKZ, SAH), pp. 1748–1754.
CASECASE-2019-HermannHZS
A Joint-Selective Robotic Gripper with Actuation Mode Switching (KH, RH, MZ, AVS), pp. 1532–1539.
CASECASE-2019-JiaDLRL
A Methodology for the Early Diagnosis of Vehicle Torque Converter Clutch Degradation (XJ0, SD, CL, PR, JL), pp. 529–534.
CASECASE-2019-KimuraSKC
Simultaneously Determining Target Object and Transport Velocity for Manipulator and Moving Vehicle in Piece-Picking Operation (NK, RS, SK, NC), pp. 1066–1073.
CASECASE-2019-KwiatkowskiLGD
Determining Object Properties from Tactile Events During Grasp Failure (JK, JSL, CG, VD), pp. 1692–1698.
CASECASE-2019-LeLGL
Embedded-Based Object Matching and Robot Arm Control (MTL, CHGL, SMG, JJJL), pp. 1296–1301.
CASECASE-2019-Mason
From Carnegie Mellon to Berkshire Grey (MTM), p. 1.
CASECASE-2019-MathiesenIK
Vision-less Bin-Picking for Small Parts Feeding (SM, II, AK), pp. 1657–1663.
CASECASE-2019-MowerMDV
Comparing Alternate Modes of Teleoperation for Constrained Tasks (CEM, WM, AD, SV), pp. 1497–1504.
CASECASE-2019-OrtenziMRAS
Singularity-Robust Inverse Kinematics Solver for Tele-manipulation (VO, NM, VR, MA, RS), pp. 1821–1828.
CASECASE-2019-RajendranTG
User-Guided Path Planning for Redundant Manipulators in Highly Constrained Work Environments (PR, ST, SKG), pp. 1212–1217.
CASECASE-2019-RashidinejadRF
Supervisory Control of Discrete-Event Systems in an Asynchronous Setting (AR, MAR, MF), pp. 494–501.
CASECASE-2019-RobinsonWP
Quantitative Variable Autonomy Levels for Traded Control in a Pick-and-Place Task (CR, IBW, DOP), pp. 697–702.
CASECASE-2019-TakayanagiKH
Hierarchical Task Planning from Object Goal State for Human-Assist Robot (TT, YK, TH), pp. 1359–1366.
CASECASE-2019-ThayerVGC
Bi-Objective Routing for Robotic Irrigation and Sampling in Vineyards (TCT, SV, KG, SC), pp. 1481–1488.
CASECASE-2019-TuBYZD
Dynamic Bottleneck in Serial Production Lines with Bernoulli Machines (JT, YB, MY, LZ, PD), pp. 79–84.
CASECASE-2019-Vejdani
Dynamics and stability of Bat-Scale Flapping Wing Hovering Robot (HRV), pp. 1106–1111.
CASECASE-2019-WangTLJGDMIG
Adversarial Grasp Objects (DW, DT, PL, YJ, MG, MD, JM, JI, KG), pp. 241–248.
CGOCGO-2019-HayesHHCZ
Decoding CUDA Binary (ABH, FH, JH, YHC, EZZ), pp. 229–241.
CGOCGO-2019-LeeLLMCZ0
White-Box Program Tuning (WCL, YL, PL, SM, HC, XZ0, RG0), pp. 122–135.
ESOPESOP-2019-AccattoliGL
Types by Need (BA, GG, ML), pp. 410–439.
ESOPESOP-2019-BalzerTP
Manifest Deadlock-Freedom for Shared Session Types (SB, BT, FP), pp. 611–639.
ESOPESOP-2019-DownenSAJ
Codata in Action (PD, ZS, ZMA, SPJ), pp. 119–146.
ESOPESOP-2019-MevelJP
Time Credits and Time Receipts in Iris (GM, JHJ, FP), pp. 3–29.
FASEFASE-2019-AroraKR
Checking Observational Purity of Procedures (HA, RK, GR), pp. 228–243.
CADECADE-2019-BentkampBTVW
Superposition with Lambdas (AB, JB, ST, PV, UW), pp. 55–73.
CADECADE-2019-BrombergerFSW
SPASS-SATT - A CDCL(LA) Solver (MB, MF, SS, CW), pp. 111–122.
CADECADE-2019-CalvaneseGGMR
Model Completeness, Covers and Superposition (DC, SG, AG, MM, AR), pp. 142–160.
CADECADE-2019-Platzer
Uniform Substitution at One Fell Swoop (AP), pp. 425–441.
CADECADE-2019-RawsonR
Old or Heavy? Decaying Gracefully with Age/Weight Shapes (MR, GR), pp. 462–476.
CAVCAV-2019-CimattiGMRT
Extending nuXmv with Timed Transition Systems and Timed Temporal Properties (AC, AG, EM, MR, ST), pp. 376–386.
CAVCAV-2019-Tizpaz-NiariC0
Quantitative Mitigation of Timing Side Channels (STN, PC, AT0), pp. 140–160.
ICSTICST-2019-LidO
Intent-Preserving Test Repair (XL, Md, AO), pp. 217–227.
ICSAICSA-2018-GortonBES
Message from the General Chair and PC Chairs of ICSA 2018 (IG, BB, NAE, CAS), p. ix.
JCDLJCDL-2018-MenesesF
An Introduction to Digital Humanities (LM, RF), pp. 417–418.
JCDLJCDL-2018-StrotgenA0
Putting Dates on the Map: Harvesting and Analyzing Street Names with Date Mentions and their Explanations (JS, RA, DG0), pp. 79–88.
EDMEDM-2018-FancsaliYBR
Intelligent Instructional Hand Offs (SF, MY, SRB, SR).
EDMEDM-2018-KantarMSEWD
Constructing Cognitive Profiles for Simulation-Based Hiring Assessments (RK, KM, ELS, MAE, RW, SD).
EDMEDM-2018-SenPRMNR0
Machine Beats Human at Sequencing Visuals for Perceptual-Fluency Practice (AS, PP, MAR, BM, RN0, TTR, XZ0).
ICPCICPC-2018-HermansSA
Code phonology: an exploration into the vocalization of code (FH, AS, EA), pp. 308–311.
ICPCICPC-2018-RoyC
Adventures in NICAD: a ten-year retrospective (CKR, JRC), p. 19.
ICSMEICSME-2018-Liu0K0BT
A Closer Look at Real-World Patches (KL0, DK0, AK, LL0, TFB, YLT), pp. 275–286.
ICSMEICSME-2018-Romano
Dead Code (SR0), pp. 737–742.
MSRMSR-2018-GopsteinZFC
Prevalence of confusing code in software projects: atoms of confusion in the wild (DG, HHZ, PGF, JC), pp. 281–291.
MSRMSR-2018-JainPVP08
A search system for mathematical expressions on software binaries (RJ, SP, VV, RP), pp. 487–491.
MSRMSR-2018-Spinellis
Documented unix facilities over 48 years (DS), pp. 58–61.
SANERSANER-2018-OguraMHK
Bring your own coding style (NO, SM, HH, SK), pp. 527–531.
CIAACIAA-2018-Gerdjikov
Generalised Twinning Property (SG), pp. 173–185.
CIAACIAA-2018-Hospodar0
The Ranges of Accepting State Complexities of Languages Resulting From Some Operations (MH, MH0), pp. 198–210.
DLTDLT-2018-Bjorklund
Tree-to-Graph Transductions with Scope (JB), pp. 133–144.
DLTDLT-2018-BrancoP
Inequalities for One-Step Products (MJJB, JÉP), pp. 156–168.
DLTDLT-2018-ChoHKS
Site-Directed Deletion (DJC, YSH, HK, KS), pp. 219–230.
DLTDLT-2018-Perrin
Groups, Languages and Dendric Shifts (DP), pp. 60–73.
FMFM-2018-CavezzaAG
A Weakness Measure for GR(1) Formulae (DGC, DA, AG), pp. 110–128.
FMFM-2018-ChocklerGK
Timed Vacuity (HC, SG, OK), pp. 438–455.
FMFM-2018-Ferrere
The Compound Interest in Relaxing Punctuality (TF), pp. 147–164.
FSCDFSCD-2018-BendkowskiL
Counting Environments and Closures (MB, PL), p. 16.
FSCDFSCD-2018-Jacob-RaoPT
Index-Stratified Types (RJR, BP, DT), p. 17.
FSCDFSCD-2018-Parys
Homogeneity Without Loss of Generality (PP), p. 15.
FSCDFSCD-2018-WinklerM
Completion for Logically Constrained Rewriting (SW, AM), p. 18.
IFM-2018-LeofanteAT
Task Planning with OMT: An Application to Production Logistics (FL, , AT), pp. 316–325.
HaskellHaskell-2018-EisenbergBJ
Type variables in patterns (RAE, JB, SPJ), pp. 94–105.
HaskellHaskell-2018-MartinezJL
Improving typeclass relations by being open (GM, MJ, GDL), pp. 68–80.
HaskellHaskell-2018-MatsudaW
Embedding invertible languages with binders: a case of the FliPpr language (KM, MW0), pp. 158–171.
ICFP-2018-MokhovMJ
Build systems à la carte (AM, NM, SPJ), p. 29.
ICFP-2018-NewA
Graduality from embedding-projection pairs (MSN, AA), p. 30.
AIIDEAIIDE-2018-DobreL
POMCP with Human Preferences in Settlers of Catan (MSD, AL), pp. 17–23.
AIIDEAIIDE-2018-ShirvaniFW
Combining Intentionality and Belief: Revisiting Believable Character Plans (AS, RF, SGW), pp. 222–228.
AIIDEAIIDE-2018-SilvaBKAZ
Exploring Gameplay With AI Agents (FdMS, IB, JK, NA, KAZ), pp. 159–165.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2018-Pell
The Artist, Astronaut, and Avatar in Space Exploration (SJP), p. 3.
CoGCIG-2018-GajurelLML
Neuroevolution for RTS Micro (AG, SJL, DJM, SL0), pp. 1–8.
CoGCIG-2018-GuckelsbergerST
New And Surprising Ways to Be Mean (CG, CS, JT), pp. 1–8.
CoGCIG-2018-SalgeGCM
Accelerating Empowerment Computation with UCT Tree Search (CS, CG, RC, TM), pp. 1–8.
DiGRADiGRA-2018-Harrington
Infra-Ordinary Rewritings: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp as an Introductory Study (JH).
DiGRADiGRA-2018-Kenton
Free-to-Play or Pay-to-Win?: Casual, Hardcore, and Hearthstone (THK).
DiGRADiGRA-2018-Mitchell
Antimimetic Rereading and Defamiliarization in Save the Date (AM).
DiGRADiGRA-2018-Mochocki
Markers of Subjective Perception in Larp (MM).
FDGFDG-2018-BhattLSWTH
Exploring the hearthstone deck space (AB, SL, FdMS, CWW, JT, AKH), p. 10.
FDGFDG-2018-BoschiAB
Player perceptions of fairness in oddly shaped dice (FB, HA, JAB), p. 5.
FDGFDG-2018-GreenBLT
DATA agent (MCG, GABB, AL, JT), p. 10.
FDGFDG-2018-KwayM
Emotional agency in storygames (LK, AM0), p. 10.
FDGFDG-2018-NelsonGCD
Curious users of casual creators (MJN, SEG, SC, SD), p. 6.
ICGJICGJ-2018-IzvalovNN
From One Location to Five (AI, SN, VN), pp. 39–42.
ICGJICGJ-2018-ShuiSK
SLO Hacks: Embracing the Passionate Novice (ES, SS, FK), pp. 43–47.
CoGVS-Games-2018-KrejsaKL
A Model for Eye and Head Motion for Virtual Agents (JK, BK, FL), pp. 1–4.
CoGVS-Games-2018-LugrinKSKRDFML
A Location-Based VR Museum (JLL, FK, RS, CK, DR0, CD, TF, CM, MEL), pp. 1–2.
CoGVS-Games-2018-MurphyPSMMG
Recreating Virtual Environments from User Traffic Pattern (NM, DP, DS, DM, CM, RG), pp. 1–4.
CIKMCIKM-2018-BordinoG
Network-based Receivable Financing (IB, FG), pp. 2137–2145.
CIKMCIKM-2018-ChiangLLH
Inferring Trip Occupancies in the Rise of Ride-Hailing Services (MFC, EPL, WCL, TAH), pp. 2097–2105.
CIKMCIKM-2018-DamessieCKS
Presentation Ordering Effects On Assessor Agreement (TTD, JSC, JK, FS), pp. 723–732.
CIKMCIKM-2018-GupchupHDSCJE
Trustworthy Experimentation Under Telemetry Loss (JG, YH, PAD, DS, RC, AJ, ME), pp. 387–396.
CIKMCIKM-2018-GyselRK
Mix 'n Match: Integrating Text Matching and Product Substitutability within Product Search (CVG, MdR, EK), pp. 1373–1382.
CIKMCIKM-2018-LiJS
Extracting Figures and Captions from Scientific Publications (PL0, XJ, HS), pp. 1595–1598.
CIKMCIKM-2018-Maarek
Alexa and Her Shopping Journey (YM), p. 1.
CIKMCIKM-2018-MiyauchiK
Finding a Dense Subgraph with Sparse Cut (AM0, NK), pp. 547–556.
CIKMCIKM-2018-RakeshGMA0
Linked Causal Variational Autoencoder for Inferring Paired Spillover Effects (VR, RG, RM, NA, HL0), pp. 1679–1682.
ECIRECIR-2018-BevendorffSHP
Elastic ChatNoir: Search Engine for the ClueWeb and the Common Crawl (JB, BS0, MH, MP), pp. 820–824.
ECIRECIR-2018-KwonTJSB
Controlling Information Aggregation for Complex Question Answering (HK, HT, PJ, MS, NB), pp. 750–757.
ECIRECIR-2018-Renders
Active Search for High Recall: A Non-stationary Extension of Thompson Sampling (JMR), pp. 722–728.
ECIRECIR-2018-SumikawaJ
Classifying Short Descriptions of Past Events (YS, AJ), pp. 729–736.
ECIRECIR-2018-ZhangGL0C
Spherical Paragraph Model (RZ, JG, YL, JX0, XC), pp. 289–302.
ICMLICML-2018-AlemiPFDS0
Fixing a Broken ELBO (AAA, BP, IF, JVD, RAS, KM0), pp. 159–168.
ICMLICML-2018-AmitM
Meta-Learning by Adjusting Priors Based on Extended PAC-Bayes Theory (RA, RM), pp. 205–214.
ICMLICML-2018-BaiB
Greed is Still Good: Maximizing Monotone Submodular+Supermodular (BP) Functions (WB, JAB), pp. 314–323.
ICMLICML-2018-CampbellB
Bayesian Coreset Construction via Greedy Iterative Geodesic Ascent (TC, TB), pp. 697–705.
ICMLICML-2018-ChenMGBO
Stein Points (WYC, LWM, JG, FXB, CJO), pp. 843–852.
ICMLICML-2018-CotterFYGB
Constrained Interacting Submodular Groupings (AC, MMF, SY, MRG, JAB), pp. 1076–1085.
ICMLICML-2018-CremerLD
Inference Suboptimality in Variational Autoencoders (CC, XL, DD), pp. 1086–1094.
ICMLICML-2018-DuLTSP
Gradient Descent Learns One-hidden-layer CNN: Don't be Afraid of Spurious Local Minima (SSD, JDL, YT, AS, BP), pp. 1338–1347.
ICMLICML-2018-FosterADLS
Practical Contextual Bandits with Regression Oracles (DJF, AA, MD, HL, RES), pp. 1534–1543.
ICMLICML-2018-FrancaRV
ADMM and Accelerated ADMM as Continuous Dynamical Systems (GF, DPR, RV), pp. 1554–1562.
ICMLICML-2018-HanL
Stein Variational Gradient Descent Without Gradient (JH0, QL0), pp. 1895–1903.
ICMLICML-2018-HashimotoSNL
Fairness Without Demographics in Repeated Loss Minimization (TBH, MS, HN, PL), pp. 1934–1943.
ICMLICML-2018-HronMG
Variational Bayesian dropout: pitfalls and fixes (JH, AGdGM, ZG), pp. 2024–2033.
ICMLICML-2018-HuangKLC
Neural Autoregressive Flows (CWH, DK, AL, ACC), pp. 2083–2092.
ICMLICML-2018-InouyeR
Deep Density Destructors (DII, PR), pp. 2172–2180.
ICMLICML-2018-IvanovB
Anonymous Walk Embeddings (SI, EB), pp. 2191–2200.
ICMLICML-2018-JankowiakO
Pathwise Derivatives Beyond the Reparameterization Trick (MJ, FO), pp. 2240–2249.
ICMLICML-2018-JiangJK
Quickshift++: Provably Good Initializations for Sample-Based Mean Shift (HJ, JJ, SK), pp. 2299–2308.
ICMLICML-2018-JoseCF
Kronecker Recurrent Units (CJ, MC, FF), pp. 2385–2394.
ICMLICML-2018-KerdreuxPd
Frank-Wolfe with Subsampling Oracle (TK, FP, Ad), pp. 2596–2605.
ICMLICML-2018-KilbertusGKVGW
Blind Justice: Fairness with Encrypted Sensitive Attributes (NK, AG, MJK, MV, KPG, AW), pp. 2635–2644.
ICMLICML-2018-KimM
Disentangling by Factorising (HK, AM), pp. 2654–2663.
ICMLICML-2018-KimWMSR
Semi-Amortized Variational Autoencoders (YK, SW, ACM, DAS, AMR), pp. 2683–2692.
ICMLICML-2018-KrishnamurthyWS
Semiparametric Contextual Bandits (AK, ZSW, VS), pp. 2781–2790.
ICMLICML-2018-LiaoXFZYPUZ
Reviving and Improving Recurrent Back-Propagation (RL, YX, EF, LZ, KY, XP, RU, RSZ), pp. 3088–3097.
ICMLICML-2018-LiM18a
Disentangled Sequential Autoencoder (YL, SM), pp. 5656–5665.
ICMLICML-2018-LiS
The Well-Tempered Lasso (YL, YS), pp. 3030–3038.
ICMLICML-2018-LykourisV
Competitive Caching with Machine Learned Advice (TL, SV), pp. 3302–3311.
ICMLICML-2018-MarinoYM
Iterative Amortized Inference (JM, YY, SM), pp. 3400–3409.
ICMLICML-2018-MirmanDDGV
Training Neural Machines with Trace-Based Supervision (MM, DD, PD, TG, MTV), pp. 3566–3574.
ICMLICML-2018-NachmaniPTW
Fitting New Speakers Based on a Short Untranscribed Sample (EN, AP, YT, LW), pp. 3680–3688.
ICMLICML-2018-QuLX
Non-convex Conditional Gradient Sliding (CQ, YL, HX), pp. 4205–4214.
ICMLICML-2018-RabinowitzPSZEB
Machine Theory of Mind (NCR, FP, HFS, CZ, SMAE, MB), pp. 4215–4224.
ICMLICML-2018-RitterWKJBPB
Been There, Done That: Meta-Learning with Episodic Recall (SR, JXW, ZKN, SMJ, CB, RP, MB), pp. 4351–4360.
ICMLICML-2018-SerraSMK
Overcoming Catastrophic Forgetting with Hard Attention to the Task (JS, DS, MM, AK), pp. 4555–4564.
ICMLICML-2018-SharchilevUSR
Finding Influential Training Samples for Gradient Boosted Decision Trees (BS, YU, PS, MdR), pp. 4584–4592.
ICMLICML-2018-TaniaiM
Neural Inverse Rendering for General Reflectance Photometric Stereo (TT, TM), pp. 4864–4873.
ICMLICML-2018-TsuchidaRG
Invariance of Weight Distributions in Rectified MLPs (RT, FRK, MG), pp. 5002–5011.
ICMLICML-2018-UesatoOKO
Adversarial Risk and the Dangers of Evaluating Against Weak Attacks (JU, BO, PK, AvdO), pp. 5032–5041.
ICMLICML-2018-VahdatMBKA
DVAE++: Discrete Variational Autoencoders with Overlapping Transformations (AV, WGM, ZB, AK, EA), pp. 5042–5051.
ICMLICML-2018-WongK
Provable Defenses against Adversarial Examples via the Convex Outer Adversarial Polytope (EW, JZK), pp. 5283–5292.
ICMLICML-2018-WuW
Variance Regularized Counterfactual Risk Minimization via Variational Divergence Minimization (HW, MDW), pp. 5349–5358.
ICMLICML-2018-XieZZX
Nonoverlap-Promoting Variable Selection (PX, HZ, YZ, EPX), pp. 5409–5418.
ICMLICML-2018-YabeHSIKFK
Causal Bandits with Propagating Inference (AY, DH, HS, SI, NK, TF, KiK), pp. 5508–5516.
ICMLICML-2018-YaoVSG
Yes, but Did It Work?: Evaluating Variational Inference (YY, AV, DS, AG), pp. 5577–5586.
ICMLICML-2018-YinZ
Semi-Implicit Variational Inference (MY, MZ), pp. 5646–5655.
ICMLICML-2018-ZhangHMLZ
Safe Element Screening for Submodular Function Minimization (WZ, BH, LM0, WL0, TZ0), pp. 5781–5790.
ICMLICML-2018-ZhangSDG
Noisy Natural Gradient as Variational Inference (GZ, SS, DD, RBG), pp. 5847–5856.
ICMLICML-2018-ZhaoKZRL
Adversarially Regularized Autoencoders (JJZ, YK, KZ, AMR, YL), pp. 5897–5906.
ICPRICPR-2018-0003TCSS
Despeckling CNN with Ensembles of Classical Outputs (DM0, ST, SC, MS, ASS), pp. 3802–3807.
ICPRICPR-2018-0004CW
Weakly Supervised Domain-Specific Color Naming Based on Attention (LY0, YC, JvdW), pp. 3019–3024.
ICPRICPR-2018-0006HCK
Super-resolution Imaging Based on Global Interpolation and Structural Similarities (YZ0, SH, YC, SYK), pp. 2977–2982.
ICPRICPR-2018-0010KSZSSB
Reflective Field for Pixel-Level Tasks (LZ0, XK, PS, GZ, JS, SAAS, MB), pp. 529–534.
ICPRICPR-2018-ChenC
A New Dynamic Minimal Path Model for Tubular Structure Centerline Delineation (DC0, LDC), pp. 3001–3006.
ICPRICPR-2018-DantchevaBB
Show me your face and I will tell you your height, weight and body mass index (AD, FB, PTB), pp. 3555–3560.
ICPRICPR-2018-FabbriBLVCC
Domain Translation with Conditional GANs: from Depth to RGB Face-to-Face (MF, GB, FL, RV, SC, RC), pp. 1355–1360.
ICPRICPR-2018-FasogbonF
Generic calibration of cameras with non-parallel optical elements (PF, LF), pp. 1875–1881.
ICPRICPR-2018-FayerMGDC
Radiometric confidence criterion for patch-based inpainting (JF, GM, SG, MD, BC), pp. 2723–2728.
ICPRICPR-2018-HeKWZQGTH
Local Compact Binary Patterns for Background Subtraction in Complex Scenes (WH, YK, JW, GZ, QQ, LG, BT, FH), pp. 1518–1523.
ICPRICPR-2018-JiaSZ
Face Aging with Improved Invertible Conditional GANs (LJ, YS, YZ0), pp. 1396–1401.
ICPRICPR-2018-KouwL
Effects of sampling skewness of the importance-weighted risk estimator on model selection (WMK, ML), pp. 1468–1473.
ICPRICPR-2018-LatJ
Enhancing OCR Accuracy with Super Resolution (AL, CVJ), pp. 3162–3167.
ICPRICPR-2018-LiTZLH
Spatial Calibration for Thermal-RGB Cameras and Inertial Sensor System (YL, JT, YZ, WL, HH), pp. 2295–2300.
ICPRICPR-2018-LiuHLG
Long-term Object Tracking with Instance Specific Proposals (HL, QH, BL, YG), pp. 1628–1633.
ICPRICPR-2018-LiXY
A New Method for Face Alignment under Extreme Poses and Occlusion (JL, QX, RY), pp. 1586–1591.
ICPRICPR-2018-LiZXGX
Compression of Acoustic Model via Knowledge Distillation and Pruning (CL, LZ, SX, PG, BX0), pp. 2785–2790.
ICPRICPR-2018-MaBXC0
Segmentation-Guided Tracking with Prior Map Decision (DM, WB, YX, YC, XW0), pp. 2014–2019.
ICPRICPR-2018-Miyamoto
Passenger in vehicle counting method of HOV/HOT system (SM), pp. 1536–1541.
ICPRICPR-2018-NgoPKD
Convexity invariance of voxel objects under rigid motions (PN, NP, YK, IDR), pp. 1157–1162.
ICPRICPR-2018-ShiXZLG
Vessel Enhancement Based on Length-constrained Hessian Information (ZS, HX, JZ, JL, LG), pp. 2869–2874.
ICPRICPR-2018-SohrabRGI
Subspace Support Vector Data Description (FS, JR, MG, AI), pp. 722–727.
ICPRICPR-2018-TagawaZ
Super-Resolution Ultrasound Imaging Based on the Phase of the Carrier Wave Without Deterioration by Grating Lobes (NT, JZ), pp. 2791–2796.
ICPRICPR-2018-UittenbogaardSV
Conditional Transfer with Dense Residual Attention: Synthesizing traffic signs from street-view imagery (RU, CS, JAV, BB, PHNdW), pp. 553–559.
ICPRICPR-2018-VaqueroSM
Hallucinating Dense Optical Flow from Sparse Lidar for Autonomous Vehicles (VV, AS, FMN), pp. 1959–1964.
ICPRICPR-2018-WuWDW
Ensemble Reversible Data Hiding (HW, WW0, JD0, HW0), pp. 2676–2681.
ICPRICPR-2018-XuHDI
Partial Descriptor Update and Isolated Point Avoidance Based Template Update for High Frame Rate and Ultra-Low Delay Deformation Matching (YX, TH, SD, TI), pp. 1827–1832.
ICPRICPR-2018-YangXDZ
Delving into the Synthesizability of Dynamic Texture Samples (FY, GSX, DD, LZ), pp. 2953–2958.
ICPRICPR-2018-ZhaoZGTW
Rethinking ReLU to Train Better CNNs (GZ, ZZ, HG, PT, JW), pp. 603–608.
KDDKDD-2018-DuTZTZ
Demand-Aware Charger Planning for Electric Vehicle Sharing (BD, YT, ZZ, QT, WZ), pp. 1330–1338.
KDDKDD-2018-FunkhouserMAPB
Device Graphing by Example (KF, MM, ECA, PP, PB), pp. 273–282.
KDDKDD-2018-Hand
Data Science for Financial Applications (DJH), p. 1.
KDDKDD-2018-Huang0LSG
Generalized Score Functions for Causal Discovery (BH, KZ0, YL, BS, CG), pp. 1551–1560.
KDDKDD-2018-PetroniRNNPSL
An Extensible Event Extraction System With Cross-Media Event Resolution (FP, NR, TN, AN, ZP, SS, JLL), pp. 626–635.
KDDKDD-2018-ProvostHWYN
Societal Impact of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (FJP, JH, JMW, QY, JN), pp. 2872–2873.
KDDKDD-2018-RabbanyBD
Active Search of Connections for Case Building and Combating Human Trafficking (RR, DB, AD), pp. 2120–2129.
KDDKDD-2018-Re
Software 2.0 and Snorkel: Beyond Hand-Labeled Data (CR), p. 2876.
KDDKDD-2018-ReisMSB
Classifying and Counting with Recurrent Contexts (DMdR, AGM, DFS, GEAPAB), pp. 1983–1992.
KDDKDD-2018-Walraven
Data Science and Entertainment Production (JW), p. 2879.
KDDKDD-2018-Wing
Data for Good: Abstract (JMW), p. 4.
KDDKDD-2018-YeQCWZMYZ
Customized Regression Model for Airbnb Dynamic Pricing (PY, JQ, JC, CHW, YZ, SDM, FY, LZ), pp. 932–940.
KDDKDD-2018-ZhangBLLZP
Trajectory-driven Influential Billboard Placement (PZ, ZB, YL, GL0, YZ, ZP), pp. 2748–2757.
ICMTICMT-2018-RoccoRHILP
Systematic Recovery of MDE Technology Usage (JDR, DDR, JH, LI, RL, AP), pp. 110–126.
MoDELSMoDELS-2018-BarqueroBTV
Extending Complex Event Processing to Graph-structured Information (GB, LB, JT, AV), pp. 166–175.
MoDELSMoDELS-2018-Kuhne
Exploring Potency (TK), pp. 2–12.
ECOOPECOOP-2018-BiO
Typed First-Class Traits (XB, BCdSO), p. 28.
ECOOPECOOP-2018-KakiR
Safe Transferable Regions (GK, GR), p. 31.
ECOOPECOOP-2018-Milanova
Definite Reference Mutability (AM), p. 30.
OnwardOnward-2018-BaudartDDHS
Protecting chatbots from toxic content (GB, JD, ED, MH, AS), pp. 99–110.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2018-AntwerpenPRV
Scopes as types (HvA, CBP, AR, EV), p. 30.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2018-BrachthauserSO
Effect handlers for the masses (JIB, PS, KO), p. 27.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2018-BurckhardtC
Reactive caching for composed services: polling at the speed of push (SB, TC), p. 28.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2018-SousaDL
Verified three-way program merge (MS, ID, SKL), p. 29.
PEPMPEPM-2018-BromanS
Gradually typed symbolic expressions (DB, JGS), pp. 15–29.
PLDIPLDI-2018-DEliaD
On-stack replacement, distilled (DCD, CD), pp. 166–180.
PLDIPLDI-2018-GogteDWNCW
Persistency for synchronization-free regions (VG, SD, WW, SN, PMC, TFW), pp. 46–61.
PLDIPLDI-2018-PombrioK
Inferring type rules for syntactic sugar (JP, SK), pp. 812–825.
POPLPOPL-2018-AhmanFHMRS
Recalling a witness: foundations and applications of monotonic state (DA, CF, CH, KM, AR, NS), p. 30.
POPLPOPL-2018-AminR
Collapsing towers of interpreters (NA, TR), p. 33.
PPDPPPDP-2018-Shan
Calculating Distributions (CcS), p. 5.
ASEASE-2018-OreEDK
Assessing the type annotation burden (JPO, SGE, CD, LK), pp. 190–201.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2018-BrunM
Software fairness (YB, AM), pp. 754–759.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2018-ChenFKM
Applications of psychological science for actionable analytics (DC, WF0, RK, TM), pp. 456–467.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2018-GlonduJS
Ten years of hunting for similar code for fun and profit (keynote) (SG, LJ, ZS), p. 2.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2018-Nguyen
Feature-interaction aware configuration prioritization (SN), pp. 974–976.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2018-NoeiCZ
Winning the app production rally (EN, DAdC, YZ0), pp. 283–294.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2018-Salem
The case for experiment-oriented computing (PS), pp. 719–723.
ICSE-2018-KopecBNKWC
Older adults and hackathons: a qualitative study (WK, BB, RN, GK, AW, FC), pp. 702–703.
ICSE-2018-LuCJM
Program splicing (YL, SC, CJ, DM), pp. 338–349.
ICSE-2018-MarcozziBKPPC
Time to clean your test objectives (MM, SB, NK, MP, VP, LC), pp. 456–467.
GPCEGPCE-2018-KhalajA
Inferring ownership domains from refinements (EK, MAA), pp. 53–65.
SLESLE-2018-Cimini
Languages as first-class citizens (MC), pp. 65–69.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2018-0003GN
Blasting through the Front-End Bottleneck with Shotgun (RK0, BG, VN), pp. 30–42.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2018-PanwarPG
Making Huge Pages Actually Useful (AP, AP, KG), pp. 679–692.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2018-WenLBC
Watching for Software Inefficiencies with Witch (SW, XL0, JB, MC), pp. 332–347.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2018-YoonLS
Filtering Translation Bandwidth with Virtual Caching (HY, JLP, GSS), pp. 113–127.
CASECASE-2018-AdelmannLH
Investigation on shear and tensile strength of laser welded electrical sheet stacks (BA, CL, RH), pp. 565–569.
CASECASE-2018-Chavan-DafieLR
Pneumatic shape-shifting fingers to reorient and grasp (NCD, KL, AR), pp. 988–993.
CASECASE-2018-Chavan-DafieR
Regrasping by Fixtureless Fixturing (NCD, AR), pp. 122–129.
CASECASE-2018-Erden
Manual Welding with Robotic Assistance Compared to Conventional Manual Welding (MSE), pp. 570–573.
CASECASE-2018-FanLTT
Grasp Planning for Customized Grippers by Iterative Surface Fitting (YF, HCL, TT, MT), pp. 28–34.
CASECASE-2018-HuangB
Effects of Trajectory Resolution on Human Intent Inference (IH, RB), pp. 71–76.
CASECASE-2018-KabirSG
Trajectory Planning for Manipulators Operating in Confined Workspaces (AMK, BCS, SKG), pp. 84–91.
CASECASE-2018-KalawounLM
Optimal robot base placements for coverage tasks (RK, SL, YM), pp. 235–240.
CASECASE-2018-KimCJPC
Time-optimal control of a two-mass spring system for a prescribed continuous output path (MK, YC, DJ, DP, JC), pp. 675–677.
CASECASE-2018-LampinenKM
Full-Dynamics-Based Bilateral Teleoperation of Hydraulic Robotic Manipulators (SL, JK, JM), pp. 1343–1350.
CASECASE-2018-LiuHLCGC
A Cloud-based Pluggable Manufacturing Service Scheme for Smart Factory (YYL, MHH, YCL, CCC, WLG, FTC), pp. 1040–1045.
CASECASE-2018-Lopez0L
A Haptic Bilateral Robots System for Wrist Rehabilitation after Stroke (EGL, WY0, XL), pp. 130–135.
CASECASE-2018-ParanawithanaLF
Ultrasound-Guided Involuntary Motion Compensation of Kidney Stones in Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy Surgery (IP, HYL, SF, UXT, LY, TSKL, FCN), pp. 1123–1129.
CASECASE-2018-PengSXC
Dynamic Sampling for Feasibility Determination (YP, JS, JX, EKPC), pp. 887–892.
CASECASE-2018-PfitzerPML
Event-Driven Production Rescheduling in Job Shop Environments (FP, JP, CM, WL), pp. 939–944.
CASECASE-2018-SmieschekHSKP
A New Condition Indicator for Slow-Rotating Roller Chains based on the Angle and Torque of the Driving Motor (MS, TH, AS, SK, RP), pp. 642–644.
CASECASE-2018-WallyHMW
AutomationML, ISA-95 and Others: Rendezvous in the OPC UA Universe (BW, CH, AM, MW), pp. 1381–1387.
CASECASE-2018-Yamazaki
Gripping Positions Selection for Unfolding a Rectangular Cloth Product (KY), pp. 606–611.
CASECASE-2018-ZamboninACSBS
Soft Sensors for Estimating Laundry Weight in Household Heat Pump Tumble Dryers (GZ, FA, LC, MS, AB, GAS), pp. 774–779.
CCCC-2018-DoerfertSH
Polyhedral expression propagation (JD, SS, SH), pp. 25–36.
CGOCGO-2018-ChenLACC
Register allocation for Intel processor graphics (WYC, GYL, PA, KC, BC), pp. 352–364.
CGOCGO-2018-StojanovTRP
SIMD intrinsics on managed language runtimes (AS, IT, TR, MP), pp. 2–15.
ESOPESOP-2018-Garcia-PerezGMS
Paxos Consensus, Deconstructed and Abstracted (ÁGP, AG, YM, IS), pp. 912–939.
ESOPESOP-2018-XieO
Let Arguments Go First (NX, BCdSO), pp. 272–299.
CAVCAV-2018-FinkbeinerHLST
Synthesizing Reactive Systems from Hyperproperties (BF, CH, PL, MS, LT), pp. 289–306.
CAVCAV-2018-FrehseGH
Space-Time Interpolants (GF, MG, TAH), pp. 468–486.
CAVCAV-2018-FremontS
Reactive Control Improvisation (DJF, SAS), pp. 307–326.
CAVCAV-2018-NiemetzPWB
Btor2 , BtorMC and Boolector 3.0 (AN, MP, CW, AB), pp. 587–595.
CAVCAV-2018-QuatmannK
Sound Value Iteration (TQ, JPK), pp. 643–661.
CSLCSL-2018-BassetJPRB
Beyond Admissibility: Dominance Between Chains of Strategies (NB, IJ, AP, JFR, MvdB), p. 22.
CSLCSL-2018-KozenS
The Ackermann Award 2018 (DK, TS), p. 5.
CSLCSL-2018-MarsdenZ
Quantitative Foundations for Resource Theories (DM, MZ), p. 17.
CSLCSL-2018-NeiderW0
Synthesizing Optimally Resilient Controllers (DN, AW, MZ0), p. 17.
ICSTICST-2018-Balogh
Software Systems, Their Engineers and Their Testers (GB), pp. 426–427.
ICSTICST-2018-DurieuxHYBM
Exhaustive Exploration of the Failure-Oblivious Computing Search Space (TD, YH, ZY, BB, MM), pp. 139–149.
IJCARIJCAR-2018-DawsonDG
Well-Founded Unions (JED, ND, RG), pp. 117–133.
IJCARIJCAR-2018-KieslRH
Extended Resolution Simulates DRAT (BK, ARP, MJHH), pp. 516–531.
IJCARIJCAR-2018-Larchey-Wendling
Constructive Decision via Redundancy-Free Proof-Search (DLW), pp. 422–438.
IJCARIJCAR-2018-LonsingE
QRAT+: Generalizing QRAT by a More Powerful QBF Redundancy Property (FL, UE), pp. 161–177.
IJCARIJCAR-2018-MullerRK
Theories as Types (DM0, FR, MK), pp. 575–590.
IJCARIJCAR-2018-RappM
FORT 2.0 (FR, AM), pp. 81–88.
VMCAIVMCAI-2018-Roohi0
Revisiting MITL to Fix Decision Procedures (NR, MV0), pp. 474–494.
JCDLJCDL-2017-HamborgMG
Matrix-Based News Aggregation: Exploring Different News Perspectives (FH, NM, BG), pp. 69–78.
JCDLJCDL-2017-NanniPD
Building Entity-Centric Event Collections (FN, SPP, LD), pp. 199–208.
JCDLJCDL-2017-XuS
Retrieving and Combining Repeated Passages to Improve OCR (SX, DAS), pp. 269–272.
EDMEDM-2017-CrossleyBLM
Linking Language to Math Success in a Blended Course (SAC, TB, CL, DSM).
EDMEDM-2017-DMelloMBB
Zone out no more: Mitigating mind wandering during computerized reading (SKD, CM, RB, NB).
EDMEDM-2017-Feng
Identifiability of the Bayesian Knowledge Tracing Model (JF).
EDMEDM-2017-GargP
Supporting the Encouragement of Forum Participation (AG, AP).
EDMEDM-2017-LiFZ
When and who at risk? Call back at these critical points (YL, CF, YZ).
EDMEDM-2017-McCarthyJLMM
Metacognitive Prompt Overdose: Positive and Negative Effects of Prompts in iSTART (KSM, AMJ, ADL, ZM, DSM).
EDMEDM-2017-OlneyBGG
Assessing Computer Literacy of Adults with Low Literacy Skills (AO, DB, DG, ACG).
EDMEDM-2017-OlneyWDG
The Reading Ability of College Freshmen (AO, BW, RD, ACG).
ICPCICPC-2017-AghajaniMBL
The code time machine (EA, AM, GB, ML), pp. 356–359.
ICSMEICSME-2017-McKee0SD
Software Practitioner Perspectives on Merge Conflicts and Resolutions (SM, NN0, AS, DD), pp. 467–478.
ICSMEICSME-2017-NassifR
Revisiting Turnover-Induced Knowledge Loss in Software Projects (MN, MPR), pp. 261–272.
ICSMEICSME-2017-WangWW
Composite Software Diversification (SW0, PW0, DW), pp. 284–294.
MSRMSR-2017-MachoMP
Extracting build changes with BuildDiff (CM, SM, MP0), pp. 368–378.
MSRMSR-2017-MuylaertR
Prevalence of botched code integrations (WM, CDR), pp. 503–506.
SANERSANER-2017-GilMO
Pluggable Controllers and Nano-Patterns (YG, OM, MO), pp. 447–451.
CIAACIAA-2017-FernauKR
Computational Completeness of Path-Structured Graph-Controlled Insertion-Deletion Systems (HF, LK, IR), pp. 89–100.
DLTDLT-2017-Herrmann
A Medvedev Characterization of Recognizable Tree Series (LH), pp. 210–221.
FSCDFSCD-2017-IntrigilaMP
Refutation of Sallé's Longstanding Conjecture (BI, GM, AP), p. 18.
FSCDFSCD-2017-LitakPR
Negative Translations and Normal Modality (TL, MP, UR), p. 18.
HaskellHaskell-2017-BlazevicL
Packrats parse in packs (MB, JL), pp. 14–25.
HaskellHaskell-2017-Perez
Back to the future: time travel in FRP (IP0), pp. 105–116.
ICFP-2017-BalzerP
Manifest sharing with session types (SB, FP), p. 29.
ICFP-2017-IgarashiTVW
Gradual session types (AI, PT0, VTV, PW), p. 28.
ICFP-2017-PombrioKW
Inferring scope through syntactic sugar (JP, SK, MW), p. 28.
ICFP-2017-Pottier
Visitors unchained (FP), p. 28.
AIIDEAIIDE-2017-Junior
Dream Machine: A Creative and Autonomous Machine for Creating Stories and Worlds (MEJ), pp. 283–285.
AIIDEAIIDE-2017-MathewsonM
Improvised Theatre Alongside Artificial Intelligences (KWM, PM), pp. 66–72.
AIIDEAIIDE-2017-ShirvaniWF
A Possible Worlds Model of Belief for State-Space Narrative Planning (AS, SGW, RF), pp. 101–107.
AIIDEAIIDE-2017-StephensonR
Creating a Hyper-Agent for Solving Angry Birds Levels (MS, JR), pp. 234–240.
AIIDEAIIDE-2017-WinerY
Merits of Hierarchical Story and Discourse Planning with Merged Languages (DRW, RMY), pp. 262–269.
AIIDEAIIDE-2017-WinstonM
Turn-Taking with Improvisational Co-Creative Agents (LW, BM), pp. 129–136.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2017-LankesHKD
Invisible Walls: Co-Presence in a Co-located Augmented Virtuality Installation (ML, JH, GK, JD), pp. 553–560.
CoGCIG-2017-DockhornK
Combining cooperative and adversarial coevolution in the context of pac-man (AD, RK), pp. 60–67.
CoGCIG-2017-EgerMC
An intentional AI for hanabi (ME, CM, MAC), pp. 68–75.
CoGCIG-2017-KostkaKKR
Text-based adventures of the golovin AI agent (BK, JK, JK, PR), pp. 181–188.
DiGRADiGRA-2017-DaviesI
The Space Between Debord and Pikachu (HD, TI).
DiGRADiGRA-2017-Schott
That Dragon, Cancer: Contemplating life and death in a medium that has frequently trivialized both (GS).
FDGFDG-2017-AlexanderM
Deriving quests from open world mechanics (RA, CM), p. 7.
FDGFDG-2017-RoweAGC
Assessing implicit computational thinking in zoombinis gameplay (ER, JAC, SG, KC), p. 4.
ICGJICGJ-2017-LoriaVOLCAG
Cosmic Brownie (CL, BV, CO, LL, DC, DA, MG), pp. 33–35.
ICGJICGJ-2017-SloanR
Virtua Walker 1987: technostalgia for a walking sim from an alternative past (RJSS, PR), pp. 44–45.
CoGVS-Games-2017-Duchowski
Serious gaze (ATD), pp. 276–283.
CoGVS-Games-2017-LiarokapisDD
Preface (FL, AD, ND).
CoGVS-Games-2017-PalmbergPQ
When facial expressions dominate emotion perception in groups of virtual characters (RP, CEP, AQ), pp. 157–160.
CoGVS-Games-2017-SkamantzariKGK
Developing a virtual museum for the Stoa of Attalos (MS, GK, AG, SK), pp. 260–263.
CoGVS-Games-2017-TsatirisKK
Variance-based shape descriptors for determining the level of expertise of tennis players (GT, KK, SDK), pp. 169–172.
CIKMCIKM-2017-Bian0YCL
A Compare-Aggregate Model with Dynamic-Clip Attention for Answer Selection (WB, SL0, ZY, GC, ZL), pp. 1987–1990.
CIKMCIKM-2017-CaoHF
Covering the Optimal Time Window Over Temporal Data (BC0, CH, JF), pp. 687–696.
CIKMCIKM-2017-GhoshLS
Finding Periodic Discrete Events in Noisy Streams (AG, CL, RS), pp. 627–636.
CIKMCIKM-2017-GolshanT
Minimizing Tension in Teams (BG, ET), pp. 1707–1715.
CIKMCIKM-2017-Krishnan
A Hyper-connected World (KAK), p. 7.
CIKMCIKM-2017-LeeK
Computing Betweenness Centrality in B-hypergraphs (KHL, MHK), pp. 2147–2150.
CIKMCIKM-2017-LyuOSC
Truth Discovery by Claim and Source Embedding (SL, WO, HS, XC), pp. 2183–2186.
CIKMCIKM-2017-MoffatP
ANS-Based Index Compression (AM, MP), pp. 677–686.
