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*2007
55EEWilliam P. Birmingham, Leah Acker: Software-defined radio for undergraduate projects. SIGCSE 2007: 293-297
54EEWilliam P. Birmingham: The AI in AI EDAM. AI EDAM 21(1): 5-6 (2007)
53EERoger B. Dannenberg, William P. Birmingham, Bryan Pardo, Ning Hu, Colin Meek, George Tzanetakis: A comparative evaluation of search techniques for query-by-humming using the MUSART testbed. JASIST 58(5): 687-701 (2007)
2006
52EEWilliam P. Birmingham, Roger B. Dannenberg, Bryan Pardo: Query by humming with the VocalSearch system. Commun. ACM 49(8): 49-52 (2006)
2005
51 Bryan Pardo, William P. Birmingham: Modeling Form for On-line Following of Musical Performances. AAAI 2005: 1018-1023
2004
50EESunju Park, Edmund H. Durfee, William P. Birmingham: Use of Markov Chains to Design an Agent Bidding Strategy for Continuous Double Auctions. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 22: 175-214 (2004)
49EEColin Meek, William P. Birmingham: A Comprehensive Trainable Error Model for Sung Music Queries. J. Artif. Intell. Res. (JAIR) 22: 57-91 (2004)
48EEBryan Pardo, Jonah Shifrin, William P. Birmingham: Name that tune: A pilot study in finding a melody from a sung query. JASIST 55(4): 283-300 (2004)
2003
47EEJonah Shifrin, William P. Birmingham: Effectiveness of HMM-based retrieval on large databases. ISMIR 2003
46EERoger B. Dannenberg, William P. Birmingham, George Tzanetakis, Colin Meek, Ning Hu, Bryan Pardo: The MUSART testbed for query-by-humming evaluation. ISMIR 2003
45EEColin Meek, William P. Birmingham: The dangers of parsimony in query-by-humming applications. ISMIR 2003
44EEWilliam P. Birmingham, Kevin O'Malley, Jon W. Dunn, Ryan Scherle: V2V: A Second Variation on Query-by-Humming. JCDL 2003: 380
43 Colin Meek, William P. Birmingham: Automatic Thematic Extractor. J. Intell. Inf. Syst. 21(1): 9-33 (2003)
2002
42EEBryan Pardo, William P. Birmingham: Encoding Timing Information for Musical Query Matching. ISMIR 2002
41EEColin Meek, William P. Birmingham: Johnny Can't Sing: A Comprehensive Error Model for Sung Music Queries. ISMIR 2002
40EEJonah Shifrin, Bryan Pardo, Colin Meek, William P. Birmingham: HMM-based musical query retrieval. JCDL 2002: 295-300
39EEWilliam P. Birmingham, Bryan Pardo, Colin Meek, Jonah Shifrin: The MusArt Music-Retrieval System: An Overview. D-Lib Magazine 8(2): (2002)
2001
38EEWilliam P. Birmingham: MUSART: Music Retrieval Via Aural Queries. ISMIR 2001
37EEEric J. Glover, Gary William Flake, Steve Lawrence, William P. Birmingham, Andries Kruger, C. Lee Giles, David M. Pennock: Improving Category Specific Web Search by Learning Query Modifications. SAINT 2001: 23-
36 Yves Lespérance, Gerd Wagner, William P. Birmingham, Kurt D. Bollacker, Alexander Nareyek, J. Paul Walser, David W. Aha, Timothy W. Finin, Benjamin N. Grosof, Nathalie Japkowicz, Robert Holte, Lise Getoor, Carla P. Gomes, Holger H. Hoos, Alan C. Schultz, Miroslav Kubat, Tom M. Mitchell, Jörg Denzinger, Yolanda Gil, Karen L. Myers, Claudio Bettini, Angelo Montanari: AAAI 2000 Workshop Reports. AI Magazine 22(1): 127-136 (2001)
35EEEric J. Glover, Steve Lawrence, Michael D. Gordon, William P. Birmingham, C. Lee Giles: Web Search - Your Way. Commun. ACM 44(12): 97-102 (2001)
2000
34 Bryan Pardo, William P. Birmingham: Automated Partitioning of Tonal Music. FLAIRS Conference 2000: 23-27
33 Timothy P. Darr, William P. Birmingham: Part-selection triptych: A representation, problem properties and problem definition, and problem-solving method. AI EDAM 14(1): 39-51 (2000)
32 Sunju Park, Edmund H. Durfee, William P. Birmingham: Emergent Properties of a Market-based Digital Library with Strategic Agents. Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 3(1): 33-51 (2000)
1999
