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Stem money$ (all stems)

28 papers:

Your Money’s No Good Here: The Elimination of Cash Payment on London Buses (GWP, JV, PO), pp. 907–916.
CSCWCSCW-2015-FerreiraPS #social
Spending Time with Money: From Shared Values to Social Connectivity (JF, MJP, SS), pp. 1222–1234.
ICEISICEIS-v1-2015-Giaglis #contract #named
Money-over-IP — From Bitcoin to Smart Contracts and M2M Money (GMG), p. V.
KDDKDD-2015-Dhar #question #trust
Should You Trust Your Money to a Robot? (VD), p. 1625.
SIGIRSIGIR-2015-DorandoAVKM #information retrieval
Finding Money in the Haystack: Information Retrieval at Bloomberg (JJD, KA, PV, GK, GM), p. 1075.
VLDBVLDB-2014-LuCLL #recommendation
Show Me the Money: Dynamic Recommendations for Revenue Maximization (WL, SC, KL, LVSL), pp. 1785–1796.
Money talks: tracking personal finances (JJK, MM, RG, DAS), pp. 521–530.
CHICHI-2014-Wohn #game studies #online #social
Spending real money: purchasing patterns of virtual goods in an online social game (DYW), pp. 3359–3368.
CHICHI-2014-XuYRFHB #analysis #exclamation
Show me the money!: an analysis of project updates during crowdfunding campaigns (AX, XY, HR, WTF, SWH, BPB), pp. 591–600.
HCIDUXU-ELAS-2014-WoldmariamGAG #design #mobile
Mobile Money System Design for Illiterate Users in Rural Ethiopia (MFW, GG, SA, TMG), pp. 482–491.
HCIHCI-UC-2013-Baguma #design #mobile #recommendation
Mobile Money Services in Uganda: Design Gaps and Recommendations (RB), pp. 249–258.
An Intelligent System for Reconstructing the Ripped-up Paper-Moneys (NHC, CEP, MCH), pp. 395–400.
STOCSTOC-2012-AaronsonC #quantum
Quantum money from hidden subspaces (SA, PC), pp. 41–60.
CHICHI-2009-MedhiGT #comparison #mobile
A comparison of mobile money-transfer UIs for non-literate and semi-literate users (IM, SNNG, KT), pp. 1741–1750.
HCIIDGD-2009-ChavanAKK #how #mobile #women
How Mobile Money Can Drive Financial Inclusion for Women at the Bottom of the Pyramid (BOP) in Indian Urban Centers (ALC, SA, AK, PK), pp. 475–484.
HCIIDGD-2009-Singh #design
Balancing Separateness and Jointness of Money in Relationships: The Design of Bank Accounts in Australia and India (SS), pp. 505–514.
STOCSTOC-2008-HartlineR #design
Optimal mechanism design and money burning (JDH, TR), pp. 75–84.
CHICHI-2008-MainwaringMM #design #exclamation
From meiwaku to tokushita!: lessons for digital money design from japan (SDM, WM, BM), pp. 21–24.
HCIHCI-AS-2007-Kilic #problem #user interface
“My Money in E-Purse” Searching Problems in Self Service User Interface (EK), pp. 58–66.
ICEISICEIS-EIS-2007-Custers #problem #profiling
Risk Profiling of Money Laundering and Terrorism Funding — Practical Problems of Current Information Strategies (BHMC), pp. 90–94.
KDDKDD-2007-ArchakGI #exclamation #mining #power of
Show me the money!: deriving the pricing power of product features by mining consumer reviews (NA, AG, PGI), pp. 56–65.
KDDKDD-2003-ZhangSY #data mining #mining
Applying data mining in investigating money laundering crimes (Z(Z, JJS, PSY), pp. 747–752.
Web-Based Money Investment Consultant (WG, TF, JBH), pp. 797–798.
KDDKDD-T-1999-GehrkeLR #classification
Classification and Regression: Money *can* Grow on Trees (JG, WYL, RR), pp. 1–73.
VLDBVLDB-1998-BlottKS #communication #how #question #what
Information, Communication, and Money: For What Can We Charge and How Can We Meter It? (SB, HFK, AS), p. 697.
SACSAC-1996-LeeHHC #case study #how #implementation #performance #problem #process #set
Efficient implementations of two variant subset sum problems: a case study of how to process appraisal books resulting from fire-destroyed money (PL, FYH, CYH, HTC), pp. 230–237.
ICALPICALP-1993-FranklinY #performance
Secure and Efficient Off-Line Digital Money (Extended Abstract) (MKF, MY), pp. 265–276.
ICLPNACLP-1989-KahnK #concurrent #logic programming
Money as a Concurrent Logic Program (KMK, WAK), pp. 513–535.

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