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Chen, B. Y. (2005).  Learning Discriminant Narrow-Band Temporal Patterns for Automatic Recognition of Conversational Telephone Speech.
Chen, Q.., Chang H., Govindan R., Jamin S., Shenker S., & Willinger W. (2002).  The Origin of Power Laws in Internet Topologies Revisited. Proceedings of the Twenty-First Annual Joint Conference of the IEEE Computer and Communications Societies (INFOCOM). 608-617.
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.
Chen, B. Y., Chang S., & Sivadas S. (2003).  Learning Discriminative Temporal Patterns in Speech: Development of Novel TRAPS-Like Classifiers. Proceedings of EUROSPEECH 2003.
Chawathe, Y., Ratnasamy S., Breslau L., & Shenker S. (2003).  Making Gnutella-Like P2P Systems Scalable. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Applications, Technologies, Architectures, and Protocols for Computer Communications (SIGCOMM). 407-418.
Chawathe, Y., Ramabhadran S., Ratnasamy S., LaMarca A., Shenker S., & Hellerstein J. M. (2005).  A Case Study in Building Layered DHT Applications. Proceedings of ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communications Conference (SIGCOMM 2005). 97-108.
Chaudhuri, K.., Halperin E., Rao S., & Zhou S.. (2007).  A Rigorous Analysis of Population Stratification with Limited Data. 1046-1055.
Chang, H., Govindan R., Jamin S., Shenker S., & Willinger W. (2004).  Towards Capturing Representative AS-Level Internet Topologies. Computer Networks. 44(6), 737-755.
Chang, N., Narayanan S., & Petruck M. R. L. (2002).  Putting Frames in Perspective. Proceedings COLING 2002.
Chang, N. (2004).  A computational model of comprehension-based construction acquisition.
Chang, N., & Fischer I.. (2000).  Understanding idioms.
Chang, S-Y., & Morgan N. (2014).  Robust CNN-Based Speech Recognition With Gabor Filter Kernels.
Chang, N., & Mok E. (2006).  Putting Context in Constructions.
Chang, S-Y., Edwards E., Morgan N., Ellis D. P. W., Mesgarani N., & Chang E. (2015).  Phone Recognition for Mixed Speech Signals: Comparison of Human Auditory Cortex and Machine Performance.
Chang, N., Feldman J., Porzel R., & Sanders K. (2002).  Scaling Cognitive Linguistics: Formalisms for Language Understanding.
Chang, N. (2009).  From Motion Frames to Grammar: A Usage-Based Model of a Construction Learning.
Chang, S-Y., & Morgan N. (2013).  Informative Spectro-Temporal Bottleneck Features for Noise-Robust Speech Recognition.
Chang, S., Greenberg S., & Wester M. (2001).  An Elitist Approach to Articulatory-Acoustic Feature Classification. Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Eurospeech 2001).
Chang, N., & Maia T.. (2001).  Grounded learning of grammatical constructions. Proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence 2001 Spring Symposium on Learning Grounded Representations.
Chang, N. (2009).  Constructing Grammar: A Computational Model of the Emergence of Early Constructions.
Chang, K., Lei H., & Canny J.. (2011).  Improved Classification of Speaking Styles for Mental Health Monitoring using Phoneme Dynamics. 85-88.
Chang, H., Govindan R., Jamin S., Shenker S., & Willinger W. (2002).  Towards Capturing Representative AS-Level Internet Topologies. Proceedings of the International Conference on Measurements and Modeling of Computer Systems (SIGMETRICS 2002). 280-281.
Chang, S. (2002).  A Syllable, Articulatory-Feature, and Stress-Accent Model of Speech Recognition.
Chang, N., & Hunter R.. (2001).  Reference resolution in child-directed speech: A deep semantic approach.
Chang, S. (2002).  A Syllable, Articulatory-Feature, and Stress-Accent Model of Speech Recognition.

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