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Wrede, B., Bhagat S., Dhillon R., & Shriberg E. (2005).  Meeting Recorder Project: Hot Spot Labeling Guide.
Wooters, C., & Morgan N. (1992).  Connectionist-Based Acoustic Word Models. Proceedings of the IEEE Workshop on Neural Networks for Signal Processing. 157-163.
Wooters, C., & Morgan N. (1990).  Speech Segmentation and Labeling on the NeXT Machine.
Wooters, C., & Stolcke A. (1994).  Multiple-Pronunciation Lexical Modeling in a Speaker Independent Speech Understanding System. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP 94). 1963-1966.
Wooters, C., & Morgan N. (1992).  Acoustic Sub-word Models in the Berkeley Restaurant Project. Proceedings of the International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP'92). 1551-1554.
Wooters, C., Jurafsky D., Tajchman G., & Morgan N. (1993).  The Berkeley Restaurant Project. Proceedings of the Speech Research Symposium XIII. 119-128.
Wooters, C., Mirghafori N., Stolcke A., Pirinen T., Bulyko I., Gelbart D., et al. (2004).  The 2004 ICSI-SRI-UW Meeting Recognition System. 196-208.
Wooters, C., & Huijbregts M. (2007).  The ICSI RT07s Speaker Diarization System. 509-519.
Wooters, C. (1993).  Lexical Modeling in a Speaker Independent Speech Understanding System.
Wooters, C., Fung J., Peskin B., & Anguera X. (2004).  Towards Robust Speaker Segmentation: The ICSI-SRI Fall 2004 Diarization System. Proceedings of Fall 2004 Rich Transcription Workshop (RT-04F).
Woo, S., Sherry J., Han S., Moon S., Ratnasamy S., & Shenker S. (2018).  Elastic Scaling of Stateful Network Functions. Proceedings of NSDI '18.
Wolfinger, B. (1997).  Efficiency of PET and MPEG Encoding for Video Streams: Analytical QoS Evaluations.
Wöhlke, G. (1994).  Dextrous Object Manipulation with Robot Hands Including Rolling and Slipping: Improved Motion & Force Computation Method.
Wittkop, T., Emig D., Lange S.. J., Rahmann S., Albrecht M., Morris J.. H., et al. (2010).  Partitioning Biological Data with Transitivity Clustering. Nature Methods. 7(6), 419-420.
Willinger, W., & Paxson V. (1998).  Where Mathematics Meets the Internet. Notices of the American Mathematical Society. 45(8), 961-970.
Willinger, W., & Paxson V. (1997).  Discussion of ``Heavy Tail Modeling and Teletraffic Data'' by S.R. Resnick. 25(5), 1805-1869.
Willinger, W., Paxson V., Riedi R. H., & Taqqu M. S. (2002).  Long-Range Dependence and Data Network Traffic.
Willinger, W., Govindan R., Jamin S., Paxson V., & Shenker S. (2002).  Scaling Phenomena in the Internet: Critically Examining Criticality. Proceedings of National Academy of Science of the United States of America (PNAS). 99,
Willinger, W., Paxson V., & Taqqu M. S. (1998).  Self-similarity and Heavy Tails: Structural Modeling of Network Traffic.
Williams, G., & Ellis D. P. W. (1999).  Speech/music Discrimination Based on Posterior Probability Features. Proceedings of the 6th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Eurospeech '99).
Wikarski, D. (1996).  An Introduction to Modular Process Nets.
Wijesekera, P., Razaghpanah A., Reardon J., Reyes I., Vallina-Rodriguez N., Egelman S., et al. (2017).  “Is Our Children’s Apps Learning?” Automatically Detecting COPPA Violations. Proceedings of the Workshop on Technology and Consumer Protection (ConPro ’17).
Wijesekera, P., Baokar A., Tsai L., Reardon J., Egelman S., Wagner D., et al. (2017).  The Feasibility of Dynamically Granted Permissions: Aligning Mobile Privacy with User Preferences . Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (Oakland ’17).
Wijesekera, P., Reardon J., Reyes I., Tsai L., Chen J-W., Good N., et al. (2018).  Contextualizing Privacy Decisions for Better Prediction (and Protection). Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’18).
Wijesekera, P., Baokar A., Hosseini A., Egelman S., Wagner D., & Beznosov K. (2015).  Android Permissions Remystified: A Field Study on Contextual Integrity. Proceedings of the 24th USENIX Security Symposium.

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