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Scheffer, N., Ferrer L., Graciarena M., Kajarekar S., Shriberg E., & Stolcke A. (2011).  The SRI NIST 2010 Speaker Recognition Evaluation System. 5292-5295.
Stolcke, A., Anguera X., Boakye K., etin Ö. Ç., Janin A., Magimai-Doss M., et al. (2007).  The SRI-ICSI Spring 2007 Meeting and Lecture Recognition System. Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Classification of Events, Activities, and Relationships (CLEAR 2007). 450-463.
Cheng, H., Liu J., Ali S., Javed O., Yu Q., Tamrakar A., et al. (2012).  SRI-Sarnoff AURORA System at TRECVID 2012 Multimedia Event Detection and Recounting.
Anderson, D. P., Herrtwich R. Guido, & Schaefer C. (1990).  SRP: A Resource Reservation Protocol for Guaranteed-Performance Communication in the Internet.
P. Godfrey, B., Caesar M., Haken I., Singer Y., Shenker S. J., & Stoica I. (2015).  Stabilizing Route Selection in BGP. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking. 23(1), 282-299.
Jin, Y., Scott C., Dhamdhere A., Giotsas V., Krishnamurthy A., & Shenker S. J. (2019).  Stable and Practical AS Relationship Inference with ProbLink. Proceedings of the 16th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation (NSDI ’19).
Rössner, C., & Schnorr C. P. (1994).  A Stable Integer Relation Algorithm.
Feldman, J., Feldman C.. M., Falk G., Grape C.., Pearlman J.., Sobel I., et al. (1969).  The Stanford Hand-Eye Project. Proceedings of the First International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI). 521-526.
Feldman, J. (1974).  The Stanford Hand-Eye Project--Recent Results.
Fillmore, C. J., & Atkins B.. T. S. (1994).  Starting where the dictionaries stop: The challenge for computational lexicography. 349-393.
Shin, K. G., & Peng D-T. (1988).  Static Allocation of Periodic Tasks with Precedence Restraints in Distributed Systems.
Zhang, Y., Paxson V., & Shenker S. J. (2000).  The Stationarity of Internet Path Properties: Routing, Loss, and Throughput.
Kirchhoff, K., & Bilmes J. A. (1999).  Statistical Acoustic Indications of Coarticulation. Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. 3, 1729-1732.
Moody, J., & Wu L. (1994).  Statistical Analysis and Forecasting of High Frequency Foreign Exchange Rates. Proceedings of the Neural Networks in the Capital Markets Conference.
Moody, J., & Wu L. (1995).  Statistical Analysis of Tick-by-tick Foreign Exchange Data. Proceedings of the High Frequency Data in Finance Conference.
Bourlard, H., Morgan N., & Wellekens C. (1990).  Statistical Inference in Multilayer Perceptrons and Hidden Markov Models with Applications in Continuous Speech Recognition. F68, 217-226.
Martin, C.. H., & Mahoney M. W. (2019).  Statistical Mechanics Methods for Discovering Knowledge from Modern Production Quality Neural Networks. Proceedings of the 25th Annual SIGKDD. 3239-3240.
Raskutti, G., & Mahoney M. W. (2014).  A Statistical Perspective on Randomized Sketching for Ordinary Least-Squares.
Hakkani-Tür, D., & Tur G. (2007).  Statistical Sentence Extraction for Information Distillation. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP 2007). 4, 1-4.
Krauss, L.. M., Moody J., & Wilczek F. (1984).  A Stellar Energy Loss Mechanism Involving Axions. 144B,
Lukyanenko, A., Nikolaevskiy I., Kuptsov D., Gurtov A., Ghodsi A., & Shenker S. J. (2014).  STEM+: Allocating Bandwidth Fairly To Tasks.
Moody, J., Liu Y., Saffell M., & Youn K. (2004).  Stochastic Direct Reinforcement: Application to Simple Games with Recurrence. Proceedings of the 2004 AAAI Fall Symposium on Artificial Multiagent Learning. 23-34.
Friedman, E., Landsberg A. S., Owen J. P., Li Y-O., & Mukherjee P. (2014).  Stochastic Geometric Network Models for Groups of Functional and Structural Connectomes. NeuroImage. 101,
Leen, T. K., & Moody J. (1997).  Stochastic Manhattan Learning: Time-Evolution Operator for the Ensemble Dynamics.
Thiébaux, S., Hertzberg J., Shoaff W., & Schneider M. (1993).  A Stochastic Model of Actions and Plans for Anytime Planning Under Uncertainty.

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