### 15 papers:

- STOC-2013-ChonevOW #problem
- The orbit problem in higher dimensions (VC, JO, JW), pp. 941–950.
- DLT-2013-CurrieRS #sequence #word
- Extremal Words in the Shift Orbit Closure of a Morphic Sequence (JDC, NR, KS), pp. 143–154.
- ICML-2012-HartikainenSS #modelling #predict
- State-Space Inference for Non-Linear Latent Force Models with Application to Satellite Orbit Prediction (JH, MS, SS), p. 96.
- LATA-2011-CharlierDHS #finite
- Finite Orbits of Language Operations (EC, MD, TH, JS), pp. 204–215.
- CHI-2011-Hincapie-RamosTB #framework #named #volunteer
- GridOrbit: an infrastructure awareness system for increasing contribution in volunteer computing (JDHR, AT, JEB), pp. 1899–1908.
- CASE-2010-GibsonM #geometry #integration
- Geometric integration of impact during an orbital docking procedure (CG, TDM), pp. 928–932.
- CASE-2009-YuanZ #using
- Micro-mixing of highly viscous bio-samples using orbital shaking (LY, YFZ), pp. 579–584.
- ICML-2009-JohnsonCC #representation
- Orbit-product representation and correction of Gaussian belief propagation (JKJ, VYC, MC), pp. 473–480.
- ICPR-v1-2004-MiasnikovH #analysis #rank
- Regression Analysis and Automorphic Orbits in Free Groups of Rank 2 (ADM, RMH), pp. 180–183.
- STOC-2003-FriedlIMSS #quantum
- Hidden translation and orbit coset in quantum computing (KF, GI, FM, MS, PS), pp. 1–9.
- CHI-2001-TanRC #3d #navigation
- Exploring 3D navigation: combining speed-coupled flying with orbiting (DST, GGR, MC), pp. 418–425.
- ICPR-v2-2000-MatsakisW #classification
- Orbit and Sinus Classification Based on Force Histogram Computation (PM, LW), pp. 2451–2454.
- AdaEurope-1993-BurnsWBF #case study #design #implementation #realtime
- The Olympus Attitude and Orbital Control System: A Case Study in Hard Real-Time System Design and Implementation (AB, AJW, CMB, EF), pp. 19–35.
- Best-of-PLDI-1986-KranzKRHPA #compilation #named #optimisation
- Orbit: an optimizing compiler for scheme (with retrospective) (DAK, RK, JR, PH, JP, NA), pp. 175–191.
- STOC-1980-KannanL #decidability #problem
- The Orbit Problem is Decidable (RK, RJL), pp. 252–261.