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Stem distinct$ (all stems)

43 papers:

DLTDLT-2014-KociumakaRRW #standard #word
Maximum Number of Distinct and Nonequivalent Nonstandard Squares in a Word (TK, JR, WR, TW), pp. 215–226.
ICALPICALP-v1-2014-KlauckP #algorithm #interactive #problem #streaming
An Improved Interactive Streaming Algorithm for the Distinct Elements Problem (HK, VP), pp. 919–930.
KDDKDD-2014-Ting #approximate
Streamed approximate counting of distinct elements: beating optimal batch methods (DT), pp. 442–451.
CASECASE-2013-LiJJ #algorithm #heuristic
A heuristic algorithm for minimizing total absolute deviation from distinct due dates on a single machine (YL, ZJ, WJ), pp. 392–397.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2013-ScottG #learning #programming #question
Implicit theories of programming aptitude as a barrier to learning to code: are they distinct from intelligence? (MJS, GG), p. 347.
ICALPICALP-v1-2013-BelovsCJKM #3d #quantum
Time-Efficient Quantum Walks for 3-Distinctness (AB, AMC, SJ, RK, FM), pp. 105–122.
ICPRICPR-2012-GossowWB #invariant
Distinctive texture features from perspective-invariant keypoints (DG, DW, MB), pp. 2764–2767.
ICPRICPR-2012-LiFLF #recognition
Face recognition with illumination distinction description (YL, JF, CL, XF), pp. 809–812.
ICSMEICSM-2011-WangPXZ #case study #feature model #process
An exploratory study of feature location process: Distinct phases, recurring patterns, and elementary actions (JW, XP, ZX, WZ), pp. 213–222.
PODSPODS-2010-KaneNW #algorithm #problem
An optimal algorithm for the distinct elements problem (DMK, JN, DPW), pp. 41–52.
CIKMCIKM-2010-ZhuangLSHXSX #classification #collaboration #mining #multi
Collaborative Dual-PLSA: mining distinction and commonality across multiple domains for text classification (FZ, PL, ZS, QH, YX, ZS, HX), pp. 359–368.
ICPRICPR-2010-HervieuPBGC #image
Stereoscopic Image Inpainting: Distinct Depth Maps and Images Inpainting (AH, NP, AB, PG, VC), pp. 4101–4104.
SACSAC-2010-IndermuhleBSB #documentation #online
Text versus non-text distinction in online handwritten documents (EI, HB, FS, TMB), pp. 3–7.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2009-AndreiCCJS #clustering #optimisation
Ordering, distinctness, aggregation, partitioning and DQP optimization in sybase ASE 15 (MA, XC, SC, CJ, ES), pp. 917–924.
VLDBVLDB-2009-KaushikS #consistency
Consistent Histograms In The Presence of Distinct Value Counts (RK, DS), pp. 850–861.
HCIHIMI-II-2009-KimMPH #performance #using #visualisation
Efficient Annotation Visualization Using Distinctive Features (SKK, SHM, JP, SYH), pp. 295–303.
ICEISICEIS-ISAS-2009-LopesGBF #case study #industrial #ontology #reverse engineering
Reverse Engineering a Domain Ontology to Uncover Fundamental Ontological Distinctions — An Industrial Case Study in the Domain of Oil and Gas Production and Exploration (ML, GG, FAB, RdAF), pp. 262–267.
AFLAFL-2008-Blanchet-SadriMS #word
Counting Distinct Squares in Partial Words (FBS, RM, GS), pp. 122–133.
LATALATA-2008-Petersen #sorting #turing machine
Sorting and Element Distinctness on One-Way Turing Machines (HP), pp. 433–439.
CIKMCIKM-2008-FanWLZH #effectiveness #framework #graph #named
GHOST: an effective graph-based framework for name distinction (XF, JW, BL, LZ, WH), pp. 1449–1450.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2007-BeyerHRSG #estimation #multi #on the
On synopses for distinct-value estimation under multiset operations (KSB, PJH, BR, YS, RG), pp. 199–210.
CAiSECAiSE-2007-Guizzardi #aspect-oriented
Modal Aspects of Object Types and Part-Whole Relations and the de re/de dicto Distinction (GG), pp. 5–20.
OOPSLAOOPSLA-2006-Hutchins #prototype #using
Eliminating distinctions of class: using prototypes to model virtual classes (DH), pp. 1–20.
PODSPODS-2005-GangulyGKR #estimation
Join-distinct aggregate estimation over update streams (SG, MNG, AK, RR), pp. 259–270.
CIKMCIKM-2005-YuZS #set #towards
Towards estimating the number of distinct value combinations for a set of attributes (XY, CZ, KCS), pp. 656–663.
ICMLICML-2004-WierstraW #markov #modelling
Utile distinction hidden Markov models (DW, MW).
Distinct distances in three and higher dimensions (BA, JP, MS, GT), pp. 541–546.
A Distinct-Head Folding Rule (DAR), pp. 505–506.
VLDBVLDB-2001-Gibbons #query
Distinct Sampling for Highly-Accurate Answers to Distinct Values Queries and Event Reports (PBG), pp. 541–550.
ICALPICALP-2001-HoyerNS #order #quantum #sorting
Quantum Complexities of Ordered Searching, Sorting, and Element Distinctness (PH, JN, YS), pp. 346–357.
ECOOPECOOP-2001-PolletCC #java #source code #static analysis
Distinctness and Sharing Domains for Static Analysis of Java Programs (IP, BLC, AC), pp. 77–98.
PODSPODS-2000-CharikarCMN #estimation #fault #towards
Towards Estimation Error Guarantees for Distinct Values (MC, SC, RM, VRN), pp. 268–279.
ICPRICPR-v1-2000-Fernandez-VidalRMC #image #predict #visual notation
Image Representational Model for Predicting Visual Distinctness of Objects (XRFV, RRS, JMB, JC), pp. 1689–1694.
STOCSTOC-1999-BussGIP #calculus #linear #polynomial
Linear Gaps Between Degrees for the Polynomial Calculus Modulo Distinct Primes (SRB, DG, RI, TP), pp. 547–556.
KDDKDD-1999-Oates #clustering #identification #multi #sequence
Identifying Distinctive Subsequences in Multivariate Time Series by Clustering (TO), pp. 322–326.
ICPRICPR-1998-HojjatoleslamiK #classification
Strategies for weighted combination of classifiers employing shared and distinct representations (AH, JK), pp. 338–340.
Blurring the Distinction between Command and Data in Scientific KDD (JVC, ES, SK), pp. 154–158.
A system for machine-written and hand-written character distinction (KK, LS, ZMKV), pp. 811–814.
VLDBVLDB-1995-HaasNSS #estimation
Sampling-Based Estimation of the Number of Distinct Values of an Attribute (PJH, JFN, SS, LS), pp. 311–322.
ICMLICML-1995-McCallum #learning
Instance-Based Utile Distinctions for Reinforcement Learning with Hidden State (AM), pp. 387–395.
ICMLICML-1993-McCallum #memory management
Overcoming Incomplete Perception with Util Distinction Memory (AM), pp. 190–196.
POPLPOPL-1990-HarperMM #higher-order
Higher-Order Modules and the Phase Distinction (RH, JCM, EM), pp. 341–354.
Labor Saving New Distinctions (JW), pp. 430–433.

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