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Friedland, G., & Choi J. (2012).  Semantic Computing and Privacy: A Case Study Using Inferred Geo-Location.
Friedland, G. (2007).  The Digital Hand, Vol 2 - How Computers Changed the Work of the American Financial, Telecommunications, Media, and Entertainment Industries (book review). IEEE Annals of the History of Computing. 29(3), 72-75.
Friedland, G., Jantz K., Lenz T., Wiesel F., & Rojas R. (2007).  Object Cut and Paste in Images and Videos. International Journal of Semantic Computing. 1(2), 221-247.
Friedland, G. (2007).  Computers and Commerce: A Study of Technology and Management at Eckert-Mauchly Computer Company, Engineering Research Associates, and Remington Rand, 1946-1957 (book review). IEEE Annals of the History of Computing. 29(2), 74-77.
[Anonymous] (2007).  Multimedia Technologies for E-learning. (Friedland, G., & Knipping L., Ed.).
Friedland, G. (2007).  Multimedia Data Formats and Semantic Computing: A Practical Example and its Implications for the Future.
Friedland, G., Hürst W., & Knipping L. (2007).  Educational Multimedia Systems: The Past, the Present, and a Glimpse into the Future. 1-4.
[Anonymous] (2008).  Educational Multimedia. (Friedland, G., Knipping L., & Hürst W., Ed.). 54-74.
Friedland, G., Knipping L., & Hürst W. (2008).  Multimedia Education in Computer Science -- A Little Bit of Everything Is Not Enough. IEEE MultiMedia Magazine. 15(2), 78-82.
[Anonymous] (2007).  Multimedia Technologies for E-Learning 2007. (Friedland, G., Knipping L., & Ludwig N.., Ed.).4,
Friedland, G., & Rojas R. (2008).  Anthropocentric Video Segmentation for Lecture Webcasts. EURASIP Journal on Image and Video Processing. 8(2), 
Friedland, G., Hensley E., Schumacher J., & Jain R. (2008).  Appscio: A Software Environment for Semantic Multimedia Analysis. 456-459.
Friedland, G., & Vinyals O. (2008).  Live Speaker Identification in Conversations. 1017-1018.
Friedland, G., Knipping L., Hürst W., & Muhlhauser M.. (2009).  Can We Escape the Trough of Disillusionment?--A Perspective on E-learning Technology Research from the ACM Workshop on Educational Multimedia and Multimedia Education. ACM E-Learn Journal.
Friedland, G., Knipping L., & Hürst W. (2008).  Automated Lecture Recording.
Friedland, G., & van Leeuwen D. A. (2010).  Speaker Recognition and Diarization. 115-130.
Friedland, G., Hung H., & Yeo C. (2008).  Multi-Modal Speaker Diarization of Real-World Meetings Using Compressed-Domain Video Features.
Friedland, G., Vinyals O., Huang Y., & Müller C. (2009).  Prosodic and Other Long-Term Features for Speaker Diarization. IEEE Transactions on Audio. 17(5), 985-993.
[Anonymous] (2009).  Best Papers from the 10th IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia. (Friedland, G., & Chen S-C., Ed.).International Journal of Semantic Computing. 3,
Friedland, G., Vinyals O., Huang Y., & Müller C. (2009).  Fusing Short Term and Long Term Features for Improved Speaker Diarization. 4077-4080.
Friedland, G., Hung H., & Yeo C. (2009).  Multi-Modal Speaker Diarization of Real-World Meeting Using Compressed-Domain Video Features. 4069-4072.
Friedland, G., Hürst W.., & Knipping L. (2008).  Multimedia Education—Can We Find Unity in Diversity?. 1115-1116.
[Anonymous] (2008).  Best Papers from the Second IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing (IJSC). (Friedland, G., & Martell C.., Ed.).International Journal of Semantic Computing. 2,
Friedland, G. (2009).  Analytics for Experts. Featured paper in ACM SIGMM Records. 1,
Friedland, G. (2009).  Review of E. Villalon, “High-Dimensionality Data Reduction in Java”.

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