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Stem hope$ (all stems)

13 papers:

DATEDATE-2014-ShiC #named
Memcomputing: The cape of good hope: [Extended special session description] (YS, HMC), pp. 1–3.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2014-ObsivacBB #performance #privacy #student
Do Desperate Students Trade Their Privacy for a Hope? — An Evidence of the Privacy Settings Influence on the User Performance (TO, HB, MB), pp. 156–161.
ICSEICSE-2014-DIppolitoBKMSU #adaptation #multi
Hope for the best, prepare for the worst: multi-tier control for adaptive systems (ND, VAB, JK, JM, DS, SU), pp. 688–699.
CSCWCSCW-2012-SarcevicPWSBA #coordination #distributed #learning
“Beacons of hope” in decentralized coordination: learning from on-the-ground medical twitterers during the 2010 Haiti earthquake (AS, LP, JW, KS, MB, KMA), pp. 47–56.
ESOPESOP-2010-LindleyW #database
The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the Database Dream (SL, PW), p. 1.
Faith, hope, and love: an essay on software science’s neglect of human factors (SH), pp. 933–946.
HCIHCI-AS-2007-ZhangZCMM #automation #named
HOPE: Extensible System for Automatic & Periodic Diagnosis of Offshore Software Project (XZ, LZ, MC, SM, RM), pp. 807–815.
DATEDATE-2006-LambretteH #industrial #mobile #named
SoC: fuelling the hopes of the mobile industry (UL, BAH), p. 727.
CADECADE-1996-Scott #automation #deduction #what
What Can We Hope to Achieve From Automated Deduction? (Abstract) (DSS), p. 245.
HPDCHPDC-1995-CowanLB #performance #programming
Performance Benefits of Optimistic Programming: A Measure of HOPE (CC, HL, MAB), pp. 197–204.
DACDAC-1992-LeeH #fault #named #parallel #performance
HOPE: An Efficient Parallel Fault Simulator for Synchronous Sequential Circuits (HKL, DSH), pp. 336–340.
FMVDME-1987-Lucas #named
VDM: Origins, Hopes, and Achievements (PL), pp. 1–18.
LISPLISP-1980-BurstallMS #named
HOPE: An Experimental Applicative Language (RMB, DBM, DS), pp. 136–143.

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