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Stem thought$ (all stems)

31 papers:

HCILCT-TRE-2014-AgesilaouVIZ #collaboration #education #tool support #wiki
Collaborative Tools in the Primary Classroom: Teachers’ Thoughts on Wikis (AA, CV, SI, MZ), pp. 239–247.
HCIDUXU-PMT-2013-FrancaSM #parallel
Is Reality Real? Thoughts and Conjectures about Culture, Self, Intersubjectivity and Parallel Worlds in Digital Technologies (ACPdF, MMS, LRdLM), pp. 68–73.
Supporting reflective public thought with ConsiderIt (TK, JTM, DF, AB, LB), pp. 265–274.
KDDKDD-2012-TianZ #learning
Learning from crowds in the presence of schools of thought (YT, JZ), pp. 226–234.
ICPCICPC-2011-Parnin #developer #named #towards
Subvocalization — Toward Hearing the Inner Thoughts of Developers (CP), pp. 197–200.
FMFM-2011-Harel #behaviour #programming
Some Thoughts on Behavioral Programming (DH), p. 2.
CHICHI-2011-SukumaranVMN #online
Normative influences on thoughtful online participation (AS, SV, MM, CN), pp. 3401–3410.
Thoughts about Structuralization, Specialization, Instantiation, and Metaization (LH, SvR), pp. 457–460.
As we may have thought, and may (still) think (AD), pp. 1–2.
ITiCSEITiCSE-2010-RagonisH #design #paradigm #programming
Linking different programming paradigms: thoughts about instructional design (NR, BH), p. 310.
ESOPESOP-2010-LindleyW #database
The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the Database Dream (SL, PW), p. 1.
KRKR-2006-Doyle #on the #process
On Mechanization of Thought Processes (Extended Abstract) (JD), p. 2.
CHICHI-2004-KuzuokaYYKSH #communication #coordination
Dual ecologies of robot as communication media: thoughts on coordinating orientations and projectability (HK, KY, AY, JK, YS, CH), pp. 183–190.
FMFME-2003-Kishida #development #paradigm #roadmap
Looking Back to the Future: Thoughts on Paradigm Shift in Software Development (KK), pp. 1–6.
ICLPICLP-2001-Gupta #named
X-tegration — Some Cross-Enterprise Thoughts (AG), p. 6.
Manipulating Interpolated Data is Easier than You Thought (SG, PR, LS), pp. 156–165.
ICEISICEIS-2000-LousaM #workflow
Thoughts about the Organisational Contect When Adopting a Workflow System (ML, AM), pp. 527–528.
GPCEGCSE-2000-Veldhuizen #java
Just When You Thought Your Little Language Was Safe: “Expression Templates” in Java (TLV), pp. 188–202.
As We Should Have Thought (PJN, JJL, ERS), pp. 96–101.
HCIHCI-SEC-1997-NakajimaHNT #interface #realtime #using
A System for Real-time Groupware Using a Pen Interface for Creative Thought Support (KN, EH, MN, NT), pp. 443–446.
Will I Be Pretty, Will I Be Rich? Some Thoughts on Theory vs. Practice in Systems Engineering (DH), p. 184–?.
CAVCAV-1997-Harel #years after
Some Thoughts on Statecharts, 13 Years Later (DH), pp. 226–231.
SEKESEKE-1995-Cooke #migration #process
Preliminary Thoughts Concerning The Interphase Activity of Requirement Migration (DEC), pp. 166–172.
PODSPODS-1994-Harel #summary
Will I be Pretty, Will I be Rich? Some Thoughts on Theory vs. Practice in Systems Engineering (Summary) (DH), pp. 1–3.
PODSPODS-1992-AbiteboulCV #query
Queries Are Easier Than You Thought (Probably) (SA, KJC, VV), pp. 23–32.
ICMLML-1992-Mao #learning #named
THOUGHT: An Integrated Learning System for Acquiring Knowledge Structure (CM), pp. 300–309.
ICSEICSE-1989-Galler #re-engineering
Thoughts on Software Engineering (BAG), p. 97.
ICSEICSE-1989-Gries #re-engineering
My Thoughts on Software Engineering in the Late 1960s (DG), p. 98.
SIGMODSIGMOD-1987-Ingenthron #database #perspective #research
Thoughts on Database Research: A User Perspective (KI), p. 2.
ICLPSLP-1986-Bledsoe86 #proving
Some Thoughts on Proof Discovery (WWB), pp. 2–10.
POPLPOPL-1976-JonesM #design #optimisation #programming language #towards
Binding Time Optimization in Programming Languages: Some Thoughts Toward the Design of an Ideal Language (NDJ, SSM), pp. 77–94.

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