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54 papers:

DATEDATE-2015-MajumderLBP #analysis #architecture #manycore #probability
NoC-enabled multicore architectures for stochastic analysis of biomolecular reactions (TM, XL, PB, PP), pp. 1102–1107.
LATALATA-2015-DennunzioFMP #problem
Preimage Problems for Reaction Systems (AD, EF, LM, AEP), pp. 537–548.
CHICHI-2015-WarshawMWKBS #algorithm #comprehension #people
Can an Algorithm Know the “Real You”?: Understanding People’s Reactions to Hyper-personal Analytics Systems (JW, TM, SW, CK, MNB, BAS), pp. 797–806.
KDDKDD-2015-FeldmanNPR #mining #online #predict
Utilizing Text Mining on Online Medical Forums to Predict Label Change due to Adverse Drug Reactions (RF, ON, AP, BR), pp. 1779–1788.
CAVCAV-2015-AbateBCK #adaptation #analysis #markov #network
Adaptive Aggregation of Markov Chains: Quantitative Analysis of Chemical Reaction Networks (AA, LB, MC, MZK), pp. 195–213.
Influences of lug motion on lug-soil reaction forces in sandy soil (RY, YY, YS, SM), pp. 176–181.
LATALATA-2014-DennunzioFM #combinator
Extremal Combinatorics of Reaction Systems (AD, EF, LM), pp. 297–307.
In-your-face, yet unseen?: improving head-stabilized warnings to reduce reaction time (FL, AB), pp. 3201–3204.
CSCWCSCW-2014-CastilloEPS #lifecycle #online #social #social media #using
Characterizing the life cycle of online news stories using social media reactions (CC, MEH, JP, MS), pp. 211–223.
HCIHCI-AIMT-2014-HottaHOK #detection #estimation #fault #multi
Detecting Address Estimation Errors from Users’ Reactions in Multi-user Agent Conversation (RH, HHH, SO, KK), pp. 245–253.
HCIHCI-AS-2014-PortouliP #adaptation #multi
Adaptive Warning Strategies from Multiple Systems: A Simulator Study with Drivers with Different Reaction Times (EP, VP), pp. 485–493.
KDDKDD-2014-TsytsarauPC #social #social media
Dynamics of news events and social media reaction (MT, TP, MC), pp. 901–910.
PADLPADL-2014-LakinP #compilation #functional #programming language #using
Compiling DNA Strand Displacement Reactions Using a Functional Programming Language (MRL, AP), pp. 81–86.
SACSAC-2014-AngelisFS #composition #self
Self-composition of services with chemical reactions (FDA, JLFM, GDMS), pp. 1355–1356.
CHICHI-2013-VinesTCBWO #human-computer #online #research
HCI in the press: online public reactions to mass media portrayals of HCI research (JV, AT, RC, MB, PCW, PO), pp. 1873–1882.
HCIHCI-III-2013-NaganoHT #interactive
Developing Sophisticated Robot Reactions by Long-Term Human Interaction (HN, MH, MT), pp. 319–328.
ECIRECIR-2013-YatesG #detection #named #social #social media
ADRTrace: Detecting Expected and Unexpected Adverse Drug Reactions from User Reviews on Social Media Sites (AY, NG), pp. 816–819.
KDDKDD-2013-HarpazDLS #empirical
Empirical bayes model to combine signals of adverse drug reactions (RH, WD, PL, NHS), pp. 1339–1347.
ICSEICSE-2013-WertHH #automation #performance #problem
Supporting swift reaction: automatically uncovering performance problems by systematic experiments (AW, JH, LH), pp. 552–561.
VMCAIVMCAI-2013-JohnNN #network #predict
Knockout Prediction for Reaction Networks with Partial Kinetic Information (MJ, MN, JN), pp. 355–374.
A new swappable fluidic module for applications of capillary convective polymerase chain reaction (YFH, ASY, CWC, SKL, LYT, PHC), pp. 900–903.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2012-DicksonWGRA #student
Student reactions to classroom lecture capture (PED, DIW, ACG, CCR, WRA), pp. 144–149.
Stability and Chaos in reaction Systems (AE, MGM, GR, ATB), p. 1173–?.
Synchronous sequential computation with molecular reactions (HJ, MDR, KKP), pp. 836–841.
ESOPESOP-2011-JohnLNV #constraints
Biochemical Reaction Rules with Constraints (MJ, CL, JN, CV), pp. 338–357.
A Tour of reaction Systems (RB, AE, MGM, GR), pp. 1499–1517.
CHICHI-2011-SchwindBH #recommendation
I will do it, but i don’t like it: user reactions to preference-inconsistent recommendations (CS, JB, FWH), pp. 349–352.