CIKMCIKM-2017-Winslett
Additional Workshops Co-located with CIKM 2017 (MW), pp. 2569–2570.
CIKMCIKM-2017-ZhangZBLR
Spatiotemporal Event Forecasting from Incomplete Hyper-local Price Data (XZ, LZ0, APB, CTL, NR), pp. 507–516.
ECIRECIR-2017-FlorescuC
A New Scheme for Scoring Phrases in Unsupervised Keyphrase Extraction (CF, CC), pp. 477–483.
ECIRECIR-2017-HienertL
Where Do All These Search Terms Come From? - Two Experiments in Domain-Specific Search (DH, ML), pp. 15–26.
ECIRECIR-2017-LuoLCH
A Part-of-Speech Enhanced Neural Conversation Model (CL, WL0, QC, YH), pp. 173–185.
ECIRECIR-2017-MoshfeghiRAT
A Task Completion Engine to Enhance Search Session Support for Air Traffic Work Tasks (YM, RR, LA, PT), pp. 278–290.
ECIRECIR-2017-MouradSS
Language Influences on Tweeter Geolocation (AM, FS, MS), pp. 331–342.
ICMLICML-2017-Balduzzi
Strongly-Typed Agents are Guaranteed to Interact Safely (DB), pp. 332–341.
ICMLICML-2017-BalogTGW
Lost Relatives of the Gumbel Trick (MB, NT, ZG, AW), pp. 371–379.
ICMLICML-2017-BegonJG
Globally Induced Forest: A Prepruning Compression Scheme (JMB, AJ, PG), pp. 420–428.
ICMLICML-2017-BianB0T
Guarantees for Greedy Maximization of Non-submodular Functions with Applications (AAB, JMB, AK0, ST), pp. 498–507.
ICMLICML-2017-BrutzkusG
Globally Optimal Gradient Descent for a ConvNet with Gaussian Inputs (AB, AG), pp. 605–614.
ICMLICML-2017-Chaudhuri0N
Active Heteroscedastic Regression (KC, PJ0, NN), pp. 694–702.
ICMLICML-2017-ChenF
Dueling Bandits with Weak Regret (BC, PIF), pp. 731–739.
ICMLICML-2017-DaumeKLM
Logarithmic Time One-Against-Some (HDI, NK, JL0, PM), pp. 923–932.
ICMLICML-2017-DinhPBB
Sharp Minima Can Generalize For Deep Nets (LD, RP, SB, YB), pp. 1019–1028.
ICMLICML-2017-DonahueLM
Dance Dance Convolution (CD, ZCL, JJM), pp. 1039–1048.
ICMLICML-2017-HuL
Dissipativity Theory for Nesterov's Accelerated Method (BH, LL), pp. 1549–1557.
ICMLICML-2017-KakizakiFS
Differentially Private Chi-squared Test by Unit Circle Mechanism (KK, KF, JS), pp. 1761–1770.
ICMLICML-2017-KearnsRW
Meritocratic Fairness for Cross-Population Selection (MJK, AR0, ZSW), pp. 1828–1836.
ICMLICML-2017-KusnerPH
Grammar Variational Autoencoder (MJK, BP, JMHL), pp. 1945–1954.
ICMLICML-2017-LindgrenDK
Exact MAP Inference by Avoiding Fractional Vertices (EML, AGD, ARK), pp. 2120–2129.
ICMLICML-2017-LiuYWLM
Dual Iterative Hard Thresholding: From Non-convex Sparse Minimization to Non-smooth Concave Maximization (BL0, XTY, LW, QL0, DNM), pp. 2179–2187.
ICMLICML-2017-MairBB
Frame-based Data Factorizations (SM, AB, UB), pp. 2305–2313.
ICMLICML-2017-NeiswangerX
Post-Inference Prior Swapping (WN, EPX), pp. 2594–2602.
ICMLICML-2017-PritzelUSBVHWB
Neural Episodic Control (AP, BU, SS, APB, OV, DH, DW, CB), pp. 2827–2836.
ICMLICML-2017-RavanbakhshSP
Equivariance Through Parameter-Sharing (SR, JGS, BP), pp. 2892–2901.
ICMLICML-2017-Ruggieri
Enumerating Distinct Decision Trees (SR), pp. 2960–2968.
ICMLICML-2017-Sheffet
Differentially Private Ordinary Least Squares (OS), pp. 3105–3114.
ICMLICML-2017-ShyamGD
Attentive Recurrent Comparators (PS, SG, AD), pp. 3173–3181.
ICMLICML-2017-SivakumarB
High-Dimensional Structured Quantile Regression (VS, AB), pp. 3220–3229.
ICMLICML-2017-SiZKMDH
Gradient Boosted Decision Trees for High Dimensional Sparse Output (SS, HZ0, SSK, DM, ISD, CJH), pp. 3182–3190.
ICMLICML-2017-TokuiS
Evaluating the Variance of Likelihood-Ratio Gradient Estimators (ST, IS), pp. 3414–3423.
ICMLICML-2017-TosattoPDR
Boosted Fitted Q-Iteration (ST, MP, CD, MR), pp. 3434–3443.
ICMLICML-2017-WangX0T
Beyond Filters: Compact Feature Map for Portable Deep Model (YW, CX0, CX0, DT), pp. 3703–3711.
ICMLICML-2017-WrigleyLY
Tensor Belief Propagation (AW, WSL, NY), pp. 3771–3779.
ICMLICML-2017-XieSX
Uncorrelation and Evenness: a New Diversity-Promoting Regularizer (PX, AS, EPX), pp. 3811–3820.
ICMLICML-2017-YenLCSLR
Latent Feature Lasso (IEHY, WCL, SEC, ASS, SDL, PR), pp. 3949–3957.
ICMLICML-2017-YeWL
A Simulated Annealing Based Inexact Oracle for Wasserstein Loss Minimization (JY, JZW, JL0), pp. 3940–3948.
KDDKDD-2017-BaoHRLZ
Planning Bike Lanes based on Sharing-Bikes' Trajectories (JB0, TH, SR, YL, YZ0), pp. 1377–1386.
KDDKDD-2017-Desai
It Takes More than Math and Engineering to Hit the Bullseye with Data (PD), p. 17.
KDDKDD-2017-DongMSW
A Century of Science: Globalization of Scientific Collaborations, Citations, and Innovations (YD, HM, ZS, KW), pp. 1437–1446.
KDDKDD-2017-FayyadSS
Foreword to the Applied Data Science: Invited Talks Track at KDD-2017 (UMF, ES, AS), pp. 7–8.
KDDKDD-2017-JanakiramanMO
Finding Precursors to Anomalous Drop in Airspeed During a Flight's Takeoff (VMJ, BLM, NCO), pp. 1843–1852.
KDDKDD-2017-KimSYJ
Federated Tensor Factorization for Computational Phenotyping (YK, JS, HY, XJ), pp. 887–895.
KDDKDD-2017-KuangCLJY
Estimating Treatment Effect in the Wild via Differentiated Confounder Balancing (KK, PC0, BL0, MJ0, SY), pp. 265–274.
KDDKDD-2017-LiCCC
Discovering Pollution Sources and Propagation Patterns in Urban Area (XL, YC, GC, LC), pp. 1863–1872.
KDDKDD-2017-PortnoffHDAM
Backpage and Bitcoin: Uncovering Human Traffickers (RSP, DYH, PD, SA, DM), pp. 1595–1604.
KDDKDD-2017-Potere
Spaceborne Data Enters the Mainstream (DP), p. 29.
KDDKDD-2017-PowerRWL
Not All Passes Are Created Equal: Objectively Measuring the Risk and Reward of Passes in Soccer from Tracking Data (PP, HR, XW, PL), pp. 1605–1613.
KDDKDD-2017-Rubia
More than the Sum of its Parts: Building Domino Data Lab (EAdlR), p. 9.
KDDKDD-2017-ShahYARSC
A Practical Exploration System for Search Advertising (PS, MY, SA, AR, BS, RC), pp. 1625–1631.
KDDKDD-2017-UstunR
Optimized Risk Scores (BU, CR), pp. 1125–1134.
KDDKDD-2017-ZhangWW
Achieving Non-Discrimination in Data Release (LZ0, YW, XW), pp. 1335–1344.
KDDKDD-2017-ZhaoZGLCLW
Tracking the Dynamics in Crowdfunding (HZ, HZ, YG, QL0, EC, HL, LW), pp. 625–634.
KDDKDD-2017-ZhuJTPZLG
Optimized Cost per Click in Taobao Display Advertising (HZ, JJ, CT, FP, YZ, HL, KG), pp. 2191–2200.
KDDKDD-2017-ZhuSMYRZ
Deep Embedding Forest: Forest-based Serving with Deep Embedding Features (JZ0, YS, JCM, DY, HR, YZ), pp. 1703–1711.
MDEBX-2017-AhmanU
Taking Updates Seriously (DA, TU), pp. 59–73.
ECOOPECOOP-2017-Bracha
Composing Software in an Age of Dissonance (Invited Talk) (GB), p. 1.
ECOOPECOOP-2017-DietrichJRTP
Evil Pickles: DoS Attacks Based on Object-Graph Engineering (JD0, KJ, SR, AT, AP), p. 32.
ECOOPECOOP-2017-FowlerLW
Mixing Metaphors: Actors as Channels and Channels as Actors (SF0, SL, PW), p. 28.
ECOOPECOOP-2017-MelicherSPA
A Capability-Based Module System for Authority Control (DM, YS, AP, JA), p. 27.
OnwardOnward-2017-Kell
Some were meant for C: the endurance of an unmanageable language (SK), pp. 229–245.
OnwardOnward-2017-Kirsch
Selfie and the basics (CMK), pp. 198–213.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2017-BernsteinBBCFKK
Geo-distribution of actor-based services (PAB, SB, SB, NC, JMF, GK, AK, MRR, VS0, AS, JT), p. 26.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2017-CavalcantiBA
Evaluating and improving semistructured merge (GC, PB, PRGA), p. 27.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2017-GrechFFS
Heaps don't lie: countering unsoundness with heap snapshots (NG, GF, AF, YS), p. 27.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2017-HajjJMH
SAVI objects: sharing and virtuality incorporated (IEH, TBJ, DSM, WMWH), p. 24.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2017-ManskyAN
A verified messaging system (WM, AWA, AN), p. 28.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2017-PoesiaGFP
Static placement of computation on heterogeneous devices (GP, BCFG, FF, FMQP), p. 28.
AdaEuropeAdaEurope-2017-GarridoZBW
Supporting Nested Resources in MrsP (JG, SZ0, AB, AJW), pp. 73–86.
AdaEuropeAdaEurope-2017-RogersRGB
A New Ravenscar-Based Profile (PR, JR, TG, PB), pp. 169–183.
LOPSTRLOPSTR-2017-Ayala-RinconSFN
Nominal C-Unification (MAR, WdCS, MF, DNS), pp. 235–251.
PADLPADL-2017-ZhouF
Canonicalizing High-Level Constructs in Picat (NFZ, JF), pp. 19–33.
PLDIPLDI-2017-Bastani0AL
Synthesizing program input grammars (OB, RS0, AA, PL), pp. 95–110.
PLDIPLDI-2017-DAntrasGGL
Low overhead dynamic binary translation on ARM (AD, CG, JDG, ML), pp. 333–346.
PLDIPLDI-2017-SaarikiviVMM
Fusing effectful comprehensions (OS, MV, TM, MM), pp. 17–32.
POPLPOPL-2017-KiselyovBPS
Stream fusion, to completeness (OK, AB, NP, YS), pp. 285–299.
POPLPOPL-2017-LindleyMM
Do be do be do (SL, CM, CM), pp. 500–514.
POPLPOPL-2017-ShanR
Exact Bayesian inference by symbolic disintegration (CcS, NR), pp. 130–144.
PPDPPPDP-2017-RobinsonL
Machine fusion: merging merges, more or less (AR, BL), pp. 139–150.
SASSAS-2017-DengN
Securing the SSA Transform (CD, KSN), pp. 88–105.
SASSAS-2017-Sankaranarayanan
Template Polyhedra with a Twist (SS0, MABS), pp. 321–341.
SASSAS-2017-ToroT
A Gradual Interpretation of Union Types (MT, ÉT), pp. 382–404.
ASEASE-2017-GerrardD
Comprehensive failure characterization (MJG, MBD), pp. 365–376.
ASEASE-2017-YangJ0SGL
A language model for statements of software code (YY, YJ0, MG0, JS, JG, HL), pp. 682–687.
ASEASE-2017-ZhongW
Boosting complete-code tool for partial program (HZ, XW), pp. 671–681.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2017-BrownVLR
The care and feeding of wild-caught mutants (DBB, MV, BL, TWR), pp. 511–522.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2017-FerlesWCD
Failure-directed program trimming (KF, VW, MC, ID), pp. 174–185.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2017-Sidiroglou-Douskos
CodeCarbonCopy (SSD, EL, AE, FL, MR), pp. 95–105.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2017-VermaR
Synergistic debug-repair of heap manipulations (SV, SR), pp. 163–173.
ICSE-2017-ChenXW
Unsupervised software-specific morphological forms inference from informal discussions (CC, ZX, XW), pp. 450–461.
GPCEGPCE-2017-FernandesRCGMSC
Avoiding useless mutants (LF, MR, LC, RG, MM, ALMS, AC, FCF, JCM), pp. 187–198.
GPCEGPCE-2017-Pearce
Rewriting for sound and complete union, intersection and negation types (DJP), pp. 117–130.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2017-Bhattacharjee
Translation-Triggered Prefetching (AB), pp. 63–76.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2017-ChurchillSBA
Sound Loop Superoptimization for Google Native Client (BRC, RS0, JFB, AA), pp. 313–326.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2017-SongKJCALK
History-Based Arbitration for Fairness in Processor-Interconnect of NUMA Servers (WS, GK, HJ, JC, JHA, JWL, JK), pp. 765–777.
CASECASE-2017-BolotnikovaCPEA
A circuit-breaker use-case operated by a humanoid in aircraft manufacturing (AB, KC, AP, AE, GA, ASR, PR, AK), pp. 15–22.
CASECASE-2017-ChenQTHLX
Warehouse workload control for production logistic (BC, TQ, MT, GQH, CL, SXX), pp. 237–242.
CASECASE-2017-DuLGJ
MDP based inpatient premature discharge decision making in hierarchical medical system (YD, NL, NG, ZJ), pp. 1427–1432.
CASECASE-2017-FantiINRU
A decision support system for cooperative logistics (MPF, GI, MN, AR, WU), p. 394.
CASECASE-2017-GeZZHL
Model-free formation tracking control of networked robotic systems with input disturbances (MFG, LZ, XWZ, TH, ZWL), pp. 1572–1576.
CASECASE-2017-KongNCXH
IoT-enabled parking space sharing (XTRK, YN, MC, SXX, GQH), pp. 412–417.
CASECASE-2017-LinKLCH
IoT-enabled manufacturing synchronization for ecommerce (PL, XK, ML0, JC0, GQH), pp. 401–405.
CASECASE-2017-TakahashiON
A proposal of unified reference model for smart manufacturing (KT, YO, YN), pp. 964–969.
CASECASE-2017-XieXX
State-dependent M/G/1/K queuing model for hard disk drives (MX, LX, JX), pp. 831–837.
CASECASE-2017-ZhangW
Iterative recovery of controllability via maximum matching (SZ, SDW), pp. 328–333.
CASECASE-2017-ZhaoXL
Maximizing the long-run average expected profit of a periodic-review assemble-to-order system (YZ, XX, HL), pp. 674–679.
CCCC-2017-MorissetN
Partially redundant fence elimination for x86, ARM, and power processors (RM, FZN), pp. 1–10.
CCCC-2017-SureshRS
Compile-time function memoization (AS, ER, AS), pp. 45–54.
CGOCGO-2017-AnantpurG
Taming warp divergence (JA, RG), pp. 50–60.
ESOPESOP-2017-Dunfield
Extensible Datasort Refinements (JD), pp. 476–503.
ESOPESOP-2017-GueneauMKN
Verified Characteristic Formulae for CakeML (AG, MOM, RK, MN), pp. 584–610.
FASEFASE-2017-TaentzerOLR
Change-Preserving Model Repair (GT, MO, YL, AR), pp. 283–299.
CADECADE-2017-ErbaturMR
Notions of Knowledge in Combinations of Theories Sharing Constructors (SE, AMM, CR), pp. 60–76.
CAVCAV-2017-CyrankaIBJSG
Lagrangian Reachabililty (JC, MAI, GB, PLJ, SAS, RG), pp. 379–400.
CAVCAV-2017-Nadel
A Correct-by-Decision Solution for Simultaneous Place and Route (AN), pp. 436–452.
CSLCSL-2017-BrechtP
Noetherian Quasi-Polish spaces (MdB, AP), p. 17.
CSLCSL-2017-DawarL
The Ackermann Award 2017 (AD, DL), p. 4.
CSLCSL-2017-Kolaitis
Schema Mappings: Structural Properties and Limits (Invited Talk) (PGK), p. 1.
CSLCSL-2017-Sankaran
A Finitary Analogue of the Downward Löwenheim-Skolem Property (AS), p. 21.
VMCAIVMCAI-2017-BloemCES
Synthesizing Non-Vacuous Systems (RB, HC, ME0, OS), pp. 55–72.
VMCAIVMCAI-2017-SharmaR
Sound Bit-Precise Numerical Domains (TS, TWR), pp. 500–520.
VMCAIVMCAI-2017-VizelGSM
IC3 - Flipping the E in ICE (YV, AG, SS, SM), pp. 521–538.
CBSECBSE-2016-MucciniHHBPZBC
Welcome Message from the Chairs of WICSA, QoSA and CBSE (HM, KEH, RH, JB, NP, OZ, LB, VC), p. vii-viii.
WICSAWICSA-2016-LewisLA
A Decision Model for Cyber-Foraging Systems (GAL, PL, PA), pp. 51–60.
WICSAWICSA-2016-XuPZGPTC
The Blockchain as a Software Connector (XX, CP, LZ, VG, AP, ABT, SC0), pp. 182–191.
JCDLJCDL-2016-KleinBFG
Comparing Published Scientific Journal Articles to Their Pre-print Versions (MK0, PB, SEF, TG), pp. 153–162.
CSEETCSEET-2016-Lattanze
Practice Based Studio (AJL), pp. 1–7.
EDMEDM-2016-EmondBGG
Analysing and Refining Pilot Training (BE, SB, CG, JG), pp. 682–687.
EDMEDM-2016-InventadoSIOHOB
Hint Availability Slows Completion Times in Summer Work (PSI, PS, EVI, KO, NHI, JO, RSB, SS, MA), pp. 388–393.
EDMEDM-2016-WilliamsBSHL
Discovering 'Tough Love' Interventions Despite Dropout (JJW, AB, AS, NTH, CL), pp. 650–651.
EDMEDM-2016-XiongZIB
Going Deeper with Deep Knowledge Tracing (XX, SZ, EVI, JB), pp. 545–550.
ICPCICPC-2016-ChengZCHZ
Rule-directed code clone synchronization (XC, HZ, YC, ZH, JZ), pp. 1–10.
ICPCICPC-2016-TonderG
Defending against the attack of the micro-clones (RvT, CLG), pp. 1–4.
MSRMSR-2016-0004RCRHV
Cold-start software analytics (JG0, MR, JCH, AR, JHH, MV), pp. 142–153.
SANERSANER-2016-KabinnaSBH
Examining the Stability of Logging Statements (SK, WS, CPB, AEH), pp. 326–337.
SANERSANER-2016-LiuWLLL
Domino Effect: Move More Methods Once a Method is Moved (HL0, YW, WL, QL, CL), pp. 1–12.
SANERSANER-2016-PintoSG
More Common Than You Think: An In-depth Study of Casual Contributors (GP0, IS, MAG), pp. 112–123.
DLTDLT-2016-BhaveDKPT
A Perfect Class of Context-Sensitive Timed Languages (DB, VD, SNK, RP, AT0), pp. 38–50.
DLTDLT-2016-ChenU
Schützenberger Products in a Category (LTC, HU), pp. 89–101.
DLTDLT-2016-ChoffrutG
Both Ways Rational Functions (CC, BG), pp. 114–124.
DLTDLT-2016-ChoH0S
Outfix-Guided Insertion - (Extended Abstract) (DJC, YSH, TN0, KS), pp. 102–113.
DLTDLT-2016-LabbeL
Bispecial Factors in the Brun S-Adic System (SL0, JL0), pp. 280–292.
DLTDLT-2016-OchemR
Avoidability of Formulas with Two Variables (PO, MR), pp. 344–354.
FSCDFSCD-2016-Ayala-RinconFN
Nominal Narrowing (MAR, MF, DNS), p. 17.
FSCDFSCD-2016-BreuvartMPR
New Results on Morris's Observational Theory: The Benefits of Separating the Inseparable (FB, GM, AP, DR), p. 18.
FSCDFSCD-2016-KahrsS
Non-Omega-Overlapping TRSs are UN (SK, CS), p. 17.
FSCDFSCD-2016-Laurent
Focusing in Orthologic (OL), p. 17.
SEFMSEFM-2016-DohertyD
Linearizability and Causality (SD, JD), pp. 45–60.
HaskellHaskell-2016-PickeringEJE
Pattern synonyms (MP, , SPJ, RAE), pp. 80–91.
ICFP-2016-ChristiansenB
Elaborator reflection: extending Idris in Idris (DRC, EB), pp. 284–297.
ICFP-2016-DagandTT
Partial type equivalences for verified dependent interoperability (PÉD, NT, ÉT), pp. 298–310.
ICFP-2016-GaboardiKOBU
Combining effects and coeffects via grading (MG, SyK, DAO, FB, TU), pp. 476–489.
ICFP-2016-OliveiraSA
Disjoint intersection types (BCdSO, ZS, JA), pp. 364–377.
ICFP-2016-SerranoP
A glimpse of Hopjs (MS, VP), pp. 180–192.
ICFP-2016-ThiemannV
Context-free session types (PT0, VTV), pp. 462–475.
AIIDEAIIDE-2016-WuYC
A Cognitive-Based Model of Flashbacks for Computational Narratives (HYW, RMY, MC), pp. 239–246.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2016-ChoiFCMBH
Playtesting with a Purpose (JOC, JF, MGC, RM, MB, JH), pp. 254–265.
CoGCIG-2016-Garcia-SanchezT
Evolutionary deckbuilding in hearthstone (PGS, APT, GS, AMG, JJMG), pp. 1–8.
DiGRADiGRA-FDG-2016-Carbo-Mascarell
Walking Simulators: The Digitisation of an Aesthetic Practice (RCM).
DiGRADiGRA-FDG-2016-Farca
The Emancipated Player (GF).
DiGRADiGRA-FDG-2016-FarcaL
The Journey to Nature: The Last of Us as Critical Dystopia (GF, CL).
DiGRADiGRA-FDG-2016-Jarrett
Critically Approaching the Playful and Participatory Genealogy of MOBAs (JJ).
DiGRADiGRA-FDG-2016-KoutsourasMC
“We Don't Sell Blocks” Exploring Minecraft's Commissioning Market (PK, SM, AC).
DiGRADiGRA-FDG-2016-Mitchell
Making the Familiar Unfamiliar: Techniques for Creating Poetic Gameplay (AM).
CoGVS-Games-2016-LlorachEBGH
Web-Based Live Speech-Driven Lip-Sync (GL, AE, JB, GG, VH), pp. 1–4.
CoGVS-Games-2016-PiedraOQP
Virtual Environment for the Training of the Hands in Minimally Invasive Thoracic Surgery (JAP, JJOC, FQV, IPF), pp. 1–4.
CoGVS-Games-2016-StifterEM
Come Fly with Me - Perceive the World through a Mosquito's Senses (CS, SE, SvM), pp. 1–4.
CIKMCIKM-2016-AielloAB0BMS
The Role of Relevance in Sponsored Search (LMA, IA, RBY, XB0, NB, AM, FS), pp. 185–194.
CIKMCIKM-2016-AkibaYM
Hierarchical and Dynamic k-Path Covers (TA, YY, NM), pp. 1543–1552.
CIKMCIKM-2016-ArabGKRG
Reenactment for Read-Committed Snapshot Isolation (BSA, DG, VK, VR, BG), pp. 841–850.
CIKMCIKM-2016-ChenCSWT
Group-Aware Weighted Bipartite B-Matching (CC0, SC, VS0, KW0, AT), pp. 459–468.
CIKMCIKM-2016-GeCZS
Uncovering the Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Memes in the Presence of Incomplete Information (HG, JC, NZ, ACS), pp. 1493–1502.
CIKMCIKM-2016-GoodwinH
Medical Question Answering for Clinical Decision Support (TRG, SMH), pp. 297–306.
CIKMCIKM-2016-HanusseWM
Computing and Summarizing the Negative Skycube (NH, PKW, SM), pp. 1733–1742.
CIKMCIKM-2016-KhanG
Attribute-based Crowd Entity Resolution (ARK, HGM), pp. 549–558.
CIKMCIKM-2016-LuoLKBC
Discovering Temporal Purchase Patterns with Different Responses to Promotions (LL, BL0, IK, SB, FC0), pp. 2197–2202.
CIKMCIKM-2016-MishraLHB
CyberSafety 2016: The First International Workshop on Computational Methods in CyberSafety (SM, QL, RH, JB), pp. 2501–2502.
CIKMCIKM-2016-SinghHA
Discovering Entities with Just a Little Help from You (JS, JH, AA), pp. 1331–1340.
CIKMCIKM-2016-WangCP
Where to Place Your Next Restaurant?: Optimal Restaurant Placement via Leveraging User-Generated Reviews (FW0, LC0, WP), pp. 2371–2376.
CIKMCIKM-2016-YueFS
Inferring Traffic Incident Start Time with Loop Sensor Data (MY, LF, CS), pp. 2481–2484.
CIKMCIKM-2016-ZhangLMXLGS
Influence-Aware Truth Discovery (HZ, QL0, FM, HX, YL, JG0, LS), pp. 851–860.
ECIRECIR-2016-BraunstainKCSS
Supporting Human Answers for Advice-Seeking Questions in CQA Sites (LB, OK, DC, IS, AS), pp. 129–141.
ECIRECIR-2016-HagenBGKS
Supporting Scholarly Search with Keyqueries (MH, AB, TG, KK, BS0), pp. 507–520.
ICMLICML-2016-BasbugE
Hierarchical Compound Poisson Factorization (MEB, BEE), pp. 1795–1803.
ICMLICML-2016-BonillaSR
Extended and Unscented Kitchen Sinks (EVB, DMS, AR0), pp. 1651–1659.
ICMLICML-2016-BuloPK
Dropout distillation (SRB, LP, PK), pp. 99–107.
ICMLICML-2016-CaragiannisPS
Truthful Univariate Estimators (IC, ADP, NS0), pp. 127–135.
ICMLICML-2016-CarlsonSPP
Partition Functions from Rao-Blackwellized Tempered Sampling (DEC, PS, AP, LP), pp. 2896–2905.
ICMLICML-2016-ChoromanskaCBJK
Binary embeddings with structured hashed projections (AC, KC, MB, TJ, SK, YL), pp. 344–353.
ICMLICML-2016-DunnerFTJ
Primal-Dual Rates and Certificates (CD, SF, MT, MJ), pp. 783–792.
ICMLICML-2016-ErraqabiVCM
Pliable Rejection Sampling (AE, MV, AC, OAM), pp. 2121–2129.
ICMLICML-2016-FantiKORV
Metadata-conscious anonymous messaging (GCF, PK, SO, KR, PV), pp. 108–116.
ICMLICML-2016-GulcehreMDB
Noisy Activation Functions (ÇG, MM, MD, YB), pp. 3059–3068.
ICMLICML-2016-HeidariMSVY
Pricing a Low-regret Seller (HH, MM, US, SV, SY), pp. 2559–2567.
ICMLICML-2016-MiaoYB
Neural Variational Inference for Text Processing (YM, LY, PB), pp. 1727–1736.
ICMLICML-2016-NockCBN
k-variates++: more pluses in the k-means++ (RN, RC, RB, FN), pp. 145–154.
ICMLICML-2016-Shalev-Shwartz
SDCA without Duality, Regularization, and Individual Convexity (SSS), pp. 747–754.
ICMLICML-2016-SteegG
The Information Sieve (GVS, AG), pp. 164–172.
ICMLICML-2016-ThomasSDB
Energetic Natural Gradient Descent (PST, BCdS, CD, EB), pp. 2887–2895.
ICMLICML-2016-VeldtGM
A Simple and Strongly-Local Flow-Based Method for Cut Improvement (NV, DFG, MWM), pp. 1938–1947.
ICMLICML-2016-WuSLS
Conservative Bandits (YW, RS, TL, CS), pp. 1254–1262.
ICMLICML-2016-ZhuY
Improved SVRG for Non-Strongly-Convex or Sum-of-Non-Convex Objectives (ZAZ, YY), pp. 1080–1089.
ICPRICPR-2016-AzzopardiFAP
Increased generalization capability of trainable COSFIRE filters with application to machine vision (GA, LFR, EA, NP), pp. 3356–3361.
ICPRICPR-2016-BogunR
Object-aware tracking (IB, ER), pp. 1695–1700.
ICPRICPR-2016-ClementKW
Bags of spatial relations and shapes features for structural object description (MC, CK, LW), pp. 1994–1999.
ICPRICPR-2016-CoteDA
Look who is not talking: Assessing engagement levels in panel conversations (MC, AD, ABA), pp. 2109–2114.
ICPRICPR-2016-DahlanH
Absorptive scattering model for rough laminar surfaces (HAD, ERH), pp. 1905–1910.
ICPRICPR-2016-DahlanHS
Reflectance-aware optical flow (HAD, ERH, WAPS), pp. 2860–2865.
ICPRICPR-2016-DongH
Sequential factorization for nonrigid structure from motion via LBFGS (QD, HH), pp. 1731–1736.
ICPRICPR-2016-FagundesSS
Quantile regression of interval-valued data (RAdAF, RMCRdS, YMGS), pp. 2586–2591.
ICPRICPR-2016-FragosoSHT
One-class slab support vector machine (VF, WJS, JPH, MT), pp. 420–425.
ICPRICPR-2016-GasparettoCTW
Non-rigid dense bijective maps (AG, LC, AT, RCW0), pp. 3781–3786.
ICPRICPR-2016-GuanZXCT
WENN for individualized cleaning in imbalanced data (HG, YZ, MX, HDC, XT), pp. 456–461.
ICPRICPR-2016-KitaK
Virtual flattening of clothing item held in the air (YK, NK), pp. 2770–2776.
ICPRICPR-2016-MaltoniL
Semi-supervised tuning from temporal coherence (DM, VL0), pp. 2509–2514.
ICPRICPR-2016-Matsakis
Affine properties of the relative position PHI-descriptor (PM), pp. 1941–1946.
ICPRICPR-2016-NagyS
Table headers: An entrance to the data mine (GN, SCS), pp. 4065–4070.
ICPRICPR-2016-PalmerBEHA
Calibration, positioning and tracking in a refractive and reflective scene (TP, GB, MTE, LAH, ), pp. 3810–3815.
ICPRICPR-2016-Roman-RangelM
Indexing Mayan hieroglyphs with neural codes (ERR, SMM), pp. 253–258.
ICPRICPR-2016-SongHZMQ
Edge-guided depth map enhancement (XS, HH, FZ, XM, XQ), pp. 2758–2763.
ICPRICPR-2016-SukhwaniJ
Frame level annotations for tennis videos (MS, CVJ), pp. 841–846.
ICPRICPR-2016-YangSGLL
Facial depth map enhancement via neighbor embedding (SY0, SS, QG, XL, JL0), pp. 1249–1254.
ICPRICPR-2016-YangWL
The GIST of aligning faces (SY, AW, BCL), pp. 3007–3012.
ICPRICPR-2016-ZhangW
An MCMC-based prior sub-hypergraph matching in presence of outliers (RZ, WW), pp. 799–804.
ICPRICPR-2016-ZhangZJYT
Define a fingerprint Orientation Field pattern (NZ0, YZ, XJ, XY0, JT0), pp. 937–942.
KDDKDD-2016-MukherjeeGW
Continuous Experience-aware Language Model (SM, SG, GW), pp. 1075–1084.
KDDKDD-2016-PivarskiBG
Deploying Analytics with the Portable Format for Analytics (PFA) (JP, CB, RLG), pp. 579–588.
KDDKDD-2016-RozenshteinGPV
Reconstructing an Epidemic Over Time (PR, AG, BAP, JV), pp. 1835–1844.
KDDKDD-2016-Shapiro
Accelerating the Race to Autonomous Cars (DS), p. 415.
KDDKDD-2016-SunYWXMZ
Contextual Intent Tracking for Personal Assistants (YS0, NJY, YW, XX0, KM, RZ0), pp. 273–282.
KDDKDD-2016-WeiZ0
Transfer Knowledge between Cities (YW, YZ0, QY0), pp. 1905–1914.
KDDKDD-2016-YangLGZSY
Absolute Fused Lasso and Its Application to Genome-Wide Association Studies (TY0, JL0, PG, RZ, XS, JY), pp. 1955–1964.
KDDKDD-2016-ZhuXTLGCF
Days on Market: Measuring Liquidity in Real Estate Markets (HZ, HX, FT, QL0, YG, EC, YF), pp. 393–402.
ECMFAECMFA-2016-Garcia-Dominguez
Stress-Testing Centralised Model Stores (AGD, KB, DSK, RW, RFP), pp. 48–63.
ICMTICMT-2016-BurgerS
Translatability and Translation of Updated Views in ModelJoin (EB, OS), pp. 55–69.
ECOOPECOOP-2016-JarviP
One Way to Select Many (JJ, SP), p. 26.
ECOOPECOOP-2016-MillerT
The Elements of Decision Alignment (MSM, BT), p. 5.
OnwardOnward-2016-Cardozo
Emergent software services (NC), pp. 15–28.
OnwardOnward-2016-ChisGKNRS
Moldable, context-aware searching with Spotter (AC, TG, JK, ON, SR, AS), pp. 128–144.
OnwardOnward-2016-Gabriel
in the control room of the banquet (RPG), pp. 250–268.
OnwardOnward-2016-NobleBBHM
The left hand of equals (JN0, APB, KBB, MH, MSM), pp. 224–237.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2016-OsvaldEWAR
Gentrification gone too far? affordable 2nd-class values for fun and (co-)effect (LO, GME, XW, LIGA, TR), pp. 234–251.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2016-RompfA
Type soundness for dependent object types (DOT) (TR, NA), pp. 624–641.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2016-SorensenDBGR
Portable inter-workgroup barrier synchronisation for GPUs (TS0, AFD, MB, GG, ZR), pp. 39–58.
PADLPADL-2016-AntoyH
Default Rules for Curry (SA, MH), pp. 65–82.
PLDIPLDI-2016-BeckettGW
Temporal NetKAT (RB, MG0, DW), pp. 386–401.
PLDIPLDI-2016-ChamithSDN
Living on the edge: rapid-toggling probes with cross-modification on x86 (BC, BJS, LD, RRN), pp. 16–26.
PLDIPLDI-2016-ChughHSA
Programmatic and direct manipulation, together at last (RC, BH, MS, JA), pp. 341–354.
PLDIPLDI-2016-KamilCIS
Verified lifting of stencil computations (SK, AC, SI, ASL), pp. 711–726.
PLDIPLDI-2016-YaghmazadehKDC
Synthesizing transformations on hierarchically structured data (NY, CK, ID, SC), pp. 508–521.
POPLPOPL-2016-BattyDW
Overhauling SC atomics in C11 and OpenCL (MB, AFD, JW), pp. 634–648.
POPLPOPL-2016-Lavaee
The hardness of data packing (RL), pp. 232–242.
POPLPOPL-2016-LorenzenE
Sound type-dependent syntactic language extension (FL, SE), pp. 204–216.
POPLPOPL-2016-OrchardY
Effects as sessions, sessions as effects (DAO, NY), pp. 568–581.
PPDPPPDP-2016-FehrenbachC
Language-integrated provenance (SF, JC), pp. 214–227.
FSEFSE-2016-KurtzAODKG
Analyzing the validity of selective mutation with dominator mutants (BK, PA, JO, MED, MK, NG), pp. 571–582.
FSEFSE-2016-Mahmud
Making invisible things visible: tracking down known vulnerabilities at 3000 companies (showcase) (GM), p. 25.
ICSE-2016-CaiC
Fixing deadlocks via lock pre-acquisitions (YC0, LC), pp. 1109–1120.
ICSE-2016-CoblenzSAMWS
Exploring language support for immutability (MJC, JS, JA, BAM, SW, FS), pp. 736–747.
ICSE-2016-ErnstLMST
Locking discipline inference and checking (MDE, AL, DM, FS, JT), pp. 1133–1144.
GPCEGPCE-2016-KienzleMCA
Delaying decisions in variable concern hierarchies (JK, GM, PC, OA), pp. 93–103.
SLESLE-2016-Schwerter
Side effects take the blame (FBS), pp. 195–206.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2016-BornholtLCCSS
A DNA-Based Archival Storage System (JB, RL, DMC, LC, GS, KS), pp. 637–649.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2016-KupermanMNLGT
Paravirtual Remote I/O (YK, EM, JN, RL, AG, DT), pp. 49–65.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2016-Tsafrir
Synopsis of the ASPLOS '16 Wild and Crazy Ideas (WACI) Invited-Speakers Session (DT), pp. 291–294.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2016-Williams
Brain Inspired Computing (RSW), p. 295.
CASECASE-2016-ArabYYS
Motion planning for aggressive autonomous vehicle maneuvers (AA, KY, JY, DS), pp. 221–226.
CASECASE-2016-BrachtQSM
Dynamic cargo stability in loading and transportation of containers (ECB, TAdQ, RCSS, FKM), pp. 227–232.
CASECASE-2016-BurriHSWVGN
Dual-axis Cellular Force Microscope for mechanical characterization of living plant cells (JTB, CH, NS, XW, HV, UG, BJN), pp. 942–947.
CASECASE-2016-ChouYYS
Extrinsic calibration of a ground penetrating radar (CC, SHY, JY, DS), pp. 1326–1331.
CASECASE-2016-HanZ
Charging and discharging spaces-based current allocation in parallel-connected battery systems (WH, LZ), pp. 1209–1214.
CASECASE-2016-LittlefieldZKPS
Evaluating end-effector modalities for warehouse picking: A vacuum gripper vs a 3-finger underactuated hand (ZL, SZ, HK, ZP, RS, AK, AD, AFdS, KEB), pp. 1190–1195.
CASECASE-2016-MishraRMA
Battery-constrained coverage (SM, SR, MM, NMA), pp. 695–700.
CASECASE-2016-NishimuraFAW
New condition for tofu stable grasping with fluid fingertips (TN, YF, RA, TW), pp. 335–341.
CASECASE-2016-OgunmoluGJG
Vision-based control of a soft robot for maskless head and neck cancer radiotherapy (OPO, XG, SBJ, NRG), pp. 180–187.
CASECASE-2016-QinXSZL
Calibration with ball objects for telecentric micro-vision system (FQ, DX, FS, DZ, XL), pp. 948–953.
CASECASE-2016-RoyI
Surveying apple orchards with a monocular vision system (PR, VI), pp. 916–921.
CASECASE-2016-ShiHS
Two-stage flow shop with a batch processor and limited buffer (ZS, ZH, LS), pp. 395–400.
CASECASE-2016-SudarshanHLSB
Seismic surveying with drone-mounted geophones (SKVS, LH, CL, RRS, ATB), pp. 1354–1359.
CASECASE-2016-WuXPFZ
Unsupervised context discovery based on hierarchical fusion of heterogeneous features in real smart living environments (CLW, YX, SKP, LCF, YCZ), pp. 1106–1111.
CCCC-2016-BuchwaldLU
Verified construction of static single assignment form (SB, DL, SU0), pp. 67–76.
CCCC-2016-DemangeR
Mechanizing conventional SSA for a verified destruction with coalescing (DD, YFdR), pp. 77–87.
CCCC-2016-MollDH
Input space splitting for OpenCL (SM, JD, SH), pp. 251–260.
CGOCGO-2016-KojuCKO
Re-constructing high-level information for language-specific binary re-optimization (TK, RC, MK, MO), pp. 273–283.
ESOPESOP-2016-CaretteS
Computing with Semirings and Weak Rig Groupoids (JC, AS), pp. 123–148.
ESOPESOP-2016-EisenbergWA
Visible Type Application (RAE, SW, HGA), pp. 229–254.
ESOPESOP-2016-KeuchelWS
Needle & Knot: Binder Boilerplate Tied Up (SK, SW, TS), pp. 419–445.
ESOPESOP-2016-PedrotS
Classical By-Need (PMP, AS), pp. 616–643.
CSLCSL-2016-CoquandD
The Ackermann Award 2016 (TC, AD), p. 4.
CSLCSL-2016-DubutGG
The Directed Homotopy Hypothesis (JD, EG, JGL), p. 16.
CSLCSL-2016-Pratt-HartmannS
Quine's Fluted Fragment is Non-Elementary (IPH, WS, LT), p. 21.
IJCARIJCAR-2016-EbnerHRRWZ
System Description: GAPT 2.0 (GE, SH, GR, MR, SW, SZ), pp. 293–301.
IJCARIJCAR-2016-FarberB
Internal Guidance for Satallax (MF0, CEB), pp. 349–361.
IJCARIJCAR-2016-HoderR0V
Selecting the Selection (KH, GR, MS0, AV), pp. 313–329.
IJCARIJCAR-2016-KieslSTB
Super-Blocked Clauses (BK, MS, HT, AB), pp. 45–61.
IJCARIJCAR-2016-Ramanayake
Inducing Syntactic Cut-Elimination for Indexed Nested Sequents (RR), pp. 416–432.
IJCARIJCAR-2016-Sebastiani
Colors Make Theories Hard (RS), pp. 152–170.
ECSAECSA-2015-LewisL
Characterization of Cyber-Foraging Usage Contexts (GAL, PL), pp. 195–211.
DocEngDocEng-2015-GoncuM
Creating eBooks with Accessible Graphics Content (CG, KM), pp. 89–92.
DocEngDocEng-2015-IorioGPPV
Exploring Scholarly Papers Through Citations (ADI, RG, FP, SP, FV), pp. 107–116.
DocEngDocEng-2015-Kaplan
The Venice Time Machine (FK), p. 73.
DRRDRR-2015-XuS
Missing value imputation: with application to handwriting data (ZX, SNS).
JCDLJCDL-2015-AlamMN
Improving Accessibility of Archived Raster Dictionaries of Complex Script Languages (SA, FudBM, MLN), pp. 47–56.
JCDLJCDL-2015-BogelG
Time will Tell: Temporal Linking of News Stories (TB, MG), pp. 195–204.
JCDLJCDL-2015-BogenSAK
Organizational Strategies for Cultural Heritage Preservation (PLBI, KS, PA, UK), p. 289.
JCDLJCDL-2015-BuchananML
Where My Books Go: Choice and Place in Digital Reading (GB, DM, JL), pp. 17–26.
JCDLJCDL-2015-Skinner
Moving the Needle: From Innovation to Impact (KS), p. 3.
JCDLJCDL-2015-TibboH
Digital Data Curation Essentials for Data Scientists and Data Curators and Librarians (HRT, CH), pp. 293–294.
JCDLJCDL-2015-VakkariP
Result List Actions in Fiction Search (PV, JP), pp. 7–16.
PODSPODS-2015-AlvianoP
Default Negation for Non-Guarded Existential Rules (MA, AP), pp. 79–90.
PODSPODS-2015-CzerwinskiMPP
The (Almost) Complete Guide to Tree Pattern Containment (WC, WM, PP, MP), pp. 117–130.
PODSPODS-2015-GrahneMO
Recovering Exchanged Data (GG, AM, AO), pp. 105–116.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2015-ChenC
Diversity-Aware Top-k Publish/Subscribe for Text Stream (LC, GC), pp. 347–362.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2015-DudoladovXSKETM
Optimistic Recovery for Iterative Dataflows in Action (SD, CX, SS, AK, SE, KT, VM), pp. 1439–1443.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2015-GuptaATKPSS
Amazon Redshift and the Case for Simpler Data Warehouses (AG, DA, DT, JK, RP, SS, VS), pp. 1917–1923.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2015-KouUMG
Weighted Coverage based Reviewer Assignment (NMK, LHU, NM, ZG), pp. 2031–2046.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2015-LallaliAPP
A Secure Search Engine for the Personal Cloud (SL, NA, ISP, PP), pp. 1445–1450.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2015-MeglerM
Demonstrating “Data Near Here”: Scientific Data Search (VMM, DM), pp. 1075–1080.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2015-PantelaI
One Loop Does Not Fit All (SP, SI), pp. 2073–2074.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2015-Patel
From Data to Insights @ Bare Metal Speed (JMP), p. 1.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2015-TranMP
Oracle Workload Intelligence (QTT, KM, NP), pp. 1669–1681.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2015-Widom
Three Favorite Results (JW), p. 659.
TPDLTPDL-2015-AturbanNW
Quantifying Orphaned Annotations in Hypothes.is (MA, MLN, MCW), pp. 15–27.
TPDLTPDL-2015-CunninghamNHB
Digital News Resources: An Autoethnographic Study of News Encounters (SJC, DMN, AH, JB), pp. 84–96.
TPDLTPDL-2015-FernandesC
Study About the Capes Portal of E-Journals Non-users (WRF, BVC), pp. 347–350.
