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:
up (9)
twitter (9)
base (8)
use (6)
model (5)

Stem follow$ (all stems)

73 papers:

CASECASE-2015-Michalek #bound #standard
Motion control with minimization of a boundary off-track for non-Standard N-trailers along forward-followed paths (MMM), pp. 1564–1569.
HTHT-2015-KumarDCC #detection #social #social media
Detecting Changes in Suicide Content Manifested in Social Media Following Celebrity Suicides (MK, MD, GC, MDC), pp. 85–94.
CHICHI-2015-CaramiauxAPT #design #interactive
Form Follows Sound: Designing Interactions from Sonic Memories (BC, AA, SGP, AT), pp. 3943–3952.
Do I Need To Follow You?: Examining the Utility of The Pinterest Follow Mechanism (BG, AJ), pp. 1751–1762.
ICMLICML-2015-CohenH #learning #online
Following the Perturbed Leader for Online Structured Learning (AC, TH), pp. 1034–1042.
SACSAC-2015-TakemuraTT #classification #twitter
Classification of Twitter follow links based on the followers’ intention (HT, AT, KT), pp. 1174–1180.
CASECASE-2014-HuangJXGX #energy #nondeterminism #probability #scheduling
EV charging load scheduling following uncertain renewable energy supply by stochastic matching (QH, QSJ, LX, XG, XX), pp. 137–142.
HTHT-2014-AbbasiZTL #network #social
Am i more similar to my followers or followees?: analyzing homophily effect in directed social networks (MAA, RZ, JT, HL), pp. 200–205.
HTHT-2014-GarimellaW #twitter
Co-following on twitter (VRKG, IW), pp. 249–254.
HTHT-2014-TanakaTT #classification #twitter #why
Why you follow: a classification scheme for twitter follow links (AT, HT, KT), pp. 324–326.
SANERCSMR-WCRE-2014-PerscheidFH #debugging #execution
Follow the path: Debugging state anomalies along execution histories (MP, TF, RH), pp. 124–133.
SANERCSMR-WCRE-2014-PerscheidH #debugging #fault #navigation #testing #tool support
Follow the path: Debugging tools for test-driven fault navigation (MP, RH), pp. 446–449.
AFLAFL-2014-MignotSZ14a #automaton #equation
$k$-Position, Follow, Equation and $k$-C-Continuation Tree Automata Constructions (LM, NOS, DZ), pp. 327–341.
A Model of Web-Based Follow-Up to Reduce Assistive Technology Abandonment (SF, MLM, SAR, WD, GL, SB, FM), pp. 674–682.
ICMLICML-c2-2014-JawanpuriaVN #feature model #kernel #learning #multi #on the
On p-norm Path Following in Multiple Kernel Learning for Non-linear Feature Selection (PJ, MV, JSN), pp. 118–126.
ICPRICPR-2014-YoonYYK #realtime #visual notation
Real-Time Visual Target Tracking in RGB-D Data for Person-Following Robots (YY, WhY, HSY, JK), pp. 2227–2232.
KDDKDD-2014-BarbieriBM #predict #why
Who to follow and why: link prediction with explanations (NB, FB, GM), pp. 1266–1275.
KDDKDD-2014-ChiaS #mining #predict #scalability
Scalable noise mining in long-term electrocardiographic time-series to predict death following heart attacks (CCC, ZS), pp. 125–134.
KDDKDD-2014-SongZSS #behaviour #predict #scalability
Prediction of human emergency behavior and their mobility following large-scale disaster (XS, QZ, YS, RS), pp. 5–14.
SEKESEKE-2014-KrollRA #development #process
Proposing a Software Process Model for Follow the Sun Development (JK, IR, JLNA), pp. 412–415.
HTHT-2013-KumarMZL #identification
Whom should I follow?: identifying relevant users during crises (SK, FM, RZ, HL), pp. 139–147.
VLDBVLDB-2013-ChandramouliNZ #distributed
Supporting Distributed Feed-Following Apps over Edge Devices (BC, SN, WZ), pp. 1570–1581.
CSMRCSMR-2013-TothNFS #source code #using #version control
Using Version Control History to Follow the Changes of Source Code Elements (ZT, GN, RF, IS), pp. 319–322.
CHICHI-2013-HuttoYG #predict #twitter
A longitudinal study of follow predictors on twitter (CJH, SY, EG), pp. 821–830.
