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IJCAI
2007
8 years 8 months ago
The Ins and Outs of Critiquing
Eliminating previously recommended products in critiquing limits the choices available to users when they attempt to navigate back to products they critiqued earlier in the dialog...
David McSherry, David W. Aha
PAKDD
2015
ACM
21views Data Mining» more  PAKDD 2015»
3 years 3 months ago
Scalable Outlying-Inlying Aspects Discovery via Feature Ranking
In outlying aspects mining, given a query object, we aim to answer the question as to what features make the query most outlying. The most recent works tackle this problem using tw...
Nguyen Xuan Vinh, Jeffrey Chan, James Bailey, Chri...
POPL
2012
ACM
7 years 2 months ago
The ins and outs of gradual type inference
Gradual typing lets programmers evolve their dynamically typed programs by gradually adding explicit type annotations, which confer beneļ¬ts like improved performance and fewer r...
Aseem Rastogi, Avik Chaudhuri, Basil Hosmer
ITC
2003
IEEE
129views Hardware» more  ITC 2003»
9 years 12 days ago
Relating Yield Models to Burn-In Fall-Out in Time
An early-life reliability model is presented that allows wafer test information to be used to predict not only the total number of burn-in failures that occur for a given product,...
Thomas S. Barnett, Adit D. Singh
CPAIOR
2010
Springer
8 years 10 months ago
An In-Out Approach to Disjunctive Optimization
Cutting plane methods are widely used for solving convex optimization problems and are of fundamental importance, e.g., to provide tight bounds for Mixed-Integer Programs (MIPs). T...
Matteo Fischetti, Domenico Salvagnin
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