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context (4)
dpo (3)
time (3)
phone (2)
understand (2)

Stem borrow$ (all stems)

15 papers:

ICSEICSE-v1-2015-LaTozaCJZH #case study #contest #design
Borrowing from the Crowd: A Study of Recombination in Software Design Competitions (TDL, MC, LJ, MZ, AvdH), pp. 551–562.
ICGTICGT-2012-OrejasBM #graph
Borrowed Contexts for Attributed Graphs (FO, AB, NM), pp. 126–140.
POPLPOPL-2012-NadenBAB #type system
A type system for borrowing permissions (KN, RB, JA, KB), pp. 557–570.
DATEDATE-2010-ChoudhuryCMA10a #fault #named #online
TIMBER: Time borrowing and error relaying for online timing error resilience (MRC, VC, KM, RCA), pp. 1554–1559.
Capabilities for Uniqueness and Borrowing (PH, MO), pp. 354–378.
CHICHI-2009-KarlsonBS #comprehension #mobile
Can I borrow your phone?: understanding concerns when sharing mobile phones (AKK, AJBB, SES), pp. 1647–1650.
ICGTICGT-2008-BonchiGH #independence #parallel
Parallel and Sequential Independence for Borrowed Contexts (FB, FG, TH), pp. 226–241.
ICGTICGT-2008-RangelLKEB #behaviour #refactoring #using
Behavior Preservation in Model Refactoring Using DPO Transformations with Borrowed Contexts (GR, LL, BK, HE, PB), pp. 242–256.
GT-VMTGT-VMT-2007-RangelKE #approach #bisimulation #verification
Bisimulation Verification for the DPO Approach with Borrowed (GR, BK, HE).
ICGTICGT-2006-BaldanEK #composition
Composition and Decomposition of DPO Transformations with Borrowed Context (PB, HE, BK), pp. 153–167.
HPDCHPDC-2004-GuptaLD #comprehension
Measuring and Understanding User Comfort With Resource Borrowing (AG, BL, PAD), pp. 214–224.
FoSSaCSFoSSaCS-2002-Mossakowski #development #graph
Heterogeneous Development Graphs and Heterogeneous Borrowing (TM), pp. 326–341.
SOSPSOSP-1999-DudaC #scheduling #thread
Borrowed-virtual-time (BVT) scheduling: supporting latency-sensitive threads in a general-purpose schedular (KJD, DRC), pp. 261–276.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-1998-Simons #canonical
Borrow, Copy or Steal? Loans and Larceny in the Orthodox Canonical Form (AJHS), pp. 65–83.
KDDKDD-1995-CortesDHV #capacity #complexity #predict
Capacity and Complexity Control in Predicting the Spread Between Borrowing and Lending Interest Rates (CC, HD, DH, VV), pp. 51–56.

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