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:
model (3)
data (2)
inform (2)
base (2)
onc (2)

Stem everywher$ (all stems)

17 papers:

ICSMEICSME-2015-CianiMML #named #repository #visualisation
UrbanIt: Visualizing repositories everywhere (AC, RM, AM, ML), pp. 324–326.
CSCWCSCW-2015-Tufekci #algorithm
Algorithms in our Midst: Information, Power and Choice when Software is Everywhere (ZT), p. 1918.
CHICHI-2014-WinklerLDKR #interactive #mobile #multi #named
SurfacePhone: a mobile projection device for single- and multiuser everywhere tabletop interaction (CW, ML, DD, AK, ER), pp. 3513–3522.
HCIDUXU-TMT-2014-FigueiredoNATT #3d #experience
Fishtank Everywhere: Improving Viewing Experience over 3D Content (LSF, EVN, EA, JMXNT, VT), pp. 560–571.
POPLPOPL-2014-CoughlinC #analysis #composition #invariant
Fissile type analysis: modular checking of almost everywhere invariants (DC, BYEC), pp. 73–86.
ICSEICSE-2013-LemmaLO #modelling #named
CEL: modeling everywhere (RL, ML, FO), pp. 1323–1326.
VMCAIVMCAI-2013-Ranzato #abstraction
Complete Abstractions Everywhere (FR), pp. 15–26.
SACSAC-2012-GuccioneCAMM #clustering #network
Trend cluster based interpolation everywhere in a sensor network (PG, AC, AA, DM, AM), pp. 827–828.
ICMTICMT-2011-CuadradoGL #model transformation #reuse
Generic Model Transformations: Write Once, Reuse Everywhere (JSC, EG, JdL), pp. 62–77.
Vapor SIMD: Auto-vectorize once, run everywhere (DN, SD, ER, IR, KW, DY, AC, AZ), pp. 151–160.
HPDCHPDC-2011-Feng #energy
Energy-efficient E-puting everywhere (WcF), pp. 109–110.
HTHT-2010-KondoTU #exclamation #web
Search your interests everywhere!: wikipedia-based keyphrase extraction from web browsing history (MK, AT, TU), pp. 295–296.
LCTESLCTES-2007-BouchezDR #complexity #on the
On the complexity of spill everywhere under SSA form (FB, AD, FR), pp. 103–112.
VLDBVLDB-2002-ImielinskiB #matter
Wireless Graffiti — Data, Data Everywhere Matters (TI, BRB), pp. 9–19.
TOOLSTOOLS-USA-2001-Bezivin #modelling
Models Everywhere (JB), pp. 348–349.
Personal Information Everywhere (PIE) (BC, BC, AJW), pp. 252–253.
VLDBVLDB-1997-SellisRF #data access #multi
Multidimensional Access Methods: Trees Have Grown Everywhere (TKS, NR, CF), pp. 13–14.

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