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Used together with:
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softwar (3)
look (3)
engin (3)
five (3)

Stem twenti$ (all stems)

15 papers:

HCIDUXU-DD-2015-Liffick #social #years after
Twenty Years on: A Second Look at 10 Important Social Impact Characteristics of Computer Technology (BWL), pp. 328–338.
WRLAWRLA-J-2010-Meseguer12 #logic
Twenty years of rewriting logic (JM), pp. 721–781.
WRLAWRLA-2010-Meseguer #logic
Twenty Years of Rewriting Logic (JM), pp. 15–17.
SEKESEKE-2006-RatanotayanonKS #agile #documentation
After the Scrum: Twenty Years of Working without Documentation (SR, JK, SES), pp. 194–199.
RTARTA-2005-Jouannaud #years after
Twenty Years Later (JPJ), pp. 368–375.
CSCWCSCW-2000-Bajesy #implementation #named
IT2: an information technology initiative for the twenty-first century — NSF plans for implementation (RB), p. 359.
Twenty dirty tricks to train software engineers (RD), pp. 209–218.
When one is more than twenty one (PR), pp. 558–562.
Motivating the Church-Turing thesis in the twenty-first century (RGT), pp. 228–231.
HCIHCI-CC-1997-Long #human-computer #question
Twenty-Five Years of HCI: Growth Without Progress? (JL), pp. 197–200.
HCIHCI-SEC-1997-HollnagelH #communication #lessons learnt #problem #question
Twenty-Five Years of Operator-Process Communication: Lessons Learned and Problems Solved? (EH, JØH), pp. 221–224.
ICSEICSE-1989-DeMarco #re-engineering #roadmap
Twenty Years of Software Engineering: Looking Forward, Looking Back (TD), p. 134.
ICSEICSE-1989-Tomayko #re-engineering
Twenty-Year Retrospective: The NATO Software Engineering Conferences (JET), p. 96.
DACDAC-1988-Newton #automation #design
Twenty-Five Years of Electronic Design Automation (ARN), p. 2.
DACDAC-1980-Frew #algorithm #architecture #bibliography #design
A survey of space allocation algorithms in use in architectural design in the past twenty years (RSF), pp. 165–174.

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