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Eden, A., C. Christoudias M., & Darrell T. (2011).  Finding Lost Children.
Blelloch, G. E., Dhamdhere K., Halperin E., Ravi RR., Schwartz R., & Sridhar S. (2006).  Fixed Parameter Tractability of Binary Near-Perfect Phylogenetic Tree Reconstruction. Proceedings of the 33rd International Colloquium on Automata, Languages, and Programming (ICALP 2006). 667-678.
Kim, S., Fonseca R., Dutta P., Tavakoli A., Culler D. E., Levis P., et al. (2007).  Flush: A Reliable Bulk Transport Protocol for Multihop Wireless Networks. 351-365.
Chen, J., Jiang J., Zheng X., Duan H., Liang J., Li K., et al. (2016).  Forwarding-Loop Attacks in Content Delivery Networks. Proceedings of the Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS).
Xiong, Y., Saenko K., Darrell T., & Zickler T. (2012).  From Pixels to Physics: Probabilistic Color De-rendering.
Long, J., Shelhamer E., & Darrell T. (2015).  Fully Convolutional Networks for Semantic Segmentation. The IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR). 3431-3440.
Drivonikou, V. G., Kay P., Regier T., Ivry R. B., Gilbert A. L., Franklin A., et al. (2007).  Further Evidence That Whorfian Effects Are Stronger in the Right Visual Field Than the Left. 104(3), 1097-1102.
Drivonikou, V. G., Kay P., Regier T., Ivry R. B., Gilbert A. L., Franklin A., et al. (2007).  Further Evidence That Whorfian Effects Are Stronger in the Right Visual Field Than the Left. 104(3), 1097-1102.
Cheng, O.., Dines J.., & Magimai-Doss M. (2007).  A Generalized Dynamic Composition Algorithm of Weighted Finite State Transducers for Large Vocabulary Speech Recognition. 4, 345-348.
de Melo, G., & Bansal M. (2013).  Good, Great, Excellent: Global Inference of Lexical Intensities.
Dodge, E., Trott S., Gilardi L., & Stickles E. (2017).  Grammar Scaling: Leveraging FrameNet Data to Increase Embodied Construction Grammar Coverage. Proceedings of the AAAI 2017 Spring Symposium on Computational Construction Grammar and Natural Language Understanding.
Guadarrama, S., Riano L., Golland D., Göhring D., Jia Y., Klein D., et al. (2013).  Grounding Spatial Relations for Human-Robot Interaction.
Cook, H., Moretó M., Bird S., Dao K., Patterson D., & Asanović K. (2013).  A Hardware Evaluation of Cache Partitioning to Improve Utilization and Energy-Efficiency while Preserving Responsiveness.
Dong, Z.., Yao Z.., Gholami A.., Mahoney M. W., & Keutzer K.. (2019).  HAWQ: Hessian AWare Quantization of Neural Networks with Mixed-Precision. Proceedings of ICCV 2019.
Yao, Z., Dong Z., Zheng Z., Gholami A., Yu J., Tan E., et al. (2021).  HAWQV3: Dyadic Neural Network Quantization.
Jia, Y., & Darrell T. (2011).  Heavy-Tailed Distances for Gradient Based Image Descriptors.
Dodge, E., & Wright A. (2002).  Herds of Wildebeest, Flasks of Vodka, Heaps of Trouble: An Embodied Construction Grammar Approach to English Measure Phrases. Proceedings of the 28th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society.
Weaver, N., Kreibich C., Dam M., & Paxson V. (2014).  Here Be Web Proxies. 8362, 183-192.
Sommer, R., Vallentin M., De Carli L., & Paxson V. (2014).  HILTI: An Abstract Execution Environment for Deep, Stateful Network Traffic Analysis.
Duan, H., Weaver N., Zhao Z., Hu M., Liang J., Jiang J., et al. (2012).  Hold-On: Protecting Against On-Path DNS Poisoning.
Ho, G., Dhiman M., Akhawe D., Paxson V., Savage S., Voelker G. M., et al. (2021).  Hopper: Modeling and Detecting Lateral Movement. Proceedings of the 30th USENIX Security Symposium. 3093-3110.
Chen, J., Weaver N., Jiang J., Wan T., Duan H., & Paxson V. (2016).   Host of Troubles: Multiple Host Ambiguities in HTTP Implementations. Proceedings of ACM CCS.
Hoang, N. Phong, Niaki A. Akhavan, Dalek J., Knockel J., Lin P., Marczak B., et al. (In Press).  How Great is the Great Firewall? Measuring China's DNS Censorship. Proceedings of the 30th USENIX Security Symposium.
Huang, P-S., Mertens R., Divakaran A., Friedland G., & Hasegawa-Johnson M. (2012).  How to Put It Into Words - Using Random Forests to Extract Symbol Level Descriptions from Audio Content for Concept Detection. 505-508.
Saha, D., Schumann C., McElfresh D. C., Dickerson J. P., Mazurek M. L., & Tschantz M. Carl (2020).  Human Comprehension of Fairness in Machine Learning. AIES '20: Proceedings of the AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society. 152.

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