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Used together with:
effect (3)
interact (2)
identifi (2)
mine (2)
use (2)

Stem lag$ (all stems)

11 papers:

SEKESEKE-2015-Tasse #analysis #identification #metric #using
Using peak analysis for identifying lagged effects between software metrics (JT), pp. 512–515.
CSCWCSCW-2013-YamashitaEIH #collaboration #how #multi
Lost in transmittance: how transmission lag enhances and deteriorates multilingual collaboration (NY, AE, TI, AMJH), pp. 923–934.
KDDKDD-2012-TangLS #dependence
Discovering lag intervals for temporal dependencies (LT, TL, LS), pp. 633–641.
CASECASE-2011-ZanasiC #design #visual notation
Direct method for digital lead-lag design: analytical and graphical solutions (RZ, SC), pp. 804–809.
CSCWCSCW-2008-StuckelG #distributed #interactive
The effects of local lag on tightly-coupled interaction in distributed groupware (DS, CG), pp. 447–456.
ICMLICML-2008-HyvarinenSH #modelling
Causal modelling combining instantaneous and lagged effects: an identifiable model based on non-Gaussianity (AH, SS, POH), pp. 424–431.
SIGMODSIGMOD-2005-SakuraiPF #correlation #mining #named
BRAID: Stream Mining through Group Lag Correlations (YS, SP, CF), pp. 599–610.
KDDKDD-2002-LiangK #mining #network
Mining heterogeneous gene expression data with time lagged recurrent neural networks (YL, AK), pp. 415–421.
HCIHCI-SEC-1997-So #bibliography #image #industrial #predict
Lag Compensation by Image Deflection and Prediction: A Review on the Potential Benefits to Virtual Training Applications for Manufacturing Industry (RHYS), pp. 997–1000.
ICFPICFP-1996-RojemoR #compilation #profiling #revisited
Lag, Drag, Void and Use — Heap Profiling and Space-Efficient Compilation Revisited (NR, CR), pp. 34–41.
CHIINTERCHI-1993-MacKenzieW #interactive #performance
Lag as a determinant of human performance in interactive systems (ISM, CW), pp. 488–493.

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