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Update May 7, 2017: Please note that we had to disable the phrase search operator (.) and the boolean not operator (-) due to technical problems. For the time being, phrase search queries will yield regular prefix search result, and search terms preceded by a minus will be interpreted as regular (positive) search terms.
found 8 matches
- Alexander Singh, Konstantinos Giannakis, Theodore Andronikos:
Qumin, a minimalist quantum programming language. CoRR abs/1704.04460 (2017)
- Baltasar Trancón y Widemann, Markus Lepper:
LLJava: Minimalist Structured Programming on the Java Virtual Machine [Work-in-Progress Research Paper]. PPPJ 2016: 17:1-17:6
- Samuel Junjie Tan, Sergey Bratus, Travis Goodspeed:
Interrupt-oriented bugdoor programming: a minimalist approach to bugdooring embedded systems firmware. ACSAC 2014: 116-125
- Tiago A. O. Alves, Brunno F. Goldstein, Felipe M. G. França, Leandro A. J. Marzulo:
A Minimalistic Dataflow Programming Library for Python. SBAC-PAD Workshops 2014: 96-101
- Pilar P. Barbosa:
Pro-drop and Theories of pro in the Minimalist Program Part 1: Consistent Null Subject Languages and the Pronominal-Agr Hypothesis. Lang. Linguistics Compass 5(8): 551-570 (2011)
- Pilar P. Barbosa:
Pro-drop and Theories of pro in the Minimalist Program Part 2: Pronoun Deletion Analyses of Null Subjects and Partial, Discourse and Semi pro-drop. Lang. Linguistics Compass 5(8): 571-587 (2011)
- Mary Beth Rosson, Cheryl D. Seals:
Teachers as simulation programmers: minimalist learning and reuse. CHI 2001: 237-244
- Mark K. Singley, John M. Carroll:
Minimalist planning tools in an instructional system for smalltalk programming. INTERACT 1990: 937-944
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