BibSLEIGH corpus
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there (5)
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do (4)
still (3)

Stem here$ (all stems)

26 papers:

Demonstrating “Data Near Here”: Scientific Data Search (VMM, DM), pp. 1075–1080.
Your Money’s No Good Here: The Elimination of Cash Payment on London Buses (GWP, JV, PO), pp. 907–916.
CHICHI-2015-SamsonovTSKH #towards
You Can’t Smoke Here: Towards Support for Space Usage Rules in Location-aware Technologies (PAS, XT, JS, WK, BH), pp. 971–974.
CHICHI-2015-ZhangAK #how #question #what #why
Mailing Lists: Why Are They Still Here, What’s Wrong With Them, and How Can We Fix Them? (AXZ, MSA, DRK), pp. 4009–4018.
CHICHI-2014-BreretonRSH #design #research
Beyond ethnography: engagement and reciprocity as foundations for design research out here (MB, PR, RS, ALH), pp. 1183–1186.
SMTSMT-2014-Barrett #named #question #smt
SMT: Where do we go from here? (CB), p. 1.
CHICHI-2013-BirnholtzSP #case study #collaboration #exclamation #maintenance
Write here, write now!: an experimental study of group maintenance in collaborative writing (JPB, SBS, AP), pp. 961–970.
SIGIRSIGIR-2013-WestWH #predict #process #query
Here and there: goals, activities, and predictions about location from geotagged queries (RW, RWW, EH), pp. 817–820.
ASEASE-2012-WangD0ZLM #question
Can I clone this piece of code here? (XW, YD, LZ, DZ, EL, HM), pp. 170–179.
FMFM-2012-Wassyng #question #what
Who Are We, and What Are We Doing Here? (AW), pp. 7–9.
CSCWCSCW-2012-NackeMGM #game studies #online #quote #social
“I’m just here to play games”: social dynamics and sociality in an online game site (LN, GM, CG, RLM), pp. 549–558.
SACSAC-2012-Zaytsev #bnf #what
BNF was here: what have we done about the unnecessary diversity of notation for syntactic definitions (VZ), pp. 1910–1915.
CHICHI-2010-LiNLDC #process #reuse #web #what
Here’s what i did: sharing and reusing web activity with ActionShot (IL, JN, TAL, CD, AC), pp. 723–732.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2009-DeePBP #case study #experience #why #women
Why are we still here?: experiences of successful women in computing (HMD, KEP, RDB, RP), pp. 233–237.
Here or There (BC, PNB, DMC, STD), pp. 16–27.
ICLPICLP-2008-Fink #logic #programming
Equivalences in Answer-Set Programming by Countermodels in the Logic of Here-and-There (MF), pp. 99–113.
ICLPICLP-2008-Schaub #exclamation #programming #set
Here’s the Beef: Answer Set Programming ! (TS), pp. 93–98.
DACDAC-2007-Levitan #graph #random
You Can Get There From Here: Connectivity of Random Graphs on Grids (SPL), pp. 272–273.
CHICHI-2006-DrennerHFRT #web
Insert movie reference here: a system to bridge conversation and item-oriented web sites (SD, FMH, DF, JR, LGT), pp. 951–954.
CHICHI-2004-HuangRS #interactive #scalability
IM here: public instant messaging on large, shared displays for workgroup interactions (EMH, DMR, AES), pp. 279–286.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2003-MoormanJ #student #towards
Still a stranger here: attitudes among secondary school students towards computer science (PM, EJ), pp. 193–197.
CSCWCSCW-1996-Bazzigaluppi #question #what
Groupware at Work: It’s Here Now, But Do We Know What It Is Yet? (GB), pp. 438–440.
From Here to Human-Level AI (JM0), pp. 640–646.
Orienteering in an information landscape: how information seekers get from here to there (VLO, RJ), pp. 438–445.
Who’s in Charge here? Cooperative Work and Authority Negotiation in Police Helicopter Missions (CL), pp. 52–64.
SIGIRSIGIR-1980-Montgomery #question
Where Do We Go From Here? (CAM), pp. 370–385.

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