TPDLTPDL-2015-OdijkGSHBRO
Supporting Exploration of Historical Perspectives Across Collections (DO, CG, TS, LH, VdB, KR, JvO), pp. 238–251.
TPDLTPDL-2015-Shaw
Segmenting Oral History Transcripts (RS), pp. 326–329.
TPDLTPDL-2015-SofronijevicJS
A Proposal for Autonomous Scientific Publishing Agent (AS, AJ, DKS), pp. 360–363.
VLDBVLDB-2015-ElmoreDSBCGHHKK
A Demonstration of the BigDAWG Polystore System (AJE, JD, MS, MB, , VG, JH, BH, JK, TK, SM, DM, TGM, SP, JP, NT, MV, SZ), pp. 1908–1919.
VLDBVLDB-2015-FinisBK0MF
Indexing Highly Dynamic Hierarchical Data (JF, RB, AK, TN, NM, FF), pp. 986–997.
VLDBVLDB-2015-GatterbauerGKF
Linearized and Single-Pass Belief Propagation (WG, SG, DK, CF), pp. 581–592.
VLDBVLDB-2015-KrishnanWFGK
Stale View Cleaning: Getting Fresh Answers from Stale Materialized Views (SK, JW, MJF, KG, TK), pp. 1370–1381.
VLDBVLDB-2015-LiuRT0D
Aggregate Estimations over Location Based Services (WL, MFR, ST, NZ, GD), pp. 1334–1345.
VLDBVLDB-2015-LiuXPLZ
Finding Pareto Optimal Groups: Group-based Skyline (JL, LX, JP, JL, HZ), pp. 2086–2097.
VLDBVLDB-2015-ShuklaTRGSZSGWB
Schema-Agnostic Indexing with Azure DocumentDB (DS, ST, KR, MG, AS, SZ, KS, MGG, AW, SB, RF, MN, MK, JH, SS, JJL, DBL), pp. 1668–1679.
VLDBVLDB-2015-WangKSPZNRKS
Building a Replicated Logging System with Apache Kafka (GW, JK, SS, KP, MZ, NN, JR, JK, JS), pp. 1654–1665.
CSEETCSEET-2015-BoehmM
System Thinking: Educating T-Shaped Software Engineers (BWB, SKM), pp. 13–16.
EDMEDM-2015-AhnS
Behind the Scenes of Duolingo (LvA, MJS), p. 3.
EDMEDM-2015-BoubekkiBD
Generalising IRT to Discriminate Between Examinees (AB, UB, TD), pp. 604–605.
EDMEDM-2015-FalakmasirYRK
Spectral Bayesian Knowledge Tracing (MHF, MY, SR, KRK), pp. 360–363.
EDMEDM-2015-GalyardtG
Move your lamp post: Recent data reflects learner knowledge better than older data (AG, IMG), p. 25.
EDMEDM-2015-GoedeckeDSFRODG
Breaking Off Engagement: Readers' Cognitive Decoupling as a Function of Reader and Text Characteristics (PG, DD, GS, SF, EFR, AO, SKD, ACG), pp. 448–451.
EDMEDM-2015-KellyWTH
Defining Mastery: Knowledge Tracing Versus N- Consecutive Correct Responses (KMK, YW0, TT, NTH), pp. 630–631.
EDMEDM-2015-TenisonM
The Impact of Instructional Intervention and Practice on Help-Seeking Strategies within an ITS (CT, CJM), pp. 616–617.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2015-AdsheadBLS
Changing Culture: Educating the Next Computer Scientists (DA, CB, DL, PS), pp. 33–38.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2015-BarbaC
Tangible Media Approaches to Introductory Computer Science (EB, SC), pp. 207–212.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2015-ButlerMSSFW
Initiatives to Increase Engagement in First-Year ICT (MB, MM, JS, S, KEF, AW), pp. 308–313.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2015-EdwardsMS
Examining Classroom Interventions to Reduce Procrastination (SHE, JM, CAS), pp. 254–259.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2015-KloosAP
Tips and Techniques for MOOC Production (CDK, CAH, MPS), p. 329.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2015-LewisKMS
The Exploring Computer Science Course, Attendance and Math Achievement (DWL, LK, TM, MS), pp. 147–152.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2015-MellettiGD
The JaeOS Project and the μARM Emulator (MM, MG, RD), pp. 3–8.
SIGITESIGITE-2015-ChungISMW
Rebirth of IT Degree Program to Create Your Future Again (SC, TI, AS, NM, BW), pp. 159–160.
SIGITESIGITE-2015-DichevaD
CS/IT OER: Availability, Discoverability and Use (DD, CD), pp. 133–138.
SIGITESIGITE-2015-EugenioGAAHF
Worked-out Examples in a Computer Science Intelligent Tutoring System (BDE, NG, OA, MA, RH, DF), p. 121.
SIGITESIGITE-2015-HelpsEL
IT Capstone Course Structure for Success (CRGH, JJE, BML), pp. 27–32.
SIGITESIGITE-2015-KangHY
Pillars of Analytics Applied in MS Degree in Information Sciences and Technologies (JWK, EPH, QY), pp. 83–88.
SIGITESIGITE-2015-RoweMW
Systems Administration at the Graduate Level: Defining the Undefined (DCR, SM, LW), pp. 77–82.
SIGITESIGITE-2015-ShipmanB
Lab on a Stick (PS, RB), pp. 33–38.
SIGITESIGITE-2015-ZhengZL
Practicing and Evaluating Soft Skills in IT Capstone Projects (GZ, CZ, LL), pp. 109–113.
SIGITESIGITE-2015-Zilora
Industry-Emulated Projects in the Classroom (SJZ), pp. 115–119.
ICPCICPC-2015-BellerZK
The last line effect (MB, AZ, ANK), pp. 240–243.
ICPCICPC-2015-MinelliML15a
The plague doctor: a promising cure for the window plague (RM, AM, ML), pp. 182–185.
ICSMEICSME-2015-OyetoyanCT
A decision support system to refactor class cycles (TDO, DSC, CTN), pp. 231–240.
ICSMEICSME-2015-RomanoS
DUM-Tool (SR, GS), pp. 339–341.
MSRMSR-2015-RayNBNZ
The Uniqueness of Changes: Characteristics and Applications (BR, MN, CB, NN, TZ), pp. 34–44.
SANERSANER-2015-Debic
Checkpoint alpha (BD), p. 2.
SANERSANER-2015-JiangPWXZ
Summarizing Evolutionary Trajectory by Grouping and Aggregating relevant code changes (QJ, XP, HW, ZX, WZ), pp. 361–370.
SANERSANER-2015-Rahman
Investigating modern release engineering practices (MTR), pp. 607–608.
DLTDLT-2015-BannaiGIKKPPS
Diverse Palindromic Factorization Is NP-complete (HB, TG, SI, JK, DK, MP, SJP, SS), pp. 85–96.
ICALPICALP-v1-2015-AzarC
Serving in the Dark should be done Non-Uniformly (YA, IRC), pp. 91–102.
ICALPICALP-v1-2015-BjorklundKKZ
Spotting Trees with Few Leaves (AB, VK, LK, MZ), pp. 243–255.
ICALPICALP-v1-2015-CohenS
Zero-Fixing Extractors for Sub-Logarithmic Entropy (GC, IS), pp. 343–354.
ICALPICALP-v1-2015-CsehHK
Popular Matchings with Two-Sided Preferences and One-Sided Ties (ÁC, CCH, TK), pp. 367–379.
ICALPICALP-v1-2015-FaonioNV
Mind Your Coins: Fully Leakage-Resilient Signatures with Graceful Degradation (AF, JBN, DV), pp. 456–468.
ICALPICALP-v1-2015-GharibianS
Ground State Connectivity of Local Hamiltonians (SG, JS), pp. 617–628.
ICALPICALP-v1-2015-HansenKTZ
Hollow Heaps (TDH, HK, RET, UZ), pp. 689–700.
ICALPICALP-v1-2015-ThapperZ
Sherali-Adams Relaxations for Valued CSPs (JT, SZ), pp. 1058–1069.
ICALPICALP-v2-2015-AmarilliBS
Provenance Circuits for Trees and Treelike Instances (AA, PB, PS), pp. 56–68.
ICALPICALP-v2-2015-DahlgaardKR
A Simple and Optimal Ancestry Labeling Scheme for Trees (SD, MBTK, NR), pp. 564–574.
ICALPICALP-v2-2015-DubutGG
Natural Homology (JD, EG, JGL), pp. 171–183.
ICALPICALP-v2-2015-GiannakopoulosK
Selling Two Goods Optimally (YG, EK), pp. 650–662.
ICALPICALP-v2-2015-HaaseK
The Odds of Staying on Budget (CH, SK), pp. 234–246.
ICALPICALP-v2-2015-LohreyMP
Compressed Tree Canonization (ML, SM, FP), pp. 337–349.
ICALPICALP-v2-2015-MazzaT
Parsimonious Types and Non-uniform Computation (DM, KT), pp. 350–361.
ICALPICALP-v2-2015-Raykov
Broadcast from Minicast Secure Against General Adversaries (PR), pp. 701–712.
LATALATA-2015-BaillyDR
Recognizable Series on Hypergraphs (RB, FD, GR), pp. 639–651.
LATALATA-2015-BoassonC
Rational Selecting Relations and Selectors (LB, OC), pp. 716–726.
LATALATA-2015-LeupoldH
A Hierarchy of Transducing Observer Systems (PL, NH), pp. 727–738.
LATALATA-2015-LopezN
Coding Non-orientable Laminations (LML, PN), pp. 340–352.
LATALATA-2015-SulzmannT
Derivatives for Regular Shuffle Expressions (MS, PT), pp. 275–286.
FMFM-2015-QuatmannJDWAKB
Counterexamples for Expected Rewards (TQ, NJ, CD, RW, , JPK, BB), pp. 435–452.
RTARTA-2015-BaaderBM
Dismatching and Local Disunification in EL (FB, SB, BM), pp. 40–56.
RTARTA-2015-NageleZ
Certified Rule Labeling (JN, HZ), pp. 269–284.
HaskellHaskell-2015-ElliottPWHBSSL
Guilt free ivory (TE, LP, SW, PCH, JB, JS, ELS, JL), pp. 189–200.
HaskellHaskell-2015-Morris
Variations on variants (JGM), pp. 71–81.
AIIDEAIIDE-2015-AversaSV
Path Planning with Inventory-Driven Jump-Point-Search (DA, SS, SV), pp. 2–8.
AIIDEAIIDE-2015-BaileyTUKN
Path Planning on Grids: The Effect of Vertex Placement on Path Length (JB0, CAT, TU, SK, AN), pp. 108–114.
AIIDEAIIDE-2015-Horswill
MKULTRA (Demo) (IDH), pp. 223–226.
AIIDEAIIDE-2015-KivesWB
Evaluating the Pairwise Event Salience Hypothesis in Indexter (CK, SGW, LJB), pp. 30–36.
AIIDEAIIDE-2015-MariusdottirBB
Maximizing Flow as a Metacontrol in Angband (TMM, VB, MRB), pp. 149–155.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2015-Gal-OzZ
Embracing Cheating in Gamified Fitness Applications (AGO, OZ), pp. 535–540.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2015-HolzerVGBBG
Uncomfortable yet Fun Messaging with Chachachat (AH, AV, SG, HB, AB, DG), pp. 547–552.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2015-LeeWJH
Flow during Individual and Co-operative Gameplay (CL, PW, DMJ0, JVH), pp. 103–107.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2015-SchagenGLLCB
Super Starfish Mania: Fish for Friends (JvS, MG, JdL, BL, NC, RB), pp. 787–790.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2015-SchmitzFA
Expressing Emotions With Synthetic Affect Bursts (MS0, BCOFF, MA), pp. 91–95.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2015-Twist
Keynote Talk (JT), p. 395.
CoGCIG-2015-BrownQ
Systems for player reputation with NPC agents (JAB, QQ), pp. 546–547.
CoGCIG-2015-CauwetTCSLYLW
Depth, balancing, and limits of the Elo model (MLC, OT, TC, AS, HML, SJY, HHL, ICW), pp. 376–382.
CoGCIG-2015-CazenaveLT
The rectangular seeds of Domineering (TC, JL0, OT), pp. 530–531.
CoGCIG-2015-LiangWW
Job-level UCT search for solving Hex (XL, TW, ICW), pp. 222–229.
DiGRADiGRA-2015-Bienia
Costume Agency in German Larp (RB).
DiGRADiGRA-2015-CarterBWM
EVE is Real (MC, KB, NW, OM).
DiGRADiGRA-2015-JamesF
Defining the Global Ludo Polychotomy (BJ, BF).
DiGRADiGRA-2015-RogersonGS
Digitising Boardgames: Issues and Tensions (MJR, MRG, WS).
FDGFDG-2015-AbelaLY
The Coralize Tool for Creating Underwater Environments (RA, AL, GNY).
FDGFDG-2015-DebeauvaisL
Gate Me If You Can: The Impact of Gating Mechanics on Retention and Revenues in Jelly Splash (TD, CVL).
FDGFDG-2015-MurrayCC
Something In The Way We Move: Quantifying patterns of exploration in virtual spaces (JM, EC, CC).
FDGFDG-2015-ProokJG
The Negative Effects of Praise and Flattery (JP, DPJ, SG).
FDGFDG-2015-SchutterP
Return of the Gradequest - Evaluating the Third Iteration of a Gameful Course (BDS, SP).
FDGFDG-2015-TaylorPP
Comparing Player Attention on Procedurally Generated vs. Hand Crafted Sokoban Levels with an Auditory Stroop Test (JT, IP, TDP).
FDGFDG-2015-TottenMGA
Bug-fixing Game-like Syllabi: Evaluating Common Issues and Iterating New Pedagogical Mechanics (CT, JM, LG, SA).
CoGVS-Games-2015-LiangCKZJ
Puppet Narrator: Utilizing Motion Sensing Technology in Storytelling for Young Children (HL, JC, IKK, JJZ0, PJ), pp. 1–8.
CHICHI-2015-AhmedMJ
Residual Mobilities: Infrastructural Displacement and Post-Colonial Computing in Bangladesh (SIA, NJM, SJJ), pp. 437–446.
CHICHI-2015-AworiVS
Transnationalism, Indigenous Knowledge and Technology: Insights from the Kenyan Diaspora (KA, FV, WS), pp. 3759–3768.
CHICHI-2015-Baumer15a
Usees (EPSB), pp. 3295–3298.
CHICHI-2015-CrivellaroCDBWO
Contesting the City: Enacting the Political Through Digitally Supported Urban Walks (CC, RC, MDR, SJB, PCW, PO), pp. 2853–2862.
CHICHI-2015-DuCZL
Trajectory Bundling for Animated Transitions (FD, NC, JZ, YRL), pp. 289–298.
CHICHI-2015-FlinthamVWABBPP
Run Spot Run: Capturing and Tagging Footage of a Race by Crowds of Spectators (MDF, RV, MLW, EJA, SB, AB, TP, DP, JS), pp. 747–756.
CHICHI-2015-FourneyWH
Exploring Time-Dependent Concerns about Pregnancy and Childbirth from Search Logs (AF, RWW, EH), pp. 737–746.
CHICHI-2015-GreenBNSBCSWO
Beyond Participatory Production: Digitally Supporting Grassroots Documentary (DPG, SJB, CN, GS, TB, CC, AS, PCW, PO), pp. 3157–3166.
CHICHI-2015-HarboeH
Real-World Affinity Diagramming Practices: Bridging the Paper-Digital Gap (GH, EMH), pp. 95–104.
CHICHI-2015-JalalMM
Color Portraits: From Color Picking to Interacting with Color (GJ, NM, WEM), pp. 4207–4216.
CHICHI-2015-KjeldskovSPLMN
Eco-Forecasting for Domestic Electricity Use (JK, MBS, JP, DL, TM, MN), pp. 1985–1988.
CHICHI-2015-LeivaSCH0
Text Entry on Tiny QWERTY Soft Keyboards (LAL, ASS, AC, NH, AS), pp. 669–678.
CHICHI-2015-LyuLZYMWSK
Measuring Photoplethysmogram-Based Stress-Induced Vascular Response Index to Assess Cognitive Load and Stress (YL, XL, JZ, CY, CM, TW, YS, KiK), pp. 857–866.
CHICHI-2015-MalacriaAQCCR
Push-Edge and Slide-Edge: Scrolling by Pushing Against the Viewport Edge (SM, JA, PQ, GC, AC, NR), pp. 2773–2776.
CHICHI-2015-MuellerM
Jogging with a Quadcopter (F'M, MM), pp. 2023–2032.
CHICHI-2015-Nancel0L
Clutching Is Not (Necessarily) the Enemy (MN, DV, EL), pp. 4199–4202.
CHICHI-2015-NeateJE
Mediating Attention for Second Screen Companion Content (TN, MJ, ME), pp. 3103–3106.
CHICHI-2015-ObristSGLC
Emotions Mediated Through Mid-Air Haptics (MO, SS, EG, BL, TC), pp. 2053–2062.
CHICHI-2015-PritchardVO
Your Money’s No Good Here: The Elimination of Cash Payment on London Buses (GWP, JV, PO), pp. 907–916.
CHICHI-2015-RandallDL
Creating Sustainable Cyberinfrastructures (DPR, EID, CPL), pp. 1759–1768.
CHICHI-2015-ReevesGFBART
I’d Hide You: Performing Live Broadcasting in Public (SR, CG, MF, SB, MA, JRF, NT), pp. 2573–2582.
CHICHI-2015-RosnerSFC
Walking by Drawing (DKR, HS, JF, AC), pp. 397–406.
CHICHI-2015-SahooPS
Control of Non-Solid Diffusers by Electrostatic Charging (DRS, DMP, SS), pp. 11–14.
CHICHI-2015-SalehiIBAOMC
We Are Dynamo: Overcoming Stalling and Friction in Collective Action for Crowd Workers (NS, LI, MSB, AA, EO, KM, C), pp. 1621–1630.
CHICHI-2015-ShihBHC
Unequal Time for Unequal Value: Implications of Differing Motivations for Participation in Timebanking (PCS, VB, KH, JMC), pp. 1075–1084.
CHICHI-2015-Tajadura-Jimenez
As Light as your Footsteps: Altering Walking Sounds to Change Perceived Body Weight, Emotional State and Gait (ATJ, MB, OD, MF, NM, NBB), pp. 2943–2952.
CHICHI-2015-TixierL
Looking for Respite and Support: Technological Opportunities for Spousal Caregivers (MT, ML), pp. 1155–1158.
CHICHI-2015-ToombsBB
The Proper Care and Feeding of Hackerspaces: Care Ethics and Cultures of Making (ALT, SB, JB), pp. 629–638.
CHICHI-2015-VashisthaCBT
Sangeet Swara: A Community-Moderated Voice Forum in Rural India (AV, EC, GB, WT), pp. 417–426.
CHICHI-2015-WatkinsSL
Digital Collections and Digital Collecting Practices (RDW, AS, SEL), pp. 3423–3432.
CHICHI-2015-ZezschwitzLJH
Easy to Draw, but Hard to Trace?: On the Observability of Grid-based (Un)lock Patterns (EvZ, ADL, PJ, HH), pp. 2339–2342.
CSCWCSCW-2015-BrownMM
Searchable Objects: Search in Everyday Conversation (BATB, MM, DM), pp. 508–517.
CSCWCSCW-2015-GelleyJ
Do I Need To Follow You?: Examining the Utility of The Pinterest Follow Mechanism (BG, AJ), pp. 1751–1762.
CSCWCSCW-2015-HeymanA
Computer Support for Financial Advisors and Their Clients: Co-creating an Investment Plan (SH, HA), pp. 1313–1323.
CSCWCSCW-2015-HindsRC
In the Flow, Being Heard, and Having Opportunities: Sources of Power and Power Dynamics in Global Teams (PJH, DR, CDC), pp. 864–875.
CSCWCSCW-2015-JafarinaimiM
Collective Intelligence or Group Think?: Engaging Participation Patterns in World without Oil (NJ, EMM), pp. 1872–1881.
CSCWCSCW-2015-KilicHS
Coercing into Completeness in Financial Advisory Service Encounters (MK, PH, GS), pp. 1324–1335.
CSCWCSCW-2015-Lindley
Making Time (SEL), pp. 1442–1452.
CSCWCSCW-2015-Pierson
Outnumbered but Well-Spoken: Female Commenters in the New York Times (EP), pp. 1201–1213.
CSCWCSCW-2015-RinglandWDH
Making “Safe”: Community-Centered Practices in a Virtual World Dedicated to Children with Autism (KER, CTW, LD, GRH), pp. 1788–1800.
CSCWCSCW-2015-SteinhardtJ
Anticipation Work: Cultivating Vision in Collective Practice (SBS, SJJ), pp. 443–453.
CSCWCSCW-2015-TorkilsheyggiH
Visible but Unseen?: A Workplace Study of Blood-Test Icons on Electronic Emergency-Department Whiteboards (AáT, MH), pp. 798–807.
CSCWCSCW-2015-VashisthaCT
Increasing the Reach of Snowball Sampling: The Impact of Fixed versus Lottery Incentives (AV, EC, WT), pp. 1359–1363.
CSCWCSCW-2015-VenerandiQCQS
Measuring Urban Deprivation from User Generated Content (AV, GQ, LC, DQ, DST), pp. 254–264.
CSCWCSCW-2015-WeirKGM
Learnersourcing Subgoal Labels for How-to Videos (SAW, JK, KZG, RCM), pp. 405–416.
CSCWCSCW-2015-WhiteP
Expertise in the Wired Wild West (JIW, LP), pp. 662–675.
HCIDHM-EH-2015-IkenoboMK
Usefulness of Ikebana a Nursing Care Environment (YI, YM, AK), pp. 441–447.
HCIDHM-EH-2015-LiaoYTYGYOH
An Investigation of Caregiver’s Fatigue During Nursing Work in China (ML, YY, YT, TY, AG, TY, TO, HH), pp. 455–464.
HCIDHM-EH-2015-NakamuraYTLK
The Digital Reminiscence Method: Effect on Dementia in Japanese Day Care Centers (MN, TY, KT, ML, NK), pp. 482–489.
HCIDHM-EH-2015-YamamotoABKGO
Caregiver’s Eye Gaze and Field of View Presumption Method During Bathing Care in Elderly Facility (AY, TA, HCBJ, NK, AG, TO), pp. 524–532.
HCIDHM-HM-2015-FujiwaraSKFETY
Light Transmission Properties of Insert Molded GFRPs with Different Crape Structure of Silk Fabrics (KF, ES, TK, TF, AE, YT, YY), pp. 267–276.
HCIDHM-HM-2015-IkemotoMTGH
Effects of Spray Gun Handling of Automobile Repair on Carrier of Car Mechanic (SI, KM, YT, AG, HH), pp. 289–298.
HCIDHM-HM-2015-SuzukiKTGH
An Investigation on Skillful Gel-Coat Techniques and its Application to Beginner’s Application (ES, TK, YT, AG, HH), pp. 182–191.
HCIDHM-HM-2015-TakamiTSSH
Omotenashi in the Japanese Bridal Market (ST, AT, TS, MS, HH), pp. 411–418.
HCIDUXU-DD-2015-BystrickyB
The Cold Desert of Software Reality (JB, JB), pp. 3–11.
HCIDUXU-DD-2015-LewisUM
Investigating the Correspondence Between UMUX-LITE and SUS Scores (JRL, BSU, DEM), pp. 204–211.
HCIDUXU-DD-2015-SakamotoN
Incorporating Fictionality into the Real World with Transmedia Storytelling (MS, TN), pp. 654–665.
HCIDUXU-IXD-2015-GomesFL
Antique School Furniture, New Technological Features Needs (AG, EF, LL), pp. 185–196.
HCIDUXU-IXD-2015-Khashman
Cultural Reflections in Qatari Government Websites (NK), pp. 54–62.
HCIDUXU-IXD-2015-Pauzie
Head Up Display in Automotive: A New Reality for the Driver (AP), pp. 505–516.
HCIDUXU-IXD-2015-SuzukiCTO
Hidden Presence: Sensing Occupancy and Extracting Value from Occupancy Data (LS, PC, TT, GCO), pp. 412–424.
HCIDUXU-UI-2015-ChammasQM
Children’s Mental Model as a Tool to Provide Innovation in Digital Products (AC, MQ, CRM), pp. 23–33.
HCIDUXU-UI-2015-TribeOBKVWKVW
Tattoo Antenna Temporary Transfers Operating On-Skin (TATTOOS) (JT, DO, JCB, NK, DMSV, AAW, RK, KV, WW), pp. 685–695.
HCIHCI-IT-2015-DavidC
Living Among Screens in the City (BD, RC), pp. 509–518.
HCIHCI-IT-2015-KinemuchiKY
Synchronization Between Utterance Rhythm and Body Movement in a Two-Person Greeting (KK, HK, TY), pp. 305–316.
HCIHCI-UC-2015-GofukuFU
Some Investigations of Fukushima Dai-ichi Accidents from the Viewpoints of Human Factors (AG, HF, HU), pp. 314–326.
HCIHIMI-IKC-2015-AoyagiKYW
Hand-Raising Robot for Promoting Active Participation in Classrooms (SA, RK, MY, TW), pp. 275–284.
HCIHIMI-IKC-2015-ChangH15b
Next Step of Cultural and Creative Products — Embracing Users Creativity (CLC, MHH), pp. 409–419.
HCIHIMI-IKC-2015-Coelho
Association of National Dimensions of Culture with Perceived Public Sector Corruption (DAC), pp. 420–427.
HCIHIMI-IKC-2015-GavishN
The Effect of Timing When Introducing a Decision Aid in a Decision Support System for Supply Chain Management (NG, HN), pp. 101–108.
HCIHIMI-IKC-2015-HingBH
Parking Autonomous Skids (JH, RB, KH), pp. 557–568.
HCIHIMI-IKC-2015-KatoHT
Innovation Compass: Integrated System to Support Creativity in Both Individuals and Groups (YK, TH, ST), pp. 476–487.
HCIHIMI-IKC-2015-KinoeM
Situational Transformation of Personal Space (YK, NM), pp. 15–24.
HCIHIMI-IKC-2015-TanikawaOKNH
Virtual Bogie: Exhibition System to Understand Mechanism of Bogie with Digital Display Case (TT, HO, RK, TN, MH), pp. 634–645.
HCIHIMI-IKD-2015-AinoyaKT
Proposal of New Lighting Which Combined Functionality of Street Light and Outdoor Light (TA, KK, AT), pp. 491–499.
HCIHIMI-IKD-2015-BarberB
Effects of Tacton Names and Learnability (DB, CB), pp. 335–344.
HCIHIMI-IKD-2015-HilanoY
Increase and Decrease of Optical Illusion Strength By Vibration (TH, KY), pp. 366–373.
HCIHIMI-IKD-2015-YamamotoYK
Study of Haptics and Tactile Sense of the Direction of Movement (SY, YY, DK), pp. 477–487.
HCIHIMI-IKD-2015-YamamotoYKTK
Proposal of Advance Care Planning Support System (SY, TY, CK, MT, TK), pp. 560–568.
HCILCT-2015-RiveiroDKJB
Supporting Golf Coaching and Swing Instruction with Computer-Based Training Systems (MR, AD, RK, UJ, PB), pp. 279–290.
ICEISICEIS-v1-2015-BousdekisMAM
Supporting the Selection of Prognostic-based Decision Support Methods in Manufacturing (AB, BM, DA, GM), pp. 487–494.
ICEISICEIS-v1-2015-SilvaBZ
Indirect Normative Conflict — Conflict that Depends on the Application Domain (VTdS, CB, JdOZ), pp. 452–461.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2015-RumbelowBR
An Australian Ski Resort System (KR, PB, DR), pp. 65–70.
CIKMCIKM-2015-AlyoubiHW
Ordering Selection Operators Under Partial Ignorance (KHA, SH, PTW), pp. 1521–1530.
CIKMCIKM-2015-BastH
More Accurate Question Answering on Freebase (HB, EH), pp. 1431–1440.
CIKMCIKM-2015-DeveaudAMO
Experiments with a Venue-Centric Model for Personalisedand Time-Aware Venue Suggestion (RD, MDA, CM, IO), pp. 53–62.
CIKMCIKM-2015-HuDWSW
Search Result Diversification Based on Hierarchical Intents (SH, ZD, XJW, TS, JRW), pp. 63–72.
CIKMCIKM-2015-KharitonovMSO
Generalized Team Draft Interleaving (EK, CM, PS, IO), pp. 773–782.
CIKMCIKM-2015-LeroyAGM
Building Representative Composite Items (VL0, SAY, ÉG, SHM), pp. 1421–1430.
CIKMCIKM-2015-LiCDYZZ0Z
Sampling Big Trajectory Data (YL, CYC, KD, MY, JZ, JDZ, QY0, ZLZ), pp. 941–950.
CIKMCIKM-2015-LiPCYLK
Where you Instagram?: Associating Your Instagram Photos with Points of Interest (XL, TANP, GC, QY0, XL0, SK), pp. 1231–1240.
CIKMCIKM-2015-PrasojoKN
Entity and Aspect Extraction for Organizing News Comments (REP, MK, WN), pp. 233–242.
CIKMCIKM-2015-SongHL15a
Node Immunization over Infectious Period (CS, WH, MLL), pp. 831–840.
CIKMCIKM-2015-ZhouZJXS
Making Sense of Spatial Trajectories (XZ0, KZ0, HJ, JX, SWS), pp. 671–672.
ECIRECIR-2015-Arguello
Improving Aggregated Search Coherence (JA), pp. 25–36.
ECIRECIR-2015-FoleyA
Retrieving Time from Scanned Books (JF, JA), pp. 221–232.
ECIRECIR-2015-JonesSTMS
Different Rankers on Different Subcollections (TJ, FS, AT, SM, MS), pp. 203–208.
ECIRECIR-2015-KuytenBHPA
A Discourse Search Engine Based on Rhetorical Structure Theory (PK, DB, BH, HP, KA), pp. 80–91.
ECIRECIR-2015-SoldainiCYGF
Retrieving Medical Literature for Clinical Decision Support (LS, AC, AY, NG, OF), pp. 538–549.
ICMLICML-2015-FercoqGS
Mind the duality gap: safer rules for the Lasso (OF, AG, JS), pp. 333–342.
ICMLICML-2015-GongZSTG
Discovering Temporal Causal Relations from Subsampled Data (MG, KZ, BS, DT, PG), pp. 1898–1906.
ICMLICML-2015-HanawalSVM
Cheap Bandits (MKH, VS, MV, RM), pp. 2133–2142.
ICMLICML-2015-HayashiMF
Rebuilding Factorized Information Criterion: Asymptotically Accurate Marginal Likelihood (KH, SiM, RF), pp. 1358–1366.
ICMLICML-2015-HugginsT
Risk and Regret of Hierarchical Bayesian Learners (JH, JT), pp. 1442–1451.
ICMLICML-2015-MiyauchiIFK
Threshold Influence Model for Allocating Advertising Budgets (AM, YI, TF, NK), pp. 1395–1404.
ICMLICML-2015-NockPF
Rademacher Observations, Private Data, and Boosting (RN, GP, AF), pp. 948–956.
ICMLICML-2015-RalaivolaA
Entropy-Based Concentration Inequalities for Dependent Variables (LR, MRA), pp. 2436–2444.
ICMLICML-2015-WinnerBS
Inference in a Partially Observed Queuing Model with Applications in Ecology (KW, GB, DS), pp. 2512–2520.
ICMLICML-2015-XuRYLJ
Deep Edge-Aware Filters (LX, JR, QY, RL, JJ), pp. 1669–1678.
KDDKDD-2015-AmsalegCFGHKN
Estimating Local Intrinsic Dimensionality (LA, OC, TF, SG, MEH, KiK, MN), pp. 29–38.
KDDKDD-2015-CheKLBL
Deep Computational Phenotyping (ZC, DCK, WL, MTB, YL), pp. 507–516.
KDDKDD-2015-ChenXZX
Differentially Private High-Dimensional Data Publication via Sampling-Based Inference (RC, QX, YZ, JX), pp. 129–138.
KDDKDD-2015-FeldmanFMSV
Certifying and Removing Disparate Impact (MF, SAF, JM, CS, SV), pp. 259–268.
KDDKDD-2015-FlaxmanWS
Who Supported Obama in 2012?: Ecological Inference through Distribution Regression (SRF, YXW, AJS), pp. 289–298.
KDDKDD-2015-GaoJOW
Selective Hashing: Closing the Gap between Radius Search and k-NN Search (JG, HVJ, BCO, SW), pp. 349–358.
KDDKDD-2015-HasanW
Data Science at Visa (WH, MW), p. 1627.
KDDKDD-2015-HohnholdOT
Focusing on the Long-term: It’s Good for Users and Business (HH, DO, DT), pp. 1849–1858.
KDDKDD-2015-LiT
The Child is Father of the Man: Foresee the Success at the Early Stage (LL, HT), pp. 655–664.
KDDKDD-2015-QinLCZ
Locally Densest Subgraph Discovery (LQ, RHL, LC, CZ), pp. 965–974.
KDDKDD-2015-Shokoohi-Yekta0
Discovery of Meaningful Rules in Time Series (MSY, YC, BJLC, BH, JZ, EJK), pp. 1085–1094.
KDDKDD-2015-Sirosh
Clouded Intelligence (JS), p. 1635.
KDDKDD-2015-VanchinathanMRK
Discovering Valuable items from Massive Data (HPV, AM, CAR, DK, AK), pp. 1195–1204.
KDDKDD-2015-VattikondaKZDGS
Interpreting Advertiser Intent in Sponsored Search (BCV, SK, HZ, VD, SG, ACS), pp. 2177–2185.
KDDKDD-2015-YangSTML
Entity Matching across Heterogeneous Sources (YY, YS, JT, BM, JZL), pp. 1395–1404.
KDDKDD-2015-ZhangYL
Organizational Chart Inference (JZ, PSY, YL), pp. 1435–1444.
RecSysRecSys-2015-CharlinRMB
Dynamic Poisson Factorization (LC, RR, JM, DMB), pp. 155–162.
RecSysRecSys-2015-WaymanM
Nudging Grocery Shoppers to Make Healthier Choices (EW, SM), pp. 289–292.
SEKESEKE-2015-XuZHX
A Balanced Method for Budgeted Influence Maximization (XX, YZ, QH, CX), pp. 250–255.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-AllegrettiMHPJP
When Relevance Judgement is Happening?: An EEG-based Study (MA, YM, MH, FEP, JMJ, GP), pp. 719–722.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-AzarbonyadDMK
Time-Aware Authorship Attribution for Short Text Streams (HA, MD, MM, JK), pp. 727–730.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-BastBH
Relevance Scores for Triples from Type-Like Relations (HB, BB, EH), pp. 243–252.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-LeeCM
Inter-Category Variation in Location Search (CJL, NC, VPM), pp. 863–866.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-LvF
In Situ Insights (YL, AF), pp. 655–664.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-MoranL
Regularised Cross-Modal Hashing (SM, VL), pp. 907–910.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-Murdock
Location in Search (VM), p. 1083.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-Nunzio
Shiny on Your Crazy Diagonal (GMDN), pp. 1031–1032.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-RahmanW
Exploring Opportunities to Facilitate Serendipity in Search (AR, MLW), pp. 939–942.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-Shen
Lower Search Cost (DS), p. 1087.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-YangN
Leveraging Procedural Knowledge for Task-oriented Search (ZY, EN), pp. 513–522.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-ZhangSTSWL
Compact Snippet Caching for Flash-based Search Engines (RZ, PS, JT, RJS, GW, XL), pp. 1015–1018.
MoDELSMoDELS-2015-Murphy
Software supply chains (GCM), p. 2.
ECOOPECOOP-2015-KloosMV
Asynchronous Liquid Separation Types (JK, RM, VV), pp. 396–420.
OnwardOnward-2015-ChisNSG
The moldable inspector (AC, ON, AS, TG), pp. 44–60.
OnwardOnward-2015-NguyenK
The cuneiform tablets of 2015 (LTN, AK), pp. 297–307.
OnwardOnward-2015-Petricek
Against a universal definition of “Type” (TP), pp. 254–266.
OnwardOnward-2015-West
The Cuban software revolution: 2016¿2025 (DMW), pp. 267–281.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2015-0001SCA
Conditionally correct superoptimization (RS, ES, BRC, AA), pp. 147–162.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2015-WangPW
Vectorization of apply to reduce interpretation overhead of R (HW, DAP, PW), pp. 400–415.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2015-WickersonBBD
Remote-scope promotion: clarified, rectified, and verified (JW, MB, BMB, AFD), pp. 731–747.
AdaEuropeAdaEurope-2015-BalazsBBHKPRSSS
The Central on-Board Computer of the Philae Lander in the Context of the Rosetta Space Mission (AB, AB, HB, IH, OK, ZP, JR, WS, PS, JS, SS, LV), pp. 18–30.
LOPSTRLOPSTR-2015-AlvesBF
A Typed Language for Events (SA, SB, MF), pp. 107–123.
LOPSTRLOPSTR-2015-IsmailSA
CHR in Action (AI, NS, SA), pp. 365–383.
PLDIPLDI-2015-SiekTW
Blame and coercion: together again for the first time (JGS, PT, PW), pp. 425–435.
POPLPOPL-2015-Lee
Coding by Everyone, Every Day (PL), p. 485.
REFSQREFSQ-2015-AliJPMM
The Emerging Requirement for Digital Addiction Labels (RA, NJ, KP, SM, JM), pp. 198–213.
ASEASE-2015-CohenM
Have We Seen Enough Traces? (T) (HC, SM), pp. 93–103.
ASEASE-2015-NarasimhanR
Copy and Paste Redeemed (T) (KN, CR), pp. 630–640.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2015-AllamanisBBS
Suggesting accurate method and class names (MA, ETB, CB, CAS), pp. 38–49.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2015-BordingBP
Comprehensive service matching with MatchBox (PB, MB, MCP), pp. 974–977.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2015-EichbergHMG
Hidden truths in dead software paths (ME, BH, MM, LG), pp. 474–484.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2015-Janjua
OnSpot system: test impact visibility during code edits in real software (MUJ), pp. 994–997.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2015-XiongH0ZZL
Inner oracles: input-specific assertions on internal states (YX, DH, LZ, TZ, MZ, TL), pp. 902–905.
ICSEICSE-v1-2015-CarzanigaMP
Measuring Software Redundancy (AC, AM, MP), pp. 156–166.
ICSEICSE-v1-2015-GopanDNNLM
Data-Delineation in Software Binaries and its Application to Buffer-Overrun Discovery (DG, ED, DN, DN, AL, DM), pp. 145–155.
ICSEICSE-v2-2015-BoehmM
System Thinking: Educating T-Shaped Software Engineers (BWB, SKM), pp. 333–342.
ICSEICSE-v2-2015-ChitchyanCR
Engineering Sustainability Through Language (RC, WC, AR), pp. 501–504.
ICSEICSE-v2-2015-Devanbu
New Initiative: The Naturalness of Software (PTD), pp. 543–546.
SACSAC-2015-BuenoAFASC
Selfie cafe: socialization in public spaces (AOB, JCA, VF, JCA, CS, DC), pp. 163–168.
SACSAC-2015-CarlucciCM
HTTP over UDP: an experimental investigation of QUIC (GC, LDC, SM), pp. 609–614.
SACSAC-2015-DiasSACNL
Improving the kicking accuracy in a soccer robot (RD, JMS, JLA, BC, AJRN, NL), pp. 295–300.
SACSAC-2015-FrankM0
Alternating model trees (EF, MM, SK), pp. 871–878.
SACSAC-2015-KaplanisKSMT
HB+tree: use hadoop and HBase even your data isn’t that big (AK, MK, SS, CM, GT), pp. 973–980.
SACSAC-2015-KokoschkaPS
A reputation system supporting unlinkable, yet authorized expert ratings (AK, RP, CS), pp. 2320–2327.
SACSAC-2015-PaakkonenP
The implications of disk-based RAID and virtualization for write-intensive services (PP, DP), pp. 2288–2291.
SACSAC-2015-PedrosaTB
Shape description based on bag of salience points (GVP, AJMT, CAZB), pp. 74–79.
SLESLE-2015-Pearce
The whiley rewrite language (WyRL) (DJP), pp. 161–166.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2015-Banavar
Watson and the Era of Cognitive Computing (GB), p. 413.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2015-OmoteSK
Improving Agility and Elasticity in Bare-metal Clouds (YO, TS, KK), pp. 145–159.
CASECASE-2015-BjorkenstamCL
Exploiting sparsity in the discrete mechanics and optimal control method with application to human motion planning (SB, JSC, BL), pp. 769–774.
CASECASE-2015-BrundageCALH
Evaluating and reducing production impact on HVAC cooling load (MPB, QC, JA, JL, TH), pp. 212–217.
CASECASE-2015-DafleMSRR
A two-phase gripper to reorient and grasp (NCD, MTM, HS, GFR, AR), pp. 1249–1255.
CASECASE-2015-HuZW
Direct computation of minimal rotation for support slimming (KH, XZ, CCLW), pp. 936–941.
CASECASE-2015-LatulippeM
Dipole field controlled micro- and nanomanipulation (ML, SM), pp. 1601–1607.
CASECASE-2015-LuW
Human-directed robot motion/force control for contact tasks in unstructured environments (LL, JTW), pp. 1165–1170.
CASECASE-2015-Qiu
Environmental impact of sharing inland transportation in a dry port system (XQ), pp. 261–263.
CASECASE-2015-ShiZLGF
Weld pool oscillation frequency in pulsed gas tungsten arc welding with varying weld penetration (YS, GZ, CL, YG, DF), pp. 401–406.
CASECASE-2015-ToneS
Deforming control for object transportation with ferrofluid-based sheet-type soft robot (TT, KS), pp. 1171–1176.
CASECASE-2015-XuZYH
Cloud Asset-enabled Prefabrication Transportation Service for public housing production in Hong Kong (GX, RYZ, HY, GQH), pp. 1497–1502.
CASECASE-2015-YuWZ
From passive demand response to proactive demand participation (NY, TW, QZ), pp. 1300–1306.
CASECASE-2015-YuYXZ
Magnetic control of AMB-1 magnetotactic bacteria for micromanipulation (JY, HY, TX, LZ), pp. 1614–1619.
CASECASE-2015-ZhaoCWCJZ15a
Showcase for a satisfaction based group comfort control system (QZ, ZC, FW, ZC, YJ, ZZ), pp. 697–698.
CGOCGO-2015-SrinivasDK
Reactive tiling (JS, WD, MTK), pp. 91–102.
DACDAC-2015-ChengZZ0SI
Core vs. uncore: the heart of darkness (HYC, JZ, JZ, YX, JS, MJI), p. 6.
DACDAC-2015-DunbarQ
A practical circuit fingerprinting method utilizing observability don’t care conditions (CD, GQ), p. 6.
DACDAC-2015-HeyseS
Avoiding transitional effects in dynamic circuit specialisation on FPGAs (KH, DS), p. 6.
DACDAC-2015-KimLRJR
Vibration-based secure side channel for medical devices (YK, WSL, VR, NKJ, AR), p. 6.
DACDAC-2015-OuTLWC
Layout-dependent-effects-aware analytical analog placement (HCO, KHT, JYL, IPW, YWC), p. 6.
DACDAC-2015-VatanparvarF
Battery lifetime-aware automotive climate control for electric vehicles (KV, MAAF), p. 6.
DACDAC-2015-XieLXCJJ
Jump test for metallic CNTs in CNFET-based SRAM (FX, XL, QX, KC, NJ, LJ), p. 6.
DACDAC-2015-YuUK
Leveraging on-chip voltage regulators as a countermeasure against side-channel attacks (WY, OAU, SK), p. 6.
DATEDATE-2015-BrachtendorfB
Initial transient response of oscillators with long settling time (HGB, KB), pp. 1162–1167.
DATEDATE-2015-CasuG
Rate-based vs delay-based control for DVFS in NoC (MRC, PG), pp. 1096–1101.
DATEDATE-2015-ConstantinWKCB
Exploiting dynamic timing margins in microprocessors for frequency-over-scaling with instruction-based clock adjustment (JC, LW, GK, AC, AB), pp. 381–386.
DATEDATE-2015-DamschenRVP
Transparent offloading of computational hotspots from binary code to Xeon Phi (MD, HR, GV, CP), pp. 1078–1083.
DATEDATE-2015-FarserotuDBVQKE
Tactile prosthetics in WiseSkin (JF, JDD, JB, PNV, CRQ, VK, CCE, SL, HM, RM, VK, HH, TL, CA), pp. 1695–1697.
DATEDATE-2015-KomalanTPFC
System level exploration of a STT-MRAM based level 1 data-cache (MPK, CT, JIGP, FTF, FC), pp. 1311–1316.
DATEDATE-2015-KuhnPABR
Spatial and temporal granularity limits of body biasing in UTBB-FDSOI (JMK, DP, HA, OB, WR), pp. 876–879.
DATEDATE-2015-LiuHDCPKKTR
Clock domain crossing aware sequential clock gating (JL, MSH, KTD, JYC, JP, MK, MK, NT, AR), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2015-RajendranRadhika
Path selection based acceleration of conditionals in CGRAs (SR, AS, MH), pp. 121–126.
DATEDATE-2015-SedighiPHNN
A CNN-inspired mixed signal processor based on tunnel transistors (BS, IP, XSH, JN, MTN), pp. 1150–1155.
