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Stem varieti$ (all stems)

27 papers:

Varieties of Languages in a Category (JA, RSRM, HU, SM), pp. 414–425.
FoSSaCSFoSSaCS-2014-AdamekMMU #theorem
Generalized Eilenberg Theorem I: Local Varieties of Languages (JA, SM, RSRM, HU), pp. 366–380.
AFLAFL-2014-Klima #algebra #automaton #on the
On Varieties of Automata Enriched with an Algebraic Structure (Extended Abstract) (OK), pp. 49–54.
Effects of Language Variety on Personality Perception in Embodied Conversational Agents (BK, BE, FK, EA), pp. 429–439.
ICEISICEIS-v1-2014-LettnerZ #data analysis #framework #industrial #product line
A Data Analysis Framework for High-variety Product Lines in the Industrial Manufacturing Domain (CL, MZ), pp. 209–216.
ICPRICPR-2014-SharmaCL #3d #approach #generative #hybrid #novel
Kinect-Variety Fusion: A Novel Hybrid Approach for Artifacts-Free 3DTV Content Generation (MS, SC, BL), pp. 2275–2280.
ICPRICPR-2012-SharmaCL #3d
A free viewpoint 3DTV system based on parameterized variety model (MS, SC, BL), pp. 1026–1029.
SACSAC-2012-SakkopoulosPSTPS #deployment #distributed #framework #named
DREAM: a distributed fRamework for customized dEployment of a vAriety of indexing engines over million-node overlays (ES, AP, SS, DT, GP, AS), pp. 853–858.
Varieties of Languages and Frontier Check (AC, EJ), pp. 153–167.
Literally Idempotent Languages and their Varieties — Two Letter Case (OK, LP), pp. 761–780.
LICSLICS-2010-BartoK #csp
New Conditions for Taylor Varieties and CSP (LB, MK), pp. 100–109.
ECIRECIR-2009-HalveyPHVHGJ #case study #difference #low level #metric #retrieval #using #video
Diversity, Assortment, Dissimilarity, Variety: A Study of Diversity Measures Using Low Level Features for Video Retrieval (MH, PP, DH, RV, FH, AG, JMJ), pp. 126–137.
Literally idempotent languages and their varieties — two letter case (OK, LP), pp. 220–231.
LATALATA-2008-KlimaP #morphism
Literal Varieties of Languages Induced by Homomorphisms onto Nilpotent Groups (OK, LP), pp. 299–310.
SACSAC-2008-LasserreLR #algebra #algorithm
Computing the real variety of an ideal: a real algebraic and symbolic-numeric algorithm (JBL, ML, PR), pp. 1845–1846.
SACSAC-2008-RosenkranzHL #design
Designing IC structures by variety engineering (CR, RH, ML), pp. 518–523.
SACSAC-2007-RosenkranzH #concept #modelling
Combining cybernetics and conceptual modeling: the concept of variety in organizational engineering (CR, RH), pp. 1228–1233.
DLTDLT-2006-Kufleitner #logic
Polynomials, Fragments of Temporal Logic and the Variety DA over Traces (MK), pp. 37–48.
ICSEICSE-2006-LeeKC #development
A series of development methodologies for a variety of systems in Korea (JL, JSK, JHC), pp. 612–615.
ICEISICEIS-v2-2004-BleckerAKF #multi
Dynamic Multi-Agent Based Variety Formation and Steering in Mass Customization (TB, NA, GK, GF), pp. 3–13.
RERE-2003-AoyamaWNM #framework #multi #product line #requirements
Embracing Requirements Variety for e-Governments Based on Multiple Product-Lines Frameworks (MA, KW, YN, YM), p. 285.
Varieties of Effects (CF), pp. 144–158.
ICEISICEIS-2002-Rodriguez-Luna #process #word
Stemming Process in Spanish Words with the Successor Variety Method. Methodology and Result (MRL), pp. 838–842.
CADECADE-1999-Sofronie-Stokkermans #complexity #decidability #on the
On the Universal Theory of Varieties of Distributive Lattices with Operators: Some Decidability and Complexity Results (VSS), pp. 157–171.
CADECADE-1990-Baader #term rewriting
Rewrite Systems for Varieties of Semigroups (FB), pp. 396–410.
ICALPICALP-1989-ChazelleEGS #algebra
A Singly-Expenential Stratification Scheme for Real Semi-Algebraic Varieties and Its Applications (BC, HE, LJG, MS), pp. 179–193.
HCIHCI-SES-1987-Karasek #design
Making Customer-Oriented Variety Feasible for CIM: Customer-Oriented Product Design Software (RAK), pp. 129–136.

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