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fun (5)
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energi (5)

Stem profit$ (all stems)

39 papers:

SACSAC-2015-Fournier-VigerZ #mining #named #performance
FOSHU: faster on-shelf high utility itemset mining — with or without negative unit profit (PFV, SZ), pp. 857–864.
CASECASE-2014-BrundageCLAX #energy
Utilizing energy opportunity windows and energy profit bottlenecks to reduce energy consumption per part for a serial production line (MPB, QC, YL, JA, GX), pp. 461–466.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2014-ZhengLLZX #e-commerce #framework #game studies
e-Commerce Game Model — Balancing Platform Service Charges with Vendor Profitability (JZ, DLL, WL, ZKZ, HX), pp. 613–619.
KDDKDD-2014-GolshanLT #clustering
Profit-maximizing cluster hires (BG, TL, ET), pp. 1196–1205.
OSDIOSDI-2014-ZhengTHQLYZS #database
Torturing Databases for Fun and Profit (MZ, JT, DH, FQ, ML, ESY, BWZ, SS), pp. 449–464.
CASECASE-2013-BentahaBD #composition #probability
A decomposition method for stochastic partial disassembly line balancing with profit maximization (MLB, OB, AD), pp. 404–409.
DACDAC-2013-TsengGS #power management
Underpowering NAND flash: profits and perils (HWT, LMG, SS), p. 6.
DATEDATE-2013-ZhaoOX #process #synthesis
Profit maximization through process variation aware high level synthesis with speed binning (MZ, AO, CJX), pp. 176–181.
KDIRKDIR-KMIS-2013-MeiselBI #mining #query
Mining the Long Tail of Search Queries — Finding Profitable Patterns (MM, MB, AI), pp. 225–229.
RecSysRecSys-2013-AzariaHKEWN #recommendation
Movie recommender system for profit maximization (AA, AH, SK, AE, OW, IN), pp. 121–128.
ICPCICPC-2012-DeLine #developer
Studying developers for fun and profit: (Keynote abstract) (RD), p. 11.
ICALPICALP-v2-2012-Elbassioni #graph
A QPTAS for ε-Envy-Free Profit-Maximizing Pricing on Line Graphs (KME), pp. 513–524.
ICEISICEIS-v1-2012-DomagalaWLS #energy #hybrid
A Hybrid Solver for Maximizing the Profit of an Energy Company (LD, TW, WL, MS), pp. 278–283.
KDDKDD-2012-0002L #named #recommendation
RecMax: exploiting recommender systems for fun and profit (AG, LVSL), pp. 1294–1302.
An update on the use of community-based non-profit organizations in capstone projects (DKL, RCF, PML), p. 372.
ICEISICEIS-v4-2011-LiuZZ #web
Profit Point of Web 2.0 (JL, ZZ, JZ), pp. 132–136.
ICEISICEIS-v4-2011-SunL #analysis #industrial
Brief Analysis on Profits Allocation of IOT Industry Chain (QS, XL), pp. 165–169.
Simultaneously improving CSAT and profit in a retail banking organization (SM, UN, VSB, SN, PD, GRP), pp. 2505–2508.
KDIRKDIR-2011-HsiehY #case study #mining
A Study of Profit Mining (YLH, DLY), pp. 510–514.
SACSAC-2011-LiuQR #online #realtime #scheduling
On-line scheduling of real-time services with profit and penalty (SL, GQ, SR), pp. 1476–1481.
ICSEICSE-2011-RamasubbuCBH #analysis #configuration management #multi #quality
Configuring global software teams: a multi-company analysis of project productivity, quality, and profits (NR, MC, RKB, JDH), pp. 261–270.
HPDCHPDC-2011-ChenWZSLZ #in the cloud #trade-off
Tradeoffs Between Profit and Customer Satisfaction for Service Provisioning in the Cloud (JC, CW, BBZ, LS, YCL, AYZ), pp. 229–238.
CASECASE-2010-DahaneR #integration #process
Integration of subcontracting activity in a production planning for randomly failing manufacturing system: Feasibility and profitability conditions (MD, NR), pp. 100–105.
SACSAC-2010-LvLLC #multi #on-demand #realtime #scheduling
Profit-based on-demand broadcast scheduling of real-time multi-item requests (JL, VCSL, ML, EC), pp. 580–584.
SACSAC-2010-YuRCW #execution #scheduling
Profit and penalty aware (PP-aware) scheduling for tasks with variable task execution time (YY, SR, NC, XW), pp. 334–339.
E-matching for Fun and Profit (MM, JL, JRK), pp. 19–35.
VLDBVLDB-2007-LiTJE #on the
On Dominating Your Neighborhood Profitably (CL, AKHT, WJ, ME), pp. 818–829.
PADLPADL-2007-Hughes #quickcheck #testing
QuickCheck Testing for Fun and Profit (JH), pp. 1–32.
Optimal advertisement-innovation mix for maximizing the discounted flow of profit (PS, NRSR), pp. 562–567.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2006-LeidigFL #information management
The use of community-based non-profit organizations in information systems capstone projects (PML, RCF, JL), pp. 148–152.
KDDKDD-2006-LingSBM #development #mining
Maximum profit mining and its application in software development (CXL, VSS, TFWB, NHM), pp. 929–934.
CGOCGO-2005-ZhaoCS #approach #framework #modelling #optimisation
Model-Based Framework: An Approach for Profit-Driven Optimization (MZ, BRC, MLS), pp. 317–327.
ICEISICEIS-v3-2004-ThamF #enterprise #information management #requirements #specification
Determining Requirements and Specifications of Enterprise Information Systems for Profitability (KDT, MSF), pp. 309–316.
SACSAC-2004-ChenKY #constraints #energy #scheduling
Profit-driven uniprocessor scheduling with energy and timing constraints (JJC, TWK, CLY), pp. 834–840.
KDDKDD-2002-WangS #ranking
Item selection by “hub-authority” profit ranking (KW, MYTS), pp. 652–657.
Profit-earning facility location (AM), pp. 30–36.
TOOLSTOOLS-EUROPE-2001-Gomez-AlbarranGF #documentation #framework #reasoning
Profiting from Case-Based Reasoning in Framework Documentation (MGA, PAGC, CFC), pp. 111–122.
PEPMPEPM-1994-DeanCG #identification #object-oriented
Identifying Profitable Specialization in Object-Oriented Languages (JD, CC, DG), pp. 85–96.
PPDPPLILP-1991-Paakki #attribute grammar #logic programming #named
PROFIT: A System Integrating Logic Programming and Attribute Grammars (JP), pp. 243–254.

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