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Stem dot$ (all stems)

37 papers:

HCIHIMI-IKC-2015-WangN #analysis #identification #matrix
Dot Matrix Analysis of Plant Operation Data for Identifying Sequential Alarms Triggered by Single Root Cause (ZW, MN), pp. 152–158.
KDDKDD-2015-Kaban #bound #random
Improved Bounds on the Dot Product under Random Projection and Random Sign Projection (AK), pp. 487–496.
HCIHIMI-DE-2014-PohlSKAM #usability
Evaluating the Dot-Based Contingency Wheel: Results from a Usability and Utility Study (MP, FS, SK, BA, SM), pp. 76–86.
SACSAC-2014-ShinJLY #automaton #design
Design of a cellular automata cell with rule 30 on quantum-dot cellular automata (SHS, JCJ, GJL, KYY), pp. 1749–1750.
CHICHI-2013-TockerCSC #eye tracking #visualisation
Individual user characteristics and information visualization: connecting the dots through eye tracking (DT, CC, BS, GC), pp. 295–304.
HCIDUXU-WM-2013-Gould #network
Dot, Line, Network: Helping Individuals Make Sense of “New Data” (EWG), pp. 496–505.
ICMLICML-c1-2013-GongGS #adaptation #invariant #learning
Connecting the Dots with Landmarks: Discriminatively Learning Domain-Invariant Features for Unsupervised Domain Adaptation (BG, KG, FS), pp. 222–230.
TFPIETFPIE-2012-ODonnell #education #functional #hardware #using
Connecting the Dots: Computer Systems Education using a Functional Hardware Description Language (JTO), pp. 20–39.
Around dot-Depth One (MK, AL), pp. 1323–1340.
ICPRICPR-2012-HuynhL #clustering #crowdsourcing
Connecting the dots: Triadic clustering of crowdsourced data to map dirt roads (AH, AL), pp. 3766–3769.
DATEDATE-2011-BruschiPRS #automaton #performance
An efficient Quantum-Dot Cellular Automata adder (FB, FP, VR, DS), pp. 1220–1223.
ICDARICDAR-2011-DuAL #detection #performance
Dot Text Detection Based on FAST Points (YD, HA, SL), pp. 435–439.
Around Dot-Depth One (MK, AL), pp. 255–269.
LICSLICS-2011-KufleitnerL #infinity #word
Languages of Dot-Depth One over Infinite Words (MK, AL), pp. 23–32.
DocEngDocEng-2010-NamaneSM #feature model #matrix #recognition #using
Degraded dot matrix character recognition using CSM-based feature extraction (AN, EHS, PM), pp. 207–210.
Around Dot Depth Two (KL, PKP, SSS), pp. 303–315.
Connecting the dots between news articles (DS, CG), pp. 623–632.
SACSAC-2009-VomelTM #quantum
Bulk based preconditioning for quantum dot computations (CV, ST, OM), pp. 961–965.
HCIOCSC-2007-MorrisonG #interactive #named #network #social #visualisation
ConnectDots: Visualizing Social Network Interaction for Improved Social Decision Making (DM, BG), pp. 134–140.
ICSMEICSM-2006-Sneed #migration #testing
Selective Regression Testing of a Host to DotNet Migration (HMS), pp. 104–112.
DLTDLT-2006-GlasserTW #polynomial
Perfect Correspondences Between Dot-Depth and Polynomial-Time Hierarchy (CG, SDT, KWW), pp. 408–419.
ICPRICPR-v2-2006-BaiH #case study #normalisation #online #recognition
A Study of Nonlinear Shape Normalization for Online Handwritten Chinese Character Recognition: Dot Density vs. Line Density Equalization (ZLB, QH), pp. 921–924.
ICPRICPR-v2-2006-ChenB06a #kernel
Function Dot Product Kernels for Support Vector Machine (GC, PB), pp. 614–617.
DLTDLT-J-2004-BorchertLSTT05 #polynomial
The dot-depth and the polynomial hierarchies correspond on the delta levels (BB, KJL, FS, PT, DT), pp. 625–644.
DACDAC-2004-AntonelliCDHKKMN #automaton #clustering #modelling #problem
Quantum-Dot Cellular Automata (QCA) circuit partitioning: problem modeling and solutions (DAA, DZC, TJD, XSH, ABK, PMK, RCM, MTN), pp. 363–368.
DATEDATE-v2-2004-TahooriL #automaton #design #quantum #testing
Testing of Quantum Dot Cellular Automata Based Designs (MBT, FL), pp. 1408–1409.
DLTDLT-2004-BorchertLSTT #polynomial
The Dot-Depth and the Polynomial Hierarchy Correspond on the Delta Levels (BB, KJL, FS, PT, DT), pp. 89–101.
CHICHI-2004-LampeR #distributed #online #scalability
Slash(dot) and burn: distributed moderation in a large online conversation space (CL, PR), pp. 543–550.
DACDAC-2003-Bernstein #automaton
Quantum-dot cellular automata: computing by field polarization (GHB), pp. 268–273.
DocEngDocEng-2003-ZhuN #encoding
Information encoding into and decoding from dot texture for active forms (BZ, MN), pp. 105–114.
CHICHI-2002-AccotZ #interface
More than dotting the i’s — foundations for crossing-based interfaces (JA, SZ), pp. 73–80.
DACDAC-2000-NiemierKK #design #novel #quantum #tool support
A design of and design tools for a novel quantum dot based microprocessor (MTN, MJK, PMK), pp. 227–232.
ICPRICPR-v1-2000-KruizingaP #analysis
A Nonlinear Texture Operator Specialized in the Analysis of Dot-Patterns (PK, NP), pp. 1197–1201.
Dot com versus bricks and mortar — the impact of portal technology (abstract of invited presentation) (CH), p. 4.
ICPRICPR-1996-DattaPC #self
Skeletal shape extraction from dot patterns by self-organization (AD, SKP, BBC), pp. 80–84.
Semigroups and Languages of Dot-Depth 2 (HS), pp. 416–423.
A Characterization of a Dot-Depth Two Analogue of Generalized Definite Languages (FEF, JAB), pp. 230–244.

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