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recommend (2)
stone (2)
softwar (2)
queri (2)

Stem kill$ (all stems)

9 papers:

SIGMODSIGMOD-2014-BinnigSZ #named #query
DoomDB: kill the query (CB, AS, EZ), pp. 913–916.
ICSEICSE-2014-WagstromD #development #scalability
Does latitude hurt while longitude kills? geographical and temporal separation in a large scale software development project (PW, SD), pp. 199–210.
Finding Shortest Paths on Terrains by Killing Two Birds with One Stone (MK, RCWW, BY, CSJ), pp. 73–84.
VLDBVLDB-2012-GiannikisAK #named #query
SharedDB: Killing One Thousand Queries With One Stone (GG, GA, DK), pp. 526–537.
RecSysRecSys-2010-GuyJAMNNS #industrial #perspective #recommendation
Will recommenders kill search?: recommender systems — an industry perspective (IG, AJ, PA, PM, PN, CN, HS), pp. 7–12.
DACDAC-2007-AgarwalL #manycore
The KILL Rule for Multicore (AA, ML), pp. 750–753.
ICSMEICSM-2006-LiuGSLZS #approach #generative #multi #testing
An Approach to Test Data Generation for Killing Multiple Mutants (MHL, YFG, JS, JHL, LZ, JS), pp. 113–122.
PLDIPLDI-2004-FlattF #abstraction
Kill-safe synchronization abstractions (MF, RBF), pp. 47–58.
ICSMEICSM-1998-Voas #component #off the shelf #question
Are COTS Products and Component Packaging Killing Software Malleability? (JMV), p. 156–?.

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