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matrix (3)
tape (2)
place (2)
cach (1)
driven (1)

Stem transposit$ (all stems)

8 papers:

PPoPPPPoPP-2014-CatanzaroKG #composition #matrix
A decomposition for in-place matrix transposition (BCC, AK, MG), pp. 193–206.
PPoPPPPoPP-2014-SungGGGH #matrix
In-place transposition of rectangular matrices on accelerators (IJS, JGL, JMGL, NG, WmWH), pp. 207–218.
ICALPICALP-v1-2011-BulteauFR #sorting
Sorting by Transpositions Is Difficult (LB, GF, IR), pp. 654–665.
HPDCHPDC-2001-RomeinB #scheduling
Wide-Area Transposition-Driven Scheduling (JWR, HEB), pp. 347–355.
HPCAHPCA-2000-ChatterjeeS #matrix
Cache-Efficient Matrix Transposition (SC, SS), pp. 195–205.
ICPRICPR-1996-OommenL #fault #pattern matching #pattern recognition #probability #recognition
Probabilistic syntactic pattern recognition for traditional and generalized transposition errors (BJO, RKSL), pp. 685–689.
ICALPICALP-1988-DietzfelbingerM #complexity #matrix #turing machine
The Complexity of Matrix Transposition on One-Tape Off-Line Turing Machines with Output Tape (MD, WM), pp. 188–200.
VLDBVLDB-1986-WongL #algorithm #database #scalability
Transposition Algorithms on Very Large Compressed Databases (HKTW, JZL), pp. 304–311.

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