BibSLEIGH corpus
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Open Knowledge
XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
email twitter
Used together with:
push (12)
base (9)
request (6)
menus (4)
develop (4)

Stem pull$ (all stems)

38 papers:

MSRMSR-2015-VeenGZ #automation
Automatically Prioritizing Pull Requests (EvdV, GG, AZ), pp. 357–361.
MSRMSR-2015-YuWFDV #evaluation #git #latency
Wait for It: Determinants of Pull Request Evaluation Latency on GitHub (YY, HW, VF, PTD, BV), pp. 367–371.
PLDIPLDI-2015-KoskinenP #transaction
The Push/Pull model of transactions (EK, MJP), pp. 186–195.
CHICHI-2015-HanrahanP #email #interactive
Lost in Email: Pulling Users Down a Path of Interaction (BVH, MAPQ), pp. 3981–3984.
SACSAC-2015-JuniorSPM #developer
Developers assignment for analyzing pull requests (MLdLJ, DMS, AP, LM), pp. 1567–1572.
SACSAC-2015-SoaresJMP #open source
Acceptance factors of pull requests in open-source projects (DMS, MLdLJ, LM, AP), pp. 1541–1546.
ICSEICSE-v1-2015-GousiosZSD #challenge #development #perspective
Work Practices and Challenges in Pull-Based Development: The Integrator’s Perspective (GG, AZ, MADS, AvD), pp. 358–368.
ICSMEICSME-2014-YuWYL #git #recommendation
Reviewer Recommender of Pull-Requests in GitHub (YY, HW, GY, CXL), pp. 609–612.
MSRMSR-2014-GousiosZ #dataset #development #research
A dataset for pull-based development research (GG, AZ), pp. 368–371.
MSRMSR-2014-RahmanR #git
An insight into the pull requests of GitHub (MMR, CKR), pp. 364–367.
CIKMCIKM-2014-BottcherLZ #equivalence #query
Pulling Conjunctive Query Equivalence out of the Bag (SB, SL, LZ), pp. 41–50.
ICSEICSE-2014-GousiosPD #case study #development
An exploratory study of the pull-based software development model (GG, MP, AvD), pp. 345–355.
ISMMISMM-2014-RatnakarN #analysis #constraints #graph #performance #points-to
Push-pull constraint graph for efficient points-to analysis (BR, RN), pp. 25–33.
HCIDHM-HB-2013-YangZF #simulation
Simulation of Pushing the Push-Pull Rod Action Based on Human Body Dynamics (ZY, YZ, SF), pp. 393–401.
HCIHCI-IMT-2013-YoshikawaMKST #using
A Remote Pointing Technique Using Pull-out (TY, YM, TK, BS, JT), pp. 416–426.
KDDKDD-2013-GaneshapillaiG #data-driven
A data-driven method for in-game decision making in MLB: when to pull a starting pitcher (GG, JVG), pp. 973–979.
CASECASE-2012-LiJJ #policy
A pull VPLs based release policy and dispatching rule for semiconductor wafer fabrication (YL, ZJ, WJ), pp. 396–400.
ICLPICLP-J-2011-Antoy #correctness #on the
On the correctness of pull-tabbing (SA), pp. 713–730.
Push-and-pull switching: window switching based on window overlapping (QX, GC), pp. 1335–1338.
ICALPICALP-v1-2009-DoerrFS #robust
Quasirandom Rumor Spreading: Expanders, Push vs. Pull, and Robustness (BD, TF, TS), pp. 366–377.
HCIHCI-AUII-2009-FanS #3d #navigation #user interface #using
Pull and Push: Proximity-Aware User Interface for Navigating in 3D Space Using a Handheld Camera (MF, YS), pp. 133–140.
CHICHI-2008-TanvirCIC #adaptation #named
AAMU: adaptive activation area menus for improving selection in cascading pull-down menus (ET, JC, PI, AC), pp. 1381–1384.
SACSAC-2008-KageyamaMS #architecture #email
A pull-based e-mail architecture (EK, CM, AOS), pp. 468–472.
HCIHCI-IPT-2007-Hinske #implementation #mobile
Pulling Digital Data from a Smart Object: Implementing the PullMe-Paradigm with a Mobile Phone (SH), pp. 306–310.
ICPRICPR-v4-2006-HeTS #locality
Iris Localization via Pulling and Pushing (ZH, TT, ZS), pp. 366–369.
CHICHI-2005-Ahlstrom #modelling #using
Modeling and improving selection in cascading pull-down menus using Fitts’ law, the steering law and force fields (DA), pp. 61–70.
ICEISICEIS-v4-2005-SannaVPM #communication #lightweight #mobile #protocol
Lightweight Client-Pull Protocol for Mobile Communication (SS, EDV, AP, CM), pp. 227–231.
SACSAC-2005-AdaikkalavanC #approach #named #security #web
SmartGate: a smart push-pull approach to support role-based security in web gateways (RA, SC), pp. 1727–1731.
VLDBVLDB-2004-ZhuR #consistency #data flow #probability #scalability
Stochastic Consistency, and Scalable Pull-Based Caching for Erratic Data Sources (SZ, CVR), pp. 192–203.
The Selective Pull-Up (SP) Noise Immunity Scheme for Dynamic Circuits (MRS, AP), p. 1106.
DATEDATE-2002-VandersteenWDV #evaluation #performance
High-Frequency Nonlinear Amplifier Model for the Efficient Evaluation of Inband Distortion Under Nonlinear Load-Pull Conditions (GV, PW, SD, FV), pp. 586–590.
HPCAHPCA-2000-BurnsG #layout #question #smt
Quantifying the SMT Layout Overhead — Does SMT Pull Its Weight? (JB, JLG), pp. 109–120.
LCTESLCTES-2000-LeeSJ #communication #multi
An Integrated Push/Pull Buffer Management Method in Multimedia Communication Environments (SL, HS, TJ), pp. 216–220.
SEKESEKE-1999-WieserHS #experience
Push of Pull: Two Cognitive Modes of Systematic Experience Transfer at DaimlerChrysler (EW, FH, KS), pp. 186–204.
Balancing Push and Pull for Data Broadcast (SA, MJF, SBZ), pp. 183–194.
SACSAC-1994-Li #equivalence #graph #on the
On the equivalence of pull-up transistor assignment in PLA folding and distribution graph (WNL), pp. 374–378.
CHICHI-1990-WalkerS #comparison
A comparison of selection time from walking and pull-down menus (NW, JBS), pp. 221–226.
Improving a PLA Area by Pull-Up Transistor Folding (CL, DG), pp. 608–614.

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