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Used together with:
time (7)
setup (3)
texa (3)
graph (2)
sampl (2)

Stem hold$ (all stems)

24 papers:

DACDAC-2014-WuWNBP #on the
On Timing Closure: Buffer Insertion for Hold-Violation Removal (PCW, MDFW, IN, SB, VP), p. 6.
KDDKDD-2014-AhmedDNK #framework #graph
Graph sample and hold: a framework for big-graph analytics (NKA, NGD, JN, RRK), pp. 1446–1455.
Strong ETH holds for regular resolution (CB, RI), pp. 487–494.
CSCWCSCW-2012-CheungH #game studies #lessons learnt
Remix and play: lessons from rule variants in texas hold’em and halo 2 (GC, JH), pp. 559–568.
CHICHI-2011-DijkstraPV #flexibility #performance
Evaluating effects of structural holds on pointing and dragging performance with flexible displays (RD, CP, RV), pp. 1293–1302.
ICEISICEIS-J-2011-SchwindF #automation
Automating Texas Hold’em Poker with PLICAS (MS, CF), pp. 193–207.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2011-FriedrichS #named
PLICAS — A Texas Hold’em Poker Bot (CF, MS), pp. 63–72.
CHICHI-2010-OzencKZOM #design #how
How to support designers in getting hold of the immaterial material of software (FKO, MK, JZ, SO, BAM), pp. 2513–2522.
CSCWCSCW-2010-BardramH #case study #coordination #why
Why the plan doesn’t hold: a study of situated planning, articulation and coordination work in a surgical ward (JEB, TRH), pp. 331–340.
DACDAC-2008-KurimotoSAYOTS #detection #fault #optimisation #scalability
Phase-adjustable error detection flip-flops with 2-stage hold driven optimization and slack based grouping scheme for dynamic voltage scaling (MK, HS, RA, TY, HO, HT, HS), pp. 884–889.
DACDAC-2007-SrivastavaR #equation
Interdependent Latch Setup/Hold Time Characterization via Euler-Newton Curve Tracing on State-Transition Equations (SS, JSR), pp. 136–141.
DATEDATE-2007-SinanogluS #modelling
Diagnosis, modeling and tolerance of scan chain hold-time violations (OS, PS), pp. 516–521.
DATEDATE-2007-SrivastavaR #agile
Rapid and accurate latch characterization via direct Newton solution of setup/hold times (SS, JSR), pp. 1006–1011.
DACDAC-2006-GhoshMKR #power management #reduction #self
Self-calibration technique for reduction of hold failures in low-power nano-scaled SRAM (SG, SM, KK, KR), pp. 971–976.
DACDAC-2006-LinZ #algorithm #constraints #performance
An efficient retiming algorithm under setup and hold constraints (CL, HZ), pp. 945–950.
DACDAC-2006-MajumdarCG #analysis #validation
Hold time validation on silicon and the relevance of hazards in timing analysis (AM, WYC, JG), pp. 326–331.
To have and to hold: exploring the personal archive (JK, JV, SA, AD, SD, LO, IR, TP), pp. 275–284.
DACDAC-2005-Vasudevan #simulation
Simulation of the effects of timing jitter in track-and-hold and sample-and-hold circuits (VV), pp. 397–402.
FATESFATES-2003-SenG #on the
On Checking Whether a Predicate Definitely Holds (AS, VKG), pp. 15–29.
STOCSTOC-1999-ChenKLW #bound
Optimal Buy-and-Hold Strategies for Financial Markets with Bounded Daily Returns (GHC, MYK, YDL, HKW), pp. 119–128.
CHICHI-1998-HarrisonFGMW #exclamation #user interface
Squeeze Me, Hold Me, Tilt Me! An Exploration of Manipulative User Interfaces (BLH, KPF, AG, CM, RW), pp. 17–24.
SIGMODSIGMOD-1993-CareyHL #challenge #tuple
Tapes Hold Data, Too: Challenges of Tuples on Tertiary Store (MJC, LMH, ML), pp. 413–417.
DACDAC-1992-BhattacharyaAA #fault #generative #testing #using
Delay Fault Test Generation for Scan/Hold Circuits Using Boolean Expressions (DB, PA, VDA), pp. 159–164.
HTHT-1991-MarshallHRJ #hypermedia #named
Aquanet: A Hypertext Tool to Hold Your Knowledge in Place (CCM, FGH, RAR, WCJJ), pp. 261–275.

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