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found 10 matches
- Nicole Gotzner, Jacopo Romoli:
The Scalar Inferences of Strong Scalar Terms under Negative Quantifiers and Constraints on the Theory of Alternatives. J. Semantics 35(1): 95-126 (2018)
- Amel Boulemnadjel, Ferhat Kaabache, Soumeya Kharfouchi, Fella Hachouf:
Higher-Order Spatial Statistics: A Strong Alternative In Image Processing. PAIS 2018: 1-6
- Thomas K. F. Wong, Tak Wah Lam, Wanling Yang, Siu-Ming Yiu:
Finding Alternative Splicing Patterns with Strong Support from expressed Sequences on Individual exons/introns. J. Bioinformatics and Computational Biology 6(5): 1021-1033 (2008)
- Thomas K. F. Wong, Tak Wah Lam, W. L. Yang, Siu-Ming Yiu:
Finding Alternative Splicing Patterns with Strong Support From Expressed Sequences. BIOCOMP 2007: 153-158
- M. Hossein Sheikh Attar, M. Tamer Özsu:
Alternative Architectures and Protocols for Providing Strong Consistency in Dynamic Web Applications. World Wide Web 9(3): 215-251 (2006)
- Helmut Horacek:
Aggregation with Strong Regularities and Alternatives". INLG 2002: 105-112
- Pedro Cabalar:
Alternative characterizations for strong equivalence of logic programs. NMR 2002: 229-237
- Pedro Cabalar:
Alternative Characterizations for Strong Equivalence of Logic Programs. CoRR cs.AI/0207032 (2002)
- Denis Béchet:
Removing Value Encoding Using Alternative Values in Partial Evaluation of Strongly-Typed Languages. ESOP 1996: 77-91
- Vladik Kreinovich:
Strongly transitive fuzzy relations: An alternative way to describe similarity. Int. J. Intell. Syst. 10(12): 1061-1076 (1995)
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