DATEDATE-2015-SenniBTSGM
Potential applications based on NVM emerging technologies (SS, RMB, LT, GS, AG, BM), pp. 1012–1017.
DATEDATE-2015-SharmaGR
Sub-10 nm FinFETs and Tunnel-FETs: from devices to systems (AS, AAG, KR), pp. 1443–1448.
DATEDATE-2015-VatajeluNIP
STT MRAM-Based PUFs (EIV, GDN, MI, PP), pp. 872–875.
HPCAHPCA-2015-AgarwalNOKW
Unlocking bandwidth for GPUs in CC-NUMA systems (NA, DWN, MO, SWK, TFW), pp. 354–365.
HPCAHPCA-2015-FraneyL
Tag tables (SF, MHL), pp. 514–525.
HPDCHPDC-2015-Deelman
High Impact Computing: Computing for Science and the Science of Computing (ED), p. 119.
HPDCHPDC-2015-GamellTHMKCP
Exploring Failure Recovery for Stencil-based Applications at Extreme Scales (MG, KT, MAH, JM, HK, JC, MP), pp. 279–282.
HPDCHPDC-2015-GuoCWZ
Bidding for Highly Available Services with Low Price in Spot Instance Market (WG, KC, YW, WZ), pp. 191–202.
ISMMISMM-2015-ShidalSSCK
Recycling trash in cache (JAS, AJS, PTS, RKC, KMK), pp. 118–130.
LCTESLCTES-2015-ZhengW
WCET-Aware Dynamic D-cache Locking for A Single Task (WZ, HW), p. 10.
PDPPDP-2015-CornelisLBS
Heterogeneous Acceleration of Volumetric JPEG 2000 (JGC, JL, TB, PS), pp. 1–8.
PDPPDP-2015-GiachinoLMT
Causal-Consistent Reversibility in a Tuple-Based Language (EG, IL, CAM, FT), pp. 467–475.
PDPPDP-2015-GonzalezF
Enhancing and Evaluating the Configuration Capability of a Skeleton for Irregular Computations (CHG, BBF), pp. 119–127.
PDPPDP-2015-IakovidouBCBA
Color and Edge Directivity Descriptor on GPGPU (CI, LB, SAC, YSB, AA), pp. 301–308.
PDPPDP-2015-KawanoTFMAK
Optimized Core-Links for Low-Latency NoCs (RK, ST, IF, HM, HA, MK), pp. 172–176.
PPoPPPPoPP-2015-PearceGSSA
Decoupled load balancing (OP, TG, BRdS, MS, NMA), pp. 267–268.
PPoPPPPoPP-2015-TallentVDDKH
Diagnosing the causes and severity of one-sided message contention (NRT, AV, HvD, JD, DJK, AH), pp. 130–139.
PPoPPPPoPP-2015-ZhangCC
NUMA-aware graph-structured analytics (KZ, RC, HC), pp. 183–193.
SOSPSOSP-2015-BadamCDFHHMMPS
Software defined batteries (AB, RC, JD, AF, SH, PH, JM, TM, BP, EDS), pp. 215–229.
SOSPSOSP-2015-CuiGLCY
Paxos made transparent (HC, RG, CL, TC, JY), pp. 105–120.
ESOPESOP-2015-AlbarghouthiBCK
Spatial Interpolants (AA, JB, BC, ZK), pp. 634–660.
FASEFASE-2015-MacedoCG
Exploring Scenario Exploration (NM, AC, TG), pp. 301–315.
FoSSaCSFoSSaCS-2015-LeivantR
The Computational Contents of Ramified Corecurrence (DL, RR), pp. 422–435.
FoSSaCSFoSSaCS-2015-PfenningG
Polarized Substructural Session Types (FP, DG), pp. 3–22.
STOCSTOC-2015-AbboudWY
Matching Triangles and Basing Hardness on an Extremely Popular Conjecture (AA, VVW, HY), pp. 41–50.
STOCSTOC-2015-BansalK
Minimizing Flow-Time on Unrelated Machines (NB, JK), pp. 851–860.
STOCSTOC-2015-BhowmickL
The List Decoding Radius of Reed-Muller Codes over Small Fields (AB, SL), pp. 277–285.
STOCSTOC-2015-CohenP
Lp Row Sampling by Lewis Weights (MBC, RP), pp. 183–192.
STOCSTOC-2015-DanielySS
Inapproximability of Truthful Mechanisms via Generalizations of the VC Dimension (AD, MS, GS), pp. 401–408.
STOCSTOC-2015-GiakkoupisHHW
Test-and-Set in Optimal Space (GG, MH, LH, PW), pp. 615–623.
STOCSTOC-2015-GoosLM0Z
Rectangles Are Nonnegative Juntas (MG, SL, RM, TW, DZ), pp. 257–266.
STOCSTOC-2015-GroheS
Computing with Tangles (MG, PS), pp. 683–692.
CADECADE-2015-KaliszykSUV
System Description: E.T. 0.1 (CK, SS, JU, JV), pp. 389–398.
CADECADE-2015-SaghafiDD
Exploring Theories with a Model-Finding Assistant (SS, RD, DJD), pp. 434–449.
CAVCAV-2015-BabiakBDKKM0S
The Hanoi Omega-Automata Format (TB, FB, ADL, JK, JK, DM, DP, JS), pp. 479–486.
CAVCAV-2015-GrigoreK
Tree Buffers (RG, SK), pp. 290–306.
CAVCAV-2015-BansalR0BW
Deciding Local Theory Extensions via E-matching (KB, AR, TK, CWB, TW), pp. 87–105.
CAVCAV-2015-ChristH
Cutting the Mix (JC, JH), pp. 37–52.
CAVCAV-2015-FerrereMNU
Measuring with Timed Patterns (TF, OM, DN, DU), pp. 322–337.
CSLCSL-2015-Abadi
The Prophecy of Timely Rollback (MA), p. 1.
CSLCSL-2015-AbramskyBKLM
Contextuality, Cohomology and Paradox (SA, RSB, KK, RL, SM), pp. 211–228.
CSLCSL-2015-CapriottiKV
Functions out of Higher Truncations (PC, NK, AV), pp. 359–373.
CSLCSL-2015-GabbayGP
Leaving the Nest: Nominal Techniques for Variables with Interleaving Scopes (MJG, DRG, DP), pp. 374–389.
CSLCSL-2015-HetzlZ
Tree Grammars for the Elimination of Non-prenex Cuts (SH, SZ), pp. 110–127.
CSLCSL-2015-LehtinenQ
Deciding the First Levels of the Modal μ Alternation Hierarchy by Formula Construction (KL, SQ), pp. 457–471.
CSLCSL-2015-Mazza
Simple Parsimonious Types and Logarithmic Space (DM), pp. 24–40.
CSLCSL-2015-Williams
Thinking Algorithmically About Impossibility (RRW), pp. 14–23.
ICLPICLP-2015-Maher
Relating Concrete Argumentation Formalisms and Abstract Argumentation (MJM), pp. 140–152.
ICLPICLP-J-2015-GebserHKLS
Abstract gringo (MG, AH, RK, VL, TS), pp. 449–463.
ICSTICST-2015-Werner
Fluently Reading, Writing and Speaking Hexadecimal with Gepetto’s Help (DW), pp. 1–5.
LICSLICS-2015-AdamekMUM
Varieties of Languages in a Category (JA, RSRM, HU, SM), pp. 414–425.
LICSLICS-2015-KotekSVZ
Extending ALCQIO with Trees (TK, MS, HV, FZ), pp. 511–522.
LICSLICS-2015-MaillardM
A Fibrational Account of Local States (KM, PAM), pp. 402–413.
ICSTSAT-2015-AzizCMS
#∃SAT: Projected Model Counting (RAA, GC, CJM, PJS), pp. 121–137.
ICSTSAT-2015-BiereF
Evaluating CDCL Variable Scoring Schemes (AB, AF), pp. 405–422.
ICSTSAT-2015-KalechstainRD
Hints Revealed (JK, VR, ND), pp. 71–87.
CBSECBSE-2014-CidHMJ
Ensuring application integrity in shared sensing environments (PJdC, DH, SM, WJ), pp. 149–158.
CBSECBSE-2014-Dustdar
Principles and methods for elastic computing (SD), pp. 1–2.
DocEngDocEng-2014-GormishB
Connecting content and annotations with livestroke (MJG, JB), pp. 131–134.
DocEngDocEng-2014-UlichneyGS
Circular coding with interleaving phase (RU, MG, SJS), pp. 21–24.
DRRDRR-2014-RicquebourgRPLC
Boosting bonsai trees for handwritten/printed text discrimination (YR, CR, BP, AL, BC), pp. 902105–12.
HTHT-2014-KawaseSNHN
Exploiting the wisdom of the crowds for characterizing and connecting heterogeneous resources (RK, PS, BPN, EH, WN), pp. 56–65.
HTHT-2014-LopezSKT
Finding mr and mrs entity in the city of knowledge (VL, MS, SK, PT), pp. 261–266.
HTHT-2014-YamadaIUTTT
Evaluating the helpfulness of linked entities to readers (IY, TI, SU, ST, HT, YT), pp. 169–178.
JCDLJCDL-2014-BergstromBM
Utilizing digital humanities methods for quantifying Howell’s State Trials (TB, DB, NM), pp. 441–442.
JCDLJCDL-2014-McKaySC
Lend me some sugar: Borrowing rates of neighbouring books as evidence for browsing (DM, WS, SC), pp. 145–154.
JCDLJCDL-2014-PierreBR
Big Brother is Watching You — But in a Good Way (CSP, DB, BR), pp. 277–280.
JCDLJCDL-2014-SilvaMSML
Community-based endogamy as an influence indicator (THPS, MMM, APCdS, WMJ, AHFL), pp. 67–76.
PODSPODS-2014-BenderFFFG
Cost-oblivious storage reallocation (MAB, MFC, SPF, JTF, SG), pp. 278–288.
PODSPODS-2014-GottlobRS
Expressiveness of guarded existential rule languages (GG, SR, MS), pp. 27–38.
PODSPODS-2014-Tao
A dynamic I/O-efficient structure for one-dimensional top-k range reporting (YT), pp. 256–265.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2014-ChalamallaIOP
Descriptive and prescriptive data cleaning (AC, IFI, MO, PP), pp. 445–456.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2014-ChandramouliG
Patience is a virtue: revisiting merge and sort on modern processors (BC, JG), pp. 731–742.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2014-DignosBG
Overlap interval partition join (AD, MHB, JG), pp. 1459–1470.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2014-HuaiCGHHOPYL0
Major technical advancements in apache hive (YH, AC, AG, GH, ENH, OO, JP, YY, RL, XZ), pp. 1235–1246.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2014-MuhlbauerRSRK0
One DBMS for all: the brawny few and the wimpy crowd (TM, WR, RS, AR, AK, TN), pp. 697–700.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2014-WesleyT
Leveraging compression in the tableau data engine (RMGW, PT), pp. 563–573.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2014-ZhangMP
Global immutable region computation (JZ, KM, HP), pp. 1151–1162.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2014-ZhuSL0Z
Matching heterogeneous event data (XZ, SS, XL, JW, LZ), pp. 1211–1222.
VLDBVLDB-2014-0001PK
Supervised Meta-blocking (GP, GP, GK), pp. 1929–1940.
VLDBVLDB-2014-AhmedSPC
Of Snowstorms and Bushy Trees (RA, RS, MP, SC), pp. 1452–1461.
VLDBVLDB-2014-AlsubaieeBBHKCDL
Storage Management in AsterixDB (SA, AB, VRB, ZH, YSK, MJC, MD, CL), pp. 841–852.
VLDBVLDB-2014-CaoCJY
Retrieving Regions of Interest for User Exploration (XC, GC, CSJ, MLY), pp. 733–744.
VLDBVLDB-2014-ChaPSKRL
Interval Disaggregate: A New Operator for Business Planning (SKC, KP, CS, KK, CR, SL), pp. 1381–1392.
VLDBVLDB-2014-GankidiTPHD
Indexing HDFS Data in PDW: Splitting the data from the index (VRG, NT, JMP, AH, DJD), pp. 1520–1528.
VLDBVLDB-2014-KhanE
Systems for Big-Graphs (AK, SE), pp. 1709–1710.
VLDBVLDB-2014-LeeABCDHI0LLMMPQRSSSZ
Joins on Encoded and Partitioned Data (JGL, GKA, RB, NC, OD, FH, SI, MSK, SL, GML, KM, KM, IP, LQ, VR, VKS, RS, KS, LZ), pp. 1355–1366.
VLDBVLDB-2014-RoyTG
Low-Latency Handshake Join (PR, JT, RG), pp. 709–720.
VLDBVLDB-2014-ZhangTC
Where To: Crowd-Aided Path Selection (CJZ, YT, LC), pp. 2005–2016.
VLDBVLDB-2015-BarberLPRSACLS14
Memory-Efficient Hash Joins (RB, GML, IP, VR, RS, GKA, NC, SL, DS), pp. 353–364.
VLDBVLDB-2015-GebalyAGKS14
Interpretable and Informative Explanations of Outcomes (KEG, PA, LG, FK, DS), pp. 61–72.
CSEETCSEET-2014-Frailey
The times, they are a changing (DJF), pp. 1–2.
EDMEDM-2014-AlmondGGW
Vertical and Stationary Scales for Progress Maps (RGA, IMG, YG, NW), pp. 169–176.
EDMEDM-2014-BazalduaBP
Comparing Expert and Metric-Based Assessments of Association Rule Interestingness (DLB, RSB, MOSP), pp. 44–51.
EDMEDM-2014-OedaIY
Extracting Latent Skills from Time Series of Asynchronous and Incomplete Examinations (SO, YI, KY), pp. 367–368.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2014-CampbellTT
ACM IT curricular guidance (RDC, CST, CT), p. 344.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2014-HortonC
Impact of reward structures in an inverted course (DH, JC), p. 341.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2014-HortonCCGZ
Comparing outcomes in inverted and traditional CS1 (DH, MC, JC, PG, DZ), pp. 261–266.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2014-LarreaDIJ
Capstone projects in computer science: evaluated by stakeholders (JJOL, CD, FJGI, AJE), p. 345.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2014-Sohoni
Making the hardware-software connection with PLP (SS), p. 324.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2014-WhalleyK
A qualitative think-aloud study of novice programmers’ code writing strategies (JLW, NK), pp. 279–284.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2014-ZingaroP
Peer instruction: a link to the exam (DZ, LP), pp. 255–260.
SIGITESIGITE-2014-ConnollyMF
A longitudinal examination of SIGITE conference submission data, 2007-2012 (RC, JM, RF), pp. 167–172.
SIGITESIGITE-2014-GorkaM
Answering the question: “Where can I work after I graduate?” (SG, JRM), pp. 87–88.
SIGITESIGITE-2014-HawthorneTTC
ACM associate-degree IT curricular guidance (EKH, CT, CST, RDC), pp. 137–138.
SIGITESIGITE-2014-LuntP
An academic profile of IT faculty in the USA (BML, BP), pp. 163–166.
TFPIETFPIE-2014-Ragde
Simple Balanced Binary Search Trees (PR), pp. 78–87.
MSRMSR-2014-YamashitaMKU
Magnet or sticky? an OSS project-by-project typology (KY, SM, YK, NU), pp. 344–347.
DLTDLT-J-2013-DassowMMM14
Inner Palindromic Closure (JD, FM, RM, MM), pp. 1049–1064.
DLTDLT-J-2013-EsikI14
Operational Characterization of Scattered MCFLs (, SI), pp. 1001–1016.
AFLAFL-2014-BarashO
Grammars with two-sided contexts (MB, AO), pp. 94–108.
AFLAFL-2014-Brinda
Languages of lossless seeds (KB), pp. 139–150.
AFLAFL-2014-BrzozowskiD13
Maximally Atomic Languages (JAB, GD), pp. 151–161.
CIAACIAA-2014-JiraskovaPS
Kleene Closure on Regular and Prefix-Free Languages (GJ, MP, JS), pp. 226–237.
DLTDLT-2014-DurandGG
Aperiodic Tilings and Entropy (BD, GG, AG), pp. 166–177.
DLTDLT-2014-GloannecO
Knight Tiles: Particles and Collisions in the Realm of 4-Way Deterministic Tilings (BLG, NO), pp. 227–238.
DLTDLT-2014-MarsaultS
Breadth-First Serialisation of Trees and Rational Languages — (VM, JS), pp. 252–259.
DLTDLT-2014-ReinhardtY
The Minimum Amount of Useful Space: New Results and New Directions (KR, AY), pp. 315–326.
ICALPICALP-v1-2014-AaronsonABB
Weak Parity (SA, AA, KB, MB), pp. 26–38.
ICALPICALP-v1-2014-AdjiashviliBWZ
Time-Expanded Packings (DA, SB, RW, RZ), pp. 64–76.
ICALPICALP-v1-2014-BjorklundPWZ
Listing Triangles (AB, RP, VVW, UZ), pp. 223–234.
ICALPICALP-v1-2014-ChildsGW
The Bose-Hubbard Model is QMA-complete (AMC, DG, ZW), pp. 308–319.
ICALPICALP-v1-2014-DemaineHLS
Canadians Should Travel Randomly (EDD, YH, CSL, KS), pp. 380–391.
ICALPICALP-v1-2014-ElkinNS
Light Spanners (ME, ON, SS), pp. 442–452.
ICALPICALP-v1-2014-GafniH
Sporadic Solutions to Zero-One Exclusion Tasks (EG, MH), pp. 1–10.
ICALPICALP-v1-2014-GilbertLPS
For-All Sparse Recovery in Near-Optimal Time (ACG, YL, EP, MJS), pp. 538–550.
ICALPICALP-v1-2014-IshaiW
Partial Garbling Schemes and Their Applications (YI, HW), pp. 650–662.
ICALPICALP-v1-2014-Jakobsen
Information Theoretical Cryptogenography (SKJ), pp. 676–688.
ICALPICALP-v2-2014-CeroneGY
Parameterised Linearisability (AC, AG, HY), pp. 98–109.
ICALPICALP-v2-2014-Wehar
Hardness Results for Intersection Non-Emptiness (MW), pp. 354–362.
LATALATA-2014-AleksandrowiczABB
Formulae for Polyominoes on Twisted Cylinders (GA, AA, GB, RB), pp. 76–87.
LATALATA-2014-Blanchet-SadriLSW
Computing Depths of Patterns (FBS, AL, SS, BW), pp. 173–185.
LATALATA-2014-CaronFM
(k, l)-Unambiguity and Quasi-Deterministic Structures: An Alternative for the Determinization (PC, MF, LM), pp. 260–272.
LATALATA-2014-EsparzaLS
A Brief History of Strahler Numbers (JE, ML, MS), pp. 1–13.
FMFM-2014-KrkaDMU
Revisiting Compatibility of Input-Output Modal Transition Systems (IK, ND, NM, SU), pp. 367–381.
FMFM-2014-NistorABM
Object Propositions (LN, JA, SB, HM), pp. 497–513.
RTARTA-TLCA-2014-Burel
Cut Admissibility by Saturation (GB), pp. 124–138.
FLOPSFLOPS-2014-BalabonskiPP
Type Soundness and Race Freedom for Mezzo (TB, FP, JP), pp. 253–269.
HaskellHaskell-2014-Chakravarty
Foreign inline code: systems demonstration (MMTC), pp. 119–120.
HaskellHaskell-2014-StefanLRM
Building secure systems with LIO (demo) (DS, AL, AR, DM), pp. 93–94.
HaskellHaskell-2014-WuSH
Effect handlers in scope (NW, TS, RH), pp. 1–12.
ICFPICFP-2014-Weirich
Depending on types (SW), p. 241.
LISPILC-2014-PetersenGAD
A Scheme-Based Closed-Loop Anesthesia System (CLP, MG, JMA, GAD), p. 40.
LISPILC-2014-Strandh14b
Resolving Metastability Issues During Bootstrapping (RS), p. 103.
AIIDEAIIDE-2014-Cardona-RiveraRWHRY
Foreseeing Meaningful Choices (RECR, JR, SGW, BEH, DLR, RMY).
AIIDEAIIDE-2014-CarrEI
Invited Talks (PC0, S(E, PI).
AIIDEAIIDE-2014-RobertsonY
Finding Schrödinger's Gun (JR, RMY).
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2014-Ambinder
Making the best of imperfect data: reflections on an ideal world (MA), p. 469.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2014-HaubrichSHBB
Synthetic perception for intelligent virtual agents (TH, SS, RH, CB, PB0), pp. 421–422.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2014-MenestrinaBSMC
OHR (ZM, MB, AS, RM, AC), pp. 355–358.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2014-SnodgrassGEPLZ
Extended abstract for Canvas Obscura (SS, BG, AE, BP, CL, JZ), pp. 379–382.
CHI-PLAYCHI-PLAY-2014-TseklevesDGS
Exercising playfully: co-designing fun ways of keeping active in the park (ET, AD, AIG, MTS), pp. 447–448.
CoGCIG-2014-RodgersL
An investigation into 2048 AI strategies (PR, JL), pp. 1–2.
CoGCIG-2014-WangM
Racing tracks improvisation (JW, OM), pp. 1–8.
DiGRADiGRA-2014-Wade
Dots, Fruit, Speed and Pills: The Happy Consciousness of Pac-Man (AW).
FDGFDG-2014-BarnesB
Foreword (TB, IB).
FDGFDG-2014-DebeauvaisLYD
Retention and progression: Seven months in World of Warcraft (TD, CVL, NY, ND).
FDGFDG-2014-YannakakisLA
Mixed-initiative co-creativity (GNY, AL, CA).
FDGFDG-2014-Yao
Digital political science: Pixelizing international relations (SY).
FDGFDG-2014-ZagalA
Examining 'RPG elements': Systems of character progression (JPZ, RA).
GRAPHITEGRAPHITE-2014-BlancoBM
Entity-Linking via Graph-Distance Minimization (RB, PB, AM), pp. 30–43.
CHICHI-2014-BakhshiSG
Faces engage us: photos with faces attract more likes and comments on Instagram (SB, DAS, EG), pp. 965–974.
CHICHI-2014-BurszteinMFBMJ
Easy does it: more usable CAPTCHAs (EB, AM, CF, SB, JCM, DJ), pp. 2637–2646.
CHICHI-2014-DurrantKR
Human values in curating a human rights media archive (AD, DSK, SR), pp. 2685–2694.
CHICHI-2014-FoshBRK
Gifting personal interpretations in galleries (LF, SB, SR, BK), pp. 625–634.
CHICHI-2014-GilliotCR
Impact of form factors and input conditions on absolute indirect-touch pointing tasks (JG, GC, NR), pp. 723–732.
CHICHI-2014-GreisAHM
I can wait a minute: uncovering the optimal delay time for pre-moderated user-generated content on public displays (MG, FA, NH, NM), pp. 1435–1438.
CHICHI-2014-HernandezPRC
Under pressure: sensing stress of computer users (JH, PP, AR, MC), pp. 51–60.
CHICHI-2014-JiangATBZ
Pupil responses during discrete goal-directed movements (XJ, MSA, GT, RB, BZ), pp. 2075–2084.
CHICHI-2014-JoshiMC
Interactively stylizing camera motion (NJ, DM, MFC), pp. 2051–2054.
CHICHI-2014-KayeMGS
Money talks: tracking personal finances (JJK, MM, RG, DAS), pp. 521–530.
CHICHI-2014-KimG
Photo sharing of the subject, by the owner, for the viewer: examining the subject’s preference (AK, GG), pp. 975–978.
CHICHI-2014-LauberB
In-your-face, yet unseen?: improving head-stabilized warnings to reduce reaction time (FL, AB), pp. 3201–3204.
CHICHI-2014-LiaoF
Expert voices in echo chambers: effects of source expertise indicators on exposure to diverse opinions (QVL, WTF), pp. 2745–2754.
CHICHI-2014-LinderSK
Everyday ideation: all of my ideas are on pinterest (RL, CS, AK), pp. 2411–2420.
CHICHI-2014-LuoV
Crossing-based selection with direct touch input (YL, DV), pp. 2627–2636.
CHICHI-2014-MaudererCNV
Depth perception with gaze-contingent depth of field (MM, SC, MAN, DV), pp. 217–226.
CHICHI-2014-MellisB
Do-it-yourself cellphones: an investigation into the possibilities and limits of high-tech diy (DAM, LB), pp. 1723–1732.
CHICHI-2014-NicholsonHJO
Panopticon as an eLearning support search tool (JN, MH, DJ, PO), pp. 1221–1224.
CHICHI-2014-PedersenH
Expressive touch: studying tapping force on tabletops (EWP, KH), pp. 421–430.
CHICHI-2014-RaeMT
Bodies in motion: mobility, presence, and task awareness in telepresence (IR, BM, LT), pp. 2153–2162.
CHICHI-2014-RooksbyRMC
Personal tracking as lived informatics (JR, MR, AM, MC), pp. 1163–1172.
CHICHI-2014-SuAL
The implicit fan cursor: a velocity dependent area cursor (XS, OKCA, RWHL), pp. 753–762.
CHICHI-2014-SwiftSMG
Coding livecoding (BS, AS, MAM, HJG), pp. 1021–1024.
CHICHI-2014-TaylorKHIH
Type-hover-swipe in 96 bytes: a motion sensing mechanical keyboard (ST, CK, OH, SI, JH), pp. 1695–1704.
CHICHI-2014-TraftonR
The law of unintended consequences: the case of external subgoal support (JGT, RMR), pp. 1767–1776.
CHICHI-2014-VinesDM
Pay or delay: the role of technology when managing a low income (JV, PD, AM), pp. 501–510.
CHICHI-2014-WalberSS
Smart photo selection: interpret gaze as personal interest (TCW, AS, SS), pp. 2065–2074.
CHICHI-2014-WangGSC
Sensing a live audience (CW, EG, PS, PC), pp. 1909–1912.
CHICHI-2014-WarnestalSN
Co-constructing child personas for health-promoting services with vulnerable children (PW, PS, JN), pp. 3767–3776.
CHICHI-2014-XuGFC
Improving machine translation by showing two outputs (BX, GG, SRF, DC), pp. 3743–3746.
CHICHI-2014-YuKK
Searching for analogical ideas with crowds (LY, AK, REK), pp. 1225–1234.
CSCWCSCW-2014-CheliotisHYH
The antecedents of remix (GC, NH, JY, JH), pp. 1011–1022.
CSCWCSCW-2014-FergusonMCM
Craving, creating, and constructing comfort: insights and opportunities for technology in hospice (RDF, MM, EAC, KAM), pp. 1479–1490.
CSCWCSCW-2014-HeinrichKAS
Enabling relationship building in tabletop-supported advisory settings (PH, MK, FRA, GS), pp. 171–183.
CSCWCSCW-2014-Lampinen
Account sharing in the context of networked hospitality exchange (AL), pp. 499–504.
CSCWCSCW-2014-LeeT
Sounds of silence: exploring contributions to conversations, non-responses and the impact of mediating technologies in triple space (JSL, DGT), pp. 1561–1572.
CSCWCSCW-2014-LiaoF
Can you hear me now?: mitigating the echo chamber effect by source position indicators (QVL, WTF), pp. 184–196.
CSCWCSCW-2014-MartinHOG
Being a turker (DBM, BVH, JO, NG), pp. 224–235.
CSCWCSCW-2014-OHaraMHRM
Everyday dwelling with WhatsApp (KO, MM, RHRH, SR, JM), pp. 1131–1143.
CSCWCSCW-2014-Quinones
Cultivating practice & shepherding technology use: supporting appropriation among unanticipated users (PAQ), pp. 305–318.
CSCWCSCW-2014-SunXA
Exhaustive search of puzzles in operational transformation (CS, YX, A), pp. 519–529.
CSCWCSCW-2014-TomasicZSH
Motivating contribution in a participatory sensing system via quid-pro-quo (AT, JZ, AS, YH), pp. 979–988.
HCIDHM-2014-EshraghiE
Biomechanical Study of Foot Force Pattern in Hallux Valgus (HV) Patients (SE, IIE), pp. 332–339.
HCIDHM-2014-FacoettiGV
An Environment for Domestic Supervised Amblyopia Treatment (GF, AG, AV), pp. 340–350.
HCIDHM-2014-Fass
Reclaiming Human Machine Nature (DF), pp. 588–599.
HCIDHM-2014-GotoYTWS
Application of E-learning System Reality in Kyoto-style Earthen Wall Training (AG, HY, YT, ZW, HS), pp. 247–253.
HCIDHM-2014-HamamuraFYE
Evacuation Support System for Everyday Use in the Aftermath of a Natural Disaster (AH, TF, TY, NE), pp. 600–611.
HCIDHM-2014-IshidaSK
Safe Walker-Shoes That Alert the Wearer to a Danger (MI, HS, TK), pp. 612–619.
HCIDHM-2014-OtaEH
Future Applied Conventional Technology Engineering New Academic Fields from Manufacturing Country JAPAN (TO, AE, HH), pp. 185–196.
HCIDHM-2014-YamamotoKGOAYB
Caregiver’s Gaze and Field of View Presumption Method During Bath Care in the Elderly Facility (AY, NK, AG, TO, TA, SY, HBJ), pp. 78–87.
HCIDUXU-DI-2014-ChangH
Effect of Perception-Compatibility, Learning-Factor, and Symbol-Carrier on Single LED Symbol System Recognizing (CCC, TKPH), pp. 417–424.
HCIDUXU-DI-2014-SaloSD
Device Agnostic CASS Client (KS, US, MD), pp. 334–345.
HCIDUXU-DP-2014-ChunpirB0
User Support System in the Complex Environment (HIC, AAB, TL), pp. 392–402.
HCIDUXU-DP-2014-RizvanogluOA
The Impact of Human Likeness on the Older Adults’ Perceptions and Preferences of Humanoid Robot Appearance (KR, ÖÖ, ÖA), pp. 164–172.
HCIDUXU-DP-2014-Schall14a
New Methods for Measuring Emotional Engagement (AS), pp. 347–357.
HCIDUXU-ELAS-2014-AbbasHIARSAY
Barriers and Reforms for Promoting ICTs in Rural Areas of Pakistan (AA, MH, MI, SA, SR, MS, WA, NY), pp. 391–399.
HCIDUXU-ELAS-2014-DaggeF
The HARSim Application to the Task of Carrying School Supplies (RD, EF), pp. 653–661.
HCIDUXU-ELAS-2014-MartinsMS
The Encourage Operators to Promote Manual Flight Operations- a Pandemic in Modern Aviation (ETM, ITM, MMS), pp. 317–325.
HCIDUXU-ELAS-2014-Pelczarski14a
Ultralight Backpack System for Heavy Loaded Users (MP), pp. 699–709.
HCIDUXU-ELAS-2014-TribeWB
Aesthetically Enhanced RFID Inkjet Antenna Logos on Skin (AERIALS) (JT, WW, JCB), pp. 719–730.
HCIDUXU-ELAS-2014-YangHH
The Impact of Media and Background Color on Handwriting (CYY, WLH, TYCH), pp. 173–183.
HCIDUXU-ELAS-2014-YunSALLW
Investigating Sustainability Stages in the Workplace (RY, PS, AA, BL, VL, NW), pp. 616–627.
HCIDUXU-ELAS-2014-ZiefleBKS
Public Perception and Acceptance of Electric Vehicles: Exploring Users’ Perceived Benefits and Drawbacks (MZ, SBL, KK, MS), pp. 628–639.
HCIDUXU-TMT-2014-So
Affording Creativity and New Media Possibilities (ZS), pp. 675–685.
HCIHCI-AIMT-2014-HupontCBH
Emotracking Digital Art (IH, EC, SB, RDH), pp. 739–749.
HCIHCI-AIMT-2014-KrennEKA
Effects of Language Variety on Personality Perception in Embodied Conversational Agents (BK, BE, FK, EA), pp. 429–439.
HCIHCI-AIMT-2014-KuncLMVKKLM
Long Text Reading in a Car (LK, ML, TM, JV, JK, TK, DL, ZM), pp. 440–449.
HCIHCI-AIMT-2014-RestyanditoCP
The Effect of Voice Instruction on the Construction of Mental Model (R, AHSC, UP), pp. 481–491.
HCIHCI-AS-2014-FedericiMRDLBM
A Model of Web-Based Follow-Up to Reduce Assistive Technology Abandonment (SF, MLM, SAR, WD, GL, SB, FM), pp. 674–682.
HCIHCI-AS-2014-HidakaO
Proposal for a New Entertainment System That Connects Real Life and Net Excitement (KH, KO), pp. 604–613.
HCIHCI-AS-2014-SatoIN
Tourist Evacuation Guidance Support System for Use in Disasters (TS, TI, YN), pp. 494–501.
HCIHCI-AS-2014-StieningerN
Drivers for the Actual Usage of Cloud Services: An Examination of Influencing Factors for Digital Natives (MS, DN), pp. 69–79.
HCIHCI-AS-2014-WienkenMHK
Model of Mobility Oriented Agenda Planning (TW, CM, SH, HK), pp. 537–544.
HCIHIMI-AS-2014-KwonJKY
A Knowledge Distribution Model to Support an Author in Narrative Creation (HK, SJ, HTK, WCY), pp. 511–522.
HCIHIMI-AS-2014-LiHFWTNHT
Digital Museums of Cultural Heritages in Kyoto: The Gion Festival in a Virtual Space (LL, KH, TF, WW, ST, TN, KH, HTT), pp. 523–534.
HCIHIMI-AS-2014-MiwaNHIN
Co-creative Bodily Expression through Remote Shadow Media System (YM, AN, NH, SI, HN), pp. 445–454.
HCIHIMI-AS-2014-MoorthyV
Voice Activated Personal Assistant: Acceptability of Use in the Public Space (AEM, KPLV), pp. 324–334.
HCIHIMI-AS-2014-SakataS
Effects of Peer Pressure on Laughter (MS, NS), pp. 479–488.
HCIHIMI-AS-2014-TomotoH
Report on Practice of Note-Rebuilding Support System (TT, TH), pp. 127–136.
HCIHIMI-DE-2014-FukuzumiYTYYK
A New Computational Method for Single-Trial-EEG-Based BCI — Proposal of the Number of Electrodes (SF, HY, KT, TY, TY, KK), pp. 148–156.
HCIHIMI-DE-2014-LiH
Improving Academic Listening Skills of Second Language by Building up Strategy Object Mashups (HL, SH), pp. 384–395.
HCILCT-NLE-2014-KirkegaardGS
Introducing a Challenging Teachable Agent (CK, AG, AS), pp. 53–62.
HCILCT-NLE-2014-SiimanCP
Digital Literacy for All Through Integrative STEM (LAS, CMPC, MP), pp. 119–127.
HCILCT-TRE-2014-LoureiroB
Active Ageing — Enhancing Digital Literacies in Elderly Citizens (AL, MB), pp. 450–459.
HCILCT-TRE-2014-Timotheou
Reflective Thinking: Exploring Blog Use by Adult Learners (MMT), pp. 460–466.
HCISCSM-2014-KimSK
Reinterpret 3G Emoticons from a Persona Theory (MK, CS, JK), pp. 462–473.
VISSOFTVISSOFT-2014-HomerN
Combining Tiled and Textual Views of Code (MH, JN), pp. 1–10.
CAiSECAiSE-2014-Spinellis
Against the Odds: Managing the Unmanagable in a Time of Crisis (DS), pp. 24–41.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2014-AndradeFBP
New Approaches for Geographic Location Propagation in Digital Photograph Collections (DOSdA, HFdF, CdSB, ACdP), pp. 92–99.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2014-DavidAC
Simplified Business Information — A Technical Position in Accounting and Taxation (FD, RA, FC), pp. 502–507.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2014-PrakashSS
Business Rules for Business Governance (NP, DKS, DS), pp. 360–367.
CIKMCIKM-2014-AlgarniMBN
Simple Arabic Stemmer (MA, BM, TB, KN), pp. 1803–1806.
CIKMCIKM-2014-AthukoralaOGVJ
Narrow or Broad?: Estimating Subjective Specificity in Exploratory Search (KA, AO, DG, JV, GJ), pp. 819–828.
CIKMCIKM-2014-AwadallahWPDW
Supporting Complex Search Tasks (AHA, RWW, PP, STD, YMW), pp. 829–838.
CIKMCIKM-2014-BagdouriOC
CLIR for Informal Content in Arabic Forum Posts (MB, DWO, VC), pp. 1811–1814.
CIKMCIKM-2014-DingL
Model Selection with the Covering Number of the Ball of RKHS (LZD, SL), pp. 1159–1168.
CIKMCIKM-2014-HassanFVDL0
Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better: Finding Expert Teams by CrewScout (NH, HF, RV, GD, CL, NZ), pp. 2030–2032.
CIKMCIKM-2014-KimTS
Tracking Temporal Dynamics of Purchase Decisions via Hierarchical Time-Rescaling Model (HK, NT, HS), pp. 1389–1398.
CIKMCIKM-2014-MontanezWH
Cross-Device Search (GDM, RWW, XH), pp. 1669–1678.
CIKMCIKM-2014-WangLL
Exploring Legal Patent Citations for Patent Valuation (SW, ZL, WCL), pp. 1379–1388.
CIKMCIKM-2014-WuLF
Searching Locally-Defined Entities (ZW, YL, AF), pp. 1499–1508.
CIKMCIKM-2014-ZhouDNHT
Aligning Vertical Collection Relevance with User Intent (KZ, TD, DN, DH, DT), pp. 1915–1918.
ECIRECIR-2014-AzzopardiEWM
Page Retrievability Calculator (LA, RE, CW, DM), pp. 737–741.
ECIRECIR-2014-YatesGF
Relevance-Ranked Domain-Specific Synonym Discovery (AY, NG, OF), pp. 124–135.
ICMLICML-c1-2014-Abbasi-YadkoriBK
Tracking Adversarial Targets (YAY, PLB, VK), pp. 369–377.
ICMLICML-c1-2014-BalanCW
Austerity in MCMC Land: Cutting the Metropolis-Hastings Budget (AKB, YC, MW), pp. 181–189.
ICMLICML-c1-2014-HsiehO
Nuclear Norm Minimization via Active Subspace Selection (CJH, PAO), pp. 575–583.
ICMLICML-c1-2014-KarampatziakisM
Discriminative Features via Generalized Eigenvectors (NK, PM), pp. 494–502.
ICMLICML-c1-2014-MaillardM
Latent Bandits (OAM, SM), pp. 136–144.
ICMLICML-c1-2014-SteinhardtL
Filtering with Abstract Particles (JS, PL), pp. 727–735.
ICMLICML-c1-2014-UriaML
A Deep and Tractable Density Estimator (BU, IM, HL), pp. 467–475.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-AilonKJ
Reducing Dueling Bandits to Cardinal Bandits (NA, ZSK, TJ), pp. 856–864.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-AsterisPD
Nonnegative Sparse PCA with Provable Guarantees (MA, DSP, AGD), pp. 1728–1736.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-BellemareVT
Skip Context Tree Switching (MGB, JV, ET), pp. 1458–1466.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-ChenGH
Near-Optimal Joint Object Matching via Convex Relaxation (YC, LJG, QXH), pp. 100–108.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-ChenWSB
Marginalized Denoising Auto-encoders for Nonlinear Representations (MC, KQW, FS, YB), pp. 1476–1484.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-CortesMS
Deep Boosting (CC, MM, US), pp. 1179–1187.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-DworkinKN
Pursuit-Evasion Without Regret, with an Application to Trading (LD, MK, YN), pp. 1521–1529.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-EstrachSL
Signal recovery from Pooling Representations (JBE, AS, YL), pp. 307–315.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-HeaukulaniKG
Beta Diffusion Trees (CH, DAK, ZG), pp. 1809–1817.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-HsuS
Heavy-tailed regression with a generalized median-of-means (DH, SS), pp. 37–45.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-KoutnikGGS
A Clockwork RNN (JK, KG, FJG, JS), pp. 1863–1871.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-LiuZWY
Safe Screening with Variational Inequalities and Its Application to Lasso (JL, ZZ, JW, JY), pp. 289–297.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-MalioutovS
Convex Total Least Squares (DM, NS), pp. 109–117.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-MannMM
Time-Regularized Interrupting Options (TRIO) (TAM, DJM, SM), pp. 1350–1358.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-NovikovROV
Putting MRFs on a Tensor Train (AN, AR, AO, DV), pp. 811–819.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-PachecoZBS
Preserving Modes and Messages via Diverse Particle Selection (JP, SZ, MJB, EBS), pp. 1152–1160.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-PingLI
Marginal Structured SVM with Hidden Variables (WP, QL, ATI), pp. 190–198.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-ReyRF
Sparse meta-Gaussian information bottleneck (MR, VR, TJF), pp. 910–918.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-TeradaL
Local Ordinal Embedding (YT, UvL), pp. 847–855.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-WestonWY
Affinity Weighted Embedding (JW, RJW, HY), pp. 1215–1223.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-YuKGC
Circulant Binary Embedding (FXY, SK, YG, SFC), pp. 946–954.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-ZhouLPM
Aggregating Ordinal Labels from Crowds by Minimax Conditional Entropy (DZ, QL, JCP, CM), pp. 262–270.
ICPRICPR-2014-BergamascoCAT
Camera Calibration from Coplanar Circles (FB, LC, AA, AT), pp. 2137–2142.
ICPRICPR-2014-Bermudez-CameoLG
Line-Images in Cone Mirror Catadioptric Systems (JBC, GLN, JJG), pp. 2083–2088.
ICPRICPR-2014-ChengZSWY
Cross-Trees for Stereo Matching with Priors (FC, HZ, MS, HW, DY), pp. 208–213.
ICPRICPR-2014-Dahyot
GR2T vs L2E with Nuisance Scale (RD), pp. 3857–3861.
ICPRICPR-2014-DanckaersHLLVDS
Correspondence Preserving Elastic Surface Registration with Shape Model Prior (FD, TH, DL, AL, SV, SVD, JS), pp. 2143–2148.
ICPRICPR-2014-DrewsNXC
Generalized Optical Flow Model for Scattering Media (PDJ, ERN, AX, MFMC), pp. 3999–4004.
ICPRICPR-2014-GotoFNHS
Super-resolution System for 4K-HDTV (TG, TF, FN, SH, MS), pp. 4453–4458.
ICPRICPR-2014-HafnerDW
Simultaneous HDR and Optic Flow Computation (DH, OD, JW), pp. 2065–2070.
ICPRICPR-2014-HayamiTOSS
Super-high Dynamic Range Imaging (TH, MT, MO, TS, SS), pp. 720–725.
ICPRICPR-2014-HiraiOHT
An HDR Spectral Imaging System for Time-Varying Omnidirectional Scene (KH, NO, TH, ST), pp. 2059–2064.
ICPRICPR-2014-HuangL
Camera Calibration for Plate Refractive Imaging System (LH, YL), pp. 4068–4073.
ICPRICPR-2014-IrsoyYA
Budding Trees (OI, OTY, EA), pp. 3582–3587.
ICPRICPR-2014-KarthikR
Underwater Microscopic Shape from Focus (SK, ANR), pp. 2107–2112.
ICPRICPR-2014-KristoC
Optimized Window Arrangement for Spatial Pyramid Matching Scheme (K, CSC), pp. 1395–1400.
ICPRICPR-2014-LaiCCCSH
Appearance-Based Gaze Tracking with Free Head Movement (CCL, YTC, KWC, SCC, SWS, YPH), pp. 1869–1873.
ICPRICPR-2014-LuoYQY
Nuclear Norm Regularized Sparse Coding (LL, JY, JQ, JY), pp. 1834–1839.
ICPRICPR-2014-MannanTTNMY
Light Transport Refocusing for Unknown Scattering Medium (MAM, ST, TT, HN, YM, YY), pp. 4382–4387.
ICPRICPR-2014-McCloskey
Masking Light Fields to Remove Partial Occlusion (SM), pp. 2053–2058.
ICPRICPR-2014-MirowskiHW
Building Optimal Radio-Frequency Signal Maps (PWM, TKH, PW), pp. 978–983.
ICPRICPR-2014-OlsenHNP
Body Part Tracking of Infants (MDO, AH, JBN, RRP), pp. 2167–2172.
ICPRICPR-2014-OsogamiK
A Hierarchical Bayesian Choice Model with Visibility (TO, TK), pp. 3618–3623.
ICPRICPR-2014-SantaK
Affine Alignment of Occluded Shapes (ZS, ZK), pp. 2155–2160.
ICPRICPR-2014-SouzaRML
Maximal Max-Tree Simplification (RS, LR, RCM, RdAL), pp. 3132–3137.
ICPRICPR-2014-TsukiokaK
Selection of Features in Accord with Population Drift (HT, MK), pp. 1591–1596.
ICPRICPR-2014-ViitaniemiKL
Experiments on Recognising the Handshape in Blobs Extracted from Sign Language Videos (VV, MK, JL), pp. 2584–2589.
ICPRICPR-2014-WangDWLZJ
Depth Super-resolution by Fusing Depth Imaging and Stereo Vision with Structural Determinant Information Inference (YW, HD, BW, WL, JZ, YJ), pp. 4212–4217.
ICPRICPR-2014-WangJ
Attribute Augmentation with Sparse Coding (XW, QJ), pp. 4352–4357.
ICPRICPR-2014-WangYWWL
Discriminative Representative Selection via Structure Sparsity (BW, QY, SW, LW, GL), pp. 1401–1406.
ICPRICPR-2014-WerghiBB
Computing Local Binary Patterns on Discrete Manifolds (NW, SB, ADB), pp. 2430–2435.
