### 10 papers:

- CHI-2014-HeoGL #using
- Expanding touch input vocabulary by using consecutive distant taps (SH, JG, GL), pp. 2597–2606.
- CASE-2011-FrohlichS #multi #scheduling
- Transient multiple hoist scheduling of consecutive cyclic schedules (RF, SCS), pp. 357–362.
- DLT-2011-BattagliaGS #multi #order
- Counting the Orderings for Multisets in Consecutive Ones Property and PQ-Trees (GB, RG, NS), pp. 58–69.
- ECIR-2009-NamNLL #difference #named
- DiffPost: Filtering Non-relevant Content Based on Content Difference between Two Consecutive Blog Posts (SHN, SHN, YL, JHL), pp. 791–795.
- SAC-2009-Brand #composition #constraints #matrix #problem
- The sum-of-increments constraint in the consecutive-ones matrix decomposition problem (SB), pp. 1417–1418.
- RE-2006-SoB #case study #experience #requirements
- Experiences of Requirements Engineering for Two Consecutive Versions of a Product at VLSC (JS, DMB), pp. 216–221.
- CHI-2004-WigdorB #comparison #concurrent #mobile
- A comparison of consecutive and concurrent input text entry techniques for mobile phones (DW, RB), pp. 81–88.
- MLDM-2003-LeleuRBE #dataset #mining #named
- GO-SPADE: Mining Sequential Patterns over Datasets with Consecutive Repetitions (ML, CR, JFB, GE), pp. 293–306.
- IFL-1997-Scholz #array
- WITH-Loop-Folding in SAC — Condensing Consecutive Array Operations (SBS), pp. 72–91.
- STOC-1975-BoothL #algorithm #graph #linear
- Linear Algorithms to Recognize Interval Graphs and Test for the Consecutive Ones Property (KSB, GSL), pp. 255–265.