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Chang, S-Y., Morgan N., Raju A., Alwan A., & Kreiman J. (2015).  Using Fast and Slow Modulations to Model Human Hearing of Fast and Slow Speech.
Bian, F.., Li X.., Govindan R., & Shenker S. J. (2006).  Using Hierarchical Location Names for Scalable Routing and Rendevous in Wireless Sensor Networks. International Journal of Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing. 1(4), 179-193.
Yegneswaran, V., Barford P., & Paxson V. (2005).  Using Honeynets for Internet Situational Awareness. Proceedings of the Fourth Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks (Hotnets-IV).
Ellis, D. P. W. (1999).  Using Knowledge to Organize Sound: The Prediction-driven Approach to Computational Auditory Scene Analysis and Its Application to Speech/Nonspeech Mixtures. Speech Communication. 27(3-4), 281-298.
Gleich, D., & Mahoney M. W. (2015).  Using Local Spectral Methods to Robustify Graph-Based Learning Algorithms. Proceedings of the 21st Annual SIGKDD.
Liu, Y., Shriberg E., Stolcke A., & Harper M. P. (2004).  Using Machine Learning to Cope with Imbalanced Classes in Natural Speech: Evidence from Sentence Boundary and Disfluency Detection. Proceedings of International Conference on Spoken Language Processing.
Sudholt, D. (2011).  Using Markov-Chain Mixing Time Estimates for the Analysis of Ant Colony Optimization. 139-150.
Zhu, Q., Chen B. Y., Morgan N., & Stolcke A. (2004).  On Using MLP Features in LVCSR. Proceedings of International Conference on Spoken Language Processing.
Zhu, Q., Stolcke A., Chen B. Y., & Morgan N. (2005).  Using MLP Features in SRI's Conversational Speech Recognition System. Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Interspeech 2005-Eurospeech 2005). 2141-2144.
Ellis, D. P. W., & Bilmes J. A. (2000).  Using Mutual Information to Design Feature Combinations. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP 2000).
Peskin, B., Navratil J., Abramson J., Jones D., Klusacek D., Reynolds D., et al. (2003).  Using Prosodic and Conversational Features for High-Performance Speaker Recognition: Report From JHU WS'02.. Proceedings of ICASSP-2003.
Weber, F.., Manganaro L.., Peskin B., & Shriberg E. (2002).  Using Prosodic and Lexical Information for Speaker Identification. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP 2002).
Kolar, J., Shriberg E., & Liu Y. (2006).  Using Prosody for Automatic Sentence Segmentation of Multi-Party Meetings. Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Text, Speech and Dialogue (TSD 2006). 629-636.
Chu, V., McMahon I., Riano L., McDonald C. G., He Q., Perez-Tejada J. Martinez, et al. (2013).  Using Robotic Exploratory Procedures to Learn the Meaning of Haptic Adjectives.
Ravuri, S., & Morgan N. (2010).  Using Spectro-Temporal Features to Improve AFE Feature Extraction for ASR. 1181-1184.
Blanton, J., Blanton E., & Allman M. (2008).  Using Spurious Retransmissions to Adapt the Retransmission Timeout.
Muthukrishnan, C.., Paxson V., Allman M., & Akella A. (2010).  Using Strongly Typed Networking to Architect for Tussle.
Boulis, C., & Ostendorf M. (2005).  Using Symbolic Prominence to Help Design Feature Subsets for Topic Classification and Clustering of Natural Human-Human Conversations. Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Interspeech 2005-Eurospeech 2005).
Gomes, B., Stoutamire D., Weissman B., & Feldman J. (1997).  Using Value Semantic Abstractions to Guide Strongly Typed Library Design.
de Melo, G., & Weikum G. (2012).  UWN: A Large Multilingual Lexical Knowledge Base. 151-156.