SEKESEKE-2013-KrollPACF #development
A Feasibility Study of Follow-the-Sun Software Development for GSD Projects (S) (JK, RP, JLNA, EC, JF), pp. 196–199.
SIGIRSIGIR-2013-LinSKC #modelling #recommendation #twitter
Addressing cold-start in app recommendation: latent user models constructed from twitter followers (JL, KS, MYK, TSC), pp. 283–292.
Kinship contextualization: utilizing the preceding and following structural elements (MAN, PA), pp. 837–840.
SACSAC-2013-PengWR #multi
Leader-follower formation control of multiple nonholonomic robots based on backstepping (ZP, GW, AR), pp. 211–216.
DATEDATE-2012-LiuTWY #simulation
A GPU-accelerated envelope-following method for switching power converter simulation (XL, SXDT, HW, HY), pp. 1349–1354.
HTHT-2012-LimD #community #detection #twitter
Following the follower: detecting communities with common interests on twitter (KHL, AD), pp. 317–318.
VLDBVLDB-2012-TauheedHSMA #named #query
SCOUT: Prefetching for Latent Feature Following Queries (FT, TH, FS, HM, AA), pp. 1531–1542.
CIKMCIKM-2012-PennacchiottiSVV #twitter
Making your interests follow you on twitter (MP, FS, HV, RV), pp. 165–174.
KDDKDD-2012-BellalaMALB #power management
Following the electrons: methods for power management in commercial buildings (GB, MM, MFA, GL, CB), pp. 994–1002.
SEKESEKE-2012-KrollSPHGSAF #adaptation #development #empirical
Follow-the-Sun Software Development: A Controlled Experiment to Evaluate the Benefits of Adaptive and Prescriptive Approaches (JK, ARS, RP, ERH, RAG, AS, JLNA, PHLF), pp. 551–556.
CHICHI-2011-GolbeckH #twitter
Computing political preference among twitter followers (JG, DLH), pp. 1105–1108.
HCIHCI-UA-2011-Nesset #evaluation #visual notation
Following the Signs: Children’s Use of Visual Cues to Facilitate Website Evaluation (VN), pp. 599–606.
VISSOFTVISSOFT-2011-WalnyHDSC #development #diagrams #lifecycle #sketching
Follow that sketch: Lifecycles of diagrams and sketches in software development (JW, JH, MD, JS, MSTC), pp. 1–8.
CIKMCIKM-2011-HopcroftLT #predict
Who will follow you back?: reciprocal relationship prediction (JEH, TL, JT), pp. 1137–1146.
Optical Rails: View-Based Track Following with Hemispherical Environment Model and Orientation View Descriptors (DD, MZ, HF, RM), pp. 2752–2755.
ICPRICPR-2010-KocamazR #automation #refinement
Automatic Refinement of Foreground Regions for Robot Trail Following (MKK, CR), pp. 4077–4080.
RecSysRecSys-2010-HannonBS #collaboration #recommendation #twitter #using
Recommending twitter users to follow using content and collaborative filtering approaches (JH, MB, BS), pp. 199–206.
SACSAC-2009-GaoZL #algorithm #constraints #fuzzy #optimisation
A particle swarm optimization based algorithm for fuzzy bilevel decision making with constraints-shared followers (YG, GZ, JL), pp. 1075–1079.
ICMLICML-2008-KolterCNGD #learning #programming
Space-indexed dynamic programming: learning to follow trajectories (JZK, AC, AYN, YG, CD), pp. 488–495.
ICMLICML-2008-Rosset #kernel
Bi-level path following for cross validated solution of kernel quantile regression (SR), pp. 840–847.
CASECASE-2007-KimCAY #mobile #using
RFID-enabled Target Tracking and Following with a Mobile Robot Using Direction Finding Antennas (MK, NYC, HSA, WY), pp. 1014–1019.
Follow the reader: filtering comments on slashdot (CL, EWJ, PR), pp. 1253–1262.
Strategy follows technology (EvH), p. 1.
DACDAC-2006-MeiR #robust
A robust envelope following method applicable to both non-autonomous and oscillatory circuits (TM, JSR), pp. 1029–1034.
A fisheye follow-up: further reflections on focus + context (GWF), pp. 999–1008.
