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Stem eras$ (all stems)

16 papers:

DLTDLT-2012-Okhotin #theorem
Non-erasing Variants of the Chomsky-Schützenberger Theorem (AO), pp. 121–129.
CSEETCSEET-2011-HattoriBLL #game studies #learning
Erase and rewind — Learning by replaying examples (LH, AB, ML, ML), p. 558.
DLTDLT-J-2009-Zetzsche11 #capacity #comprehension #generative #matrix #towards
Toward Understanding the Generative Capacity of Erasing Rules in Matrix Grammars (GZ), pp. 411–426.
A Sufficient Condition for Erasing Productions to Be Avoidable (GZ), pp. 452–463.
DLTDLT-2010-ReidenbachS #ambiguity #morphism #strict
Restricted Ambiguity of Erasing Morphisms (DR, JCS), pp. 387–398.
ICALPICALP-v2-2010-Zetzsche #on the #random
On Erasing Productions in Random Context Grammars (GZ), pp. 175–186.
DLTDLT-2009-Zetzsche #matrix #petri net
Erasing in Petri Net Languages and Matrix Grammars (GZ), pp. 490–501.
LATALATA-2009-Gierasimczuk #learning #logic
Learning by Erasing in Dynamic Epistemic Logic (NG), pp. 362–373.
CHICHI-2009-AkersSJW #problem #undo #usability
Undo and erase events as indicators of usability problems (DA, MS, RJ, TW), pp. 659–668.
DLTDLT-2006-Krieger #fixpoint #morphism #on the
On Critical Exponents in Fixed Points of Non-erasing Morphisms (DK), pp. 280–291.
DRRDRR-2005-WalvoordEKH #recognition
Enhancement and character recognition of the erased colophon of a 15th-century Hebrewa prayer book (DJW, RLEJ, KTK, MH), pp. 157–166.
SOSPSOSP-1997-SavageABNS #concurrent #detection #multi #named #source code #thread
Eraser: A Dynamic Data Race Detector for Multi-Threaded Programs (SS, MB, GN, PS, TEA), pp. 27–37.
Contextual Grammars: Erasing, Determinism, One-Side Contexts (GP, GR, AS), pp. 370–388.
No 1A ESS Laboratory Support System — Erasable Flag Facility (DVB, JWS), pp. 279–286.
Renaming and Erasing in Szilard Languages (MH, MO), pp. 244–257.
Uniformly Erasable AFL (SCG, SG, JG), pp. 207–213.

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