ICPRICPR-2014-ZhangLZ
Transformed Neighborhood Propagation (ZZ, FZL, MBZ), pp. 3792–3797.
ICPRICPR-2014-Zhao
Euclidean Structure from Conic Feature Correspondences (ZZ), pp. 4010–4014.
ICPRICPR-2014-ZouL
Calibrating Non-overlapping RGB-D Cameras (WZ, SL), pp. 4200–4205.
KDDKDD-2014-AbelsonVS
Targeting direct cash transfers to the extremely poor (BA, KRV, JS), pp. 1563–1572.
KDDKDD-2014-HeK
Stability of influence maximization (XH, DK), pp. 1256–1265.
KDDKDD-2014-LeeC
Top-k frequent itemsets via differentially private FP-trees (JL, CWC), pp. 931–940.
KDDKDD-2014-MaratheV
Computational epidemiology (MVM, AKSV), p. 1969.
KDDKDD-2014-Munro
Bringing data science to the speakers of every language (RM), p. 1523.
KDDKDD-2014-PapailiopoulosKB
Provable deterministic leverage score sampling (DSP, ATK, CB), pp. 997–1006.
KDDKDD-2014-RamanJ
Methods for ordinal peer grading (KR, TJ), pp. 1037–1046.
KDDKDD-2014-ShangZTCY
Inferring gas consumption and pollution emission of vehicles throughout a city (JS, YZ, WT, EC, YY), pp. 1027–1036.
KDDKDD-2014-TagamiHTOTT
Filling context-ad vocabulary gaps with click logs (YT, TH, YT, SO, KT, AT), pp. 1955–1964.
KDDKDD-2014-WangWW
Quantifying herding effects in crowd wisdom (TW, DW, FW), pp. 1087–1096.
KDDKDD-2014-XiangYY
Simultaneous feature and feature group selection through hard thresholding (SX, TY, JY), pp. 532–541.
KDDKDD-2014-XieGFTY
Class-distribution regularized consensus maximization for alleviating overfitting in model combination (SX, JG, WF, DST, PSY), pp. 303–312.
KDIRKDIR-2014-AbouEisha
Finding Optimal Exact Reducts (HA), pp. 149–153.
KDIRKDIR-2014-FontanaRZ
Discover Knowledge on FLOSS Projects Through RepoFinder (FAF, RR, MZ), pp. 485–491.
KDIRKDIR-2014-VazquezJ
Handling Missing Data in a Tree Species Catalog Proposed for Reforesting Mexico City (HJV, MJM), pp. 457–464.
KEODKEOD-2014-Lesot
Bridging the Emotional Gap — From Objective Representations to Subjective Interpretations (MJL), pp. 1–15.
KEODKEOD-2014-SmirnovLS
Knowledge Fusion in Context-Aware Decision Support Systems (AVS, TL, NS), pp. 186–194.
KMISKMIS-2014-NambaTS
Providing of Scientific Information in the Nuclear Accident — Settle on Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant Accident after 2011 Tohoku Earthquake (MN, MT, MS), pp. 326–330.
KMISKMIS-2014-SerranoRHCFAFSM
Improved Business Intelligence Solution with Reimbursement Tracking System for the Brazilian Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management (AMRS, PHBR, RCH, JPCLdC, EPdF, VLdA, AAF, RTdSJ, MAMM, BHAP), pp. 434–440.
KRKR-2014-BoothAR
Interval Methods for Judgment Aggregation in Argumentation (RB, EA, IR).
KRKR-2014-GrossiH
Justified Beliefs by Justified Arguments (DG, WvdH).
KRKR-2014-Libkin
Certain Answers as Objects and Knowledge (LL).
KRKR-2014-LomuscioMOR
Tutorials (AL, LSM, EO, RR).
KRKR-2014-PeppasW
Belief Change and Semiorders (PP, MAW).
KRKR-2014-RajaratnamLPT
Forgetting in Action (DR, HJL, MP, MT).
KRKR-2014-WirthS
David Poole’s Specificity Revised (CPW, FS).
MLDMMLDM-2014-LimsettoW
Integrating Weight with Ensemble to Handle Changes in Class Distribution (NL, KW), pp. 91–106.
RecSysRecSys-2014-ChengXZKL
Gradient boosting factorization machines (CC, FX, TZ, IK, MRL), pp. 265–272.
RecSysRecSys-2014-GingerichA
Content ordering based on commuting patterns (TG, OA), pp. 365–366.
SEKESEKE-2014-AnvikBBC
Assisting Software Projects with Assignment Recomender Creation (JA, MB, HB, JC), pp. 470–473.
SIGIRSIGIR-2014-BaruahRS
The effect of expanding relevance judgements with duplicates (GB, AR, MDS), pp. 1159–1162.
SIGIRSIGIR-2014-Dumais
Putting searchers into search (STD), pp. 1–2.
SIGIRSIGIR-2014-IzsakRKT
The search duel: a response to a strong ranker (PI, FR, OK, MT), pp. 919–922.
SIGIRSIGIR-2014-JayasingheWSC
Extending test collection pools without manual runs (GKJ, WW, MS, JSC), pp. 915–918.
SIGIRSIGIR-2014-KaneT
Skewed partial bitvectors for list intersection (AK, FWT), pp. 263–272.
SIGIRSIGIR-2014-LagunA
Effects of task and domain on searcher attention (DL, EA), pp. 1087–1090.
SIGIRSIGIR-2014-LiangRR
Fusion helps diversification (SL, ZR, MdR), pp. 303–312.
SIGIRSIGIR-2014-MishraWIH
Time-critical search (NM, RWW, SI, EH), pp. 747–756.
SIGIRSIGIR-2014-OttavianoV
Partitioned Elias-Fano indexes (GO, RV), pp. 273–282.
SIGIRSIGIR-2014-QianL0H
Co-training on authorship attribution with very fewlabeled examples: methods vs. views (TQ, BL, MZ, GH), pp. 903–906.
SIGIRSIGIR-2014-SmuckerGT
Mouse movement during relevance judging: implications for determining user attention (MDS, XSG, AT), pp. 979–982.
SIGIRSIGIR-2014-WangSZZ
Active hashing with joint data example and tag selection (QW, LS, ZZ, NZ), pp. 405–414.
BXBX-2014-AnjorinCG0RS
BenchmarX (AA, AC, HG, FH, AR, AS), pp. 82–86.
ECMFAECMFA-2014-AtkinsonG
Level-Agnostic Designation of Model Elements (CA, RG), pp. 18–34.
ECOOPECOOP-2014-HomerJNBB
Graceful Dialects (MH, TJ, JN, KBB, APB), pp. 131–156.
OnwardOnward-2014-Gabriel
I Throw Itching Powder at Tulips (RPG), pp. 301–319.
OnwardOnward-2014-GroceAG
Coverage and Its Discontents (AG, MAA, RG), pp. 255–268.
OnwardOnward-2014-Kell
In Search of Types (SK), pp. 227–241.
PLATEAUPLATEAU-2014-CoblenzAMS
Considering Productivity Effects of Explicit Type Declarations (MJC, JA, BAM, JS), pp. 59–61.
PADLPADL-2014-Clifton-EverestMCK
Embedding Foreign Code (RCE, TLM, MMTC, GK), pp. 136–151.
PEPMPEPM-2014-FarmerSG
The HERMIT in the stream: fusing stream fusion’s concatMap (AF, CHzS, AG), pp. 97–108.
POPLPOPL-2014-BokerHR
Battery transition systems (UB, TAH, AR), pp. 595–606.
POPLPOPL-2014-BrookesOR
The essence of Reynolds (SB, PWO, USR), pp. 251–256.
PPDPPPDP-2014-Neron
Elimination of Square Roots and Divisions by Partial Inlining (PN), pp. 81–92.
SASSAS-2014-LeeOY
A Progress Bar for Static Analyzers (WL, HO, KY), pp. 184–200.
SASSAS-2014-MonniauxS
Speeding Up Logico-Numerical Strategy Iteration (DM, PS), pp. 253–267.
RERE-2014-StalhaneW
The DODT tool applied to sub-sea software (TS, TW), pp. 420–427.
ASEASE-2014-CohenM
The confidence in our k-tails (HC, SM), pp. 605–610.
ASEASE-2014-Voronkov
Keynote talk: EasyChair (AV), pp. 3–4.
FSEFSE-2014-BarrBDHS
The plastic surgery hypothesis (ETB, YB, PTD, MH, FS), pp. 306–317.
FSEFSE-2014-Chandra
Are you getting traction? tales from the tech transfer trenches (SC), p. 5.
FSEFSE-2014-PalyartMMB
Speculative reprogramming (MP, GCM, ERMH, XB), pp. 837–840.
FSEFSE-2014-Zimmermann
Data hard with a vengeance (TZ), p. 6.
ICSEICSE-2014-CarzanigaGGMP
Cross-checking oracles from intrinsic software redundancy (AC, AG, AG, AM, MP), pp. 931–942.
ICSEICSE-2014-KeivanlooRZ
Spotting working code examples (IK, JR, YZ), pp. 664–675.
SACSAC-2014-BackesGLL
X-pire 2.0: a user-controlled expiration date and copy protection mechanism (MB, SG, SL, SL), pp. 1633–1640.
SACSAC-2014-BillhardtLOBD
Intelligent event processing for emergency medical assistance (HB, ML, SO, RB, JD), pp. 200–206.
SACSAC-2014-CruzMOV
Workload-aware table splitting for NoSQL (FC, FM, RO, RV), pp. 399–404.
SACSAC-2014-GuoQS
Locating fault-inducing patterns from structural inputs (HFG, ZQ, HPS), pp. 1100–1107.
SACSAC-2014-HajianMPDG
Fair pattern discovery (SH, AM, DP, JDF, FG), pp. 113–120.
SACSAC-2014-KimL
The effect of IMPORT change in software change history (JK, EL), pp. 1753–1754.
SACSAC-2014-RaigozaS
Temporal join processing with hilbert curve space mapping (JR, JS), pp. 839–844.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2014-NovakovicDBFG
Scale-out NUMA (SN, AD, EB, BF, BG), pp. 3–18.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2014-VoskuilenV
High-performance fractal coherence (GV, TNV), pp. 701–714.
CASECASE-2014-HandokoNL
An auction mechanism for the last-mile deliveries via urban consolidation centre (SDH, DTN, HCL), pp. 607–612.
CASECASE-2014-HatanoDW
A Cooling and Heat-retention System actuated by Peltier device considering fan-motor control (TH, MD, SW), pp. 164–169.
CASECASE-2014-HuckabyC
A case for SysML in robotics (JH, HIC), pp. 333–338.
CASECASE-2014-KoHCAY
Guidance and obstacle avoidance of passive robot walking helper based on receding horizon control (CHK, YHH, YTC, SKA, KYY), pp. 1032–1037.
CASECASE-2014-LeeHH
Lifting motion planning for humanoid robots (HyL, HPH, HKH), pp. 1174–1179.
CASECASE-2014-LinW
Applications of data assimilation to forecasting indoor environment (CCL, LW), pp. 1097–1102.
CASECASE-2014-LvCDWC
A new designed quadruped robot with elastic joints (ML, WC, XD, JW, XC), pp. 1002–1007.
CASECASE-2014-MeaclemSPGHMC
Sensor guided biped felling machine for steep terrain harvesting (CVM, LS, RP, SG, CEH, BJEM, XC), pp. 984–989.
CASECASE-2014-NgoS
A time fidelity control foundation for hierarchical discrete-event systems (QHN, KTS), pp. 443–448.
CASECASE-2014-ToneVS
Sheet type soft robot with magnetic fluid for object transportation (TT, FV, KS), pp. 852–857.
CASECASE-2014-YamamotoYSM
Influences of lug motion on lug-soil reaction forces in sandy soil (RY, YY, YS, SM), pp. 176–181.
DACDAC-2014-AbeyratneJKBDDM
Quality-of-Service for a High-Radix Switch (NA, SJ, YK, DB, RGD, RD, TNM), p. 6.
DACDAC-2014-AndraudSS
One-Shot Calibration of RF Circuits Based on Non-Intrusive Sensors (MA, HGDS, ES), p. 2.
DACDAC-2014-DattaSCPR
Neuro Inspired Computing with Coupled Relaxation Oscillators (SD, NS, MC, AP, AR), p. 6.
DACDAC-2014-HamzehSV
Branch-Aware Loop Mapping on CGRAs (MH, AS, SBKV), p. 6.
DACDAC-2014-HerrewegeV
Software Only, Extremely Compact, Keccak-based Secure PRNG on ARM Cortex-M (AVH, IV), p. 6.
DACDAC-2014-KontorinisTHTH
Enabling Dynamic Heterogeneity Through Core-on-Core Stacking (VK, MKT, MHH, DMT, HH), p. 6.
DACDAC-2014-LinHL
Parasitic-aware Sizing and Detailed Routing for Binary-weighted Capacitors in Charge-scaling DAC (MPHL, VWHH, CYL), p. 6.
DACDAC-2014-LiuCCJ
Simultaneous EUV Flare Variation Minimization and CMP Control with Coupling-Aware Dummification (CYL, HJKC, YWC, JHRJ), p. 6.
DACDAC-2014-LiuF
A Time-Unrolling Method to Compute Sensitivity of Dynamic Systems (FL, PF), p. 6.
DACDAC-2014-MukherjeeL
Leveraging pre-silicon data to diagnose out-of-specification failures in mixed-signal circuits (PM, PL), p. 6.
DACDAC-2014-OderPG
Beyond ECDSA and RSA: Lattice-based Digital Signatures on Constrained Devices (TO, TP, TG), p. 6.
DACDAC-2014-PopovychLWLLW
Density-aware Detailed Placement with Instant Legalization (SP, HHL, CMW, YLL, WHL, TCW), p. 6.
DACDAC-2014-WangMZSS
Walking Pads: Managing C4 Placement for Transient Voltage Noise Minimization (KW, BHM, RZ, MRS, KS), p. 6.
DACDAC-2014-ZhangWWCLS
Deterministic Crash Recovery for NAND Flash Based Storage Systems (CZ, YW, TW, RC, DL, ZS), p. 6.
DATEDATE-2014-BurlyaevFG
Verification-guided voter minimization in triple-modular redundant circuits (DB, PF, AG), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2014-ChandraMCCM
Cross layer resiliency in real world (VC, SM, CYC, SMM), p. 1.
DATEDATE-2014-ChenZZ
Recovery-based resilient latency-insensitive systems (YC, XZ, HZ), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2014-DasKVBM
Combined DVFS and mapping exploration for lifetime and soft-error susceptibility improvement in MPSoCs (AD, AK, BV, CB, AM), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2014-DelvauxV
Key-recovery attacks on various RO PUF constructions via helper data manipulation (JD, IV), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2014-DingLM
WCET-Centric dynamic instruction cache locking (HD, YL, TM), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2014-DuanW
Exploiting narrow-width values for improving non-volatile cache lifetime (GD, SW), pp. 1–4.
DATEDATE-2014-IvanovPL
Attack-resilient sensor fusion (RI, MP, IL), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2014-JonnaJRM
Minimally buffered single-cycle deflection router (GRJ, JJ, RR, MM), pp. 1–4.
DATEDATE-2014-KarlssonF
Thinfilm printed ferro-electric memories and integrated products (CK, PF), p. 1.
DATEDATE-2014-KomalanPTRHC
Feasibility exploration of NVM based I-cache through MSHR enhancements (MK, JIGP, CT, PR, MH, FC), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2014-Kreupl
Advancing CMOS with carbon electronics (FK), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2014-Lauwereins
Interfacing to living cells (RL), pp. 1–3.
DATEDATE-2014-LeeLC
Design-for-debug routing for FIB probing (CYL, THL, TCC), pp. 1–4.
DATEDATE-2014-Leo
Organic electronics — From lab to markets (KL), p. 1.
DATEDATE-2014-LiuCW
Metal layer planning for silicon interposers with consideration of routability and manufacturing cost (WHL, TKC, TCW), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2014-OrtinGVIV
Dynamic construction of circuits for reactive traffic in homogeneous CMPs (MO, DSG, MV, CI, VV), pp. 1–4.
DATEDATE-2014-RobinoO
From Simulink to NoC-based MPSoC on FPGA (FR, ), pp. 1–4.
DATEDATE-2014-RoySFY
Brain-inspired computing with spin torque devices (KR, MS, DF, KY), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2014-RuhrmairH
PUFs at a glance (UR, DEH), pp. 1–6.
DATEDATE-2014-SchmidBMKSKMSR
III-V semiconductor nanowires for future devices (HS, BMB, KM, PDK, GS, SFK, PM, VS, HR), pp. 1–2.
DATEDATE-2014-Wuttig
Exploring the limits of phase change memories (MW), pp. 1–2.
DATEDATE-2014-ZhuCYP
Application mapping for express channel-based networks-on-chip (DZ, LC, SY, MP), pp. 1–6.
HPCAHPCA-2014-GopeL
Atomic SC for simple in-order processors (DG, MHL), pp. 404–415.
HPCAHPCA-2014-KimKMYK
Transportation-network-inspired network-on-chip (HK, GK, SM, HY, JK), pp. 332–343.
HPCAHPCA-2014-PeraisS
Practical data value speculation for future high-end processors (AP, AS), pp. 428–439.
HPCAHPCA-2014-XiangYZ
Warp-level divergence in GPUs: Characterization, impact, and mitigation (PX, YY, HZ), pp. 284–295.
HPDCHPDC-2014-CaoKAC
Transparent checkpoint-restart over infiniband (JC, GK, KA, GC), pp. 13–24.
ISMMISMM-2014-CliffordPST
Allocation folding based on dominance (DC, HP, MS, BT), pp. 15–24.
OSDIOSDI-2014-BaumannPH
Shielding Applications from an Untrusted Cloud with Haven (AB, MP, GCH), pp. 267–283.
OSDIOSDI-2014-DevecseryCDFC
Eidetic Systems (DD, MC, XD, JF, PMC), pp. 525–540.
OSDIOSDI-2014-KuznetsovSPCSS
Code-Pointer Integrity (VK, LS, MP, GC, RS, DS), pp. 147–163.
OSDIOSDI-2014-WiresIDHW
Characterizing Storage Workloads with Counter Stacks (JW, SI, ZD, NJAH, AW), pp. 335–349.
PDPPDP-2014-GalanteB
Supporting Elasticity in OpenMP Applications (GG, LCEB), pp. 188–195.
PDPPDP-2014-GerardsHHKS
Analytic Clock Frequency Selection for Global DVFS (METG, JLH, PKFH, JK, GJMS), pp. 512–519.
PPoPPPPoPP-2014-BrownER
A general technique for non-blocking trees (TB, FE, ER), pp. 329–342.
PPoPPPPoPP-2014-LeungBEFPRS
Task mapping stencil computations for non-contiguous allocations (VJL, DPB, JE, SPF, NWP, ZDR, MS), pp. 377–378.
PPoPPPPoPP-2014-TardieuHCGKSSTV
X10 and APGAS at Petascale (OT, BH, DC, DG, PK, VAS, AS, MT, MV), pp. 53–66.
ESOPESOP-2014-DownenA
The Duality of Construction (PD, ZMA), pp. 249–269.
FASEFASE-2014-DuvalEPR
Transformation of Attributed Structures with Cloning (DD, RE, FP, LR), pp. 310–324.
FoSSaCSFoSSaCS-2014-FerlezCM
Generalized Synchronization Trees (JF, RC, SM), pp. 304–319.
STOCSTOC-2014-BarakKS
Rounding sum-of-squares relaxations (BB, JAK, DS), pp. 31–40.
STOCSTOC-2014-BermanRY
Lp-testing (PB, SR, GY), pp. 164–173.
STOCSTOC-2014-BravyiH
Homological product codes (SB, MBH), pp. 273–282.
STOCSTOC-2014-ChengJ
Shortest paths on polyhedral surfaces and terrains (SWC, JJ), pp. 373–382.
STOCSTOC-2014-ChenGL
Optimal competitive auctions (NC, NG, PL), pp. 253–262.
STOCSTOC-2014-DekelDKP
Bandits with switching costs: T2/3 regret (OD, JD, TK, YP), pp. 459–467.
STOCSTOC-2014-GalanisSV
Inapproximability for antiferromagnetic spin systems in the tree non-uniqueness region (AG, DS, EV), pp. 823–831.
STOCSTOC-2014-GenkinIPST
Circuits resilient to additive attacks with applications to secure computation (DG, YI, MP, AS, ET), pp. 495–504.
STOCSTOC-2014-GuruswamiHHSV
Super-polylogarithmic hypergraph coloring hardness via low-degree long codes (VG, PH, JH, SS, GV), pp. 614–623.
STOCSTOC-2014-HsuHRRW
Private matchings and allocations (JH, ZH, AR, TR, ZSW), pp. 21–30.
STOCSTOC-2014-Kane
The average sensitivity of an intersection of half spaces (DMK), pp. 437–440.
STOCSTOC-2014-RudraW
Every list-decodable code for high noise has abundant near-optimal rate puncturings (AR, MW), pp. 764–773.
STOCSTOC-2014-Sherstov
Breaking the minsky-papert barrier for constant-depth circuits (AAS), pp. 223–232.
WRLAWRLA-2014-ArusoaieLRSSR
Language Definitions as Rewrite Theories (AA, DL, VR, TFS, AS, GR), pp. 97–112.
CAVCAV-2014-Dutertre
Yices 2.2 (BD), pp. 737–744.
CAVCAV-2014-FilliatreGP
The Spirit of Ghost Code (JCF, LG, AP), pp. 1–16.
CAVCAV-2014-TiwariL
A Nonlinear Real Arithmetic Fragment (AT, PL), pp. 729–736.
IJCARIJCAR-2014-KoopmannS
Count and Forget: Uniform Interpolation of 𝒮ℋ𝒬-Ontologies (PK, RAS), pp. 434–448.
ISSTAISSTA-2014-TillmannHXB
Constructing coding duels in Pex4Fun and code hunt (NT, JdH, TX, JB), pp. 445–448.
LICSLICS-CSL-2014-KatoenSZ
Probably safe or live (JPK, LS, LZ), p. 10.
ICSTSAT-2014-CapelliDM
Hypergraph Acyclicity and Propositional Model Counting (FC, AD, SM), pp. 399–414.
SMTSMT-2014-KostaSD
Better Answers to Real Questions (MK, TS, AD), p. 69.
VMCAIVMCAI-2014-WangBW
Cascade 2.0 (WW, CB, TW), pp. 142–160.
CBSECBSE-2013-AbateS
Bootstrapping software distributions (PA, JS), pp. 131–142.
ECSAECSA-2013-GoichonSF
Swap Fairness for Thrashing Mitigation (FG, GS, SF), pp. 311–315.
DocEngDocEng-2013-Barabucci
Introduction to the universal delta model (GB), pp. 47–56.
DocEngDocEng-2013-BilaucaH
Splitting wide tables optimally (MB, PH), pp. 249–252.
DocEngDocEng-2013-FaigenbaumSSTP
Evaluating glyph binarizations based on their properties (SF, AS, BS, ET, EP), pp. 127–130.
DocEngDocEng-2013-HarinekS
Improving term extraction by utilizing user annotations (JH, MS), pp. 185–188.
DocEngDocEng-2013-HoverM
Interchanging and preserving presentation recordings (KMH, MM), pp. 277–280.
DocEngDocEng-2013-Marinai
Reflowing and annotating scientific papers on eBook readers (SM), pp. 241–244.
DocEngDocEng-2013-RahtzB
Reviewing the TEI ODD system (SR, LB), pp. 193–196.
DRRDRR-2013-ChristiansenB
Data acquisition from cemetery headstones (CSC, WAB).
ICDARICDAR-2013-AlmazanFV
Deformable HOG-Based Shape Descriptor (JA, AF, EV), pp. 1022–1026.
ICDARICDAR-2013-FengRZS
Extraction of Serial Numbers on Bank Notes (BYF, MR, XYZ, CYS), pp. 698–702.
ICDARICDAR-2013-GerdjikovMN
Extraction of Spelling Variations from Language Structure for Noisy Text Correction (SG, SM, VN), pp. 324–328.
ICDARICDAR-2013-HassnerWD
OCR-Free Transcript Alignment (TH, LW, ND), pp. 1310–1314.
ICDARICDAR-2013-KimuraHUIOK
The Reading-Life Log — Technologies to Recognize Texts That We Read (TK, RH, SU, MI, SO, KK), pp. 91–95.
ICDARICDAR-2013-MoallaLA
Generalized Eigen Cooccurrence: Application to Palaeography (IM, FL, AMA), pp. 555–559.
ICDARICDAR-2013-NayefB
Constructing a Hierarchical Structure from Symbol Alphabets of Technical Line Drawings (NN, TMB), pp. 773–777.
ICDARICDAR-2013-SethN
Segmenting Tables via Indexing of Value Cells by Table Headers (SCS, GN), pp. 887–891.
ICDARICDAR-2013-ZaraiLDW
Integrating Copies Obtained from Old and New Preservation Efforts (YZ, TL, ND, LW), pp. 47–51.
JCDLJCDL-2013-KleinS
Extending sitemaps for ResourceSync (MK, HVdS), pp. 277–280.
JCDLJCDL-2013-RathodC
Building a search engine for computer science course syllabi (NR, LNC), pp. 77–86.
JCDLJCDL-2013-RimkusH
Medusa at the university of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: a digital preservation service based on PREMIS (KRR, TGH), pp. 49–52.
JCDLJCDL-2013-TorresHH
Vertical selection in the information domain of children (SDT, DH, TWCH), pp. 57–66.
PODSPODS-2013-Kejlberg-RasmussenTTTY
I/O-efficient planar range skyline and attrition priority queues (CKR, YT, KT, KT, JY), pp. 103–114.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2013-ArocenaGM
Value invention in data exchange (PCA, BG, RJM), pp. 157–168.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2013-CaoFY
Determining the relative accuracy of attributes (YC, WF, WY), pp. 565–576.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2013-ChirigatiSF
Packing experiments for sharing and publication (FSC, DS, JF), pp. 977–980.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2013-DeWittINS
We are drowning in a sea of least publishable units (LPUs) (DJD, IFI, JFN, MS), pp. 921–922.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2013-GraefeLKTV
Controlled lock violation (GG, ML, HAK, JT, ACV), pp. 85–96.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2013-LuoT0N
Finding time period-based most frequent path in big trajectory data (WL, HT, LC, LMN), pp. 713–724.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2013-SayersSKGCH
The farm: where pig scripts are bred and raised (CPS, AS, GK, AGG, DTC, MH), pp. 1025–1028.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2013-SidirourgosK
Column imprints: a secondary index structure (LS, MLK), pp. 893–904.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2013-WangHRN
Utility-maximizing event stream suppression (DW, YH, EAR, JFN), pp. 589–600.
TPDLTPDL-2013-GavrilisDA
A Curation-Oriented Thematic Aggregator (DG, CJD, SA), pp. 132–137.
TPDLTPDL-2013-HomoceanuTWB
Time-Based Exploratory Search in Scientific Literature (SH, ST, PW, WTB), pp. 374–377.
TPDLTPDL-2013-HuggettR
Domain Search and Exploration with Meta-Indexes (MH, ER), pp. 474–477.
VLDBVLDB-2013-AntonelliCCLT
Exploiting the Diversity, Mass and Speed of Territorial Data by TELCO Operator for Better User Services (FA, AC, CC, RL, GT), pp. 1164–1165.
VLDBVLDB-2013-LongWGJ
Direction-Preserving Trajectory Simplification (CL, RCWW, HVJ), pp. 949–960.
VLDBVLDB-2013-Ngo
Getting Unique Solution in Data Exchange (NN), pp. 1440–1443.
VLDBVLDB-2013-RamanABCKKLLLLMMPSSSSZ
DB2 with BLU Acceleration: So Much More than Just a Column Store (VR, GKA, RB, NC, DK, VK, JL, SL, SL, GML, TM, RM, IP, BS, DS, RS, AJS, LZ), pp. 1080–1091.
VLDBVLDB-2013-RenKBH
Hadoop’s Adolescence (KR, YK, MB, BH), pp. 853–864.
VLDBVLDB-2013-WhangLG
Question Selection for Crowd Entity Resolution (SEW, PL, HGM), pp. 349–360.
VLDBVLDB-2014-KaulWYJ13
Finding Shortest Paths on Terrains by Killing Two Birds with One Stone (MK, RCWW, BY, CSJ), pp. 73–84.
VLDBVLDB-2014-PelleyWGB13
Storage Management in the NVRAM Era (SP, TFW, BTG, BB), pp. 121–132.
CSEETCSEET-2013-ArdisBHOSV
Workshop on revisions to SE 2004 (MAA, DB, GWH, JO, MJS, WV), pp. 356–358.
CSEETCSEET-2013-FritzBD
Explorable Code Slides (MF, BB, SD), pp. 199–208.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2013-CarboneRC
Five years of taps on shoulders to PATS on backs in ICT (AC, BR, JC), pp. 195–200.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2013-Jones
The computing at school working group (SLPJ), p. 1.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2013-JuliaL
Rethinking the collaboration-cheating border (JMJ, DL), p. 352.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2013-PorterGGMT
Peer instruction in computer science at small liberal arts colleges (LP, SG, JG, AM, CT), pp. 129–134.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2013-RodgerGML
Increasing the experimentation of theoretical computer science with new features in JFLAP (SHR, JG, IM, PL), p. 351.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2013-Scott
The royal society of Edinburgh/British computer society computer science exemplification project (JS), p. 315.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2013-SettleGB
Beyond computer science: computational thinking across disciplines (AS, DSG, VB), pp. 311–312.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2013-StephensonGHK
Transforming computer science in schools (CS, JGE, SH, JK), pp. 309–310.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2013-WaldenDGH
An informatics perspective on computational thinking (JW, MD, RG, ZH), pp. 4–9.
SIGITESIGITE-2013-SmarkuskyTSH
Performing robots: innovative interdisciplinary projects (DLS, SAT, PSJ, CH), pp. 125–130.
SIGITESIGITE-2013-VihavainenLK
MOOC as semester-long entrance exam (AV, ML, JK), pp. 177–182.
SIGITESIGITE-2013-ZiloraBL
The changing face of information technology (SJZ, DSB, JL), pp. 29–34.
TFPIETFPIE-2013-Tobin-HochstadtH
From Principles to Practice with Class in the First Year (STH, DVH), pp. 1–15.
ICSMEICSM-2013-HillSPV
Differentiating Roles of Program Elements in Action-Oriented Concerns (EH, DS, LLP, KVS), pp. 376–379.
MSRMSR-2013-SinhaMG
Exploring activeness of users in QA forums (VSS, SM, MG), pp. 77–80.
SCAMSCAM-2013-Baca
Tracing with a minimal number of probes (DB), pp. 74–83.
CIAACIAA-J-2012-FominykhMV13
P(L)Aying for Synchronization (FMF, PVM, MVV), pp. 765–780.
DLTDLT-J-2012-GeffertP13
Unary Coded NP-Complete Languages in Aspace(log log n) (VG, DP), p. 1167–?.
DLTDLT-J-2012-SalomaaSS13
Goodby to the Kindhearted Dragon Prof. Sheng Yu, 1950-2012 (AS, KS, ALS), pp. 945–954.
CIAACIAA-2013-AbbadL
Computing Weights (HA, ÉL), pp. 24–35.
DLTDLT-2013-DassowMMM
Inner Palindromic Closure (JD, FM, RM, MM), pp. 155–166.
DLTDLT-2013-EsikI
Operational Characterization of Scattered MCFLs (, SI), pp. 215–226.
DLTDLT-2013-Jungers
Joint Spectral Characteristics: A Tale of Three Disciplines (RMJ), pp. 27–28.
DLTDLT-2013-LuPC
Deciding Determinism of Unary Languages Is coNP-Complete (PL, FP, HC), pp. 350–361.
DLTDLT-2013-MercasS
3-Abelian Cubes Are Avoidable on Binary Alphabets (RM, AS), pp. 374–383.
DLTDLT-2013-MousaviS
Repetition Avoidance in Circular Factors (HM, JS), pp. 384–395.
ICALPICALP-v1-2013-0002BFGK
Minimizing Maximum (Weighted) Flow-Time on Related and Unrelated Machines (SA, KB, TF, NG, AK), pp. 13–24.
ICALPICALP-v1-2013-AbboudL
Exact Weight Subgraphs and the k-Sum Conjecture (AA, KL), pp. 1–12.
ICALPICALP-v1-2013-BauerCRW
Search-Space Size in Contraction Hierarchies (RB, TC, IR, DW), pp. 93–104.
ICALPICALP-v1-2013-BilleFGKSV
Sparse Suffix Tree Construction in Small Space (PB, JF, ILG, TK, BS, HWV), pp. 148–159.
ICALPICALP-v1-2013-BilleGLW
Tree Compression with Top Trees (PB, ILG, GML, OW), pp. 160–171.
ICALPICALP-v1-2013-BravermanRWY
Direct Product via Round-Preserving Compression (MB, AR, OW, AY), pp. 232–243.
ICALPICALP-v1-2013-ChanLNS
New Doubling Spanners: Better and Simpler (THHC, ML, LN, SS), pp. 315–327.
ICALPICALP-v1-2013-Curticapean
Counting Matchings of Size k Is W[1]-Hard (RC), pp. 352–363.
ICALPICALP-v1-2013-DemaineILO
Combining Binary Search Trees (EDD, JI, SL, ÖÖ), pp. 388–399.
ICALPICALP-v1-2013-GilbertNPRS
ℓ2/ℓ2-Foreach Sparse Recovery with Low Risk (ACG, HQN, EP, AR, MJS), pp. 461–472.
ICALPICALP-v1-2013-HemenwayOW
Local Correctability of Expander Codes (BH, RO, MW), pp. 540–551.
ICALPICALP-v1-2013-KavithaV
Small Stretch Pairwise Spanners (TK, NMV), pp. 601–612.
ICALPICALP-v2-2013-GravinL
Competitive Auctions for Markets with Positive Externalities (NG, PL), pp. 569–580.
LATALATA-2013-AtminasLM
Deciding WQO for Factorial Languages (AA, VVL, MM), pp. 68–79.
LATALATA-2013-Shamir
Pumping, Shrinking and Pronouns: From Context Free to Indexed Grammars (ES), pp. 516–522.
TLCATLCA-2013-XuE
A Constructive Model of Uniform Continuity (CX, MHE), pp. 236–249.
CEFPCEFP-2013-DevaiLT
The EDSL’s Struggle for Their Sources (GD, DL, MT), pp. 300–335.
ICFPICFP-2013-Balabonski
Weak optimality, and the meaning of sharing (TB), pp. 263–274.
ICFPICFP-2013-BernardyM
Type-theory in color (JPB, GM), pp. 61–72.
ICFPICFP-2013-Garcia
Calculating threesomes, with blame (RG), pp. 417–428.
ICFPICFP-2013-Jones
Computer science as a school subject (SLPJ), pp. 159–160.
ICFPICFP-2013-KammarLO
Handlers in action (OK, SL, NO), pp. 145–158.
ICFPICFP-2013-MainlandLJ
Exploiting vector instructions with generalized stream fusio (GM, RL, SLPJ), pp. 37–48.
AIIDEAIIDE-2013-EvansHLA
Invited Talks (RE, DFH, AL, JA).
AIIDEAIIDE-2013-JacobCGSVM
Viewpoints AI (MJ, GC, AG, IS, GGV, BM).
AIIDEAIIDE-2013-JacobCGSVM13a
Viewpoints AI: Demonstration (MJ, GC, AG, IS, GGV, BM).
AIIDEAIIDE-2013-McCoyTSRMW
Prom Week (JM, MT, BS, AAR, MM, NWF).
AIIDEAIIDE-2013-Sturtevant
Incorporating Human Relationships Into Path Planning (NRS).
AIIDEAIIDE-2013-X13a
Sponsors.
AIIDEAIIDE-2013-X13b
Preface.
CoGCIG-2013-BarlowA
The impact of connection topology and agent size on cooperation in the iterated prisoner's dilemma (LAB, DA), pp. 1–8.
CoGCIG-2013-Brown13a
Evolved weapons for RPG drop systems (JAB), pp. 1–2.
CoGCIG-2013-Browne
UCT for PCG (CB), pp. 1–8.
CoGCIG-2013-GrimesD
Observations on strategies for Goofspiel (MG, MD), pp. 1–2.
CoGCIG-2013-NguyenWT
Potential flows for controlling scout units in StarCraft (KQN, ZW, RT), pp. 1–7.
DiGRADiGRA-2013-ChurchK
Assassin's Creed III and the Aesthetics of Disappointment (JC, MK).
DiGRADiGRA-2013-Ferrari
eSport and the Human Body: foundations for a popular aesthetics (SF).
DiGRADiGRA-2013-Gruning
Good Fences Make Good Neighbors: Values of Digital Objects in FarmVille2 (JG).
DiGRADiGRA-2013-HarropGC
Everyone's a Winner at Warhammer 40K (or, at least not a loser) (MH, MRG, MC).
DiGRADiGRA-2013-HarropGC13a
The Pretence Awareness Contexts and Oscillating Nature of Coaching Frames (MH, MRG, MC).
DiGRADiGRA-2013-KirschnerW
Experts and Novices or Expertise? Positioning Players through Gameplay Reviews (DK, JPW).
DiGRADiGRA-2013-Leino
Playability and its Absence - A post-ludological critique (OTL).
DiGRADiGRA-2013-TreanorM
An Account of Proceduralist Meaning (MT, MM).
DiGRADiGRA-2013-Woodford
Regulating Virtual Worlds: Considering Participant-Driven Approaches (DW).
FDGFDG-2013-CamposMIVP
My Dream Theatre: Putting conflict on center stage (JC0, CM, GI, AV, AP), pp. 283–290.
FDGFDG-2013-HerrewijnPC
The relationship between player involvement and immersion: An experimental investigation (LH, KP, GC), pp. 364–367.
FDGFDG-2013-ShiC
Optimal cover placement against static enemy positions (YS, RC), pp. 109–116.
GT-VMTGT-VMT-2013-BottoniP
Annotations on Complex Patterns (PB, FPP).
CHICHI-2013-BaxterML
Pirates of the search results page (KB, LWM, JL), pp. 3023–3026.
CHICHI-2013-BlytheBHWO
Unlimited editions: three approaches to the dissemination and display of digital art (MB, JB, JH, PCW, PO), pp. 139–148.
CHICHI-2013-BoulangerBGKSTSDB
Stroke rehabilitation with a sensing surface (CNB, AB, LdG, AK, KS, RT, ZS, PHD, SB), pp. 1243–1246.
CHICHI-2013-ClarkeWBM
Digital portraits: photo-sharing after domestic violence (RC, PCW, MB, JCM), pp. 2517–2526.
CHICHI-2013-Cottman-FieldsBR
Virtual birding: extending an environmental pastime into the virtual world for citizen science (MCF, MB, PR), pp. 2029–2032.
CHICHI-2013-DavisZOHRGN
Creativity support for novice digital filmmaking (NMD, AZ, BO, BH, MR, AG, MN), pp. 651–660.
CHICHI-2013-EgelmanSMBH
Does my password go up to eleven?: the impact of password meters on password selection (SE, AS, IM, KB, CH), pp. 2379–2388.
CHICHI-2013-ErikssonAS
The secret life of a persona: when the personal becomes private (EE, HA, AS), pp. 2677–2686.
CHICHI-2013-FeildWF
Supporting orientation during search result examination (HF, RWW, XF), pp. 2999–3008.
CHICHI-2013-FoshBRKB
see me, feel me, touch me, hear me: trajectories and interpretation in a sculpture garden (LF, SB, SR, BK, PB), pp. 149–158.
CHICHI-2013-FuchsbergerMT
Materials, materiality, and media (VF, MM, MT), pp. 2853–2862.
CHICHI-2013-GouveiaK
Footprint tracker: supporting diary studies with lifelogging (RG, EK), pp. 2921–2930.
CHICHI-2013-GreenHM
The efficacy of human post-editing for language translation (SG, JH, CDM), pp. 439–448.
CHICHI-2013-LanirSCG
Ownership and control of point of view in remote assistance (JL, RS, BC, PG), pp. 2243–2252.
CHICHI-2013-LaucknerH
The presentation of health-related search results and its impact on negative emotional outcomes (CL, GH), pp. 333–342.
CHICHI-2013-LeeB
Binocular cursor: enabling selection on transparent displays troubled by binocular parallax (JHL, SHB), pp. 3169–3172.
CHICHI-2013-MalacriaBHCG
Promoting Hotkey use through rehearsal with ExposeHK (SM, GB, JH, AC, CG), pp. 573–582.
CHICHI-2013-McPhersonGS
The space between the notes: adding expressive pitch control to the piano keyboard (APM, AG, AMS), pp. 2195–2204.
CHICHI-2013-MentisJ
Seeing movement qualities (HMM, CJ), pp. 3375–3384.
CHICHI-2013-MentisT
Imaging the body: embodied vision in minimally invasive surgery (HMM, AST), pp. 1479–1488.
CHICHI-2013-OulasvirtaRLZBVK
Improving two-thumb text entry on touchscreen devices (AO, AR, WL, YZ, MB, KV, POK), pp. 2765–2774.
CHICHI-2013-PaceTGPBB
A tribute to Mad skill: expert amateur visuality and world of Warcraft Machinima (TP, AT, SG, TP, JB, SB), pp. 2019–2028.
CHICHI-2013-PiorkowskiFKBSBJ
The whats and hows of programmers’ foraging diets (DP, SDF, IK, MMB, CS, RKEB, JJ), pp. 3063–3072.
CHICHI-2013-QuZ
Regularly visited patches in human mobility (YQ, JZ), pp. 395–398.
CHICHI-2013-SenJHBC
When the price is right: enabling time-dependent pricing of broadband data (SS, CJW, SH, JB, MC), pp. 2477–2486.
CHICHI-2013-StellmachD
Still looking: investigating seamless gaze-supported selection, positioning, and manipulation of distant targets (SS, RD), pp. 285–294.
CHICHI-2013-TanenbaumWDT
Democratizing technology: pleasure, utility and expressiveness in DIY and maker practice (JT, AMW, AD, KT), pp. 2603–2612.
CHICHI-2013-Thimbleby
Reasons to question seven segment displays (HT), pp. 1431–1440.
CHICHI-2013-WallaceWMGTO13a
A design-led inquiry into personhood in dementia (JW, PCW, JCM, DPG, JT, PO), pp. 2617–2626.
CHICHI-2013-WaycottVPKOGD
Older adults as digital content producers (JW, FV, SP, LK, EO, AG, JD), pp. 39–48.
CHICHI-2013-WilfingerMOMT
The wheels are turning: content rotation on steering wheel displays (DW, MM, SO, AM, MT), pp. 1809–1812.
CHICHI-2013-Yarosh
Shifting dynamics or breaking sacred traditions?: the role of technology in twelve-step fellowships (SY), pp. 3413–3422.
CHICHI-2013-YouS
I feel for my avatar: embodied perception in VEs (SY, SSS), pp. 3135–3138.
CHICHI-2013-YunA
A text message a day keeps the pulmonologist away (TJY, RIA), pp. 1769–1778.
CSCWCSCW-2013-Andersen
Medication management in the making: on ethnography-design relations (TOA), pp. 1103–1112.
CSCWCSCW-2013-BrushJMM
Digital neighborhood watch: investigating the sharing of camera data amongst neighbors (AJBB, JJ, RM, FM), pp. 693–700.
CSCWCSCW-2013-FurtadoAOB
Contributor profiles, their dynamics, and their importance in five q&a sites (AF, NA, NO, FVB), pp. 1237–1252.
CSCWCSCW-2013-Gilbert
Widespread underprovision on Reddit (EG), pp. 803–808.
CSCWCSCW-2013-IntroneD
Analyzing the flow of knowledge in computer mediated teams (JI, MD), pp. 341–356.
CSCWCSCW-2013-KinnairdDKF
Co-worker transparency in a microtask marketplace (PK, LD, SBK, HF), pp. 1285–1290.
CSCWCSCW-2013-Monroy-HernandezBKCC
The new war correspondents: he rise of civic media curation in urban warfare (AMH, DB, EK, MDC, SC), pp. 1443–1452.
CSCWCSCW-2013-PanTLZLFDW
An exploration on long-distance communications between left-behind children and their parents in China (LP, FT, FL, X(Z, YL, WF, GD, HW), pp. 1147–1156.
CSCWCSCW-2013-PertererSMWT
Come drive with me: an ethnographic study of driver-passenger pairs to inform future in-car assistance (NP, PS, AM, DW, MT), pp. 1539–1548.
CSCWCSCW-2013-ReynoldsSBH
Butler lies from both sides: actions and perceptions of unavailability management in texting (LR, MES, JPB, JTH), pp. 769–778.
CSCWCSCW-2013-StarbirdP
Working and sustaining the virtual “Disaster Desk” (KS, LP), pp. 491–502.
CSCWCSCW-2013-VermaRMJD
Complementarity of input devices to achieve knowledge sharing in meetings (HV, FR, SM, PJ, PD), pp. 701–714.
HCIDHM-HB-2013-BotterBCKME
The Biomechanical and Physiological Effect of Two Dynamic Workstations (JB, EMB, DC, RK, SHvM, RPE), pp. 196–204.
HCIDHM-HB-2013-IllmannFLBD
Application and Future Developments of EMA in Digital Production Planning and Ergonomics (BI, LF, WL, SB, MD), pp. 66–75.