CSCWCSCW-2006-KoschmannLGF #problem
The mystery of the missing referent: objects, procedures, and the problem of the instruction follower (TK, CL, CG, PJF), pp. 373–382.
ICPRICPR-v4-2006-PratiSC #performance
Fast Dynamic Mosaicing and Person Following (AP, FS, RC), pp. 920–923.
ICALPICALP-2005-BeamePS #bound #communication #complexity #multi
Lower Bounds for Lovász-Schrijver Systems and Beyond Follow from Multiparty Communication Complexity (PB, TP, NS), pp. 1176–1188.
Pocket PC beacons: Wi-Fi based human tracking and following (AA, AF), pp. 970–974.
HTHT-2004-GamsR #navigation
Following your colleagues’ footprints: navigation support with trails in shared directories (EG, SR), pp. 89–90.
CIAACIAA-2004-ChamparnaudNZ #automaton
Computing the Follow Automaton of an Expression (JMC, FN, DZ), pp. 90–101.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2004-ValleP #communication
Decision Follow-Up Support Mechanism Based on Asynchronous Communication (CV, WP), pp. 423–429.
More than legible: on links that readers don’t want to follow (MB), pp. 216–217.
ICPRICPR-v2-2000-SuzukiHS #component #performance
Fast Connected-Component Labeling Based on Sequential Local Operations in the Course of Forward Raster Scan Followed by Backward Raster Scan (KS, IH, NS), pp. 2434–2437.
ICDARICDAR-1999-BishnuC #recursion #segmentation
Segmentation of Bangla Handwritten Text into Characters by Recursive Contour Following (AB, BBC), pp. 402–405.
HCIHCI-CCAD-1999-AttreeRB #artificial reality #assessment #memory management
Virtual reality in assessment and rehabilitation of impaired memory following brain damage (EAA, FDR, BMB), pp. 1100–1104.
ICPRICPR-1998-AdigaC #image #segmentation #using
Segmentation of volumetric histo-pathological images by surface following using constrained snakes (PSUA, BBC), pp. 1674–1676.
CHICHI-1997-Pirolli #modelling #scalability
Computational Models of Information Scent-Following in a Very Large Browsable Text Collection (PP), pp. 3–10.
HCIHCI-CC-1997-AarasHBRT #bibliography #multi #perspective
A Three Years Follow-up Multidisciplinary Ergonomic Interventions. Overview (AA, GH, HHB, OR, MT), pp. 631–634.
ICPRICPR-1996-HolderTM #mobile #navigation #using
Mobile robot navigation by wall following using a rotating ultrasonic scanner (MBH, MMT, SBM), pp. 298–302.
CHICHI-1995-MittalM #generative #interactive #natural language
Dynamic Generation of Follow Up Question Menus: Facilitating Interactive Natural Language Dialogues (VOM, JDM), pp. 90–97.
DACDAC-1994-PrasadAB #design #incremental #synthesis
A System for Incremental Synthesis to Gate-Level and Reoptimization Following RTL Design Changes (SCP, PA, PWB), pp. 441–446.
Mastering the Changes in Information Technology: A Follow-up Study of Insurance Tasks (PH, TL, TN, KA), pp. 703–708.
HCIHCI-ACS-1993-LindstromLP #implementation
Follow-up of Job Demands and Strain Symptoms after Implementation of New VDT Applications in an Insurance Company (KL, TL, MP), pp. 1005–1010.
HCIHCI-ACS-1993-PuhakainenTL #aspect-oriented #health #implementation
Follow-up after Implementation of a New Data System and Health Aspects in an Insurance Company (MP, IT, KL), pp. 999–1004.
KRKR-1992-Lamarre #proving #theorem proving
A Promenade from Monotonicity to Non-Monotonicity Following a Theorem Prover (PL), pp. 572–580.
DACDAC-1990-PapachristouK #algorithm #linear #optimisation #scheduling
A Linear Program Driven Scheduling and Allocation Method Followed by an Interconnect Optimization Algorithm (CAP, HK), pp. 77–83.
Responding to “HUH?”: answering vaguely articulated follow-up questions (JDM), pp. 91–96.
SIGIRSIGIR-1982-Henrichs #information retrieval #question #what
The Growing Crisis of Traditional Information Retrieval Systems — What is to Follow? (NH), pp. 1–12.

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