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A survey of machine learning for big code and naturalness : ACM Computing Surveys

There is a rising demand for effective software tools that can help developers build reliable and maintainable software systems. There has been abundant research to help developers...
Software Engineering (D.2) | Nov 4 21

A survey on end-edge-cloud orchestrated network computing paradigms : ACM Computing Surveys

Recognizing the limits of (distant) cloud computing, modern Internet of things (IoT) architectures recognize the so-called edge continuum between cloud...
Human Factors (H.1.2...) | Jun 17 22

A survey on session-based recommender systems : ACM Computing Surveys

Wang et al. present a comprehensive survey with this paper. A session-based recommender system (SBRS) is a system that makes recommendations to users based on short-term, dynamic user preferences (in a...
Marketing (J.1...) | Dec 2 21

Automated expertise retrieval: a taxonomy-based survey and open issues : ACM Computing Surveys

Due to the rigorous advancement in skill sets through knowledge enhancement, multiple methods of sharing the required skills can challenge industries that are looking for the “right fit.” At the same time, the...
General (H.0) | Aug 31 21

Detection and resolution of rumours in social media: a survey : ACM Computing Surveys

Unverified information can spread on the web and influence public opinion before it is eventually verified as true or false. Such rumors eventually evolve during reiterated transmission, and often accompany...
Social Networking (H.3.4...) | Mar 30 22

Environmental audio scene and sound event recognition for autonomous surveillance : ACM Computing Surveys

As my colleagues and I define in a previous paper, “environmental sound recognition (AESR) is a relatively new discipline of computer science destined to extend the field of speech-based applications, or the study of music...
Sound & Music Computing (H.5.5) | Nov 11 21

Photoplethysmogram-based cognitive load assessment using multi-feature fusion model : ACM Transactions on Applied Perception

Physiological measures of cognitive load have become more accessible with advancements in neuro-imaging devices and wearable technology, and provide quantifiable data that previous...
Perceptual Reasoning (I.2.10...) | Oct 8 21

Designing robot teams for distributed construction, repair, and maintenance : ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems

Human beings consider some environments hostile, such as deep space, nuclear reactors, or contaminated areas, and thus are not very keen...
General (I.2.0) | Jul 30 21

SARDE: a framework for continuous and self-adaptive resource demand estimation : ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems

Reliable performance estimation of complex software systems requires models that are adaptable to the system’s environment and workload. Grohmann...
General (D.0) | Apr 6 22

TSLAM: A trust-enabled self-learning agent model for service matching in the cloud market : ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems

Cloud services and cloud computing in general have experienced explosive growth. Undoubtedly it is easier for users, even sophisticated ones, to leave the...
Cloud Computing (C.2.4...) | Feb 15 22

A beginner’s guide to learning analytics

The advice I got when I first started teaching was “make sure your zipper is up and don’t get any chalk on your butt.” No mention of student success. The advice I got when I worked as a database administrator was “anticipate the questions that management will ask; otherwise...
Computer Science Education (K.3.2...) | Feb 1 22

A brief history of computing (3rd ed.)

The first four chapters of A brief history of computing are similar to what is usually described in the history section of an introductory computer science (CS) textbook: everything from ancient civilizations like Egypt to Turing and the first computers. The following...
History of Computing (K.2) | Dec 28 21

A new history of modern computing

When Ceruzzi’s earlier work [1] was first published, in 1998, mobile phones were just phones and not at all “smart,” the Internet was still largely a curiosity, and most of the entrepreneurs and founders of today‚Äôs Internet tech giants were still in school. In the intervening...
History of Computing (K.2) | Mar 4 22

A world without email

Intellectual work draws a lot from communication between collaborating parties. Speed and ease of communication have enormously improved--both qualitatively and quantitatively--in the course of the last decades. So, how come the day-to-day life of...
Project & People Management (K.6.1) | Jun 15 22

Automation and autonomy: labour, capital and machines in the artificial intelligence industry

This book is a Marxist critique of the impact that artificial intelligence (AI), specifically machine learning, will have on labor. It was originally a dissertation, which was modified for release as a book. This is...
Economics (J.4...) | Jun 6 22

Behavioral cybersecurity: applications of personality psychology and computer science

It is a well-known fact that the weakest element of all cryptographic systems is a human being. No matter how smart mathematical methods are embedded to protect our network and computer infrastructures...
Security (K.6.m...) | Jun 21 22

Big data mining for climate change

The book looks more like an encyclopedia than a handbook or textbook. The chapter titles mention climate issues that are typically discussed in the last subsections of the given chapter. Each chapter...
Earth & Atmospheric Sciences (J.2...) | Apr 14 22

Cause effect pairs in machine learning

From the earliest courses in statistics we are taught that correlation does not imply causation. However, apart from some special cases, it is also generally true that causation implies correlation (or dependency). While the first sentence is a severe warning against...
Learning (I.2.6) | May 17 22

Cause-effect structures

Most systems in the real world--for example, computational, physical, or biological ones--consist of multiple components that on the one hand operate concurrently, but on the other hand may also interact with each other. Since at any time many...
Organization & Design (D.4.7) | Apr 12 22

Challenging online propaganda and disinformation in the 21st century

Terry Pratchett, in his Discworld novel The truth [1], wrote the famous epigram, “A lie can run around the world before the truth has got its boots on.” This quote very succinctly...
Use/Abuse Of Power (K.4.1...) | Mar 9 22

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