HCIDHM-2011-HowardY #case study #predict
Predicting Support Reaction Forces for Standing and Seated Tasks with Given Postures-A Preliminary Study (BH, J(Y), pp. 89–98.
Measuring Corrective Reaction Time with the Intermittent Illumination Model (JFL, CGD, CMC, YDL, YQL), pp. 397–405.
HCIHCI-UA-2011-LargeB #comparison #interface #retrieval #using #visualisation
A Comparison of Children’s and Adults’ Retrieval Performances and Affective Reactions When Using a Conventional Interface and an Information Visualization Interface (AL, JB), pp. 590–598.
CAVCAV-2011-AndreychenkoMSW #identification #markov #modelling #parametricity
Parameter Identification for Markov Models of Biochemical Reactions (AA, LM, DS, VW), pp. 83–98.
Reaction Systems: A Model of Computation Inspired by Biochemistry (AE, GR), pp. 1–3.
CHICHI-2010-ManciniRBCJJPTN #named
Contravision: exploring users’ reactions to futuristic technology (CM, YR, AKB, TC, LJ, ANJ, BAP, KT, BN), pp. 153–162.
CHICHI-2009-HarrisonLSH #performance #smarttech #visual notation
Where to locate wearable displays?: reaction time performance of visual alerts from tip to toe (CH, BYL, AS, SEH), pp. 941–944.
HCIHCI-NT-2009-LuzcandoBF #design pattern #usability
Evaluating Usability-Supporting Architecture Patterns: Reactions from Usability Professionals (EL, DB, AF), pp. 320–328.
ICLPICLP-2009-BottalicoB #biology #constraints
Constraint Based Languages for Biological Reactions (MB, SB), pp. 561–562.
SFMSFM-2008-DegasperiG #analysis #modelling #probability
Sensitivity Analysis of Stochastic Models of Bistable Biochemical Reactions (AD, SG), pp. 1–20.
KDDKDD-2008-ChoRC #data mining #identification #mining #network
Reconstructing chemical reaction networks: data mining meets system identification (YJC, NR, YC), pp. 142–150.
SPLCSPLC-2008-AlvesCNMSB #aspect-oriented #named #product line
FLiP: Managing Software Product Line Extraction and Reaction with Aspects (VA, FC, VN, AM, SS, PB), p. 354.
Computational Nature of Biochemical Reactions (AE, GR), p. 36.
HPCAHPCA-2005-WuJMC #adaptation #multi
Voltage and Frequency Control With Adaptive Reaction Time in Multiple-Clock-Domain Processors (QW, PJ, MM, DWC), pp. 178–189.
Basic Notions of Reaction Systems (AE, GR), pp. 27–29.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2004-KooptiwootS04a #idea #mining #set #using
Mining the Relationships in the Form of Predisposing Factor and Coincident Factor in Time Series Data Set by Using the Combination of some Existing Ideas with a new Idea from the Fact in the Chemical Reaction (SK, MAS), pp. 531–534.
FASEFASE-2003-HeckelL #development #modelling #using #visual notation #web
Model-Based Development of Web Applications Using Graphical Reaction Rules (RH, ML), pp. 170–183.
CSEETCSEET-2000-Lisack #case study #experience #process #student
The Personal Software Process in the Classroom: Student Reactions (an Experience Report) (SKL), pp. 169–175.
Reaction-Diffusion Systems for Hypothesis Propagation (TK, FE), pp. 3547–3550.
SACSAC-2000-HuangHBL #design
Genome-wide Polymerase Chain Reaction Primer Design (HHH, GEH, RB, HL), pp. 65–74.
ITiCSEITiCSE-1997-Goldberg #student
WebCT and first year: student reaction to and use of a Web-based resource in first year computer science (MWG), pp. 127–129.
TACASTACAS-1997-PhilippsS #verification
Formal Verification of Statecharts with Instantaneous Chain Reaction (JP, PS), pp. 224–238.
KDDKDD-1997-Huber #scalability #statistics
From Large to Huge: A Statistician’s Reactions to KDD & DM (PJH), pp. 304–308.
ICMLICML-1995-RaoGS #question
For Every Generalization Action, Is There Really an Equal and Opposite Reaction? (RBR, DFG, WMS), pp. 471–479.
SACSAC-1994-RuizSG #tutorial
A tutorial system for inorganic chemical formulations and reactions (ILR, JLCS, MÁGN), pp. 583–587.
CIKMCIKM-1993-RoseG #database #information management
Knowledge Discovery in Reaction Databases (JRR, HLG), pp. 714–716.
KDDKDD-1991-AiBL #database
Extracting Reaction Information from Chemical Databases (CSA, PEBJ, RHL), pp. 367–382.

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