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ENVSOFT
2006
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10 years 12 months ago
Hydrological models are so good, do we still need data?
Our ability to numerically model natural systems has progressed enormously over the last 10e20 years. During the last decade computational power has increased to the stage where w...
R. P. Silberstein
LREC
2008
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11 years 1 months ago
Do we Still Need Gold Standards for Evaluation?
The availability of a huge mass of textual data in electronic format has increased the need for fast and accurate techniques for textual data processing. Machine learning and stat...
Thierry Poibeau, Cédric Messiant
SIGCOMM
2012
ACM
9 years 2 months ago
Perspectives on network calculus: no free lunch, but still good value
ACM Sigcomm 2006 published a paper [26] which was perceived to unify the deterministic and stochastic branches of the network calculus (abbreviated throughout as DNC and SNC) [39]...
Florin Ciucu, Jens Schmitt
CONCURRENCY
2007
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10 years 12 months ago
Fostering collaboration to better manage water resources
: Good water management is literally vital for the arid and semi-arid regions of the planet. Yet good water management requires multidisciplinary expertise, since one must consider...
William Voorsluys, Eliane Araújo, Walfredo ...
SIGMOD
2004
ACM
173views Database» more  SIGMOD 2004»
12 years 2 days ago
Relaxed Currency and Consistency: How to Say "Good Enough" in SQL
Despite the widespread and growing use of asynchronous copies to improve scalability, performance and availability, this practice still lacks a firm semantic foundation. Applicati...
Hongfei Guo, Jonathan Goldstein, Per-Åke Lar...
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