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- Yue Yang, Artemis Panagopoulou, Marianna Apidianaki, Mark Yatskar, Chris Callison-Burch:
Visualizing the Obvious: A Concreteness-based Ensemble Model for Noun Property Prediction. CoRR abs/2210.12905 (2022)
- Arun Y. Patil, Nagaraj R. Banapurmath, Sumukh E. P., Manojkumar V. Chitawadagi, Tatagar Mohammad Yunus Khan, Irfan Anjum Badruddin, Sarfaraz Kamangar:
Multi-Scale Study on Mechanical Property and Strength of New Green Sand (Poly Lactic Acid) as Replacement of Fine Aggregate in Concrete Mix. Symmetry 12(11): 1823 (2020)
- Chakkarphan Sangsuwan, Suppachai Howimanporn:
Fuzzy Logic Based Physical Property Prediction for Pozzolanic Concrete. IIAI-AAI 2018: 559-564
- Claudia Carapelle, Anni-Yasmin Turhan:
Description Logics Reasoning w.r.t. General TBoxes Is Decidable for Concrete Domains with the EHD-Property. ECAI 2016: 1440-1448
- Yingfang Fan, Zhiqiang Hu:
Application of Artificial Neural Network in Prediction of Bond Property between Corroded Reinforcement and Concrete. FSKD (4) 2007: 664-668
- Karl J. Bois, Aaron D. Benally, Reza Zoughi:
Microwave near-field reflection property analysis of concrete for material content determination. IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas. 49(1): 49-55 (2000)
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