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Sommer, R., Amann J., & Hall S. (2015).  Spicy: A Unified Deep Packet Inspection Framework Dissecting All Your Data. ICSI Technical Report.
Sommer, R., & Paxson V. (2005).  Exploiting Independent State For Network Intrusion Detection. Proceedings of the 21st Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC 2005). 59-71.
Somervuo, P. (2002).  Speech Modeling Using Variational Bayesian Mixture of Gaussians. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP 2002).
Somervuo, P., Chen B. Y., & Zhu Q. (2003).  Feature Transformations and Combinations for Improving ASR Performance. Proceedings of EUROSPEECH 2003.
Somervuo, P. (2003).  Experiments with Linear and Nonlinear Feature Transformations in HMM Based Phone Recognition. Proceedings of ICASSP-2003.
Sokol, J., & Widmer J. (2001).  USAIA: Ubiquitous Service Access Internet Architecture.
Sokol, J., & Tutsch D. (2001).  Petri Net Based Performance Evaluation of USAIA's Bandwidth Partitioning for the Wireless Cell Level.
Slager, S.. L., Skibola C. F., & Halperin E. (2012).  Common Variation at 6p21.31 (BAK1) Influences the Risk of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. Blood. 120(4), 843-846.
Skočaj, D., Kristan M., Vrečko A., Leonardis A., Fritz M., Stark M., et al. (2010).  Multi-Modal Learning. 265-309.
Skibola, C. F., Bracci P. M., Halperin E., Nieters A., Hubbard A., Paynter R. A., et al. (2008).  Polymorphisms in the Estrogen Receptor 1 and Vitamin C and Matrix Metalloproteinase Gene Families Are Associated with Susceptibility to Lymphoma. PLoS ONE. 3(7), 
Skibola, C. F., Bracci P. M., Halperin E., Conde L., Craig D. W., Agana L., et al. (2009).  Genetic Variants at 6p21.33 Are Associated with Susceptibility to Follicular Lymphoma. Nature Genetics. 41(8), 873-875.
Sivadas, S., & Hermansky H. (2002).  Hierarchical Tandem Feature Extraction. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP 2002).
Siok, W. Ting, Kay P., Wang W. S. Y., Chan A. H. D., Chen L., Luke K-K., et al. (2009).  Language Regions of Brain Are Operative in Color Perception. 106(20), 8140-8145.
Sinha, S. (2008).  Answering Questions about Complex Events.
Singla, A., Hong C.-Y.., Popa L., & P. Godfrey B. (2011).  Jellyfish: Networking Data Centers Randomly.
Singla, A., & Hakkani-Tür D. (2008).  Cross-Lingual Sentence Extraction for Information Distillation. 2707-2710.
Singh, S.., Shenker S., & Varghese G. (2006).  Service Portability: Why http Redirect is the Model for the Future. Proceedings of the Fifth Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks (Hotnets-V). 49-54.
Singh, R., Nithyanand R., Afroz S., Tschantz M. Carl, Gill P., & Paxson V. (2017).  Characterizing the Nature and Dynamics of Tor Exit Blocking.. Proceedings of USENIX Security 2017.
Simsek, M., Zhang D., hmann D. Ö., Matthé M., & Fettweis G. (2017).  On the Flexibility and Autonomy of 5G Wireless Networks View Document. IEEE Access. 5,
Simsek, M., Hößler T., Jorswieck E., Klessig H., & Fettweis G. (2019).  Multiconnectivity in Multicellular, Multiuser Systems: A Matching- Based Approach. Proceedings of the IEEE. 107(2), 394-413.
Silipo, R., & Greenberg S. (2000).  Prosodic Stress Revisited: Reassessing the Fole of Fundamental Frequency. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society.
Silipo, R., & Crestani F. (2000).  Acoustic Stress and Topic Detection in American English Spoken Sentences.
Silipo, R., Greenberg S., & Arai T. (1999).  Temporal Constraints on Speech Intelligibility as Deduced From Exceedingly Sparse Spectral Representations. Proceedings of the 6th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Eurospeech '99).
Silipo, R., & Greenberg S. (2000).  Automatic Detection of Prosodic Stress in American English Discourse.
Silipo, R., & Greenberg S. (1999).  Automatic Transcription of Prosodic Stress for Spontaneous English Discourse. Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. 3, 2351-2354.

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