HCIDHM-HB-2013-KaoH
Hand and Arm Support for Computer Workstation (GHK, TKPH), pp. 232–238.
HCIDHM-HB-2013-KorteKSOZVH
Evaluating Comfort Levels of a Workstation with an Individually Controlled Heating and Lighting System (EMdK, LKE, MES, LHvO, BvdZ, GV, GH), pp. 213–222.
HCIDHM-HB-2013-LiL
Grip Force and CR-10 Ratings for Youth Females (KWL, YCL), pp. 353–358.
HCIDHM-HB-2013-LiWW
Oxygenation and Blood Volume in Skeletal Muscle in Response to External Force (HL, CW, ZW), pp. 359–365.
HCIDHM-HB-2013-SenanayakeG
Setting That Mouse for Tracking Tasks (RS, RSG), pp. 276–281.
HCIDHM-SET-2013-BerberianSC
Causal Attribution and Control: Between Consciousness and Psychical Half-Shadow Application to Flight Operations (BB, JCS, LC), pp. 11–20.
HCIDHM-SET-2013-LungLJ
Plantar Pressure Gradient Angles to Evaluate Risk of Diabetic Foot Ulcer (CWL, BYL, YKJ), pp. 240–247.
HCIDHM-SET-2013-MeryS
Ideal Mode Selection of a Cardiac Pacing System (DM, NKS), pp. 258–267.
HCIDUXU-CXC-2013-Marcus
User-Experience and Science-Fiction in Chinese, Indian, and Japanese Films (AM), pp. 72–78.
HCIDUXU-NTE-2013-AlelisBA
Exhibiting Emotion: Capturing Visitors’ Emotional Responses to Museum Artefacts (GA, AB, CSA), pp. 429–438.
HCIDUXU-NTE-2013-HaoGC
Improving Management of Medical Equipment (YH, YG, YM(C), pp. 75–84.
HCIDUXU-NTE-2013-Schieder
Merging Two Worlds Together (AS), pp. 199–204.
HCIDUXU-NTE-2013-TalligHE
Border Crosser — A Robot as Mediator between the Virtual and Real World (AT, WH, ME), pp. 411–418.
HCIDUXU-NTE-2013-VegaF
Empowering Electronic Divas through Beauty Technology (KFCV, HF), pp. 237–245.
HCIDUXU-NTE-2013-WaldronS
Calculation of Areas of Permanence in Public Spaces, According to Solar Radiation Simulated Conditions (JAW, JHS), pp. 215–223.
HCIDUXU-PMT-2013-Bystricky
Techno-imagination and Implicit Knowledge (JB), pp. 22–28.
HCIDUXU-PMT-2013-ChenLV
Activity-Based Context-Aware Model (YC, ZL, JV), pp. 479–487.
HCIDUXU-PMT-2013-GreenwoodJ
Customer Recruitment: Ethical, Legal and Practical Issues (KG, AJ), pp. 273–282.
HCIDUXU-PMT-2013-Kurosu13a
Sci-Fi Movies and the Pessimistic View for the Future Controlled Society of Totalitarianism (MK), pp. 94–99.
HCIDUXU-WM-2013-BreuerWU
User-Centered Soft Innovation in Established Business Fields (HB, ZW, EU), pp. 3–12.
HCIDUXU-WM-2013-OettliP
Web-Portal Solution for Supporting In-Country Reviews (MO, TP), pp. 77–83.
HCIDUXU-WM-2013-Redish
Content as Conversation in Government Websites (J(R), pp. 294–303.
HCIDUXU-WM-2013-TsengLL
The Relationship between Preference and Stare Duration on Bicycle (JHT, DBL, ZHL), pp. 450–456.
HCIHCI-AMTE-2013-Gobel
Ageing and Innovation (MG), pp. 61–67.
HCIHCI-AMTE-2013-HoroldMK
Analyzing Varying Environmental Contexts in Public Transport (SH, CM, HK), pp. 85–94.
HCIHCI-AMTE-2013-OhkuraK
Basic Study on Kawaii Feeling of Material Perception (MO, TK), pp. 585–592.
HCIHCI-AMTE-2013-WincklerBB
Characterizing Incidents Reporting Systems across Applications Domains (MW, CB, RB), pp. 521–530.
HCIHCI-AS-2013-DickeJS
Auditory and Head-Up Displays in Vehicles (CD, GJ, JS), pp. 551–560.
HCIHCI-AS-2013-RamsbrockVW
Exploring Electric Driving Pleasure — The BMW EV Pilot Projects (JR, RV, JW), pp. 621–630.
HCIHCI-AS-2013-Sampanes
Gamifying Support (ACS), pp. 284–291.
HCIHCI-III-2013-IshiharaI13a
Correcting Distortion of Views into Aquarium (YI, MI), pp. 163–170.
HCIHCI-III-2013-KunoST
Long-Term Study of a Software Keyboard That Places Keys at Positions of Fingers and Their Surroundings (YK, BS, JT), pp. 72–81.
HCIHCI-III-2013-LimD
Evaluating Intelligibility Usage and Usefulness in a Context-Aware Application (BYL, AKD), pp. 92–101.
HCIHCI-III-2013-NovotnyPSP
The Solid Angle of Light Sources and Its Impact on the Suppression of Melatonin in Humans (PN, PP, MJS, HP), pp. 454–463.
HCIHCI-III-2013-ParkCKSK
Emotion Sharing with the Emotional Digital Picture Frame (KSP, YC, MK, KYS, DK), pp. 339–345.
HCIHCI-III-2013-ZhangZXHLLY
Alterations in Resting-State after Motor Imagery Training: A Pilot Investigation with Eigenvector Centrality Mapping (RZ, HZ, LX, MH, ZyL, YL, LY), pp. 498–504.
HCIHCI-IMT-2013-BoyP
A Situation Awareness Assistant for Human Deep Space Exploration (GAB, DP), pp. 629–636.
HCIHCI-IMT-2013-KurosawaST
Keyboard Clawing: Input Method by Clawing Key Tops (TK, BS, JT), pp. 272–280.
HCIHCI-IMT-2013-MorrisseyK
“Realness” in Chatbots: Establishing Quantifiable Criteria (KM, JK), pp. 87–96.
HCIHCI-UC-2013-LinCTH
An Application of the Ballistic Movement Method for Evaluating Computer Mice (RFL, CWC, YCT, CYH), pp. 199–208.
HCIHCI-UC-2013-ModestoFA
Search Engine Accessibility for Low-Literate Users (DMM, SBLF, AdSA), pp. 324–331.
HCIHCI-UC-2013-PetersM
Digital Menu Boards as Influencer for Healthy Eating (AP, BEM), pp. 428–437.
HCIHIMI-D-2013-ChiuWT
The Relationship Between Handlebar and Saddle Heights on Cycling Comfort (MCC, HCW, NTT), pp. 12–19.
HCIHIMI-D-2013-TsangCC
Effects of Stimulus Orientation, Grouping and Alignment on Spatial S-R Compatibility (SNHT, KWLC, AHSC), pp. 650–659.
HCIHIMI-D-2013-YoshinoTM
Window Manager Designed for Cloud Services (SY, TT, KM), pp. 157–166.
HCIHIMI-HSM-2013-AndersenKM
NFC Provided User Friendliness for Technologically Advanced Services (AA, RK, AME), pp. 337–346.
HCIHIMI-HSM-2013-HorieT
Characteristics of Touch Panel Operation with Non-Dominant Hand in Car Driving Context (YH, TT), pp. 577–584.
HCIHIMI-HSM-2013-ItoK
Autonomous Locomotion Based on Interpersonal Contexts of Pedestrian Areas for Intelligent Powered Wheelchair (TI, MK), pp. 480–489.
HCIHIMI-HSM-2013-JangOKK
User Guiding Information Supporting Application for Clinical Procedure in Traditional Medicine (HJ, YTO, AK, SKK), pp. 100–109.
HCIHIMI-HSM-2013-NakamuraN
Tactile Vibration of Personal Digital Assistants for Conveying Feelings (AN, MN), pp. 400–410.
HCIHIMI-HSM-2013-ZiccardiRORMBSCVS
Measuring UAS Pilot Responses to Common Air Traffic Clearances (JZ, ZR, RO, RCR, GM, VB, TZS, DC, KPLV, JS), pp. 606–612.
HCIHIMI-LCCB-2013-BraunerRGSZ
Human Factors in Supply Chain Management — Decision Making in Complex Logistic Scenarios (PB, SR, MG, GS, MZ), pp. 423–432.
HCIHIMI-LCCB-2013-KuwataOM
Searching Blog Sites with Product Reviews (HK, MO, HM), pp. 495–500.
HCIHIMI-LCCB-2013-OkaMM
Transferring Tacit Skills of WADAIKO (MO, AM, HM), pp. 118–125.
HCIHIMI-LCCB-2013-Takahashi13a
Role of Assigned Persona for Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Remote Control Environment (YT), pp. 372–380.
VISSOFTVISSOFT-2013-ScannielloE
Software entities as bird flocks and fish schools (GS, UE), pp. 1–4.
EDOCEDOC-2013-Curbera
Integrating the business cloud (FC), p. 103.
EDOCEDOC-2013-GuediHMN
Sizing the Underlying Factorization Structure of a Class Model (AOG, MH, AM, CN), pp. 167–172.
ICEISICEIS-v1-2013-ChiuPH
An Intelligent System for Reconstructing the Ripped-up Paper-Moneys (NHC, CEP, MCH), pp. 395–400.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2013-BouneffaA
Change Management of BPM-based Software Applications (MB, AA), pp. 37–45.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2013-MachadoPATWO
Situation-awareness as a Key for Proactive Actions in Ambient Assisted Living (AM, AMP, IA, LHT, LKW, JPMdO), pp. 418–426.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2013-SiepermannSL
Electronic Exercises for the Metra Potential Method (MS, CS, RL), pp. 435–442.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2013-Vagale
ePortfolio Data Utilization in LMS Learner Model (VV), pp. 489–496.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2013-VaniyaBN
Examining Potentials of Building M&A Preparedness (NV, PB, ON), pp. 199–210.
CIKMCIKM-2013-BordinoML
Penguins in sweaters, or serendipitous entity search on user-generated content (IB, YM, ML), pp. 109–118.
CIKMCIKM-2013-BrilhanteMNPR
Where shall we go today?: planning touristic tours with tripbuilder (IRB, JAFdM, FMN, RP, CR), pp. 757–762.
CIKMCIKM-2013-CaiZZW
Wikification via link co-occurrence (ZC, KZ, KQZ, HW), pp. 1087–1096.
CIKMCIKM-2013-DietzWHC
Retrieving opinions from discussion forums (LD, ZW, SH, WBC), pp. 1225–1228.
CIKMCIKM-2013-FerenceLJY
Spatial search for K diverse-near neighbors (GF, WCL, HJJ, DNY), pp. 19–28.
CIKMCIKM-2013-NaeemWDL
A generic front-stage for semi-stream processing (MAN, GW, GD, CL), pp. 769–774.
CIKMCIKM-2013-WhangG
Disinformation techniques for entity resolution (SEW, HGM), pp. 715–720.
ECIRECIR-2013-GuanY
Increasing Stability of Result Organization for Session Search (DG, HY), pp. 471–482.
ECIRECIR-2013-GuoDY
Updating Users about Time Critical Events (QG, FD, EYT), pp. 483–494.
ECIRECIR-2013-JohoI
Doctoral Consortium at ECIR 2013 (HJ, DII), p. 890.
ECIRECIR-2013-LimsopathamMO
Aggregating Evidence from Hospital Departments to Improve Medical Records Search (NL, CM, IO), pp. 279–291.
ECIRECIR-2013-WeberHS
From Republicans to Teenagers — Group Membership and Search (GRUMPS) (IW, DH, PS), pp. 886–889.
ECIRECIR-2013-WilkieA
An Initial Investigation on the Relationship between Usage and Findability (CW, LA), pp. 808–811.
ICMLICML-c1-2013-BengioMDR
Better Mixing via Deep Representations (YB, GM, YD, SR), pp. 552–560.
ICMLICML-c1-2013-ChenC13a
Noisy and Missing Data Regression: Distribution-Oblivious Support Recovery (YC, CC), pp. 383–391.
ICMLICML-c1-2013-ChenWC
Maximum Variance Correction with Application to A* Search (WC, KQW, YC), pp. 302–310.
ICMLICML-c1-2013-DoK
Convex formulations of radius-margin based Support Vector Machines (HD, AK), pp. 169–177.
ICMLICML-c1-2013-GirshickSD
Discriminatively Activated Sparselets (RBG, HOS, TD), pp. 196–204.
ICMLICML-c1-2013-PareekR
Human Boosting (HHP, PDR), pp. 338–346.
ICMLICML-c2-2013-AlainO
Gated Autoencoders with Tied Input Weights (AD, OS), pp. 154–162.
ICMLICML-c2-2013-KyrillidisBCK
Sparse projections onto the simplex (ATK, SB, VC, CK), pp. 235–243.
ICMLICML-c2-2013-SalazarBGHC
Exploring the Mind: Integrating Questionnaires and fMRI (ES, RB, AG, AH, LC), pp. 262–270.
ICMLICML-c2-2013-Telgarsky
Margins, Shrinkage, and Boosting (MT), pp. 307–315.
ICMLICML-c2-2013-UrvoyCFN
Generic Exploration and K-armed Voting Bandits (TU, FC, RF, SN), pp. 91–99.
ICMLICML-c2-2013-WenKEB
Sequential Bayesian Search (ZW, BK, BE, SB), pp. 226–234.
ICMLICML-c3-2013-AppelFDP
Quickly Boosting Decision Trees — Pruning Underachieving Features Early (RA, TJF, PD, PP), pp. 594–602.
ICMLICML-c3-2013-Cuturid
Mean Reversion with a Variance Threshold (MC, Ad), pp. 271–279.
ICMLICML-c3-2013-DekelH
Better Rates for Any Adversarial Deterministic MDP (OD, EH), pp. 675–683.
ICMLICML-c3-2013-GopiN0N
One-Bit Compressed Sensing: Provable Support and Vector Recovery (SG, PN, PJ, AVN), pp. 154–162.
ICMLICML-c3-2013-GoschinWL
The Cross-Entropy Method Optimizes for Quantiles (SG, AW, MLL), pp. 1193–1201.
ICMLICML-c3-2013-GrunewalderAS
Smooth Operators (SG, AG, JST), pp. 1184–1192.
ICMLICML-c3-2013-KalaitzisLLZ
The Bigraphical Lasso (AAK, JDL, NDL, SZ), pp. 1229–1237.
ICMLICML-c3-2013-Lopes
Estimating Unknown Sparsity in Compressed Sensing (ML), pp. 217–225.
ICMLICML-c3-2013-MineiroK
Loss-Proportional Subsampling for Subsequent ERM (PM, NK), pp. 522–530.
ICMLICML-c3-2013-OgawaITS
Infinitesimal Annealing for Training Semi-Supervised Support Vector Machines (KO, MI, IT, MS), pp. 897–905.
ICMLICML-c3-2013-OgawaST
Safe Screening of Non-Support Vectors in Pathwise SVM Computation (KO, YS, IT), pp. 1382–1390.
ICMLICML-c3-2013-OlivaPS
Distribution to Distribution Regression (JBO, BP, JGS), pp. 1049–1057.
ICMLICML-c3-2013-SeijenS
Planning by Prioritized Sweeping with Small Backups (HvS, RSS), pp. 361–369.
ICMLICML-c3-2013-TakacBRS
Mini-Batch Primal and Dual Methods for SVMs (MT, ASB, PR, NS), pp. 1022–1030.
ICMLICML-c3-2013-TangSH
Tensor Analyzers (YT, RS, GEH), pp. 163–171.
KDDKDD-2013-0001Z
Exact sparse recovery with L0 projections (PL, CHZ), pp. 302–310.
KDDKDD-2013-ChenCMG
Density-based logistic regression (WC, YC, YM, BG), pp. 140–148.
KDDKDD-2013-ChiangLPY
Inferring distant-time location in low-sampling-rate trajectories (MFC, YHL, WCP, PSY), pp. 1454–1457.
KDDKDD-2013-EftekharGK
Information cascade at group scale (ME, YG, NK), pp. 401–409.
KDDKDD-2013-Etzioni
To buy or not to buy: that is the question (OE), p. 1133.
KDDKDD-2013-JoglekarGP
Evaluating the crowd with confidence (MJ, HGM, AGP), pp. 686–694.
KDDKDD-2013-KapoorSSS
Measuring spontaneous devaluations in user preferences (KK, NS, JS, PRS), pp. 1061–1069.
KDDKDD-2013-LiWWF
Location-aware publish/subscribe (GL, YW, TW, JF), pp. 802–810.
KDDKDD-2013-MelvilleCLPMSAA
Amplifying the voice of youth in Africa via text analytics (PM, VC, RDL, JP, MM, SS, RA, SA), pp. 1204–1212.
KDDKDD-2013-Ramakrishnan
Scale-out beyond map-reduce (RR), p. 1.
KDDKDD-2013-RistanoskiLB
A time-dependent enhanced support vector machine for time series regression (GR, WL, JB), pp. 946–954.
KDIRKDIR-KMIS-2013-CastellanoS
Developing Innovative e-Learning Solutions (MC, FAS), pp. 484–489.
KDIRKDIR-KMIS-2013-Castro-Caldas
The Working Brain — Windows to the Outside World (ACC), pp. 1–13.
KDIRKDIR-KMIS-2013-StefanescuTMS
Public Transportation on River Tagus (PS, DPdST, MM, WS), pp. 502–507.
KEODKEOD-2013-CarvalhoMS
DEMO Engine (PMdC, CM, MMdS), pp. 445–452.
KEODKEOD-2013-HalimAAA
Task Knowledge Model for Triage Decision-Support (SAH, MA, RA, MSA), pp. 261–268.
KEODKEOD-2013-JiC
From Structured Task Instructions to Robot Task Plans (JJ, XC), pp. 237–244.
SEKESEKE-2013-AlamRP
Decision Support for Re-planning of Software Product Releases (SMDAA, GR, DP), pp. 89–94.
SEKESEKE-2013-AstromskisJSS
Andon for Dentists (SA, AJ, AS, GS), pp. 147–152.
SEKESEKE-2013-Picard
Surprising discoveries from emotion sensors (RWP).
SIGIRSIGIR-2013-BalogN
A test collection for entity search in DBpedia (KB, RN), pp. 737–740.
SIGIRSIGIR-2013-ChenL
An information-theoretic account of static index pruning (RCC, CJL), pp. 163–172.
SIGIRSIGIR-2013-DangC
Term level search result diversification (VD, WBC), pp. 603–612.
SIGIRSIGIR-2013-HallCFGSAOSFGB
Information seeking in digital cultural heritage with PATHS (MMH, PDC, SF, PG, MS, EA, AO, AS, KF, JG, RB), pp. 1105–1106.
SIGIRSIGIR-2013-HongS
Search result diversification in resource selection for federated search (DH, LS), pp. 613–622.
SIGIRSIGIR-2013-MoranLO
Neighbourhood preserving quantisation for LSH (SM, VL, MO), pp. 1009–1012.
SIGIRSIGIR-2013-NoroziA
Kinship contextualization: utilizing the preceding and following structural elements (MAN, PA), pp. 837–840.
SIGIRSIGIR-2013-Sappelli
The role of current working context in professional search (MS), p. 1148.
SIGIRSIGIR-2013-VillaH
Is relevance hard work?: evaluating the effort of making relevant assessments (RV, MH), pp. 765–768.
SIGIRSIGIR-2013-WangLYTWL
The impact of solid state drive on search engine cache management (JW, EL, MLY, JT, GW, XL), pp. 693–702.
SKYSKY-2013-GallantG
Overcoming Software System Misuse by Domain Knowledge (RG, LG), pp. 62–69.
BXBX-2013-HofmannPW
Edit languages for information trees (MH, BCP, DW), pp. 76–89.
ECMFAECMFA-2013-KleinerFS
Transformation as Search (MK, MDDF, DDQS), pp. 54–69.
ICMTICMT-2013-BaggeL
Walk Your Tree Any Way You Want (AHB, RL), pp. 33–49.
MODELSMoDELS-2013-SteimannU
Generic Model Assist (FS, BU), pp. 18–34.
SPLCSPLC-2013-ClementsRY
Barriers for SPL practice and paths to get over them (PCC, JR, KY), p. 289.
SPLCSPLC-2013-McGregorANS
Scale changes everything, but… (JDM, MA, LMN, KS), p. 288.
OnwardOnward-2013-TorlakB
Growing solver-aided languages with rosette (ET, RB), pp. 135–152.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2013-BolzDT
Storage strategies for collections in dynamically typed languages (CFB, LD, LT), pp. 167–182.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2013-SalkeldK
Interacting with dead objects (RS, GK), pp. 203–216.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2013-ShahriyarBYM
Taking off the gloves with reference counting Immix (RS, SMB, XY, KSM), pp. 93–110.
AdaEuropeAdaEurope-2013-XueN
Measuring the Odds of Statements Being Faulty (XX, ASN), pp. 109–126.
PADLPADL-2013-GuzmanCH
Supporting Pruning in Tabled LP (PCdG, MC, MVH), pp. 60–76.
PEPMPEPM-2013-Thiemann
Partially static operations (PT), pp. 75–76.
PLDIPLDI-2013-LifflanderKK
Steal Tree: low-overhead tracing of work stealing schedulers (JL, SK, LVK), pp. 507–518.
POPLPOPL-2013-DelawareOS
Meta-theory à la carte (BD, BCdSO, TS), pp. 207–218.
POPLPOPL-2013-TotlaW
Complete instantiation-based interpolation (NT, TW), pp. 537–548.
PPDPPPDP-2013-MidtgaardRL
Engineering definitional interpreters (JM, NR, BL), pp. 121–132.
PPDPPPDP-2013-RobbinsHK
Theory propagation and rational-trees (ER, JMH, AK), pp. 193–204.
QAPLQAPL-2013-Tranquilli
Indexed Labels for Loop Iteration Dependent Costs (PT), pp. 19–33.
SASSAS-2013-AmatoS
Localizing Widening and Narrowing (GA, FS), pp. 25–42.
REFSQREFSQ-2013-IngolfoSJSPM
Choosing Compliance Solutions through Stakeholder Preferences (SI, AS, IJ, AS, AP, JM), pp. 206–220.
ASEASE-2013-MacedoGC
Model repair and transformation with Echo (NM, TG, AC), pp. 694–697.
ESEC-FSEESEC-FSE-2013-Terekhov
Good technology makes the difficult task easy (AT), pp. 683–686.
ICSEICSE-2013-AlrajehRLMMN
Computational alignment of goals and scenarios for complex systems (DA, AR, JL, NAMM, AM, MN), pp. 1249–1252.
ICSEICSE-2013-Dagnino
Estimating software-intensive projects in the absence of historical data (AD), pp. 941–950.
ICSEICSE-2013-WhalenGYHS
Observable modified Condition/Decision coverage (MWW, GG, DY, MPEH, MS), pp. 102–111.
SACSAC-2013-ArmandoCM
Bring your own device, securely (AA, GC, AM), pp. 1852–1858.
SACSAC-2013-ChenPX
Constructing and comparing user mobility profiles for location-based services (XC, JP, RX), pp. 261–266.
SACSAC-2013-FerreiraM
Estimating the size of data mart projects (WGF, HTMN), pp. 1147–1148.
SACSAC-2013-Gaggi
Discovering local attractions from geo-tagged photos (OG), pp. 730–735.
SACSAC-2013-LimaBM
Broadcast cancellation in search mechanisms (RL, CB, HM), pp. 548–553.
SACSAC-2013-SimaoV
A progress and profile-driven cloud-VM for resource-efficiency and fairness in e-science environments (JS, LV), pp. 357–362.
SACSAC-2013-YuFH
An intelligent building that listens to your needs (DYY, EF, HH), pp. 58–63.
CASECASE-2013-AlfonsoAX
Tactical planning of bloodmobile collection systems (EA, VA, XX), pp. 26–31.
CASECASE-2013-ChengXZZWS
Integrated control of blind and lights in daily office environment (ZC, LX, QZ, YZ, FW, FS), pp. 587–592.
CASECASE-2013-ChoJKMKC
Caterpillar-based cable climbing robot for inspection of suspension bridge hanger rope (KHC, YHJ, HMK, HM, JK, HRC), pp. 1059–1062.
CASECASE-2013-ChowN
Improved knot-tying methods for autonomous robot surgery (DLC, WSN), pp. 461–465.
CASECASE-2013-JiangLCT
Storage yard management for transshipment ports (XJ, LHL, EPC, KCT), pp. 138–143.
CASECASE-2013-LiuLXB
Cooperative control of air flow for HVAC systems (SL, YL, LX, AMB), pp. 422–427.
CASECASE-2013-NaikMRHB
An example of computing the failure-tolerant workspace area for a planar kinematically redundant robot (PSN, AAM, RGR, RCH, KMBG), pp. 306–311.
CASECASE-2013-ViswanadhamVK
Orchestrating the print supply chain in emerging markets (NV, SV, RK), pp. 213–218.
CASECASE-2013-YuLYS
Electrophoresis-based motion planning and control of a nanowire in fluid suspension (KY, XL, JY, JS), pp. 819–824.
CGOCGO-2013-BaoD
Defensive loop tiling for shared cache (BB, CD), p. 11.
CGOCGO-2013-CostaASP
Just-in-time value specialization (IRdAC, PROA, HNS, FMQP), p. 11.
DACDAC-2013-ChienOCKC
Double patterning lithography-aware analog placement (HCCC, HCO, TCC, TYK, YWC), p. 6.
DACDAC-2013-FariborziCNCHLLS
Relays do not leak: CMOS does (HF, FC, RN, IRC, LH, RL, TJKL, VS), p. 4.
DACDAC-2013-GoncalvesPPD
Non-volatile FPGAs based on spintronic devices (OG, GP, GdP, BD), p. 3.
DACDAC-2013-KunduCSK
An ATE assisted DFD technique for volume diagnosis of scan chains (SK, SC, IS, RK), p. 6.
DACDAC-2013-LiuHLMCHZ
Digital-assisted noise-eliminating training for memristor crossbar-based analog neuromorphic computing engine (BL, MH, HL, ZHM, YC, TH, WZ), p. 6.
DACDAC-2013-OuCC
Simultaneous analog placement and routing with current flow and current density considerations (HCO, HCCC, YWC), p. 6.
DACDAC-2013-ZhangPFH
Lighting the dark silicon by exploiting heterogeneity on future processors (YZ, LP, XF, YH), p. 7.
DATEDATE-2013-BayrakVRNBI
An EDA-friendly protection scheme against side-channel attacks (AGB, NV, FR, DN, PB, PI), pp. 410–415.
DATEDATE-2013-CarreteroHMRV
Capturing vulnerability variations for register files (JC, EH, MM, TR, XV), pp. 1468–1473.
DATEDATE-2013-DengKNOYOBKPD
Electrical calibration of spring-mass MEMS capacitive accelerometers (LD, VK, NSJN, MKO, EY, SO, BB, SK, DP, TD), pp. 571–574.
DATEDATE-2013-FettweisHLF
Wireless interconnect for board and chip level (GF, NuH, LL, EF), pp. 958–963.
DATEDATE-2013-GaillardonABMSLM
Vertically-stacked double-gate nanowire FETs with controllable polarity: from devices to regular ASICs (PEG, LGA, SB, MDM, DS, YL, GDM), pp. 625–630.
DATEDATE-2013-GoultiaevaSB
Bridging the gap between dual propagation and CNF-based QBF solving (AG, MS, AB), pp. 811–814.
DATEDATE-2013-JohnSVK
Semiconductor technologies for smart mobility management (RJ, MS, OV, KK), pp. 1749–1752.
DATEDATE-2013-LiBMLO
Optical look up table (ZL, SLB, CM, XL, IO), pp. 873–876.
DATEDATE-2013-MandalKM
Exploring topologies for source-synchronous ring-based network-on-chip (AM, SPK, RNM), pp. 1026–1031.
DATEDATE-2013-MishchenkoEBCCS
A semi-canonical form for sequential AIGs (AM, NE, RKB, MLC, PC, NS), pp. 797–802.
DATEDATE-2013-ThomasMHMK
Configurability in IP subystems: baseband examples (PXT, GM, DH, DM, JK), pp. 163–168.
DATEDATE-2013-TuHC
Co-synthesis of data paths and clock control paths for minimum-period clock gating (WPT, SHH, CHC), pp. 1831–1836.
DATEDATE-2013-VenutoS
Dr. Frankenstein’s dream made possible: implanted electronic devices (DDV, ALSV), pp. 1531–1536.
DATEDATE-2013-ZoniF
Sensor-wise methodology to face NBTI stress of NoC buffers (DZ, WF), pp. 1038–1043.
HPCAHPCA-2013-ChenP
Worm-Bubble Flow Control (LC, TMP), pp. 366–377.
ISMMISMM-2013-WhiteSAJ
Control theory for principled heap sizing (DRW, JS, JMA, REJ), pp. 27–38.
LCTESLCTES-2013-Wu
HW/SW co-designed acceleration of dynamic languages (YW), pp. 1–2.
PDPPDP-2013-CasanovaDRV
Mapping Tightly-Coupled Applications on Volatile Resources (HC, FD, YR, FV), pp. 126–130.
PLOSPLOS-2013-Eriksen
Your server as a function (ME), p. 7.
PPoPPPPoPP-2013-CalciuDLLMS
NUMA-aware reader-writer locks (IC, DD, YL, VL, VJM, NS), pp. 157–166.
PPoPPPPoPP-2013-ShunBFG
Reducing contention through priority updates (JS, GEB, JTF, PBG), pp. 299–300.
SOSPSOSP-2013-MoraruAK
There is more consensus in Egalitarian parliaments (IM, DGA, MK), pp. 358–372.
SOSPSOSP-2013-TerryPKBAA
Consistency-based service level agreements for cloud storage (DBT, VP, RK, MB, MKA, HAL), pp. 309–324.
SOSPSOSP-2013-XuZHZSYZP
Do not blame users for misconfigurations (TX, JZ, PH, JZ, TS, DY, YZ, SP), pp. 244–259.
ESOPESOP-2013-JeanninKS
Language Constructs for Non-Well-Founded Computation (JBJ, DK, AS), pp. 61–80.
ESOPESOP-2013-SeghirK
Counterexample-Guided Precondition Inference (MNS, DK), pp. 451–471.
FoSSaCSFoSSaCS-2013-AvniK
Parameterized Weighted Containment (GA, OK), pp. 369–384.
FoSSaCSFoSSaCS-2013-GianantonioE
A Language for Differentiable Functions (PDG, AE), pp. 337–352.
FoSSaCSFoSSaCS-2013-Winskel
Strategies as Profunctors (GW), pp. 418–433.
STOCSTOC-2013-AgrawalSS
Quasi-polynomial hitting-set for set-depth-Δ formulas (MA, CS, NS), pp. 321–330.
STOCSTOC-2013-AzarCG
The loss of serving in the dark (YA, IRC, IG), pp. 951–960.
STOCSTOC-2013-BeckI
Strong ETH holds for regular resolution (CB, RI), pp. 487–494.
STOCSTOC-2013-BringmannL
Succinct sampling from discrete distributions (KB, KGL), pp. 775–782.
STOCSTOC-2013-CadekKMVW
Extending continuous maps: polynomiality and undecidability (MC, MK, JM, LV, UW), pp. 595–604.
STOCSTOC-2013-CaiGW
A complete dichotomy rises from the capture of vanishing signatures: extended abstract (JYC, HG, TW), pp. 635–644.
STOCSTOC-2013-ChakrabartyS
A o(n) monotonicity tester for boolean functions over the hypercube (DC, CS), pp. 411–418.
STOCSTOC-2013-CheungCD
Tatonnement beyond gross substitutes?: gradient descent to the rescue (YKC, RC, NRD), pp. 191–200.
STOCSTOC-2013-DeMN
Majority is stablest: discrete and SoS (AD, EM, JN), pp. 477–486.
STOCSTOC-2013-ElkinS
Optimal euclidean spanners: really short, thin and lanky (ME, SS), pp. 645–654.
STOCSTOC-2013-KaneM
A PRG for lipschitz functions of polynomials with applications to sparsest cut (DMK, RM), pp. 1–10.
STOCSTOC-2013-MilesV
Shielding circuits with groups (EM, EV), pp. 251–260.
STOCSTOC-2013-Orlin
Max flows in O(nm) time, or better (JBO), pp. 765–774.
CADECADE-2013-ErbaturKMNR
Hierarchical Combination (SE, DK, AMM, PN, CR), pp. 249–266.
CADECADE-2013-HoderV
The 481 Ways to Split a Clause and Deal with Propositional Variables (KH, AV), pp. 450–464.
CADECADE-2013-KuhlweinSU
E-MaLeS 1.1 (DK, SS, JU), pp. 407–413.
CADECADE-2013-MouraP
Computation in Real Closed Infinitesimal and Transcendental Extensions of the Rationals (LMdM, GOP), pp. 178–192.
CAVCAV-2013-AlbarghouthiM
Beautiful Interpolants (AA, KLM), pp. 313–329.
CSLCSL-2013-BoudesHP
A characterization of the Taylor expansion of λ-terms (PB, FH, MP), pp. 101–115.
CSLCSL-2013-Dershowitz
Res Publica: The Universal Model of Computation (ND), pp. 5–10.
CSLCSL-2013-Tendera
Means and Limits of Decision (LT), pp. 28–29.
ICLPICLP-J-2013-Balduccini
ASP with non-herbrand partial functions: a language and system for practical use (MB), pp. 547–561.
ICSTICST-2013-RosslerZFZC
Reconstructing Core Dumps (JR, AZ, GF, CZ, GC), pp. 114–123.
ISSTAISSTA-2013-BarrBM
Collecting a heap of shapes (ETB, CB, MM), pp. 123–133.
ISSTAISSTA-2013-NijjarB
Data model property inference and repair (JN, TB), pp. 202–212.
LICSLICS-2013-Accattoli
Compressing Polarized Boxes (BA), pp. 428–437.
LICSLICS-2013-Leroux
Presburger Vector Addition Systems (JL), pp. 23–32.
ICSTSAT-2013-GoultiaevaB
Recovering and Utilizing Partial Duality in QBF (AG, FB), pp. 83–99.
ICSTSAT-2013-HaanKS
Local Backbones (RdH, IAK, SS), pp. 377–393.
ICSTSAT-2013-LagniezB
Factoring Out Assumptions to Speed Up MUS Extraction (JML, AB), pp. 276–292.
TAPTAP-2013-StokkinkTS
Divergent Quiescent Transition Systems (WGJS, MT, MS), pp. 214–231.
VMCAIVMCAI-2013-AbdullaHH
All for the Price of Few (PAA, FH, LH), pp. 476–495.
VMCAIVMCAI-2013-HeuleLMS
Abstract Read Permissions: Fractional Permissions without the Fractions (SH, KRML, PM, AJS), pp. 315–334.
VMCAIVMCAI-2013-SchrammelS
Logico-Numerical Max-Strategy Iteration (PS, PS), pp. 414–433.
DocEngDocEng-2012-WorchLG
Glyph spotting for mediaeval handwritings by template matching (JHW, ML, BG), pp. 213–216.
DRRDRR-2012-MazalovW
Improving isolated and in-context classication of handwritten characters (VM, SMW).
DRRDRR-2012-ZhangN
Style comparisons in calligraphy (XZ, GN).
HTHT-2012-HargoodDMTB
Exploring (the poetics of) strange (and fractal) hypertexts (CH, RD, DEM, MRT, SB), pp. 181–186.
HTHT-2012-Kolb
Story/story (DAK), pp. 99–102.
HTHT-2012-MacekSAS
Anatomy of a conference (BEM, CS, MA, GS), pp. 245–254.
JCDLJCDL-2012-IshiharaISTT
Transforming Japanese archives into accessible digital books (TI, TI, DS, AT, HT), pp. 91–100.
JCDLJCDL-2012-OksanenV
Emphasis on examining results in fiction searches contributes to finding good novels (SO, PV), pp. 199–202.
JCDLJCDL-2012-ShamsM
Investigating keyphrase indexing with text denoising (RS, REM), pp. 263–266.
JCDLJCDL-2012-YanHTZL
To better stand on the shoulder of giants (RY, CH, JT, YZ, XL), pp. 51–60.
PODSPODS-2012-BorodinLY
Max-Sum diversification, monotone submodular functions and dynamic updates (AB, HCL, YY), pp. 155–166.
PODSPODS-2012-KoutrisUBHS
Query-based data pricing (PK, PU, MB, BH, DS), pp. 167–178.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2012-DeutchM
Mob data sourcing (DD, TM), pp. 581–584.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2012-DignosBG
Temporal alignment (AD, MHB, JG), pp. 433–444.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2012-GanFFN
Locality-sensitive hashing scheme based on dynamic collision counting (JG, JF, QF, WN), pp. 541–552.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2012-GuoPG
So who won?: dynamic max discovery with the crowd (SG, AGP, HGM), pp. 385–396.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2012-QianCJ
Sample-driven schema mapping (LQ, MJC, HVJ), pp. 73–84.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2012-SarmaFGHLWXY
Finding related tables (ADS, LF, NG, AYH, HL, FW, RX, CY), pp. 817–828.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2012-XueYC
Temporal provenance discovery in micro-blog message streams (ZX, JY, BC), p. 864.
TPDLTPDL-2012-AndersonA
Malleable Finding Aids (SRA, RBA), pp. 402–407.
TPDLTPDL-2012-Beigbeder
A Model for Searching Musical Scores by Instrumentation (MB), pp. 311–316.
TPDLTPDL-2012-RahmanDR
SIARD Archive Browser (AUR, GD, CR), pp. 496–499.
TPDLTPDL-2012-SchaerML
Extending Term Suggestion with Author Names (PS, PM, TL), pp. 317–322.
TPDLTPDL-2012-SweetnamAOPSHSL
User Needs for Enhanced Engagement with Cultural Heritage Collections (MSS, MA, NO, CP, CMS, ECH, MÓS, SL), pp. 64–75.
VLDBVLDB-2012-CaoSTC
Whom to Ask? Jury Selection for Decision Making Tasks on Micro-blog Services (CCC, JS, YT, LC), pp. 1495–1506.
VLDBVLDB-2012-Dogac
Interoperability in eHealth Systems (AD), pp. 2026–2027.
VLDBVLDB-2012-HallBBGN
Processing a Trillion Cells per Mouse Click (AH, OB, RB, SG, MN), pp. 1436–1446.
VLDBVLDB-2012-LiuTP
MapReduce-based Dimensional ETL Made Easy (XL, CT, TBP), pp. 1882–1885.
VLDBVLDB-2012-MartensNNS
Developing and Analyzing XSDs through BonXai (WM, FN, MN, TS), pp. 1994–1997.
VLDBVLDB-2012-PortsG
Serializable Snapshot Isolation in PostgreSQL (DRKP, KG), pp. 1850–1861.
VLDBVLDB-2012-QinYC
Diversifying Top-K Results (LQ, JXY, LC), pp. 1124–1135.
VLDBVLDB-2013-0002KMMO12
Counting with the Crowd (AM, DRK, SM, RM, SO), pp. 109–120.
CSEETCSEET-2012-BareissS
A Gentle Introduction to Learn by Doing (RB, TS), pp. 81–84.
CSEETCSEET-2012-SajeevC
Will They Report It? Ethical Attitude of Graduate Software Engineers in Reporting Bad News (ASMS, IC), pp. 42–51.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2012-Blum
Alan turing and the other theory of computation (LB), p. 2.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2012-DoddsLB
Bio1 as CS1: evaluating a crossdisciplinary CS context (ZD, RLH, EB), pp. 268–272.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2012-KuzmitskiyD
DSS for the group estimating of the graduation papers (VK, BD), p. 400.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2012-Larraza-MendiluzeGMMRALS
Nintendo® DS projects to learn computer input-output (ELM, NGV, JIM, JM, TRV, ISA, JFL, KS), p. 373.
SIGITESIGITE-2012-AlexanderDHHS
Building a cloud based systems lab (JA, AD, JH, DH, MS), pp. 151–154.
SIGITESIGITE-2012-ElardeC
The pedagogical value of “eduployment”: information technology internships in rural areas (JVE, FFC), pp. 189–194.
TFPIETFPIE-2012-Ragde
Mathematics Is Imprecise (PR), pp. 40–49.
ICSMEICSM-2012-BasitAHJ
Things structural clones tell that simple clones don’t (HAB, UA, SH, SJ), pp. 275–284.
AFLAFL-J-2011-KufleitnerL12
Around dot-Depth One (MK, AL), pp. 1323–1340.
AFLAFL-J-2011-MalettiQ12
Unweighted and Weighted Hyper-Minimization (AM, DQ), pp. 1207–1226.
DLTDLT-J-2011-EhrenfeuchtMRB12
Stability and Chaos in reaction Systems (AE, MGM, GR, ATB), p. 1173–?.
CIAACIAA-2012-FominykhV
P(l)aying for Synchronization (FMF, MVV), pp. 159–170.
CIAACIAA-2012-GaoS
In Memoriam Sheng Yu (YG, KS), pp. 1–4.
CIAACIAA-2012-JahnKL
Regular Ideal Languages and Their Boolean Combinations (FJ, MK, AL), pp. 205–216.
CIAACIAA-2012-LombardyS
The Removal of Weighted ε-Transitions (SL, JS), pp. 345–352.
CIAACIAA-2012-ReussS
Crossing the Syntactic Barrier: Hom-Disequalities for H1-Clauses (AR, HS), pp. 301–312.
DLTDLT-2012-DennunzioFP
Acceptance Conditions for ω-Languages (AD, EF, JP), pp. 320–331.
DLTDLT-2012-GeffertP
Unary Coded NP-Complete Languages in ASPACE (log log n) (VG, DP), pp. 166–177.
DLTDLT-2012-KrebsL
Dense Completeness (AK, KJL), pp. 178–189.
DLTDLT-2012-Szilard
The Kind Hearted Dragon Prof. Sheng Yu, 1950-2012 (AS), pp. 1–6.
ICALPICALP-v1-2012-BoseCFL
De-amortizing Binary Search Trees (PB, SC, RF, SL), pp. 121–132.
ICALPICALP-v1-2012-ChenW
Computing the Visibility Polygon of an Island in a Polygonal Domain (DZC, HW), pp. 218–229.
ICALPICALP-v1-2012-DeshpandeKS
Zero-One Rounding of Singular Vectors (AD, RK, NS), pp. 278–289.
ICALPICALP-v1-2012-EmekHR
Space-Constrained Interval Selection (YE, MMH, AR), pp. 302–313.
ICALPICALP-v1-2012-KleinM
Solving Planar k-Terminal Cut in $O(n^(c√k)) Time (PNK, DM), pp. 569–580.
ICALPICALP-v2-2012-ChenDZZ
Incentive Ratios of Fisher Markets (NC, XD, HZ, JZ), pp. 464–475.
ICALPICALP-v2-2012-GroceKTZ
Byzantine Agreement with a Rational Adversary (AG, JK, AT, VZ), pp. 561–572.
ICALPICALP-v2-2012-SalvatiMGB
Loader and Urzyczyn Are Logically Related (SS, GM, MG, HB), pp. 364–376.
LATALATA-2012-BilleGK
Longest Common Extensions via Fingerprinting (PB, ILG, JK), pp. 119–130.
LATALATA-2012-BoigelotBD
Automata-Based Symbolic Representations of Polyhedra (BB, JB, JFD), pp. 3–20.
LATALATA-2012-Cervelle
Covering Space in the Besicovitch Topology (JC), pp. 169–178.
LATALATA-2012-GaoS
Learnability of Co-r.e. Classes (ZG, FS), pp. 252–263.
LATALATA-2012-KrassovitskiyL
Computing by Observing Insertion (AK, PL), pp. 377–388.
LATALATA-2012-Lutz
The Computer Science of DNA Nanotechnology (JHL), p. 57.
LATALATA-2012-Noual
Dynamics of Circuits and Intersecting Circuits (MN), pp. 433–444.
LATALATA-2012-Rabkin
Ogden’s Lemma for ET0L Languages (MR), pp. 458–467.
LATALATA-2012-Roman
P-NP Threshold for Synchronizing Road Coloring (AR), pp. 480–489.
FMFM-2012-SibayUBK
Distribution of Modal Transition Systems (GES, SU, VAB, JK), pp. 403–417.
RTARTA-2012-Ketema
Reinterpreting Compression in Infinitary Rewriting (JK), pp. 209–224.
RTARTA-2012-Maneth
Dictionary-Based Tree Compression (SM), p. 5.
RTARTA-2012-OostromZ
Triangulation in Rewriting (VvO, HZ), pp. 240–255.
RTARTA-2012-Schmidt-Schauss
Matching of Compressed Patterns with Character-Variables (MSS), pp. 272–287.
FLOPSFLOPS-2012-Kiselyov
Iteratees (OK), pp. 166–181.
FLOPSFLOPS-2012-KrienerK
Mutual Exclusion by Interpolation (JK, AK), pp. 182–196.
FLOPSFLOPS-2012-TorontoM
Computing in Cantor’s Paradise with λ ZFC (NT, JM), pp. 290–306.
HaskellHaskell-2012-KellerCLLJ
Vectorisation avoidance (GK, MMTC, RL, BL, SLPJ), pp. 37–48.
