BibSLEIGH corpus
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BibSLEIGH bundles
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Open Knowledge
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Used together with:
threshold (3)
imag (2)
graph (2)
process (2)
random (2)

Stem sharp$ (all stems)

14 papers:

HCIDHM-HM-2015-KitajimaKMMMH #analysis #comprehension #process
Process Analysis of Manufacturing of Sewing Scissors by All Forging Process and Understanding of Its Sharpness (YK, KK, MM, KM, YM, HH), pp. 124–132.
KEODKEOD-2014-Exman #named
Opinion-Ontologies — Short and Sharp (IE), pp. 454–458.
ICMLICML-c3-2013-DurrantK #bound #classification #fault
Sharp Generalization Error Bounds for Randomly-projected Classifiers (RJD, AK), pp. 693–701.
ICPRICPR-2012-KumarCD #documentation #estimation #image
Sharpness estimation for document and scene images (JK, FC, DSD), pp. 3292–3295.
ICPRICPR-2012-YanXY0 #image #novel
Image super-resolution based on a novel edge sharpness prior (QY, YX, XY, KC), pp. 1056–1059.
SACSAC-2008-GoldsztejnMR #algorithm #approximate #performance #quantifier
An efficient algorithm for a sharp approximation of universally quantified inequalities (AG, CM, MR), pp. 134–139.
ICALPICALP-2007-FellowsFHV #graph
Sharp Tractability Borderlines for Finding Connected Motifs in Vertex-Colored Graphs (MRF, GF, DH, SV), pp. 340–351.
STOCSTOC-2004-GoelRK #geometry #graph #random
Sharp thresholds For monotone properties in random geometric graphs (AG, SR, BK), pp. 580–586.
CHICHI-2004-McCarthySM #video
Sharp or smooth?: comparing the effects of quantization vs. frame rate for streamed video (JDM, MAS, DM), pp. 535–542.
SOSPSOSP-2003-FuCCSV #architecture #named
SHARP: an architecture for secure resource peering (YF, JSC, BNC, SS, AV), pp. 133–148.
STOCSTOC-2001-AchlioptasBM #complexity #proving
A sharp threshold in proof complexity (DA, PB, MSOM), pp. 337–346.
STOCSTOC-2001-BorgsCP #clustering #integer #problem #scalability
Sharp threshold and scaling window for the integer partitioning problem (CB, JTC, BP), pp. 330–336.
Occam’s Two Razors: The Sharp and the Blunt (PMD), pp. 37–43.
DACDAC-1981-ChibaOKNIK #layout #named
SHARPS: A hierarchical layout system for VLSI (TC, NO, TK, IN, TI, SK), pp. 820–827.

Bibliography of Software Language Engineering in Generated Hypertext (BibSLEIGH) is created and maintained by Dr. Vadim Zaytsev.
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