- case-insensitive prefix search: default
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- exact word search: append dollar sign ($) to word
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- boolean or: connect words by pipe symbol (|)
Update May 7, 2017: Please note that we had to disable the phrase search operator (.) and the boolean not operator (-) due to technical problems. For the time being, phrase search queries will yield regular prefix search result, and search terms preceded by a minus will be interpreted as regular (positive) search terms.
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- Xiaoyong Xi, Qingyu He, Lingyun Yang:
On the largest Cartesian closed category of stable domains. Theor. Comput. Sci. 669: 22-32 (2017)
- Ben D. Amsel, Thomas P. Urbach, Marta Kutas:
Alive and grasping: Stable and rapid semantic access to an object category but not object graspability. NeuroImage 77: 1-13 (2013)
- Xiaoyong Xi, Guohua Wu:
On the Largest Cartesian Closed Category of Stable Domains. ISDT 2013: 131-137
- Yixiang Chen, Guo-Qiang Zhang:
Maximality and totality of stable functions in the category of stable bifinite domains. Comput. Math. Appl. 51(6-7): 1011-1020 (2006)
- Stepán Obdrzálek, Jiri Matas:
Object Recognition Using Local Affine Frames on Maximally Stable Extremal Regions. Toward Category-Level Object Recognition 2006: 83-104
- Cheng-An Hung, Sheng-Fuu Lin:
A Match-Based Clustering Neural network for Stable Category Learning of Multiple-Value patterns. J. Inf. Sci. Eng. 13(4): 543-562 (1997)
- Guo-Qiang Zhang:
The Largest Cartesian Closed Category of Stable Domains. Theor. Comput. Sci. 166(1&2): 203-219 (1996)
- Roberto M. Amadio:
Bifinite Domains: Stable Case. Category Theory and Computer Science 1991: 16-33
- Thomas Ehrhard, Pasquale Malacaria:
Stone Duality for Stable Functions. Category Theory and Computer Science 1991: 1-15
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