ICFPICFP-2012-DagandM
Transporting functions across ornaments (PÉD, CM), pp. 103–114.
ICFPICFP-2012-Dunfield
Elaborating intersection and union types (JD), pp. 17–28.
ICFPICFP-2012-KrishnaswamiTDG
Superficially substructural types (NRK, AT, DD, DG), pp. 41–54.
ICFPICFP-2012-Sewell
Tales from the jungle (PS), pp. 271–272.
ICFPICFP-2012-Wadler
Propositions as sessions (PW), pp. 273–286.
IFLIFL-2012-ThiemannC
Agda Meets Accelerate (PT, MMTC), pp. 174–189.
AIIDEAIIDE-2012-ComanM
Plan-Based Character Diversity (AC, HMA).
AIIDEAIIDE-2012-DragertKV
Statechart-Based AI in Practice (CD, JK, CV).
AIIDEAIIDE-2012-HillemanMPV
Invited Talks (RH, MPM, ZP, HHV).
AIIDEAIIDE-2012-HodHodM
Reaching Cognitive Consensus with Improvisational Agents (RAH, BM).
AIIDEAIIDE-2012-RiedlS
Preface (MR, GS).
CoGCIG-2012-AlhajryAA
TD(λ) and Q-learning based Ludo players (MA, FA, MAA), pp. 83–90.
CoGCIG-2012-AshlockK
Deck-based prisoner's dilemma (DA, EK), pp. 17–24.
CoGCIG-2012-IliciWMG
Dynamic difficulty for checkers and Chinese chess (LI, JW, OM, TG0), pp. 55–62.
CoGCIG-2012-McPartlandG
Interactively training first person shooter bots (MM, MG), pp. 132–138.
CoGCIG-2012-NelsonBKLC
Tutorials (MJN, PB, KK, SML, PIC).
CoGCIG-2012-OrkinSB
Keynotes [abstracts of three keynote presentations] (JO, GS, MB).
CoGCIG-2012-SombatRL
Evaluating the enjoyability of the ghosts in Ms Pac-Man (WS, PR, SML), pp. 379–387.
CoGCIG-2012-SvenssonJ
Influence Map-based controllers for Ms. PacMan and the ghosts (JS, SJJ), pp. 257–264.
FDGFDG-2012-BrinsonV
Subjective documentary: the Cat and the Coup (PB, KV), pp. 246–249.
FDGFDG-2012-CarterGH
Metagames, paragames and orthogames: a new vocabulary (MC, MRG, MH), pp. 11–17.
FDGFDG-2012-McCoyTSRWM
Prom week (JM, MT, BS, AAR, NWF, MM), pp. 235–237.
FDGFDG-2012-TreanorSBM
The micro-rhetorics of Game-o-Matic (MT, BS, IB, MM), pp. 18–25.
FDGFDG-2012-Woodford
Regulating virtual environments (DW), pp. 270–272.
CoGVS-Games-2012-JonesS
An Affective Model for a Virtual Recruiter in a Job Interview Context (HJ, NS), pp. 312–313.
CoGVS-Games-2012-KiiliP
Exerbraining for Schools: Combining Body and Brain Training (KK, PT, AP), pp. 163–173.
CoGVS-Games-2012-SivanathanLLR
Temporal Synchronisation of Data Logging in Racing Gameplay (AS, TL, SL, JMR), pp. 103–110.
ICGTICGT-2012-HabelP
M,N-Adhesive Transformation Systems (AH, DP), pp. 218–233.
ICGTICGT-2012-Heckel
DPO Transformation with Open Maps (RH), pp. 203–217.
CHICHI-2012-AhmedBC
Digging in the crates: an ethnographic study of DJS’ work (AYA, SB, AC), pp. 1805–1814.
CHICHI-2012-BanovicCGF
Triggering triggers and burying barriers to customizing software (NB, FC, TG, GWF), pp. 2717–2726.
CHICHI-2012-BentleyCHB
Drawing the city: differing perceptions of the urban environment (FB, HSMC, WH, SB), pp. 1603–1606.
CHICHI-2012-BrownL
The normal natural troubles of driving with GPS (BATB, EL), pp. 1621–1630.
CHICHI-2012-ButlerIHMHK
Shake’n’sense: reducing interference for overlapping structured light depth cameras (AB, SI, OH, DM, SH, DK), pp. 1933–1936.
CHICHI-2012-ChanMRB
CapStones and ZebraWidgets: sensing stacks of building blocks, dials and sliders on capacitive touch screens (LC, SM, AR, PB), pp. 2189–2192.
CHICHI-2012-CorrellAFG
Comparing averages in time series data (MC, DA, SF, MG), pp. 1095–1104.
CHICHI-2012-FerreiraH
Appreciating plei-plei around mobiles: playfulness in Rah island (PF, KH), pp. 2015–2024.
CHICHI-2012-HarrisonHHH
Unlocking the expressivity of point lights (CH, JH, GH, SEH), pp. 1683–1692.
CHICHI-2012-HuRKB
Deploying monotrans widgets in the wild (CH, PR, YK, BBB), pp. 2935–2938.
CHICHI-2012-JansenDF
Tangible remote controllers for wall-size displays (YJ, PD, JDF), pp. 2865–2874.
CHICHI-2012-KairamBHC
Talking in circles: selective sharing in google+ (SK, MB, DAH, EHhC), pp. 1065–1074.
CHICHI-2012-LeyPRW
Supporting improvisation work in inter-organizational crisis management (BL, VP, CR, TW), pp. 1529–1538.
CHICHI-2012-MerrittM
Protecting artificial team-mates: more seems like less (TRM, KM), pp. 2793–2802.
CHICHI-2012-MoncurBKT
From death to final disposition: roles of technology in the post-mortem interval (WM, JB, EK, JT), pp. 531–540.
CHICHI-2012-MulloniSDBS
360° panoramic overviews for location-based services (AM, HS, AD, PB, DS), pp. 2565–2568.
CHICHI-2012-OdomBKHLS
Technology heirlooms?: considerations for passing down and inheriting digital materials (WO, RB, DSK, RHRH, SEL, AS), pp. 337–346.
CHICHI-2012-PlodererSHPB
Introducing the ambivalent socialiser (BP, WS, SH, JMP, RB), pp. 1511–1514.
CHICHI-2012-ScarrCGB
Improving command selection with CommandMaps (JS, AC, CG, AB), pp. 257–266.
CHICHI-2012-StellmachD
Look & touch: gaze-supported target acquisition (SS, RD), pp. 2981–2990.
CHICHI-2012-WhiteB
Characterizing local interests and local knowledge (RW, GB), pp. 1607–1610.
CHICHI-2012-WilliamsonM
Rewarding the original: explorations in joint user-sensor motion spaces (JW, RMS), pp. 1717–1726.
CHICHI-2012-YeeDSN
Through the azerothian looking glass: mapping in-game preferences to real world demographics (NY, ND, HTS, LN), pp. 2811–2814.
CSCWCSCW-2012-Al-AniMCJ
The Egyptian blogosphere: a counter-narrative of the revolution (BAA, GM, JC, JJ), pp. 17–26.
CSCWCSCW-2012-BardzellNPB
Come meet me at Ulduar: progression raiding in world of warcraft (JB, JN, TP, SB), pp. 603–612.
CSCWCSCW-2012-BossenJW
Medical secretaries’ care of records: the cooperative work of a non-clinical group (CB, LGJ, FW), pp. 921–930.
CSCWCSCW-2012-DowKKH
Shepherding the crowd yields better work (SD, APK, SRK, BH), pp. 1013–1022.
CSCWCSCW-2012-FarnhamKYT
Puget sound off: fostering youth civic engagement through citizen journalism (SF, DK, VY, CT), pp. 285–294.
CSCWCSCW-2012-Gilbert
Phrases that signal workplace hierarchy (EG), pp. 1037–1046.
CSCWCSCW-2012-IsaacsSYGI
Integrating local and remote worlds through channel blending (EI, MHS, YY, JG, KI), pp. 617–626.
CSCWCSCW-2012-KoehneSO
Remote and alone: coping with being the remote member on the team (BK, PCS, JSO), pp. 1257–1266.
CSCWCSCW-2012-KripleanMFBB
Supporting reflective public thought with ConsiderIt (TK, JTM, DF, AB, LB), pp. 265–274.
CSCWCSCW-2012-LeeDTB
I love you, let’s share calendars: calendar sharing as relationship work (CPL, KD, AT, MJB), pp. 749–758.
CSCWCSCW-2012-LindtnerAD
Cultural appropriation: information technologies as sites of transnational imagination (SL, KTA, PD), pp. 77–86.
CSCWCSCW-2012-LingelTSN
Practices of information and secrecy in a punk rock subculture (JL, AT, JS, MN), pp. 157–166.
CSCWCSCW-2012-MarkBPMAA
Blogs as a collective war diary (GM, MB, LP, JHM, BAA, KMA), pp. 37–46.
CSCWCSCW-2012-MassimiDD
Finding a new normal: the role of technology in life disruptions (MM, JPD, CALD), pp. 719–728.
CSCWCSCW-2012-MentisLTDRH
Taking as an act of sharing (HMM, SEL, ST, PD, TR, RHRH), pp. 1091–1100.
CSCWCSCW-2012-NathanTLPWBT
In case you missed it: benefits of attendee-shared annotations for non-attendees of remote meetings (MN, MT, JCL, SP, SW, JB, LGT), pp. 339–348.
CSCWCSCW-2012-Pine
Fragmentation and choreography: caring for a patient and a chart during childbirth (KP), pp. 887–896.
CSCWCSCW-2012-PoelmanALJ
As if being there: mediated reality for crime scene investigation (RP, OA, SL, PJ), pp. 1267–1276.
CSCWCSCW-2012-PoltrockHPM
Recognizing team context during simulated missions (SEP, MJH, SRP, PM), pp. 197–206.
CAiSECAiSE-2012-DalpiazAG
Aligning Software Configuration with Business and IT Context (FD, RA, PG), pp. 206–221.
ICEISICEIS-J-2012-LopesPP12a
An SNMP Filesystem in Userspace (RPL, TP, LP), pp. 124–136.
CIKMCIKM-2012-BarajasAHKFA
Dynamic effects of ad impressions on commercial actions in display advertising (JB, RA, MH, JK, AF, VA), pp. 1747–1751.
CIKMCIKM-2012-BordinoDP
Extracting interesting association rules from toolbar data (IB, DD, BP), pp. 2543–2546.
CIKMCIKM-2012-ChenLTH
Information preservation in static index pruning (RCC, CJL, CMT, JH), pp. 2487–2490.
CIKMCIKM-2012-DragutOMMBS
Lonomics Atlas: a tool to explore interconnected ionomic, genomic and environmental data (ECD, MO, AM, NM, PB, DES), pp. 2680–2682.
CIKMCIKM-2012-FuxmanKLT
Enabling direct interest-aware audience selection (AF, AK, ZL, PT), pp. 575–584.
CIKMCIKM-2012-HassanW
Task tours: helping users tackle complex search tasks (AHA, RWW), pp. 1885–1889.
CIKMCIKM-2012-KashyapH
Comprehension-based result snippets (AK, VH), pp. 1075–1084.
CIKMCIKM-2012-LappasT
Daily-deal selection for revenue maximization (TL, ET), pp. 565–574.
CIKMCIKM-2012-LappasV
Customizing search results for non-native speakers (TL, MV), pp. 1829–1833.
CIKMCIKM-2012-NguyenCH
A math-aware search engine for math question answering system (TTN, KC, SCH), pp. 724–733.
CIKMCIKM-2012-PatwardhanBAMC
Labeling by landscaping: classifying tokens in context by pruning and decorating trees (SP, BB, AA, AM, JCC), pp. 1133–1142.
CIKMCIKM-2012-ShenCL
Loyalty-based selection: retrieving objects that persistently satisfy criteria (ZS, MAC, XL), pp. 2189–2193.
CIKMCIKM-2012-WangYYLM
Diversionary comments under political blog posts (JW, CTY, PSY, BL, WM), pp. 1789–1793.
CIKMCIKM-2012-ZhongFLTZ
Location-aware instant search (RZ, JF, GL, KLT, LZ), pp. 385–394.
CIKMCIKM-2012-ZhouCLJ
Evaluating reward and risk for vertical selection (KZ, RC, ML, JMJ), pp. 2631–2634.
ECIRECIR-2012-DaiPKA
Extended Expectation Maximization for Inferring Score Distributions (KD, VP, EK, JAA), pp. 293–304.
ECIRECIR-2012-WuF
Relation Based Term Weighting Regularization (HW, HF), pp. 109–120.
ICMLICML-2012-BiggioNL
Poisoning Attacks against Support Vector Machines (BB, BN, PL), p. 190.
ICMLICML-2012-BracegirdleB
Bayesian Conditional Cointegration (CB, DB), p. 220.
ICMLICML-2012-DamianouETL
Manifold Relevance Determination (ACD, CHE, MKT, NDL), p. 72.
ICMLICML-2012-GarnettKXSM
Bayesian Optimal Active Search and Surveying (RG, YK, XX, JGS, RPM), p. 111.
ICMLICML-2012-GrunewalderLGBPP
Conditional mean embeddings as regressors (SG, GL, AG, LB, SP, MP), p. 234.
ICMLICML-2012-HennigK
Quasi-Newton Methods: A New Direction (PH, MK), p. 134.
ICMLICML-2012-LevineK
Continuous Inverse Optimal Control with Locally Optimal Examples (SL, VK), p. 65.
ICMLICML-2012-LiuWMKC
Compact Hyperplane Hashing with Bilinear Functions (WL, JW, YM, SK, SFC), p. 64.
ICMLICML-2012-MartensSS
Estimating the Hessian by Back-propagating Curvature (JM, IS, KS), p. 126.
ICMLICML-2012-MauaC
Anytime Marginal MAP Inference (DDM, CPdC), p. 181.
ICMLICML-2012-PletscherW
LPQP for MAP: Putting LP Solvers to Better Use (PP, SW), p. 93.
ICMLICML-2012-SatoN
Rethinking Collapsed Variational Bayes Inference for LDA (IS, HN), p. 101.
ICMLICML-2012-ShterevD
Bayesian Watermark Attacks (IS, DBD), p. 153.
ICMLICML-2012-TangSH
Deep Mixtures of Factor Analysers (YT, RS, GEH), p. 147.
ICMLICML-2012-YueHG
Hierarchical Exploration for Accelerating Contextual Bandits (YY, SAH, CG), p. 128.
ICMLICML-2012-ZhaiTTO
Discovering Support and Affiliated Features from Very High Dimensions (YZ, MT, IWT, YSO), p. 226.
ICMLICML-2012-ZhangS
Maximum Margin Output Coding (YZ, JGS), p. 53.
ICMLICML-2012-ZhouLDC
Lognormal and Gamma Mixed Negative Binomial Regression (MZ, LL, DBD, LC), p. 113.
ICPRICPR-2012-AmanoKSNY
Appearance control for human material perception manipulation (TA, KK, TS, SN, SY), pp. 13–16.
ICPRICPR-2012-BeyanF
A filtering mechanism for normal fish trajectories (CB, RBF), pp. 2286–2289.
ICPRICPR-2012-CalvetGC
Camera tracking based on circular point factorization (LC, PG, VC), pp. 2128–2131.
ICPRICPR-2012-CaoSPCPN
Extracting information from handwritten content in census forms (HC, KS, XP, JC, RP, PN), pp. 306–309.
ICPRICPR-2012-CarliniF
A Semi-Lagrangian scheme for area preserving flows (EC, RF), pp. 2029–2033.
ICPRICPR-2012-DecrouezDGC
Extracting planar structures efficiently with revisited BetaSAC (MD, RD, FG, JLC), pp. 2100–2103.
ICPRICPR-2012-Filip
Restoring illumination and view dependent data from sparse samples (JF), pp. 1391–1394.
ICPRICPR-2012-FuLBF
Spectral correspondence method for fingerprint minutia matching (XF, CL, JB, JF), pp. 1743–1746.
ICPRICPR-2012-IrsoyYA
Soft decision trees (OI, OTY, EA), pp. 1819–1822.
ICPRICPR-2012-KanekoTAT
Daylight spectrum model under weather conditions from clear sky to cloudy (EK, MT, HA, MT), pp. 1438–1435.
ICPRICPR-2012-KemmlerD
Finding discriminative features for Raman spectroscopy (MK, JD), pp. 1823–1826.
ICPRICPR-2012-LiuBFF
Complex Gaussian Mixture Model for fingerprint minutiae (CL, JB, XF, JF), pp. 545–548.
ICPRICPR-2012-LiuCZZ
Fusion of low-and high-dimensional approaches by trackers sampling for generic human motion tracking (YL, JC, HZ, HZ), pp. 898–901.
ICPRICPR-2012-MartinezCFB
Dissociating rigid and articulated motion for hand tracking (OM, PC, LF, XB), pp. 2614–2617.
ICPRICPR-2012-Meyer
Made to measure top hats (FM), pp. 3164–3167.
ICPRICPR-2012-MizukamiONNT
Sub-pixel disparity search for binocular stereo vision (YM, KO, AN, SN, KT), pp. 364–367.
ICPRICPR-2012-MoutzourisRNM
Human pose tracking by Hierarchical Manifold Searching (AM, JMdR, JCN, DM), pp. 866–869.
ICPRICPR-2012-NakajimaMHMNYHY
Point cloud transport (HN, YM, HH, IM, MN, HY, HH, YY), pp. 3803–3806.
ICPRICPR-2012-OReillyP
Looking for the brain stroke signature (CO, RP), pp. 1811–1814.
ICPRICPR-2012-RosRG
Articulated Particle Filter for hand tracking (GR, JMdR, GGM), pp. 3581–3585.
ICPRICPR-2012-SchickFS
Measuring and evaluating the compactness of superpixels (AS, MF, RS), pp. 930–934.
ICPRICPR-2012-SchwanderSNB
k-MLE for mixtures of generalized Gaussians (OS, AJS, FN, YB), pp. 2825–2828.
ICPRICPR-2012-ShiT
Background subtraction via early recurrence in dynamic scenes (XS, JKT), pp. 3172–3175.
ICPRICPR-2012-SuDRH
Hypergraph matching based on Marginalized Constrained Compatibility (JS, LD, PR, ERH), pp. 2922–2925.
ICPRICPR-2012-TagawaMY
8-D reflectance field for computational photography (ST, YM, YY), pp. 2181–2185.
ICPRICPR-2012-TopcuKYU
Fingerprint matching utilizing non-distal phalanges (BT, MK, MKY, UU), pp. 2400–2403.
ICPRICPR-2012-WangUL
Part-based method on handwritten texts (SW, SU, ML), pp. 339–342.
ICPRICPR-2012-XiaoLW
Object tracking with L2-RLS (ZX, HL, DW), pp. 1351–1354.
ICPRICPR-2012-XuLYWSL
Key frame selection based on Jensen-Rényi divergence (QX, XL, ZY, JW, MS, JL), pp. 1892–1895.
ICPRICPR-2012-YamazoeHMY
Easy depth sensor calibration (HY, HH, IM, YY), pp. 465–468.
ICPRICPR-2012-YingYKHGZ
Direct least square fitting of ellipsoids (XY, LY, JK, YH, SG, HZ), pp. 3228–3231.
ICPRICPR-2012-ZhangCC
Example-based contrast enhancement for portrait photograph (XZ, MC, KLC), pp. 943–946.
ICPRICPR-2012-ZhangH12c
A comprehensive polarisation model for surface orientation recovery (LZ, ERH), pp. 3791–3794.
ICPRICPR-2012-ZhangLLHSY
Binary stereo matching (KZ, JL, YL, WH, LS, SY), pp. 356–359.
KDDKDD-2012-BellareIPR
Active sampling for entity matching (KB, SI, AGP, VR), pp. 1131–1139.
KDDKDD-2012-BriggsFR
Rank-loss support instance machines for MIML instance annotation (FB, XZF, RR), pp. 534–542.
KDDKDD-2012-GrosskreutzPR
An enhanced relevance criterion for more concise supervised pattern discovery (HG, DP, SR), pp. 1442–1450.
KDDKDD-2012-GuptaDPN
Factoring past exposure in display advertising targeting (NG, AD, SP, VKN), pp. 1204–1212.
KDDKDD-2012-LeeODL
Estimating conversion rate in display advertising from past erformance data (KcL, BO, AD, WL), pp. 768–776.
KDDKDD-2012-LiZ
Sampling minimal frequent boolean (DNF) patterns (GL, MJZ), pp. 87–95.
KDDKDD-2012-ShahafGH
Metro maps of science (DS, CG, EH), pp. 1122–1130.
KDDKDD-2012-Shi
China’s national personal credit scoring system: a real-life intelligent knowledge application (YS), p. 406.
KDDKDD-2012-XueKRVT
Anonymizing set-valued data by nonreciprocal recoding (MX, PK, CR, JV, KLT), pp. 1050–1058.
KEODKEOD-2012-BachaZ
Machine Translation System on the Pair of Arabic / English (KB, MZ), pp. 347–351.
KEODKEOD-2012-TangRIP
Process-oriented Home Care System Transformation in Central Finland (JT, TR, JI, LGP), pp. 455–460.
KRKR-2012-DelgrandeL
Belief Revision with Sensing and Fallible Actions (JPD, HJL).
KRKR-2012-DvorakJWW
Complexity-Sensitive Decision Procedures for Abstract Argumentation (WD, MJ, JPW, SW).
KRKR-2012-Morgenstern
Lecture in Remembrance of John McCarthy (LM).
MLDMMLDM-2012-JoenssenB
Hot Deck Methods for Imputing Missing Data — The Effects of Limiting Donor Usage (DWJ, UB), pp. 63–75.
RecSysRecSys-2012-DongSOMS
The demonstration of the reviewer’s assistant (RD, MS, MPO, KM, BS), pp. 297–298.
RecSysRecSys-2012-Griffin
Integrated content marketing (JG), pp. 301–302.
SEKESEKE-2012-CordeiroCP
A Light Weight Alternative for OLAP (HC, JC, EP), pp. 712–717.
SEKESEKE-2012-HuangL
A Goal-Driven Method for Selecting Issues Used in Agent Negotiation (YCH, AL), pp. 759–762.
SEKESEKE-2012-WauteletHK
A Usage-Based Unified Resource Model (YW, SH, MK), pp. 299–304.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-Dumais
Putting context into search and search into context (STD), p. 1021.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-FeildA
Task-aware search assistant (HAF, JA), p. 1015.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-GarkavijsTK
GLASE 0.1: eyes tell more than mice (VG, MT, NK), pp. 1085–1086.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-HummelSRKC
Clarity re-visited (SH, AS, FR, OK, DC), pp. 1039–1040.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-KhalamanK
Utilizing inter-document similarities in federated search (SK, OK), pp. 1169–1170.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-Raiber
Adversarial content manipulation effects (FR), p. 993.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-WebberTD
Effect of written instructions on assessor agreement (WW, BT, MD), pp. 1053–1054.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-YalnizM
Finding translations in scanned book collections (IZY, RM), pp. 465–474.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-ZhaoLHC
Increasing temporal diversity with purchase intervals (GZ, MLL, WH, WC), pp. 165–174.
SIGIRSIGIR-2012-ZhouCLJ
Evaluating aggregated search pages (KZ, RC, ML, JMJ), pp. 115–124.
MODELSMoDELS-2012-ShaverL
The Coroutine Model of Computation (CS, EAL), pp. 319–334.
SPLCSPLC-2012-LettnerVRG
Supporting end users with business calculations in product configuration (DL, MV, RR, PG), pp. 171–180.
SPLCSPLC-2012-Meira
Sustainable software houses and factories are STARTUPS (SRdLM), p. 3.
SPLCSPLC-2012-MohalikRMKN
Tracing SPLs precisely and efficiently (SM, SR, JVM, SNK, GKN), pp. 186–195.
SPLCSPLC-2012-Nuseibeh
The thin line between products (BN), p. 2.
SPLCSPLC-2012-RubinKBC
Managing forked product variants (JR, AK, GB, MC), pp. 156–160.
TOOLSTOOLS-EUROPE-J-2011-BockischSYMA12
An In-Depth Look at ALIA4J (CB, AS, HY, MM, MA), pp. 1–28.
ECOOPECOOP-2012-Ettinger
Program Sliding (RE), pp. 713–737.
ECOOPECOOP-2012-HuangDME
Inference and Checking of Object Ownership (WH, WD, AM, MDE), pp. 181–206.
ECOOPECOOP-2012-ZibinCPS
Object Initialization in X10 (YZ, DC, IP, VAS), pp. 207–231.
OnwardOnward-2012-McDirmid
Escaping the maze of twisty classes (SM), pp. 127–138.
OnwardOnward-2012-PolitzVK
Progressive types (JGP, HQdlV, SK), pp. 55–66.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2012-HuangMDE
Reim & ReImInfer: checking and inference of reference immutability and method purity (WH, AM, WD, MDE), pp. 879–896.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2012-KumarFBGT
Work-stealing without the baggage (VK, DF, SMB, DG, OT), pp. 297–314.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2012-LeinoM
Program extrapolation with jennisys (KRML, AM), pp. 411–430.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2012-TardieuNPS
Constrained kinds (OT, NN, IP, VAS), pp. 811–830.
PLATEAUPLATEAU-2012-OliveroLDR
Tracking human-centric controlled experiments with biscuit (FO, ML, MD, RR), pp. 1–6.
PADLPADL-2012-Winograd-CortLH
Virtualizing Real-World Objects in FRP (DWC, HL, PH), pp. 227–241.
PLDIPLDI-2012-GuerraouiKL
Speculative linearizability (RG, VK, GL), pp. 55–66.
PLDIPLDI-2012-PerelmanGBG
Type-directed completion of partial expressions (DP, SG, TB, DG), pp. 275–286.
PLDIPLDI-2012-ZhangAM
Language-based control and mitigation of timing channels (DZ, AA, ACM), pp. 99–110.
POPLPOPL-2012-BasuBO
Deciding choreography realizability (SB, TB, MO), pp. 191–202.
POPLPOPL-2012-JamesS
Information effects (RPJ, AS), pp. 73–84.
POPLPOPL-2012-StadenCM
Freefinement (SvS, CC, BM), pp. 7–18.
PPDPPPDP-2012-Martin-MartinR
Transparent function types: clearing up opacity (EMM, JRH), pp. 127–138.
SASSAS-2012-AlbarghouthiGC
Craig Interpretation (AA, AG, MC), pp. 300–316.
SASSAS-2012-BiallasBKK
Loop Leaping with Closures (SB, JB, AK, SK), pp. 214–230.
SASSAS-2012-Distefano
A Voyage to the Deep-Heap (DD), p. 3.
SASSAS-2012-ThakurR
A Generalization of Stålmarck’s Method (AVT, TWR), pp. 334–351.
REFSQREFSQ-2012-NekviMFB
Impediments to Requirements-Compliance (MRIN, NHM, RF, BB), pp. 30–36.
FSEFSE-2012-MilanovaH
Inference and checking of context-sensitive pluggable types (AM, WH), p. 26.
ICSEICSE-2012-BnayahuGNS
Making sense of healthcare benefits (JB, MG, MN, YS), pp. 1034–1043.
ICSEICSE-2012-DownsPH
Ambient awareness of build status in collocated software teams (JD, BP, JGH), pp. 507–517.
ICSEICSE-2012-IfrahL
Crosscutting revision control system (SI, DHL), pp. 321–330.
ICSEICSE-2012-KramerKKB
Blaze (JPK, JK, TK, JB), pp. 1457–1458.
ICSEICSE-2012-PintoCG
Writing dynamic service orchestrations with DSOL (LSP, GC, CG), pp. 1383–1386.
ICSEICSE-2012-Sassen
Digital formations of the powerful and the powerless (SS), p. 961.
ICSEICSE-2012-Sheth
Societal Computing (SS), pp. 1567–1570.
ICSEICSE-2012-WrightP
Release engineering practices and pitfalls (HKW, DEP), pp. 1281–1284.
SACSAC-2012-CappelloQ
Expressing global priorities by best-matching (IC, PQ), pp. 1544–1550.
SACSAC-2012-CostantinoMP
Subjective review-based reputation (GC, CM, MP), pp. 2029–2034.
SACSAC-2012-DivakarmurthyM
Area diversity in computer science collaborations (PD, RM), pp. 2041–2042.
SACSAC-2012-EynardIG
Finding similar destinations with flickr geotags (DE, AI, LG), pp. 733–736.
SACSAC-2012-HojsgaardH
Core BPEL: syntactic simplification of WS-BPEL 2.0 (EH, TH), pp. 1984–1991.
SACSAC-2012-ItaniGBKC
BGP-inspired autonomic service routing for the cloud (WI, CG, RB, AIK, AC), pp. 406–411.
SACSAC-2012-KarakasidisV
Reference table based k-anonymous private blocking (AK, VSV), pp. 859–864.
SACSAC-2012-LaineSV
Extending XForms with server-side functionality (ML, DS, PV), pp. 688–695.
SACSAC-2012-LeeOKC
Grid-based cloaking area creation scheme supporting continuous location-based services (HL, BSO, HIK, JWC), pp. 537–543.
SACSAC-2012-MeertensINSJQ
Mapping the business model canvas to ArchiMate (LOM, MEI, LJMN, MvS, HJ, DACQ), pp. 1694–1701.
SACSAC-2012-MiaoS
Pattern-based traits (WM, JGS), pp. 1729–1736.
SACSAC-2012-MorelliALMM
Autonomous re-indexing (ETM, ACA, SL, JMM, JCM), pp. 893–897.
SACSAC-2012-NevesWSP
Parallelizing SuperFine (DTN, TW, JLS, KP), pp. 1361–1367.
SACSAC-2012-PintoCG
Dealing with changes in service orchestrations (LSP, GC, CG), pp. 1961–1967.
SACSAC-2012-PoizatS
Checking the realizability of BPMN 2.0 choreographies (PP, GS), pp. 1927–1934.
SACSAC-2012-SeelandBKP
Maximum Common Subgraph based locally weighted regression (MS, FB, SK, BP), pp. 165–172.
SACSAC-2012-SoLJHL
Extending Open Directory Project to represent user interests (SS, JHL, DJ, JH, SL), pp. 354–359.
SACSAC-2012-WangYLQG
Hypervisor-based protection of sensitive files in a compromised system (JW, MY, BL, ZQ, HG), pp. 1765–1770.
SACSAC-2012-WinterB
Explicitly accommodating origin preference for inter-domain traffic engineering (RW, IvB), pp. 583–587.
SACSAC-2012-ZimmermannNSSK
Discovering global and local bursts in a stream of news (MZ, IN, ZFS, MS, HPK), pp. 807–812.
GPCEGPCE-2012-HuletteSM
Composing typemaps in Twig (GCH, MJS, ADM), pp. 41–49.
LDTALDTA-2012-VieraSD
Grammar fragments fly first-class (MV, SDS, AD), p. 5.
SLESLE-2012-StormCL
Object Grammars (TvdS, WRC, AL), pp. 4–23.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2012-GreathouseXLA
A case for unlimited watchpoints (JLG, HX, YL, TMA), pp. 159–172.
ASPLOSASPLOS-2012-SimhaLC
An update-aware storage system for low-locality update-intensive workloads (DNS, ML, TcC), pp. 375–386.
CASECASE-2012-AhnPR
The construction of a full-scale wheel/rail roller rig in Korea (KA, JP, SR), pp. 802–803.
CASECASE-2012-HsiehCY
Virtual-metrology-based FDC scheme (YSH, FTC, HCY), pp. 80–85.
CASECASE-2012-HsiehYCLTC
A new swappable fluidic module for applications of capillary convective polymerase chain reaction (YFH, ASY, CWC, SKL, LYT, PHC), pp. 900–903.
CASECASE-2012-JangLKAPR
Hydraulic actuators in application of robot manipulator (SJ, GL, HK, KA, JP, SR), pp. 924–925.
CASECASE-2012-JungBT
A simplified time-delayed disturbance observer for position control of robot manipulators (SJ, YGB, MT), pp. 555–560.
CASECASE-2012-LeeLMNL
Kinematics of the Robomec robot hand with planar and spherical four bar linkages for power grasping (SML, KDL, HKM, TSN, JWL), pp. 1120–1125.
CASECASE-2012-Moon
Input shaping control for suppression of boom vibrations (KSM), pp. 782–785.
CASECASE-2012-NishimuraKM
Pathway selection mechanism of a screw drive in-pipe robot in T-branches (TN, AK, SM), pp. 612–617.
CASECASE-2012-Rodriguez-VerjanTPDT
Dispatching of lots to dynamically reduce the wafers at risk in semiconductor manufacturing (GRV, ET, JP, SDP, AT), pp. 920–923.
CASECASE-2012-ShibataH
Fabric manipulation utilizing contacts with the environment (MS, SH), pp. 442–447.
CASECASE-2012-VoseUL
Manipulation with vibratory velocity fields on a tilted plate (THV, PU, KML), pp. 942–949.
CASECASE-2012-YangTCHC
A dual-forecast scheme for production output with paired/unpaired WIP data (HCY, THT, CYC, MHH, FTC), pp. 581–586.
CCCC-2012-HouVQJFV
A New Method for Program Inversion (CH, GV, DJQ, DJ, RF, RWV), pp. 81–100.
CGOCGO-2012-PlazarKMF
WCET-aware static locking of instruction caches (SP, JCK, PM, HF), pp. 44–52.
CGOCGO-2012-ZhouGGKNP
Hierarchical overlapped tiling (XZ, JPG, MJG, RHK, YN, DAP), pp. 207–218.
DACDAC-2012-Bertacco
Humans for EDA and EDA for humans (VB), pp. 729–733.
DACDAC-2012-CastrillonTLA
Communication-aware mapping of KPN applications onto heterogeneous MPSoCs (JC, AT, RL, GA), pp. 1266–1271.
DACDAC-2012-DingLM
WCET-centric partial instruction cache locking (HD, YL, TM), pp. 412–420.
DACDAC-2012-FangC
Simultaneous flare level and flare variation minimization with dummification in EUVL (SYF, YWC), pp. 1179–1184.
DACDAC-2012-JimenezNI
Software controlled cell bit-density to improve NAND flash lifetime (XJ, DN, PI), pp. 229–234.
DACDAC-2012-Taylor
Is dark silicon useful?: harnessing the four horsemen of the coming dark silicon apocalypse (MBT), pp. 1131–1136.
DATEDATE-2012-BrandlGWLGBFFRSSTCP
Batteries and battery management systems for electric vehicles (MB, HG, MW, VL, MG, FB, GF, LF, RR, RS, SS, AT, MC, WP), pp. 971–976.
DATEDATE-2012-Brenner
VLSI legalization with minimum perturbation by iterative augmentation (UB), pp. 1385–1390.
DATEDATE-2012-CamposanoGGJ
Moore meets maxwell (RC, DG, SGT, VJ), pp. 1275–1276.
DATEDATE-2012-ChenCLSR
Characterization of the bistable ring PUF (QC, GC, PL, US, UR), pp. 1459–1462.
DATEDATE-2012-ChenJM
QBf-based boolean function bi-decomposition (HC, MJ, JMS), pp. 816–819.
DATEDATE-2012-FettweisNL
Pathways to servers of the future (GF, WEN, WL), pp. 1161–1166.
DATEDATE-2012-FirouziKT
NBTI mitigation by optimized NOP assignment and insertion (FF, SK, MBT), pp. 218–223.
DATEDATE-2012-HsuingCG
Salvaging chips with caches beyond repair (HH, BC, SKG), pp. 1263–1268.
DATEDATE-2012-NasseryO
An analytical technique for characterization of transceiver IQ imbalances in the loop-back mode (AN, SO), pp. 1084–1089.
DATEDATE-2012-PourshaghaghiFG
Sliding-Mode Control to Compensate PVT Variations in dual core systems (HRP, HF, JPdG), pp. 1048–1053.
DATEDATE-2012-RayMEBJC
Mapping into LUT structures (SR, AM, NE, RKB, SJ, CC), pp. 1579–1584.
DATEDATE-2012-SahlbachWE
A high-performance dense block matching solution for automotive 6D-vision (HS, SW, RE), pp. 268–271.
HPCAHPCA-2012-DalyC
Cache restoration for highly partitioned virtualized systems (DD, HWC), pp. 225–234.
HPCAHPCA-2012-RaghavanLCPPWM
Computational sprinting (AR, YL, AC, MCP, KPP, TFW, MMKM), pp. 249–260.
HPCAHPCA-2012-SalapuraKNM
Accelerating business analytics applications (VS, TK, PN, JEM), pp. 413–422.
HPDCHPDC-2012-LifflanderKK
Work stealing and persistence-based load balancers for iterative overdecomposed applications (JL, SK, LVK), pp. 137–148.
ISMMISMM-2012-IyengarTWG
The Collie: a wait-free compacting collector (BI, GT, MW, EFG), pp. 85–96.
ISMMISMM-2012-ShahriyarBF
Down for the count? Getting reference counting back in the ring (RS, SMB, DF), pp. 73–84.
ISMMISMM-2012-SivaramakrishnanZJ
Eliminating read barriers through procrastination and cleanliness (KCS, LZ, SJ), pp. 49–60.
OSDIOSDI-2012-NightingaleEFHHS
Flat Datacenter Storage (EBN, JE, JF, OSH, JH, YS), pp. 1–15.
OSDIOSDI-2012-WolinskyCFJ
Dissent in Numbers: Making Strong Anonymity Scale (DIW, HCG, BF, AJ), pp. 179–182.
OSDIOSDI-2012-YuanPHLLTZS
Be Conservative: Enhancing Failure Diagnosis with Proactive Logging (DY, SP, PH, YL, MMJL, XT, YZ, SS), pp. 293–306.
PDPPDP-2012-ClematisDGQ
Efficiency-Aware Jobs Allocation for e-Science Environments (AC, DD, AG, AQ), pp. 162–169.
PDPPDP-2012-DiavastosPFT
LDPC Decoding on the Intel SCC (AD, PP, GFPF, PT), pp. 57–65.
PDPPDP-2012-KaropoulosMM
Continuous Authorizations in SIP with Usage Control (GK, PM, FM), pp. 283–287.
PDPPDP-2012-TonneSJHPRVNSGKKRB
A Federated Data Zone for the Arts and Humanities (DT, RS, TJ, VH, HP, AR, PV, BN, AS, AG, DK, TK, JR, BSB), pp. 198–205.
PDPPDP-2012-TrivinoSAF
Exploring NoC Virtualization Alternatives in CMPs (FT, JLS, FJA, JF), pp. 473–482.
PDPPDP-2012-VillarASAD
Optimal Configuration of High-Radix Combined Switches (JAV, FJA, JLS, FJA, JD), pp. 102–111.
PPoPPPPoPP-2012-CrainGR
A speculation-friendly binary search tree (TC, VG, MR), pp. 161–170.
PPoPPPPoPP-2012-FatourouK
Revisiting the combining synchronization technique (PF, NDK), pp. 257–266.
PPoPPPPoPP-2012-KosterMD
Synchronization views for event-loop actors (JDK, SM, TD), pp. 317–318.
PPoPPPPoPP-2012-TimnatBKP
Wait-free linked-lists (ST, AB, AK, EP), pp. 309–310.
ESOPESOP-2012-BartheDP
A Formally Verified SSA-Based Middle-End — Static Single Assignment Meets CompCert (GB, DD, DP), pp. 47–66.
ESOPESOP-2012-SergeyC
Gradual Ownership Types (IS, DC), pp. 579–599.
FASEFASE-2012-EckhardtMAMW
Stable Availability under Denial of Service Attacks through Formal Patterns (JE, TM, MA, JM, MW), pp. 78–93.
FoSSaCSFoSSaCS-2012-GorinS
Narcissists Are Easy, Stepmothers Are Hard (DG, LS), pp. 240–254.
FoSSaCSFoSSaCS-2012-SeidlR
Extending H₁-Clauses with Path Disequalities (HS, AR), pp. 165–179.
STOCSTOC-2012-AbernethyFW
Minimax option pricing meets black-scholes in the limit (JA, RMF, AW), pp. 1029–1040.
STOCSTOC-2012-BourgainY
Monotone expansion (JB, AY), pp. 1061–1078.
STOCSTOC-2012-Efremenko
From irreducible representations to locally decodable codes (KE), pp. 327–338.
STOCSTOC-2012-GoelML
Polyhedral clinching auctions and the adwords polytope (GG, VSM, RPL), pp. 107–122.
STOCSTOC-2012-GoemansORZ
Matroids and integrality gaps for hypergraphic steiner tree relaxations (MXG, NO, TR, RZ), pp. 1161–1176.
STOCSTOC-2012-GuruswamiX
Folded codes from function field towers and improved optimal rate list decoding (VG, CX), pp. 339–350.
STOCSTOC-2012-HeilmanJN
Solution of the propeller conjecture in R3 (SH, AJ, AN), pp. 269–276.
STOCSTOC-2012-Kayal
Affine projections of polynomials: extended abstract (NK), pp. 643–662.
STOCSTOC-2012-KleinbergW
Matroid prophet inequalities (RK, SMW), pp. 123–136.
STOCSTOC-2012-LouisRTV
Many sparse cuts via higher eigenvalues (AL, PR, PT, SV), pp. 1131–1140.
STOCSTOC-2012-MuthukrishnanN
Optimal private halfspace counting via discrepancy (SM, AN), pp. 1285–1292.
TACASTACAS-2012-AbdullaACLR
Counter-Example Guided Fence Insertion under TSO (PAA, MFA, YFC, CL, AR), pp. 204–219.
CAVCAV-2012-ArmstrongGLOPRW
Recent Developments in FDR (PJA, MG, GL, JO, HP, AWR, JW), pp. 699–704.
CAVCAV-2012-SinghG
Synthesizing Number Transformations from Input-Output Examples (RS, SG), pp. 634–651.
CAVCAV-2012-SinhaSCS
Alternate and Learn: Finding Witnesses without Looking All over (NS, NS, SC, MS), pp. 599–615.
CSLCSL-2012-Ehrhard
Collapsing non-idempotent intersection types (TE), pp. 259–273.
CSLCSL-2012-JouannaudL
Church-Rosser Properties of Normal Rewriting (JPJ, JL), pp. 350–365.
ICLPICLP-2012-AguadoCDPV
Paving the Way for Temporal Grounding (FA, PC, MD, GP, CV), pp. 290–300.
ICLPICLP-2012-ChenJY
Extending C+ with Composite Actions for Robotic Task Planning (XC, GJ, FY), pp. 404–414.
ICLPICLP-2012-SilverthornLS
Surviving Solver Sensitivity: An ASP Practitioner’s Guide (BS, YL, MS), pp. 164–175.
ICLPICLP-2012-Wright
Together, Is Anything Possible? A Look at Collective Commitments for Agents (BW), pp. 476–480.
ICLPICLP-J-2012-EiterFKR
Conflict-driven ASP solving with external sources (TE, MF, TK, CR), pp. 659–679.
ICSTICST-2012-KheddamAP
An Extended LLRP Model for RFID System Test and Diagnosis (RK, OEKA, IP), pp. 529–538.
IJCARIJCAR-2012-JarvisaloHB
Inprocessing Rules (MJ, MH, AB), pp. 355–370.
IJCARIJCAR-2012-JovanovicM
Solving Non-linear Arithmetic (DJ, LMdM), pp. 339–354.
IJCARIJCAR-2012-Schulz
Fingerprint Indexing for Paramodulation and Rewriting (SS), pp. 477–483.
IJCARIJCAR-2012-SudaW
A PLTL-Prover Based on Labelled Superposition with Partial Model Guidance (MS, CW), pp. 537–543.
ISSTAISSTA-2012-JensenJM
Remedying the eval that men do (SHJ, PAJ, AM), pp. 34–44.
ISSTAISSTA-2012-StrejcekT
Abstracting path conditions (JS, MT), pp. 155–165.
LICSLICS-2012-GaoAC
Delta-Decidability over the Reals (SG, JA, EMC), pp. 305–314.
LICSLICS-2012-JeanninK
Capsules and Separation (JBJ, DK), pp. 425–430.
ICSTSAT-2012-NiemetzPLSB
Resolution-Based Certificate Extraction for QBF — (AN, MP, FL, MS, AB), pp. 430–435.
VMCAIVMCAI-2012-ErmisHP
Splitting via Interpolants (EE, JH, AP), pp. 186–201.
ECSAECSA-2011-Schulte
Web-Scale Human Task Management (DS), pp. 190–193.
DocEngDocEng-2011-ColineauPL
Expressing conditions in tailored brochures for public administration (NC, CP, KVL), pp. 209–218.
DocEngDocEng-2011-StoppeG
Skeleton comparisons: the junction neighbourhood histogram (JS, BG), pp. 93–96.
DRRDRR-2011-Dejean
Unsupervised method to generate page templates (HD), pp. 1–10.
DRRDRR-2011-KumarPCADN
Shape codebook based handwritten and machine printed text zone extraction (JK, RP, HC, WAA, DSD, PN), pp. 1–10.
DRRDRR-2011-NagyLSW
Characterizing challenged Minnesota ballots (GN, DPL, EHBS, ZW), pp. 1–10.
DRRDRR-2011-RamirezO
OMR of early plainchant manuscripts in square notation: a two-stage system (CR, JO), pp. 1–10.
HTHT-2011-AshmanACST
Implicit association via crowd-sourced coselection (HA, MA, SC, GS, MT), pp. 7–16.
HTHT-2011-Gayo-Avello
All liaisons are dangerous when all your friends are known to us (DGA), pp. 171–180.
