
i*
 Referenced in 15 articles
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 The i* framework proposes an agentoriented approach to requirements engineering centering on the intentional characteristics of the agent. Agents attribute intentional properties (such as goals, ...

I2Geo
 Referenced in 4 articles
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 This paper describes I2Geo, the platform of the Intergeo project enabling math educators throughout Europe to publicly share interactive geometry constructions. This crosscultural webbased platform ...

Ial.m
 Referenced in 3 articles
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 NUMINT: Numerical Integration over the square: Matlab routines for computing numerical integration over the square. Tensorproduct formulae based on onedimensional Gaussian quadratures are developed for ...

IAM
 Referenced in 12 articles
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 The IAMdatabase: An English sentence database for offline handwriting recognition. In this paper we describe a database that consists of handwritten English sentences. It is ...

IAMOnDB
 Referenced in 5 articles
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 IAMOnDB – an online English sentence database acquired from handwritten text on a whiteboard. In this paper we present IAMOnDB  a new large online ...

IAMonDo
 Referenced in 2 articles
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 IAMonDodatabase: an online handwritten document database with nonuniform contents. In this paper we present a new database of online handwritten documents with different contents such ...

IAMVAL
 Referenced in 2 articles
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 Experiments with improved approximate mean value analysis algorithms. Approximate Mean Value Analysis (MVA) is a popular technique for analyzing queueing networks because of the efficiency ...

iASA
 Referenced in 2 articles
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 iASA: Learning to annotate the semantic web. With the advent of the Semantic Web, there is a great need to upgrade existing web content to ...

IATscores
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 R package IATscores: Implicit Association Test Scores Using Robust Statistics. Compute several variations of the Implicit Association Test (IAT) scores, including the D scores (Greenwald, ...

Iavaan
 Referenced in 1 article
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 lavaan: Latent Variable Analysis. Fit a variety of latent variable models, including confirmatory factor analysis, structural equation modeling and latent growth curve models.

IB2d
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 IB2d: a Python and MATLAB implementation of the immersed boundary method. The development of fluidstructure interaction (FSI) software involves tradeoffs between ease of use, generality, ...

iB4e
 Referenced in 7 articles
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 iB4e: A software framework for parametrizing specialized LP problems

IBAL
 Referenced in 13 articles
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 IBAL: a probabilistic rational programming language. In a rational programming language, a program specifies a situation faced by an agent; evaluating the program amounts to ...

IBAMR
 Referenced in 1 article
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 IBAMR: An adaptive and distributedmemory parallel implementation of the immersed boundary method. IBAMR: IBAMR is a distributedmemory parallel implementation of the immersed boundary (IB) method ...

IBASPM
 Referenced in 1 article
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 IBASPM: Toolbox for automatic parcellation of brain structures.

IBCN
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 Bursty traffic modeling and efficient analysis algorithms via fluidflow models for ATM IBCN Fluid models for heterogeneous multiplexed traffic are considered. First, some extensions to ...

ibelief
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 R package ibelief: Belief Function Implementation. Some basic functions to implement belief functions including: transformation between belief functions using the method introduced by Philippe Smets ...

IBEX
 Referenced in 8 articles
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 IBEX is a C++ library for constraint processing over real numbers. It provides reliable algorithms for handling nonlinear constraints. In particular, roundoff errors are also ...

IbexOpt
 Referenced in 11 articles
[sw12331]
 Exploiting monotonicity in interval constraint propagation.

Ibis
 Referenced in 9 articles
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 Ibis: a flexible and efficient Javabased Grid programming environment. In computational Grids, performancehungry applications need to simultaneously tap the computational power of multiple, dynamically available ...