BibSLEIGH corpus
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Open Knowledge
XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
email twitter
Used together with:
softwar (2)
design (2)
free (2)
aft (1)
implement (1)

Stem golden$ (all stems)

8 papers:

DACDAC-2014-LiuHM #detection #hardware #statistics
Hardware Trojan Detection through Golden Chip-Free Statistical Side-Channel Fingerprinting (YL, KH, YM), p. 6.
DATEDATE-2014-HanKNV #learning
A deep learning methodology to proliferate golden signoff timing (SSH, ABK, SN, ASV), pp. 1–6.
SACSAC-2014-ParkH #analysis #network #performance
Performance analysis of the golden-SM in the V2V network (MCP, DSH), pp. 1739–1740.
FSEFSE-2010-BanerjeeRHL #debugging #implementation
Golden implementation driven software debugging (AB, AR, JAH, ZL), pp. 177–186.
KDDKDD-2003-AliK #clustering #divide and conquer #using #web
Golden Path Analyzer: using divide-and-conquer to cluster Web clickstreams (KA, SPK), pp. 349–358.
HTHT-1998-NanardNK #design pattern #hypermedia #reuse
Pushing Reuse in Hypermedia Design: Golden Rules, Design Patterns and Constructive Templates (MN, JN, PK), pp. 11–20.
CSEETCSEE-1994-Modesitt #re-engineering
When the Golden Arches Gang Aft Agley: Incorporating Software Engineering into Computer Science (KLM), pp. 35–61.
CAVCAV-1991-Huttel #branch #decidability #process #similarity
Silence is Golden: Branching Bisimilarity is Decidable for Context-Free Processes (HH), pp. 2–12.

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