HTHT-2011-KawasePHN
Beyond the usual suspects: context-aware revisitation support (RK, GP, EH, WN), pp. 27–36.
HTHT-2011-LiuM
Extracting the mesoscopic structure from heterogeneous systems (XL, TM), pp. 211–220.
ICDARICDAR-2011-GenzelPSJSIT
Translation-Inspired OCR (DG, ACP, NS, MJ, AWS, EI, FYFT), pp. 1339–1343.
ICDARICDAR-2011-GuptaBC
A Compression Scheme for Handwritten Patterns Based on Curve Fitting (KG, MB, SC), pp. 1115–1119.
ICDARICDAR-2011-MarinaiMS
Conversion of PDF Books in ePub Format (SM, EM, GS), pp. 478–482.
ICDARICDAR-2011-MishraAJ
An MRF Model for Binarization of Natural Scene Text (AM, KA, CVJ), pp. 11–16.
ICDARICDAR-2011-NavonKO
Enhanced Active Contour Method for Locating Text (YN, VK, BO), pp. 222–226.
ICDARICDAR-2011-SokratisK
A Tool for Tuning Binarization Techniques (SV, EK), pp. 1–5.
ICDARICDAR-2011-SongUL
Look Inside the World of Parts of Handwritten Characters (WS, SU, ML), pp. 784–788.
ICDARICDAR-2011-Srihari
Evaluating the Rarity of Handwriting Formations (SNS), pp. 618–622.
ICDARICDAR-2011-WangT
Non-rigid Registration and Restoration of Double-Sided Historical Manuscripts (JW, CLT), pp. 1374–1378.
ICDARICDAR-2011-WangZN
A Digital Ink Recogntion Server for Handwritten Japanese Text (DW, BZ, MN), pp. 146–150.
ICDARICDAR-2011-YamazakiFZSO
Embedding a Mathematical OCR Module into OCRopus (SY, FF, QZ, KS, MO), pp. 880–884.
JCDLJCDL-2011-BeckerR
Preservation decisions: terms and conditions apply (CB, AR), pp. 67–76.
JCDLJCDL-2011-BuchananM
In the bookshop: examining popular search strategies (GB, DM), pp. 269–278.
JCDLJCDL-2011-KawasePH
Supporting revisitation with contextual suggestions (RK, GP, EH), pp. 227–230.
JCDLJCDL-2011-PapadakisINPN
Eliminating the redundancy in blocking-based entity resolution methods (GP, EI, CN, TP, WN), pp. 85–94.
PODSPODS-2011-ArenasPR
Data exchange beyond complete data (MA, JP, JLR), pp. 83–94.
PODSPODS-2011-FanGW
Determining the currency of data (WF, FG, JW), pp. 71–82.
PODSPODS-2011-KimelfeldVW
Maximizing conjunctive views in deletion propagation (BK, JV, RW), pp. 187–198.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2011-AgarwalC
Latent OLAP: data cubes over latent variables (DA, BCC), pp. 877–888.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2011-BorisovBMU
Warding off the dangers of data corruption with amulet (NB, SB, NM, SU), pp. 277–288.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2011-ChenLLOYTZZ
A cross-service travel engine for trip planning (GC, CL, ML, BCO, SY, AKHT, DZ, MZ), pp. 1251–1254.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2011-HedelerBPFEMG
Pay-as-you-go mapping selection in dataspaces (CH, KB, NWP, AAAF, SME, LM, CG), pp. 1279–1282.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2011-LiuW
Finding shortest path on land surface (LL, RCWW), pp. 433–444.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2011-LvCHC
Operation-aware buffer management in flash-based systems (YL, BC, BH, XC), pp. 13–24.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2011-ShkapenyukJS
Bistro data feed management system (VS, TJ, DS), pp. 1059–1070.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2011-YuKKHH
Exact indexing for support vector machines (HY, IK, YK, SwH, WSH), pp. 709–720.
TPDLTPDL-2011-AngelopoulouTC
Mapping MPEG-7 to CIDOC/CRM (AA, CT, SC), pp. 40–51.
TPDLTPDL-2011-Janssen
Digitizing All Dutch Books, Newspapers and Magazines — 730 Million Pages in 20 Years — Storing It, and Getting It Out There (ODJ), pp. 473–476.
TPDLTPDL-2011-LumpaMS
Interconnecting DSpace and LOCKSS (ML, NM, HS), pp. 493–496.
TPDLTPDL-2011-Norrie
Paper, Pen and Touch (MCN), p. 1.
VLDBVLDB-2011-LiDMS
Linking Temporal Records (PL, XLD, AM, DS), pp. 956–967.
VLDBVLDB-2011-MainePST
Microsoft Codename “Montego” — Data Import, Transformation, and Publication for Information Workers (SJM, LP, CAS, JFT), pp. 1454–1457.
VLDBVLDB-2011-MarnetteMPRS
++Spicy: an OpenSource Tool for Second-Generation Schema Mapping and Data Exchange (BM, GM, PP, SR, DS), pp. 1438–1441.
VLDBVLDB-2011-Triantafillou
Anthropocentric Data Systems (PT), pp. 1478–1481.
VLDBVLDB-2011-WangRE
Active Complex Event Processing over Event Streams (DW, EAR, RTE), pp. 634–645.
VLDBVLDB-2012-FabbriL11
Explanation-Based Auditing (DF, KL), pp. 1–12.
VLDBVLDB-2012-MarcusWKMM11
Human-powered Sorts and Joins (AM, EW, DRK, SM, RCM), pp. 13–24.
CSEETCSEET-2011-HilburnTS
Read before you write (TBH, MT, SS), pp. 371–380.
CSEETCSEET-2011-HuangP
Relevance and alignment of Real-Client Real-Project courses via technology transfer (LH, DP), pp. 189–198.
CSEETCSEET-2011-KoolmanojwongB
Educating software engineers to become systems engineers (SK, BWB), pp. 209–218.
CSEETCSEET-2011-RizviHMLJ
A new CS0 course for at-risk majors (MER, TH, DM, HL, MJ), pp. 314–323.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2011-Impagliazzo
Try a little history (JI), p. 332.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2011-KrishnaswamyK
Enhancing learner capability: success of it@school project, Kerala, region of India (GK, VSK), p. 383.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2011-RodgerQS
Changes to JFLAP to increase its use in courses (SHR, HQ, JS), p. 339.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2011-RosCRHPRPM
Deconstructing VLEs to create customized PLEs (SR, ACC, ARG, RH, RPV, TR, AP, RM), p. 384.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2011-Sanchez-NielsenK
Integrating google technology in artificial intelligence (ESN, SK), pp. 108–112.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2011-TremblayL
A marking language for the oto assignment marking tool (GT, PL), pp. 148–152.
SIGITESIGITE-2011-ConnollyP
Even so with the pieces borrowed from others: dressing an IS program in IT clothing (RWC, BP), pp. 139–144.
SIGITESIGITE-2011-KadlecG
Building and utilizing an IT data center lab (CK, AG), pp. 321–322.
SIGITESIGITE-2011-SettleG
Rethinking advising: developing a proactive culture to improve retention (AS, JG), pp. 9–14.
ICPCICPC-2011-Moonen
Building a Better Map: Wayfinding in Software Systems (LM), p. xvi.
ICSMEICSM-2011-ZhangKK
Localizing failure-inducing program edits based on spectrum information (LZ, MK, SK), pp. 23–32.
MSRMSR-2011-BaysalDG
A Tale of Two Browsers (OB, IJD, MWG), pp. 238–241.
MSRMSR-2011-BradleyM
Supporting software history exploration (AWJB, GCM), pp. 193–202.
MSRMSR-2011-DaviesGGH
Software bertillonage: finding the provenance of an entity (JD, DMG, MWG, AH), pp. 183–192.
MSRMSR-2011-HirataM
Do comments explain codes adequately?: investigation by text filtering (YH, OM), pp. 242–245.
PASTEPASTE-2011-BernatM
Anywhere, any-time binary instrumentation (ARB, BPM), pp. 9–16.
PASTEPASTE-2011-QiNSR
Locating failure-inducing environment changes (DQ, MNN, TS, AR), pp. 29–36.
WCREWCRE-2011-CheathamR
Function Insight: Highlighting Suspicious Sections in Binary Run Traces (MC, JR), pp. 433–434.
DLTDLT-J-2009-Jiraskova11
Magic Numbers and Ternary Alphabet (GJ), pp. 331–344.
CIAACIAA-J-2010-Dangalchev11
Residual Closeness and Generalized Closeness (CD), pp. 1939–1948.
CIAACIAA-J-2010-MalettiQ11
Optimal Hyper-Minimization (AM, DQ), pp. 1877–1891.
DLTDLT-J-2010-BrijderEMR11
A Tour of reaction Systems (RB, AE, MGM, GR), pp. 1499–1517.
DLTDLT-J-2010-Steinberg11
The Averaging Trick and the černý Conjecture (BS), pp. 1697–1706.
AFLAFL-2011-CanoJ
Varieties of Languages and Frontier Check (AC, EJ), pp. 153–167.
AFLAFL-2011-EnguixGJ
Grammar Systems as Orchestras of Grammatical Services (GBE, MAG, MDJL), pp. 65–78.
AFLAFL-2011-FazekasLS
Palindromes and Primitivity (SZF, PL, KST), pp. 184–196.
AFLAFL-2011-HolzerJK
The Chop of Languages (MH, SJ, MK), pp. 197–210.
AFLAFL-2011-KufleitnerL
Around Dot-Depth One (MK, AL), pp. 255–269.
AFLAFL-2011-Maletti
Notes on Hyper-minimization (AM), pp. 34–49.
AFLAFL-2011-NagyO
Deterministic Pushdown-CD-Systems of Stateless Deterministic R(1)-Automata (BN, FO), pp. 328–342.
CIAACIAA-2011-CourcelleD
Fly-Automata, Their Properties and Applications (BC, ID), pp. 264–272.
CIAACIAA-2011-Yu
Derick Wood: Always in Our Hearts (SY), pp. 1–2.
DLTDLT-2011-BrzozowskiT
Theory of Átomata (JAB, HT), pp. 105–116.
DLTDLT-2011-CaronHM
Generalized One-Unambiguity (PC, YSH, LM), pp. 129–140.
DLTDLT-2011-Fujioka
Morphic Characterizations in Terms of Insertion Systems with a Context of Length One (KF), pp. 474–475.
DLTDLT-2011-HolzerKL
Nodes Connected by Path Languages (MH, MK, UL), pp. 276–287.
DLTDLT-2011-Shur
Growth Properties of Power-Free Languages (AMS), pp. 28–43.
DLTDLT-2011-Zetzsche
A Sufficient Condition for Erasing Productions to Be Avoidable (GZ), pp. 452–463.
ICALPICALP-v1-2011-Drucker
A PCP Characterization of AM (AD), pp. 581–592.
ICALPICALP-v1-2011-HermelinMLW
Domination When the Stars Are Out (DH, MM, EJvL, GJW), pp. 462–473.
ICALPICALP-v1-2011-HirtZ
Player-Centric Byzantine Agreement (MH, VZ), pp. 281–292.
ICALPICALP-v2-2011-BaranyCS
Guarded Negation (VB, BtC, LS), pp. 356–367.
ICALPICALP-v2-2011-CominettiCL
Existence and Uniqueness of Equilibria for Flows over Time (RC, JRC, OL), pp. 552–563.
ICALPICALP-v2-2011-KarbasiIM
Content Search through Comparisons (AK, SI, LM), pp. 601–612.
ICALPICALP-v2-2011-Katsumata
Relating Computational Effects by ⊤ ⊤-Lifting (SyK), pp. 174–185.
ICALPICALP-v2-2011-Shaltiel
An Introduction to Randomness Extractors (RS), pp. 21–41.
LATALATA-2011-AcetoCIMR
Rule Formats for Distributivity (LA, MC, AI, MRM, MAR), pp. 80–91.
LATALATA-2011-AngluinAV
Mutation Systems (DA, JA, RBV), pp. 92–104.
LATALATA-2011-BerglundBH
Recognizing Shuffled Languages (MB, HB, JH), pp. 142–154.
LATALATA-2011-BrijderB
Characterizing Compressibility of Disjoint Subgraphs with NLC Grammars (RB, HB), pp. 167–178.
LATALATA-2011-ChatterjeeF
Finitary Languages (KC, NF), pp. 216–226.
LATALATA-2011-KowalukLL
Unique Small Subgraphs Are Not Easier to Find (MK, AL, EML), pp. 336–341.
LATALATA-2011-Marciniec
Tarski’s Principle, Categorial Grammars and Learnability (JM), pp. 378–389.
LATALATA-2011-NagyO
Globally Deterministic CD-Systems of Stateless R(1)-Automata (BN, FO), pp. 390–401.
LATALATA-2011-PerrotR
Avalanche Structure in the Kadanoff Sand Pile Model (KP, ER), pp. 427–439.
LATALATA-2011-Rampersad
Abstract Numeration Systems (NR), pp. 65–79.
FMFM-2011-FisherPV
The Only Way Is Up (JF, NP, MYV), pp. 3–11.
RTARTA-2011-KleinH
Maximal Completion (DK, NH), pp. 71–80.
RTARTA-2011-KutsiaLV
Anti-Unification for Unranked Terms and Hedges (TK, JL, MV), pp. 219–234.
RTARTA-2011-Tiwari
Rewriting in Practice (AT), pp. 3–8.
TLCATLCA-2011-Tiwari
Rewriting in Practice (AT), pp. 6–8.
CEFPCEFP-2011-Pali
Extending Little Languages into Big Systems (GP), pp. 499–516.
ICFPICFP-2011-Pouillard
Nameless, painless (NP), pp. 320–332.
AIIDEAIIDE-2011-ChurchGDLMDZCSSS
A Demonstration of ScriptEase II (MC, EG0, JD, AL, RM, ND, RZ, MC, JS, NRS, DS).
CoGCIG-2011-AshlockKR
Hormonal systems for prisoners dilemma agents (DA, CK, NR), pp. 63–70.
CoGCIG-2011-ChouDLTTWWWY
Computational and human intelligence in blind Go (PCC, HD, CSL, FT, OT, HMW, MHW, LWW, SJY), pp. 235–242.
CoGCIG-2011-Kim
NCsoft special session: NCsoft, connecting the world with entertainment (KK).
CoGCIG-2011-McGuinnessA
Incorporating required structure into tiles (CM, DA), pp. 16–23.
CoGCIG-2011-SynnaeveB
A Bayesian model for RTS units control applied to StarCraft (GS, PB), pp. 190–196.
CoGCIG-2011-ThawonmasMS
Believable judge bot that learns to select tactics and judge opponents (RT, SM, TS), pp. 345–349.
CoGCIG-2011-Zhang
Developments in metaphor inference and context-aware affect sensing (LZ), pp. 150–157.
DiGRADiGRA-2011-BreuerFQ
In the army now - Narrative elements and realism in military first-person shooters (JB, RF, TQ).
DiGRADiGRA-2011-Dormans
Integrating Emergence and Progression (JD).
DiGRADiGRA-2011-EylesP
Playful ambience (ME, DP).
DiGRADiGRA-2011-GeyserT
Return to Darkness: Representations of Africa in Resident Evil 5 (HG, PT).
DiGRADiGRA-2011-LinS
A Chinese Cyber Diaspora: Contact and Identity Negotiation on Taiwanese WoW Servers (HL, CTS).
DiGRADiGRA-2011-Logas
Meta-Rules and Complicity in Brenda Brathwaite's Train (HL).
DiGRADiGRA-2011-Zwieten
Danger Close: Contesting Ideologies and Contemporary Military Conflict in First Person Shooters (MVZ).
FDGFDG-2011-AshtonV
Measuring cooperative gameplay pacing in World of Warcraft (MA, CV), pp. 77–83.
FDGFDG-2011-DebeauvaisNSDY
If you build it they might stay: retention mechanisms in World of Warcraft (TD, BAN, DJS, ND, NY), pp. 180–187.
FDGFDG-2011-FristoeDMMW
Say it with systems: expanding Kodu's expressive power through gender-inclusive mechanics (TF, JD, MM, MM, NWF), pp. 227–234.
FDGFDG-2011-MerrittMCO
Choosing human team-mates: perceived identity as a moderator of player preference and enjoyment (TRM, KM, TLC, CO), pp. 196–203.
FDGFDG-2011-Ware
A computational model of narrative conflict (SGW), pp. 247–249.
CoGVS-Games-2011-AsteriadisKK
The Importance of Eye Gaze and Head Pose to Estimating Levels of Attention (SA, KK, SDK), pp. 186–191.
CoGVS-Games-2011-RibeiroFMSRL
Integrating a Military Air Traffic Control Simulator with an LMS (TR0, NF, LM, PS0, PR, LL), pp. 132–135.
AGTIVEAGTIVE-2011-DrewesHM
Contextual Hyperedge Replacement (FD, BH, MM), pp. 182–197.
AGTIVEAGTIVE-2011-Kocsis
Best Practices to Model Business Services in Complex IT Environments (ZK), p. 1.
GT-VMTGT-VMT-2011-BlumeBFK
Treewidth, Pathwidth and Cospan Decompositions (CB, HJSB, MF, BK).
CHICHI-2011-BalaamFGH
Enhancing interactional synchrony with an ambient display (MB, GF, JG, EH), pp. 867–876.
CHICHI-2011-BillmanAFLST
Benefits of matching domain structure for planning software: the right stuff (DB, LA, MF, JL, AS, RT), pp. 2521–2530.
CHICHI-2011-DiSalvoYGMMPB
African American men constructing computing identity (BJD, SY, MG, TM, CM, KP, AB), pp. 2967–2970.
CHICHI-2011-DragicevicBJEF
Temporal distortion for animated transitions (PD, AB, WJ, NE, JDF), pp. 2009–2018.
CHICHI-2011-FailyF
Persona cases: a technique for grounding personas (SF, IF), pp. 2267–2270.
CHICHI-2011-GaverBBBJCKWPW
The photostroller: supporting diverse care home residents in engaging with the world (WWG, AB, JB, MB, NJ, DWTC, TK, AW, RP, PCW), pp. 1757–1766.
CHICHI-2011-HarrisN
Emotion regulation for frustrating driving contexts (HH, CN), pp. 749–752.
CHICHI-2011-HasanGI
Comet and target ghost: techniques for selecting moving targets (KH, TG, PI), pp. 839–848.
CHICHI-2011-HayashiH
A diary study of password usage in daily life (EH, JIH), pp. 2627–2630.
CHICHI-2011-HinckleyS
Sensor synaesthesia: touch in motion, and motion in touch (KH, HS), pp. 801–810.
CHICHI-2011-HollinworthH
Cursor relocation techniques to help older adults find “lost” cursors (NH, FH), pp. 863–866.
CHICHI-2011-JonesO
Contextual dynamics of group-based sharing decisions (SLJ, EO), pp. 1777–1786.
CHICHI-2011-KimL
Kinetic tiles (HK, WL), pp. 1279–1282.
CHICHI-2011-KimR
User perceptions of the role and value of tags (YMK, SYR), pp. 671–674.
CHICHI-2011-KwonJEY
Direct manipulation through surrogate objects (BCK, WJ, NE, JSY), pp. 627–636.
CHICHI-2011-LatulipeCL
Evaluating longitudinal projects combining technology with temporal arts (CL, EAC, DML), pp. 1835–1844.
CHICHI-2011-LatulipeCL11a
Love, hate, arousal and engagement: exploring audience responses to performing arts (CL, EAC, DML), pp. 1845–1854.
CHICHI-2011-LewisDG
Affective computational priming and creativity (SL, MD, EG), pp. 735–744.
CHICHI-2011-LuffYKH
Hands on hitchcock: embodied reference to a moving scene (PL, NY, HK, CH), pp. 43–52.
CHICHI-2011-MaedaHKA
“ClearPlate” for capturing printed information: a scanner and viewfinder in one optical unit (AM, KH, MK, MA), pp. 2737–2740.
CHICHI-2011-MandrykL
The effects of intended use on target acquisition (RLM, CL), pp. 1649–1652.
CHICHI-2011-MarshallREBWM
Breath control of amusement rides (JM, DR, SRE, SB, BW, DM), pp. 73–82.
CHICHI-2011-MatejkaGF
Ambient help (JM, TG, GWF), pp. 2751–2760.
CHICHI-2011-McGee-LennonWMBH
Name that tune: musicons as reminders in the home (MRML, MKW, RM, SAB, CVH), pp. 2803–2806.
CHICHI-2011-McNaneyLLLSPHJWMO
Cueing for drooling in Parkinson’s disease (RM, SL, KL, CL, GS, TP, NYH, DJ, RW, NM, PO), pp. 619–622.
CHICHI-2011-NancelWPCM
Mid-air pan-and-zoom on wall-sized displays (MN, JW, EP, OC, WEM), pp. 177–186.
CHICHI-2011-NoguchiSBO
Time characteristics of olfaction in a single breath (DN, SS, YB, KiO), pp. 83–92.
CHICHI-2011-ONeillMCG
When a little knowledge isn’t a dangerous thing (JO, DBM, TC, AG), pp. 1667–1676.
CHICHI-2011-PanCHMHMC
Now where was I?: physiologically-triggered bookmarking (MKXJP, GJSC, GHH, AJM, TWH, KEM, EAC), pp. 363–372.
CHICHI-2011-PierceP11a
A phenomenology of human-electricity relations (JP, EP), pp. 2405–2408.
CHICHI-2011-RaderEC
Brick by brick: iterating interventions to bridge the achievement gap with virtual peers (ER, ME, JC), pp. 2971–2974.
CHICHI-2011-RoudautPB
Touch input on curved surfaces (AR, HP, PB), pp. 1011–1020.
CHICHI-2011-Sharma
Role of available and provided resources in sensemaking (NS), pp. 1807–1816.
CHICHI-2011-Taylor
Out there (AST), pp. 685–694.
CHICHI-2011-ThayerLHSSD
The imposition and superimposition of digital reading technology: the academic potential of e-readers (AT, CPL, LHH, HS, PS, ND), pp. 2917–2926.
CHICHI-2011-WacharamanothamHMKSB
Evaluating swabbing: a touchscreen input method for elderly users with tremor (CW, JH, AM, MK, CMS, JOB), pp. 623–626.
CHICHI-2011-WaldnerSGS
Importance-driven compositing window management (MW, MS, RG, DS), pp. 959–968.
CHICHI-2011-WilcoxMTGH
Characterizing patient-friendly “micro-explanations” of medical events (LW, DM, DST, JG, EH), pp. 29–32.
CHICHI-2011-YeeDNL
Introverted elves & conscientious gnomes: the expression of personality in world of warcraft (NY, ND, LN, PL), pp. 753–762.
CHICHI-2011-YeeDYN
Do men heal more when in drag?: conflicting identity cues between user and avatar (NY, ND, MY, LN), pp. 773–776.
CHICHI-2011-YuN
Cooks or cobblers?: crowd creativity through combination (LY, JVN), pp. 1393–1402.
CSCWCSCW-2011-Cutrell
Technology for emerging markets at MSR india (EC), pp. 9–16.
CSCWCSCW-2011-FothCS
Urban informatics (MF, JHjC, CS), pp. 1–8.
CSCWCSCW-2011-HoZ
i-sensor inference model for assessing trustworthiness in computer-mediated communications (SMH, XZ), pp. 645–648.
CSCWCSCW-2011-JungW
Your and my little sprout (JWJ, KW), pp. 653–656.
CSCWCSCW-2011-SchwandaBLSVH
Temporal patterns of cohesiveness in virtual groups (VS, KB, JL, GS, AV, JTH), pp. 709–712.
CSCWCSCW-2011-VertesiD
The value of data: considering the context of production in data economies (JV, PD), pp. 533–542.
HCIDHM-2011-LeiY
Contact Area Determination between a N95 Filtering Facepiece Respirator and a Headform (ZL, J(Y), pp. 119–128.
HCIDHM-2011-LinMC
Dynamic Power Tool Operation Model: Experienced Users vs. Novice Users (JHL, RWM, CCC), pp. 394–398.
HCIDHM-2011-WeerasingheG
Footbed Influences on Posture and Perceived Feel (TWW, RSG), pp. 220–227.
HCIDHM-2011-ZhangWRFHLN
Human Dimensions of Chinese Minors (XZ, YW, LR, AF, KH, TL, JN), pp. 37–45.
HCIDUXU-v1-2011-KimPHPJPLH
A Guideline for an Outpatient Guidance System for Use in General Hospitals (GK, JP, MH, HP, DJ, SHP, SL, SH), pp. 261–269.
HCIDUXU-v1-2011-LumiahoR
Electronic Invoicing in SMEs (LL, JR), pp. 475–484.
HCIHCD-2011-LoLT
Electronic Medication Reminder for Older Adults (YLL, CFL, WCT), pp. 327–334.
HCIHCI-DDA-2011-KimRTT
Investigating the Effects of Metacognition in Dynamic Control Tasks (JHK, LR, AT, HT), pp. 378–387.
HCIHCI-DDA-2011-LekkasTGMS
The Effects of Personality Type in User-Centered Appraisal Systems (ZL, NT, PG, CM, GS), pp. 388–396.
HCIHCI-DDA-2011-LinDCLL
Measuring Corrective Reaction Time with the Intermittent Illumination Model (JFL, CGD, CMC, YDL, YQL), pp. 397–405.
HCIHCI-DDA-2011-VallsDL
Enhancing Personas with Their Main Scenarios (AVS, MGD, MLR), pp. 136–141.
HCIHCI-DDA-2011-XieDDZWC
LSCM Based Non-rigid Registration for Craniofacial Surfaces (WX, FD, QD, MZ, ZW, LC), pp. 670–676.
HCIHCI-ITE-2011-ByerD
VOSS -A Voice Operated Suite for the Barbadian Vernacular (DB, CD), pp. 325–330.
HCIHCI-ITE-2011-DadgariS
New Techniques for Merging Text Versions (DD, WS), pp. 331–340.
HCIHCI-ITE-2011-LangMBBM
An Avatar-Based Help System for Web-Portals (HL, CM, BB, DMB, WM), pp. 537–546.
HCIHCI-ITE-2011-NautsDKC
Taking Turns in Flying with a Virtual Wingman (PN, WAvD, EK, AHMC), pp. 575–584.
HCIHCI-ITE-2011-SchmeierRA
Computer Assistance in Bilingual Task-Oriented Human-Human Dialogues (SS, MR, RA), pp. 387–395.
HCIHCI-ITE-2011-TakahashiK
Eye-Movement-Based Instantaneous Cognition Model for Non-verbal Smooth Closed Figures (YT, SK), pp. 314–322.
HCIHCI-MIIE-2011-ChuC
Safe-in-Place Awareness GPS System with Distance-Based and Duration-Based Notification Control (CNC, GC), pp. 288–292.
HCIHCI-MIIE-2011-DambockKBB
The H-Metaphor as an Example for Cooperative Vehicle Driving (DD, MK, KB, HB), pp. 376–385.
HCIHCI-MIIE-2011-NakamuraN
Beginner Driver Support System for Merging into Left Main Lane (YN, YN), pp. 444–451.
HCIHCI-UA-2011-HsuL
Effects of Age Groups and Distortion Types on Text-Based CAPTCHA Tasks (CHH, YLL), pp. 453–455.
HCIHIMI-v1-2011-AsaoKK
Effects of Joint Acceleration on Rod’s Length Perception by Dynamic Touch (TA, YK, KK), pp. 381–390.
HCIHIMI-v2-2011-HashiguchiO
Proposal of the Kawaii Search System Based on the First Sight of Impression (KH, KO), pp. 21–30.
HCIHIMI-v2-2011-HosonoIMSNTY
Service Science Method to Create Pictograms Referring to Sign Languages (NH, HI, HM, MS, YN, YT, SY), pp. 123–130.
HCIHIMI-v2-2011-JungLKS
Technology-Based Decision-Making Support System (HJ, ML, PK, WKS), pp. 262–267.
HCIHIMI-v2-2011-TakahashiKY
Disaster Information Collecting/Providing Service for Local Residents (YT, DK, SY), pp. 411–418.
HCIIDGD-2011-AbulkhairAAAA
Cultural Effects on Arabic Electronic TV (MA, HA, HA, SA, RA), pp. 457–466.
HCIIDGD-2011-KangLCW
Friendship Display Medium in Response to Academic Major Influences in Visuospatial Abilities (YYK, CLL, SHC, MJJW), pp. 166–176.
HCIIDGD-2011-WongLL
The Entwined Economic and Cultural Issues in the Production of Barbie in Taiwan, Taishan (JJW, RL, ZAL), pp. 417–426.
HCIIDGD-2011-ZhaoH
Cross-Cultural Study on Shop-Floor Control System (XZ, HH), pp. 437–445.
ICEISICEIS-v1-2011-LiX
A Method of Adjusting the Number of Replica Dynamically in HDFS (BL, KX), pp. 529–533.
ICEISICEIS-v1-2011-Wang
Strategic Thinking of Public Service Facilities of Urban Tourism System (XW), pp. 448–452.
ICEISICEIS-v1-2011-ZhaoL
Model of the Emergencies Risk Transmission in Price-driven Supply Chain (YZ, JL), pp. 405–411.
ICEISICEIS-v1-2011-ZhuXP
A Differentiated Service based Content Distribution Method in CDN (BZ, KX, RP), pp. 576–579.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2011-HouGM
Accounting Information Content and Timeliness of Annual Report Disclosure — An Evidence from China’s Listed Companies (PH, GG, ZM), pp. 400–408.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2011-LiangZL
Stock Market Forecasting based on Wavelet and Least Squares Support Vector Machine (XL, HZ, XL), pp. 46–53.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2011-ZhuL
Mutual Interdependence of Stock Markets based on Support Vector Machine (MZ, JL), pp. 218–221.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2011-HuangZYZC
Neural Network-based Procurement Mode Selection of MRO Materials (ZH, YZ, HY, YZ, LC), pp. 523–526.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2011-HuXJ
Information Forecast in a Supply Chain with Electronic Market (PH, WX, LJ), pp. 507–510.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2011-LemrabetLBBB
Business-IT Alignment and Organisation Agility Enabled by BPM and SOA Approaches Interplay (YL, HL, NB, MB, JPB), pp. 241–246.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2011-Liu
The Impact of Display Incompleteness on Customers’ Choice (ZL), pp. 550–553.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2011-LiuX
Assets Management Around Urban Rail Transit (HL, MX), pp. 439–443.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2011-WangRL
The Pricing Mechanism of Suppliers in Risk-sharing in External Financing (ZW, YR, HL), pp. 145–149.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2011-YangF
Mitigate Supply Risk in Supply Chain (XY, SF), pp. 544–549.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2011-Yu11a
A Critique of the Benefits Statement 2006/2007 for the UK NHS National Programme for IT (AGY), pp. 482–487.
ICEISICEIS-v4-2011-ChenZS
The Construction and Trend of Intelligent Information Campus (YC, RZ, XS), pp. 505–508.
ICEISICEIS-v4-2011-CuiZH
The Impact of the Concentration Rate of the International Container Liner Market on Chinese Container Freight Index (LC, YZ, MH), pp. 611–616.
ICEISICEIS-v4-2011-HaanONS
Management of the “Customer — Logistics Service Provider” Relationship (JdH, MO, FN, JS), pp. 720–725.
ICEISICEIS-v4-2011-HuoXT
Characteristics of Modern Logistics and Ways of Reducing Logistics Costs (CH, MX, YT), pp. 732–735.
ICEISICEIS-v4-2011-MaL
Investor-manager Heterogeneous Beliefs and Corporate Financing Decision (JM, ZL), pp. 384–388.
ICEISICEIS-v4-2011-VanekJ
Right Mouse Button Surrogate on Touch Screens (JV, BJ), pp. 304–309.
ICEISICEIS-v4-2011-VianaT
Electronic Government in Brazil — Evaluating Brazil Initiative (GBV, MBFdT), pp. 245–253.
ICEISICEIS-v4-2011-WangJF
Appraisal of Urban Harmonious Transport (HW, LJ, JF), pp. 548–552.
ICEISICEIS-v4-2011-WangS11a
Accessibility of Group Support for Blind Users (YW, JS), pp. 297–303.
ICEISICEIS-v4-2011-WuM
Study of System Dynamics Model of Green Supply Chain based on Balanced Scorecard (YW, DM), pp. 726–731.
CIKMCIKM-2011-AbedjanN
Advancing the discovery of unique column combinations (ZA, FN), pp. 1565–1570.
CIKMCIKM-2011-AgrawalIV
Timing when to buy (RA, SI, RV), pp. 709–718.
CIKMCIKM-2011-BaeHKF
Constructing seminal paper genealogy (DHB, SMH, SWK, CF), pp. 2101–2104.
CIKMCIKM-2011-BeskalesFGVJ
Factorization-based lossless compression of inverted indices (GB, MF, MG, SV, VJ), pp. 327–332.
CIKMCIKM-2011-BhamidipatiK
A diversity measure leveraging domain specific auxiliary information (NB, NK), pp. 2213–2216.
CIKMCIKM-2011-BlunschiJKMS
Data-thirsty business analysts need SODA: search over data warehouse (LB, CJ, DK, MM, KS), pp. 2525–2528.
CIKMCIKM-2011-GuYLHJLC
Extract knowledge from semi-structured websites for search task simplification (YG, JY, HL, JH, LJ, NL, ZC), pp. 1883–1888.
CIKMCIKM-2011-HuangWQZCH
Top-k most influential locations selection (JH, ZW, JQ, RZ, JC, ZH), pp. 2377–2380.
CIKMCIKM-2011-HuSPW
Effects of search success on search engine re-use (VH, MS, JP, RWW), pp. 1841–1846.
CIKMCIKM-2011-KamathC
Discovering trending phrases on information streams (KYK, JC), pp. 2245–2248.
CIKMCIKM-2011-KimCSB
Evaluating an associative browsing model for personal information (JK, WBC, DAS, AB), pp. 647–652.
CIKMCIKM-2011-LiangXL
Adding structure to top-k: from items to expansions (XL, MX, LVSL), pp. 1699–1708.
CIKMCIKM-2011-LiLWG
Context-based entity description rule for entity resolution (LL, JL, HW, HG), pp. 1725–1730.
CIKMCIKM-2011-MehtaNBNDP
Simultaneously improving CSAT and profit in a retail banking organization (SM, UN, VSB, SN, PD, GRP), pp. 2505–2508.
CIKMCIKM-2011-MurdockG
Computational geography (VM, GG), pp. 2597–2598.
CIKMCIKM-2011-OttavianoG
Semi-indexing semi-structured data in tiny space (GO, RG), pp. 1485–1494.
CIKMCIKM-2011-PapagelisBG
Suggesting ghost edges for a smaller world (MP, FB, AG), pp. 2305–2308.
CIKMCIKM-2011-ParikhS
Beyond relevance in marketplace search (NP, NS), pp. 2109–2112.
CIKMCIKM-2011-ParikhS11a
Marco Polo: a system for brand-based shopping and exploration (NP, NS), pp. 2537–2540.
CIKMCIKM-2011-RoitmanYTKM
Exploratory search over social-medical data (HR, SY, YT, DWK, YM), pp. 2513–2516.
CIKMCIKM-2011-SilSB
Supervised matching of comments with news article segments (DKS, SHS, CB), pp. 2125–2128.
CIKMCIKM-2011-StepanovGREO
SIMD-based decoding of posting lists (AAS, ARG, DER, RJE, PSO), pp. 317–326.
CIKMCIKM-2011-XueKRP
Utility-driven anonymization in data publishing (MX, PK, CR, HKP), pp. 2277–2280.
ECIRECIR-2011-ArampatzisED
Enhancing Deniability against Query-Logs (AA, PSE, GD), pp. 117–128.
ECIRECIR-2011-ArguelloDCC
A Methodology for Evaluating Aggregated Search Results (JA, FD, JC, BC), pp. 141–152.
ECIRECIR-2011-MagdyLJ
Simple vs. Sophisticated Approaches for Patent Prior-Art Search (WM, PL, GJFJ), pp. 725–728.
ECIRECIR-2011-SeoCKL
Smoothing Click Counts for Aggregated Vertical Search (JS, WBC, KHK, JHL), pp. 387–398.
ECIRECIR-2011-SmirnovaB
A User-Oriented Model for Expert Finding (ES, KB), pp. 580–592.
ICMLICML-2011-Clark
Inference of Inversion Transduction Grammars (AC), pp. 201–208.
ICMLICML-2011-Garcia-GarciaLS
Risk-Based Generalizations of f-divergences (DGG, UvL, RSR), pp. 417–424.
ICMLICML-2011-IkonomovskaGZD
Speeding-Up Hoeffding-Based Regression Trees With Options (EI, JG, BZ, SD), pp. 537–544.
ICMLICML-2011-MinhS
Vector-valued Manifold Regularization (HQM, VS), pp. 57–64.
ICMLICML-2011-NaganoKA
Size-constrained Submodular Minimization through Minimum Norm Base (KN, YK, KA), pp. 977–984.
ICMLICML-2011-NorouziF
Minimal Loss Hashing for Compact Binary Codes (MN, DJF), pp. 353–360.
ICMLICML-2011-ShiehHA
Tree preserving embedding (AS, TH, EA), pp. 753–760.
ICMLICML-2011-VirtanenKK
Bayesian CCA via Group Sparsity (SV, AK, SK), pp. 457–464.
ICMLICML-2011-YueJ
Beat the Mean Bandit (YY, TJ), pp. 241–248.
ICMLICML-2011-YuM
Unimodal Bandits (JYY, SM), pp. 41–48.
KDDKDD-2011-AchlioptasSB
Two-locus association mapping in subquadratic time (PA, BS, KMB), pp. 726–734.
KDDKDD-2011-AgrawalIV
Ameliorating buyer’s remorse (RA, SI, RV), pp. 351–359.
KDDKDD-2011-GeLXC
A taxi business intelligence system (YG, CL, HX, JC), pp. 735–738.
KDDKDD-2011-Gkoulalas-DivanisL
Revisiting sequential pattern hiding to enhance utility (AGD, GL), pp. 1316–1324.
KDDKDD-2011-Haussler
Cancer genomics (DH), pp. 3–4.
KDDKDD-2011-MetwallyP
Estimating the number of users behind ip addresses for combating abusive traffic (AM, MP), pp. 249–257.
KDDKDD-2011-Pearl
The mathematics of causal inference (JP), p. 5.
KDDKDD-2011-YuanHL
An improved GLMNET for l1-regularized logistic regression (GXY, CHH, CJL), pp. 33–41.
KDIRKDIR-2011-Goble
Accelerating Scientists’ Knowledge Turns (CAG), p. 7.
KDIRKDIR-2011-KentaroSK
Discovery of Meeting-particle Links and Their Application to Meeting Recollection Support (IK, OS, NK), pp. 456–459.
KDIRKDIR-2011-PaquetVG
To Aggregate or Not to Aggregate: That is the Question (EP, HLV, HG), pp. 354–357.
KEODKEOD-2011-AkamaN
Meaning-preserving Skolemization (KA, EN), pp. 322–327.
KEODKEOD-2011-BelouaerBM
Spatial Knowledge in Planning Language (LB, MB, AIM), pp. 71–80.
KEODKEOD-2011-HotzR
Thoughts about Structuralization, Specialization, Instantiation, and Metaization (LH, SvR), pp. 457–460.
KEODKEOD-2011-Koit
Conversational Agent in Argumentation — Updating of Information States (MK), pp. 375–378.
KMISKMIS-2011-Sandkuhl
Organizational Knowledge Patterns — Definition and Characteristics (KS), pp. 230–235.
MLDMMLDM-2011-Grabczewski
Separability of Split Value Criterion with Weighted Separation Gains (KG), pp. 88–98.
MLDMMLDM-2011-HuangH
Discovering Text Patterns by a New Graphic Model (MH, RMH), pp. 428–442.
SEKESEKE-2011-AlencarTSDC
Maximizing the Financial Benefits Yielded by IT Projects While Ensuring their Strategic Fit (AJA, GT, EAS, AFdSD, ALC), pp. 288–295.
SEKESEKE-2011-AlspaughAS
Presenting Software License Conflicts through Argumentation (TAA, HUA, WS), pp. 509–514.
SEKESEKE-2011-ComanSS
Ensuring Continuous Data Accuracy in AISEMA Systems (IDC, AS, GS), pp. 640–645.
SIGIRSIGIR-2011-AsadiML
Cross-corpus relevance projection (NA, DM, JJL), pp. 1163–1164.
SIGIRSIGIR-2011-BlondelSU
Tackling class imbalance and data scarcity in literature-based gene function annotation (MB, KS, KU), pp. 1123–1124.
SIGIRSIGIR-2011-ChatzichristofisZA11a
The TREC files: the (ground) truth is out there (SAC, KZ, AA), pp. 1289–1290.
SIGIRSIGIR-2011-ChenWSPY
Diversifying product search results (XC, HW, XS, JP, YY), pp. 1093–1094.
SIGIRSIGIR-2011-HeHS
A weighted curve fitting method for result merging in federated search (CH, DH, LS), pp. 1177–1178.
SIGIRSIGIR-2011-LawBH
The effects of choice in routing relevance judgments (EL, PNB, EH), pp. 1127–1128.
SIGIRSIGIR-2011-LevelingMJ
An investigation of decompounding for cross-language patent search (JL, WM, GJFJ), pp. 1169–1170.
SIGIRSIGIR-2011-LiuB
Search task difficulty: the expected vs. the reflected (JL, NJB), pp. 1183–1184.
SIGIRSIGIR-2011-QianH
Graph-cut based tag enrichment (XQ, XSH), pp. 1111–1112.
SIGIRSIGIR-2011-SantosMO
Intent-aware search result diversification (RLTS, CM, IO), pp. 595–604.
SIGIRSIGIR-2011-SunSL
DOM based content extraction via text density (FS, DS, LL), pp. 245–254.
SIGIRSIGIR-2011-Yom-TovD11a
Location and timeliness of information sources during news events (EYT, FD), pp. 1105–1106.
BXBX-2011-Diskin
Update propagation via tiles (ZD), p. 53.
ECMFAECMFA-2011-PfeifferW
Taming the Confusion of Languages (RHP, AW), pp. 312–328.
ECMFAECMFA-2011-Schafer
Building Advanced Mechatronic Systems (WS), pp. 1–2.
MODELSMoDELS-2011-CuccuruGT
Defining MARTE’s VSL as an Extension of Alf (AC, SG, FT), pp. 699–713.
MODELSMoDELS-2011-FleureyMSB
MDE to Manage Communications with and between Resource-Constrained Systems (FF, BM, AS, OB), pp. 349–363.
ECOOPECOOP-2011-Chambers
Expressiveness, Simplicity, and Users (CC), p. 229.
ECOOPECOOP-2011-WintherS
Related Types (JW, MIS), pp. 434–458.
OnwardOnward-2011-Barzilay
Example embedding (OB), pp. 137–144.
OnwardOnward-2011-BisianiM
Ageing society (RB, DM), pp. 111–112.
OnwardOnward-2011-KnollGM
Naturalistic types (RK, VG, MM), pp. 33–48.
OnwardOnward-2011-McDirmid
Coding at the speed of touch (SM), pp. 61–76.
OnwardOnward-2011-Singer
A literate experimentation manifesto (JS), pp. 91–102.
OnwardOnward-2011-Stangl
Continuous demonstration (HS), pp. 107–108.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2011-AftandilianGVY
Asynchronous assertions (EA, SZG, MTV, EY), pp. 275–288.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2011-AustinDF
Virtual values for language extension (THA, TD, CF), pp. 921–938.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2011-LublinermanZBCS
Delegated isolation (RL, JZ, ZB, SC, VS), pp. 885–902.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2011-SunshineNSAT
First-class state change in plaid (JS, KN, SS, JA, ÉT), pp. 713–732.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2011-Sutherland
The sequential prison (IS), pp. 1–2.
TOOLSTOOLS-EUROPE-2011-LangoneRN
Unifying Subjectivity (DL, JR, ON), pp. 115–130.
TOOLSTOOLS-EUROPE-2011-MilanovaV
Static Dominance Inference (AM, JV), pp. 211–227.
AdaEuropeAdaEurope-2011-ChapmanJ
OOT, DO-178C and SPARK (RC, TJ), pp. 206–210.
AdaEuropeAdaEurope-2011-JohnsenL
Developing Dependable Software-Intensive Systems: AADL vs. EAST-ADL (AJ, KL), pp. 103–117.
PADLPADL-2011-BelwalC
Determining Actual Response Time in P-FRP (CB, AMKC), pp. 250–264.
PADLPADL-2011-FodorAR
Results on Out-of-Order Event Processing (PF, DA, SR), pp. 220–234.
PLDIPLDI-2011-AltidorHS
Taming the wildcards: combining definition- and use-site variance (JA, SSH, YS), pp. 602–613.
POPLPOPL-2011-AhmedFSW
Blame for all (AA, RBF, JGS, PW), pp. 201–214.
POPLPOPL-2011-CookK
Making prophecies with decision predicates (BC, EK), pp. 399–410.
POPLPOPL-2011-MadhusudanP
The tree width of auxiliary storage (PM, GP), pp. 283–294.
POPLPOPL-2011-Pottier
A typed store-passing translation for general references (FP), pp. 147–158.
POPLPOPL-2011-TovP
Practical affine types (JAT, RP), pp. 447–458.
SASSAS-2011-McMillan
Widening and Interpolation (KLM), p. 1.
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