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SOFSEM 2015: Theory and Practice of Computer Science

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 What is Computation: An Epistemic Approach
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    Chapter 2 Progress (and Lack Thereof) for Graph Coloring Approximation Problems
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    Chapter 3 Recent Results in Scalable Multi-Party Computation
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    Chapter 4 Online Bipartite Matching in Offline Time (Abstract)
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    Chapter 5 Quo Vadis Explicit-State Model Checking
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    Chapter 6 The Dos and Dont’s of Crowdsourcing Software Development
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    Chapter 7 Adaptively Approximate Techniques in Distributed Architectures
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    Chapter 8 Back to the Future – Should SQL Surrender to SPARQL?
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    Chapter 9 Balancing Energy Consumption for the Establishment of Multi-interface Networks
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    Chapter 10 The Maximum k-Differential Coloring Problem
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    Chapter 11 Exact Algorithms for 2-Clustering with Size Constraints in the Euclidean Plane
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    Chapter 12 Local Routing in Convex Subdivisions
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    Chapter 13 Nondeterministic Modal Interfaces
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    Chapter 14 Group Search on the Line
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    Chapter 15 Online Makespan Scheduling with Sublinear Advice
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    Chapter 16 Deterministic Rendezvous in Restricted Graphs
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    Chapter 17 Fastest, Average and Quantile Schedule
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    Chapter 18 Machine Characterizations for Parameterized Complexity Classes Beyond Para-NP
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    Chapter 19 Maximally Permissive Controlled System Synthesis for Modal Logic
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    Chapter 20 Approximation Hardness of the Cross-Species Conserved Active Modules Detection Problem
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    Chapter 21 Finding Highly Connected Subgraphs
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    Chapter 22 Fixing Improper Colorings of Graphs
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    Chapter 23 Efficient Online Strategies for Renting Servers in the Cloud
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    Chapter 24 Pal k is Linear Recognizable Online
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    Chapter 25 Two Grammatical Equivalents of Flip-Pushdown Automata
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    Chapter 26 On the Hierarchy Classes of Finite Ultrametric Automata
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    Chapter 27 Nash-Williams-type and Chvátal-type Conditions in One-Conflict Graphs
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    Chapter 28 Optimal State Reductions of Automata with Partially Specified Behaviors
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    Chapter 29 Quantum Pushdown Automata with a Garbage Tape
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    Chapter 30 Towards a Characterization of Leaf Powers by Clique Arrangements
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    Chapter 31 Filling Logarithmic Gaps in Distributed Complexity for Global Problems
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    Chapter 32 On Visibly Pushdown Trace Languages
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    Chapter 33 Dominating an s - t -Cut in a Network
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    Chapter 34 Lower Bounds for Linear Decision Trees with Bounded Weights
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    Chapter 35 A Model-Driven Approach to Generate External DSLs from Object-Oriented APIs
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    Chapter 36 Function Based Requirements Engineering and Design –Towards Efficient and Transparent Plant Engineering
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    Chapter 37 Software Developer Activity as a Source for Identifying Hidden Source Code Dependencies
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    Chapter 38 Discovering Motifs in Real-World Social Networks
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    Chapter 39 Exploiting Semantic Activity Labels to Facilitate Consistent Specialization of Abstract Process Activities
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    Chapter 40 Efficient Similarity Search by Combining Indexing and Caching Strategies
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    Chapter 41 Retrieving Documents Related to Database Queries
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    Chapter 42 Advantages of Dependency Parsing for Free Word Order Natural Languages
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    Chapter 43 Detecting Identical Entities in the Semantic Web Data
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    Chapter 44 Conducting a Web Browsing Behaviour Study – An Educational Scenario
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    Chapter 45 A Uniform Programmning Language for Implementing XML Standards
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    Chapter 46 OntoSDM: An Approach to Improve Quality on Spatial Data Mining Algorithms
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    Chapter 47 Attribute-Based Encryption Optimized for Cloud Computing
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    Chapter 48 Trustworthy Virtualization of the ARMv7 Memory Subsystem
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    Chapter 49 True Random Number Generators Secure in a Changing Environment: Improved Security Bounds
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    Chapter 50 Java Loops Are Mainly Polynomial
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Chapter title
The Dos and Dont’s of Crowdsourcing Software Development
Chapter number 6
Book title
SOFSEM 2015: Theory and Practice of Computer Science
Published in
Lecture notes in computer science, January 2015
DOI 10.1007/978-3-662-46078-8_6
Book ISBNs
978-3-66-246077-1, 978-3-66-246078-8
Authors

Brian Fitzgerald, Klaas-Jan Stol

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Geographical breakdown

Country Count As %
Brazil 1 3%
Unknown 35 97%

Demographic breakdown

Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Master 9 25%
Student > Ph. D. Student 7 19%
Student > Doctoral Student 3 8%
Student > Bachelor 3 8%
Researcher 3 8%
Other 5 14%
Unknown 6 17%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Computer Science 25 69%
Business, Management and Accounting 2 6%
Mathematics 1 3%
Economics, Econometrics and Finance 1 3%
Engineering 1 3%
Other 0 0%
Unknown 6 17%

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