BibSLEIGH corpus
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use (4)
document (4)
visual (4)
imag (4)

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38 papers:

DocEngDocEng-2015-DenoueCC #documentation
Searching Live Meeting Documents “Show me the Action” (LD, SC, MC), pp. 195–198.
ICMLICML-2015-XuBKCCSZB #generative #image #visual notation
Show, Attend and Tell: Neural Image Caption Generation with Visual Attention (KX, JB, RK, KC, ACC, RS, RSZ, YB), pp. 2048–2057.
ICSTICST-2015-CastillosWW #approach
Show Me New Counterexamples: A Path-Based Approach (KCC, HW, VW), pp. 1–10.
VLDBVLDB-2014-LuCLL #recommendation
Show Me the Money: Dynamic Recommendations for Revenue Maximization (WL, SC, KL, LVSL), pp. 1785–1796.
CHICHI-2014-AndrewsB #branch #interactive #visualisation
Visualizing interactive narratives: employing a branching comic to tell a story and show its readings (DA, CB), pp. 1895–1904.
CHICHI-2014-GeymayerSLSS #visualisation
Show me the invisible: visualizing hidden content (TG, MS, AL, MS, DS), pp. 3705–3714.
CHICHI-2014-KizilcecPS #video #visual notation
Showing face in video instruction: effects on information retention, visual attention, and affect (RFK, KP, LS), pp. 2095–2102.
Improving machine translation by showing two outputs (BX, GG, SRF, DC), pp. 3743–3746.
CHICHI-2014-XuYRFHB #analysis #exclamation
Show me the money!: an analysis of project updates during crowdfunding campaigns (AX, XY, HR, WTF, SWH, BPB), pp. 591–600.
HCIDUXU-DI-2014-ShinKKJS #design #game studies #interactive #process
A New Design Process for Viewer Participation in Interactive TV Program: Focused on the Interactive TV Game Show Hae-un-dae (JS, HJK, JIK, BGJ, CS), pp. 763–772.
HCIHCI-AS-2014-KimC #what
The Gap between What a Service Provider Shows Off and What Users Really Watch (DK, JC), pp. 710–720.
ICDARICDAR-2013-FornesOL #image #multi
Show-Through Cancellation and Image Enhancement by Multiresolution Contrast Processing (AF, XO, JL), pp. 200–204.
CSCWCSCW-2013-TowneKKH #process #quality #wiki
Your process is showing: controversy management and perceived quality in wikipedia (WBT, AK, PK, JDH), pp. 1059–1068.
RecSysRecSys-2013-XuBATMK #recommendation
Catch-up TV recommendations: show old favourites and find new ones (MX, SB, SA, ST, AM, IK), pp. 285–294.
HCIIDGD-2011-ChenCC11a #design
Discussion of Design and Experiential Marketing in Ming-Show Pottery Cultural Creative Product (IYC, CHC, CHC), pp. 17–26.
HTHT-2010-BaeJW #web
Show my code in the web (MJB, JHJ, GW), pp. 309–310.
IFMIFM-2010-HulsbuschKRSSW #comparison #model transformation #semantics
Showing Full Semantics Preservation in Model Transformation — A Comparison of Techniques (MH, BK, AR, MS, CS, HW), pp. 183–198.
Engaging with computer science through magic shows (PC, PWM), pp. 179–183.
DACDAC-2007-SarnoWELGSLW #ll
IP Exchange: I’ll Show You Mine if You Show Me Yours (LS, RW, SKE, LL, JG, GS, SL, DW), pp. 990–991.
LATALATA-2007-BaaderHP #automaton #exclamation #logic
SI! Automata Can Show PSPACE Results for Description Logics (FB, JH, RP), pp. 67–78.
CHICHI-2007-StrachanWM #monte carlo #navigation
Show me the way to Monte Carlo: density-based trajectory navigation (SS, JW, RMS), pp. 1245–1248.
HCIHCI-MIE-2007-Alexandris #human-computer #quote #semantics #using
“Show and Tell”: Using Semantically Processable Prosodic Markers for Spatial Expressions in an HCI System for Consumer Complaints (CA), pp. 13–22.
KDDKDD-2007-ArchakGI #exclamation #mining #power of
Show me the money!: deriving the pricing power of product features by mining consumer reviews (NA, AG, PGI), pp. 56–65.
PPoPPPPoPP-2007-Adl-TabatabaiDHSKPS #transaction
Potential show-stoppers for transactional synchronization (ARAT, DD, MH, NS, CK, CvP, MLS), p. 55.
CSEETCSEET-2006-HayesDHSD #question
Will Johnny/Joanie Make a Good Software Engineer? Are Course Grades Showing the Whole Picture? (JHH, AD, EAH, SKS, OD), pp. 175–184.
KDDKDD-2004-AliS #architecture #collaboration #distributed #named #recommendation #using
TiVo: making show recommendations using a distributed collaborative filtering architecture (KA, WvS), pp. 394–401.
ICDARICDAR-2003-NishidaS #approach #documentation #image #multi
A Multiscale Approach to Restoring Scanned Color Document Images with Show-Through Effects (HN, TS), pp. 584–588.
KDDKDD-2003-LawrenceHC #modelling #predict
Passenger-based predictive modeling of airline no-show rates (RDL, SJH, JC), pp. 397–406.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2002-Gibson #documentation #student
The student record book: showing the value of documentation (RG), p. 197.
ICPRICPR-v3-2002-NishidaS #analysis #documentation #image #multi
Correcting Show-Through Effects on Document Images by Multiscale Analysis (HN, TS), pp. 65–68.
CHICHI-2001-DumaisCC #optimisation
Optimizing search by showing results in context (STD, EC, HC), pp. 277–284.
AdaEuropeAdaEurope-2001-FoulgerK #fault #runtime #safety #tool support #using
Using the SPARK Toolset for Showing the Absence of Run-Time Errors in Safety-Critical Software (DF, SK), pp. 229–240.
Program paper-slide-show (poster session) (MT), pp. 194–195.
ICPRICPR-1998-MorookaZH #approach #modelling
Next best viewpoint (NBV) planning for active object modeling based on a learning-by-showing approach (KM, HZ, TH), pp. 677–681.
ITiCSEITiCSE-WGR-1997-SajaniemiK97a #education #named
SHOW: a system for the presentation of three-level teaching material during lectures (demonstration) (JS, MK), p. 153.
Show Actions in TV Conferencing (RZ, HT, YS), pp. 11–14.
VLDBVLDB-1980-WilsonH #semantics
Semantics vs. Graphics — To Show or not to Show (GAW, CFH), pp. 183–197.
STOCSTOC-1976-IbarraK #problem
A Useful Device for Showing the Solvability of Some Decision Problems (OHI, CEK), pp. 135–140.

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