BibSLEIGH corpus
BibSLEIGH tags
BibSLEIGH bundles
BibSLEIGH people
Open Knowledge
XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
email twitter
Used together with:
extract (3)
handwritten (3)
index (2)
system (2)
field (2)

Stem census$ (all stems)

12 papers:

CHICHI-2015-GlassmanKMM #named #online #student
Mudslide: A Spatially Anchored Census of Student Confusion for Online Lecture Videos (ELG, JK, AMH, MRM), pp. 1555–1564.
HCIHIMI-IKD-2015-GareauKW #documentation #effectiveness #question #visualisation #what
An Exploration of the Effectiveness of Infographics in Contrast to Text Documents for Visualizing Census Data: What Works? (MG, RK, LW), pp. 161–171.
DRRDRR-2013-ClawsonBCPKRB #automation #recognition
Automated recognition and extraction of tabular fields for the indexing of census records (RC, KB, GC, MP, DJK, JR, WAB).
ICDARICDAR-2013-NionMLSRMK #documentation #information management
Handwritten Information Extraction from Historical Census Documents (TN, FM, JL, CS, TR, PYM, CK), pp. 822–826.
MLDMMLDM-2013-DittakanCC #case study #comparative #image #mining
Satellite Image Mining for Census Collection: A Comparative Study with Respect to the Ethiopian Hinterland (KD, FC, RC), pp. 260–274.
Extracting information from handwritten content in census forms (HC, KS, XP, JC, RP, PN), pp. 306–309.
ICPRICPR-2012-GaoES #pseudo #ranking
A ranking model for face alignment with Pseudo Census Transform (HG, HKE, RS), pp. 1116–1119.
MSRMSR-2009-Mockus #scalability #source code #towards #version control
Amassing and indexing a large sample of version control systems: Towards the census of public source code history (AM), pp. 11–20.
Reading handwritten US census forms (SM, VG, VR, DSL, SNS), pp. 82–85.
A system for reading USA census ’90 hand-written fields (LS, ZMKV), pp. 86–91.
A DBMS for the U.S. Bureo of the Census (WES, WTA), pp. 496–498.
VLDBVLDB-1975-Weldon #database #implementation
Implementation Strategies for the Census Data Base (JLW), pp. 589–590.

Bibliography of Software Language Engineering in Generated Hypertext (BibSLEIGH) is created and maintained by Dr. Vadim Zaytsev.
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