- case-insensitive prefix search: default
e.g., sig matches "SIGIR" as well as "signal"
- exact word search: append dollar sign ($) to word
e.g., graph$ matches "graph", but not "graphics"
- boolean and: separate words by space
e.g., codd model
- boolean or: connect words by pipe symbol (|)
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.
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- André Zenner, Marco Speicher, Sören Klingner, Donald Degraen, Florian Daiber, Antonio Krüger:
Immersive Notification Framework: Adaptive & Plausible Notifications in Virtual Reality. CHI Extended Abstracts 2018
- Jibin Wu, Yansong Chua, Haizhou Li:
A Biologically Plausible Speech Recognition Framework Based on Spiking Neural Networks. IJCNN 2018: 1-8
- Kyriakos Kentzoglanakis, Matthew Poole:
A Swarm Intelligence Framework for Reconstructing Gene Networks: Searching for Biologically Plausible Architectures. IEEE ACM Trans. Comput. Biol. Bioinform. 9(2): 358-371 (2012)
- Seung In Park, Chao Peng, Francis K. H. Quek, Yong Cao:
A Crowd Modeling Framework for Socially Plausible Animation Behaviors. MIG 2012: 146-157
- Asma Damankesh, Jaspreet Singh, Fatima Jahedpari, Khaled Shaalan, Farhad Oroumchian:
Using Human Plausible Reasoning as a Framework for Multilingual Information Filtering. CLEF (Working Notes) 2009
- Ashweeni Kumar Beeharee, Steve Pettifer, Adrian J. West:
A Framework for Optimising Network Usage for Plausible Distributed Virtual Environments. Virtual Reality: Cognitive Foundations, Technological Issues & Philosophical Implications 2001: 141-158
- Gheorghe Tecuci:
Plausible Justification Trees: A Framework for Deep and Dynamic Integration of Learning Strategies. Mach. Learn. 11: 237-261 (1993)
- Eric Horvitz, David Heckerman, Curtis Langlotz:
A Framework for Comparing Alternative Formalisms for Plausible Reasoning. AAAI 1986: 210-214
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