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Stem littl$ (all stems)

33 papers:

CHICHI-2015-MejovaBW #personalisation
Bridges into the Unknown: Personalizing Connections to Little-known Countries (YM, JBH, IW), pp. 2633–2642.
CSCWCSCW-2015-MillerCT #exclamation #experience #quote #user interface
“I LOVE THIS SITE!” vs. “It’s a little girly”: Perceptions of and Initial User Experience with Pinterest (HJM, SC, LGT), pp. 1728–1740.
DATEDATE-2014-KimKGH #energy #performance
Utilization-aware load balancing for the energy efficient operation of the big.LITTLE processor (MK, KK, JRG, SH), pp. 1–4.
VISSOFTVISSOFT-2014-Noble #programming language
Livecoding the SynthKit: Little Bits as an Embodied Programming Language (JN), pp. 40–44.
SACSAC-2014-DouglasL #database #embedded #named #sql
LittleD: a SQL database for sensor nodes and embedded applications (GD, RL), pp. 827–832.
RERE-2013-Gorschek #requirements
A little rebellion now and then is a good thing: Views on the requirements engineering conference (TG), pp. 357–360.
HPCAHPCA-2013-ZhuR #energy #mobile #web
High-performance and energy-efficient mobile web browsing on big/little systems (YZ, VJR), pp. 13–24.
DACDAC-2012-Jeff #architecture #migration #multi
Big.LITTLE system architecture from ARM: saving power through heterogeneous multiprocessing and task context migration (BJ), pp. 1143–1146.
ECIRECIR-2012-DiriyeTB #interactive #process #query
A Little Interaction Can Go a Long Way: Enriching the Query Formulation Process (AD, AT, AB), pp. 531–534.
HTHT-2011-SimkoTB #game studies #network
Little search game: term network acquisition via a human computation game (JS, MT, MB), pp. 57–62.
Try a little history (JI), p. 332.
Extending Little Languages into Big Systems (GP), pp. 499–516.
CHICHI-2011-ChenNC #online #recommendation #social
Speak little and well: recommending conversations in online social streams (JC, RN, EHhC), pp. 217–226.
When a little knowledge isn’t a dangerous thing (JO, DBM, TC, AG), pp. 1667–1676.
Your and my little sprout (JWJ, KW), pp. 653–656.
CSCWCSCW-2011-PatilPK #navigation #privacy #question #social
With a little help from my friends: can social navigation inform interpersonal privacy preferences? (SP, XP, AK), pp. 391–394.
SEKESEKE-2010-WangPACC #analysis #automation #process
An Automatic Failure Mode and Effect Analysis Technique for Processes Defined in the Little-JIL Process Definition Language (DW, JP, GSA, LAC, BC), pp. 765–770.
CHICHI-2009-NelsonHPHSC #social
With a little help from my friends: examining the impact of social annotations in sensemaking tasks (LN, CH, PP, LH, DJS, EHC), pp. 1795–1798.
HCIHCI-NIMT-2009-SaitoS #exclamation #locality
Fly! Little Me: Localization of Body-Image within Reduced-Self (TS, MS), pp. 255–260.
HCIHCI-NT-2009-AdikariMC #agile #approach #design #requirements #usability
Little Design Up-Front: A Design Science Approach to Integrating Usability into Agile Requirements Engineering (SA, CM, JAC), pp. 549–558.
SACSAC-2006-NevesCFB #knowledge base
A new table interpretation methodology with little knowledge base: table interpretation methodology (LAPN, JMdC, JF, FB), pp. 847–852.
Use a little history (JI), p. 379.
FMFME-2002-Shankar #proving
Little Engines of Proof (NS), pp. 1–20.
LICSLICS-2002-Shankar #proving
Little Engines of Proof (NS), p. 3–?.
ASEASE-2000-WiseCLMOS #coordination #re-engineering #using
Using Little-JIL to Coordinate Agents in Software Engineering (AEW, AGC, BSL, EKM, LJO, SMSJ), pp. 155–164.
GPCEGCSE-2000-Veldhuizen #java
Just When You Thought Your Little Language Was Safe: “Expression Templates” in Java (TLV), pp. 188–202.
ICSEICSE-2000-CassLSMWO #interpreter #named #process
Little-JIL/Juliette: a process definition language and interpreter (AGC, BSL, SMSJ, EKM, AEW, LJO), pp. 754–757.
CAVCAV-2000-Pnueli #abstraction #composition #deduction #explosion #symmetry
Keynote Address: Abstraction, Composition, Symmetry, and a Little Deduction: The Remedies to State Explosion (AP), p. 1.
So Many WAM Variations, So Little Time (BD, PLN), pp. 1240–1254.
WPCWPC-1997-Sayyad-ShirabadLL #comprehension #towards
A Little Knowledge Can Go a Long Way Towards Program Understanding (JSS, TCL, SL), pp. 111–117.
SIGIRSIGIR-1997-RobertsonW #on the
On Relevance Weights with Little Relevance Information (SER, SW), pp. 16–24.
SIGIRSIGIR-1995-Riloff #classification #difference #word
Little Words Can Make a Big Difference for Text Classification (ER), pp. 130–136.
Little Theories (WMF, JDG, FJT), pp. 567–581.

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