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2000
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Picking the Right Problem Frame-An Empirical Study
Problem frames are a relatively new approach to requirements engineering, promising benefits not only in elicitation but also in subsequent design, by allowing their users to selec...
Keith Phalp, Karl Cox
KES
2005
Springer
10 years 1 months ago
A Robust Approach for Improving Computational Efficiency of Order-Picking Problems
The new market forces have affected the operation of distribution centers (DCs) extremely. The DCs demand an increased productivity and a low cost in their daily operation. This pa...
Yu-Min Chiang, Shih-Hsin Chen, Kuo-Chang Wu
WWW
2007
ACM
10 years 8 months ago
Just the right amount: extracting modules from ontologies
The ability to extract meaningful fragments from an ontology is key for ontology re-use. We propose a definition of a module that guarantees to completely capture the meaning of a...
Bernardo Cuenca Grau, Ian Horrocks, Yevgeny Kazako...
SIGECOM
2006
ACM
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10 years 1 months ago
Multi-attribute coalitional games
We study coalitional games where the value of cooperation among the agents are solely determined by the attributes the agents possess, with no assumption as to how these attribute...
Samuel Ieong, Yoav Shoham
ISI
2007
Springer
10 years 2 months ago
DOTS: Detection of Off-Topic Search via Result Clustering
— Often document dissemination is limited to a “need to know” basis so as to better maintain organizational trade secrets. Retrieving documents that are off-topic to a user...
Nazli Goharian, Alana Platt
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