BibSLEIGH corpus
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Open Knowledge
XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
email twitter
Used together with:
model (4)
program (3)
interact (2)
process (2)
design (2)

Stem excit$ (all stems)

12 papers:

KDDKDD-2015-ZhaoEHRL #named #predict #process #self #twitter
SEISMIC: A Self-Exciting Point Process Model for Predicting Tweet Popularity (QZ, MAE, HYH, AR, JL), pp. 1513–1522.
Proposal for a New Entertainment System That Connects Real Life and Net Excitement (KH, KO), pp. 604–613.
HCISCSM-2014-PlikynasRR #interactive #modelling #social
Modelling of Excitation Propagation for Social Interactions (DP, AR, SR), pp. 242–252.
ICMLICML-c2-2013-YangZ #process
Mixture of Mutually Exciting Processes for Viral Diffusion (SHY, HZ), pp. 1–9.
ICSEICSE-2011-Dresselhaus #design #roadmap
Exciting new trends in design thinking (BD), p. 622.
DATEDATE-2007-LataireVP #design #interactive #multi #optimisation #using
Interactive presentation: Optimizing analog filter designs for minimum nonlinear distortions using multisine excitations (JL, GV, RP), pp. 267–272.
Actions of an External Electrical Shock on Human Atrial Excitation — A Computer Model Study (JL, AVH, HZ), pp. 659–667.
Mechanism of Bifurcation-Dependent Coherence Resonance of Excitable Neuron Model (GJZ, JW, JXX, XBW, HY), pp. 757–766.
DATEDATE-v2-2004-DworakCWM #detection #fault
Balanced Excitation and Its Effect on the Fortuitous Detection of Dynamic Defects (JD, BC, JW, MRM), pp. 1066–1071.
CIKMCIKM-2000-SpinkMS #elicitation #query #web
Elicitations Queries to the Excite Web Search Engine (AS, SM, MS), pp. 134–140.
ECOOPECOOP-1999-Black #object-oriented #programming
Object-Oriented Programming: Regaining the Excitement (APB), pp. 519–528.
ITiCSEITiCSE-1998-Johansson #approach #programming #student
Programming by example (poster): an instructional approach allowing introductory students to quickly grasp the power and excitement of programming (PGJ), p. 284.

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