31EESunju Park, Edmund H. Durfee, William P. Birmingham: An Adaptive Agent Bidding Strategy Based on Stochastic Modeling. Agents 1999: 147-153
30EEEric J. Glover, Steve Lawrence, William P. Birmingham, C. Lee Giles: Architecture of a Metasearch Engine That Supports User Information Needs. CIKM 1999: 210-216
1998
29EEEric J. Glover, William P. Birmingham: Using Decision Theory to Order Documents. ACM DL 1998: 285-286
28 Sunju Park, Edmund H. Durfee, William P. Birmingham: Emergent Properties of a Market-based Digital Library with Strategic Agents. ICMAS 1998: 230-237
27 Eric J. Glover, William P. Birmingham, Michael D. Gordon: Improving Web Search Using Utility Theory. Workshop on Web Information and Data Management 1998: 5-8
26EEWilliam P. Birmingham, Clive L. Dym: Foreword. AI EDAM 12(1): 1- (1998)
25EEPeter Weinstein, William P. Birmingham: Creating Ontological Metadata for Digital Library Content and Services. Int. J. on Digital Libraries 2(1): 20-37 (1998)
1997
24 Peter Weinstein, William P. Birmingham: Matching Requests for Agent Services with Differentiated Vocabulary. AAAI/IAAI 1997: 850
23 Edmund H. Durfee, Daniel L. Kiskis, William P. Birmingham: The agent architecture of the Univercity of Michingan Digital Library. IEE Proceedings - Software 144(1): 61-71 (1997)
22 David C. Brown, William P. Birmingham: Guest Editors' Introduction: Understanding the Nature of Design. IEEE Expert 12(2): 14-16 (1997)
21EEAjay J. Daga, William P. Birmingham: Interface finite-state machines: definition, minimization, and decomposition. IEEE Trans. on CAD of Integrated Circuits and Systems 16(5): 497-505 (1997)
1996
20 Joseph G. D'Ambrosio, William P. Birmingham: Achieving Agent Coordination via Distributed Preferences. AAAI/IAAI, Vol. 2 1996: 1383
19 Daniel E. Atkins, William P. Birmingham, Edmund H. Durfee, Eric J. Glover, Tracy Mullen, Elke A. Rundensteiner, Elliot Soloway, José M. Vidal, Raven Wallace, Michael P. Wellman: Toward Inquiry-Based Education Through Interacting Software Agents. IEEE Computer 29(5): 69-76 (1996)
18EEA. Th. Schreiber, William P. Birmingham: Editorial: the Sisyphus-VT initiative. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 44(3-4): 275-280 (1996)
17EEJay T. Runkel, William P. Birmingham, Alan Balkany: Solving VT by reuse. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 44(3-4): 403-433 (1996)
1995
16EEAjay J. Daga, William P. Birmingham: A symbolic-simulation approach to the timing verification of interacting FSMs. ICCD 1995: 584-589
1994
15 Jay T. Runkel, William P. Birmingham: Building Non-Brittle Knowledge-Acquisition Tools. AAAI 1994: 535-540
14EEAjay J. Daga, William P. Birmingham: The Minimization and Decomposition of Interface State Machines. DAC 1994: 120-125
13EETimothy P. Darr, William P. Birmingham: Automated Design for Concurrent Engineering. IEEE Expert 9(5): 35-42 (1994)
12EEAlan Balkany, William P. Birmingham, Jay T. Runkel: Solving Sisyphus by design. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 40(2): 221-241 (1994)
1993
11EEManjote S. Haworth, William P. Birmingham: Towards Optimal System-Level Design. DAC 1993: 434-438
10EEManjote S. Haworth, William P. Birmingham, Daniel E. Haworth: Optimal part selection. IEEE Trans. on CAD of Integrated Circuits and Systems 12(10): 1611-1617 (1993)
9EEAnurag P. Gupta, William P. Birmingham, Daniel P. Siewiorek: Automating the design of computer systems. IEEE Trans. on CAD of Integrated Circuits and Systems 12(4): 473-487 (1993)
1992
8EEYew-Hong Leong, William P. Birmingham: The Automatic Generation of Bus-Interface Models. DAC 1992: 634-637
1991
7EEMaureen Ladd, William P. Birmingham: Synthesis of Multiple-Input Change Asynchronous Finite state Machines. DAC 1991: 309-314
1990
6EEAjay J. Daga, William P. Birmingham: Failure Recovery in the MICON System. DAC 1990: 686-691
1989
5EEWilliam P. Birmingham, Anurag P. Gupta, Daniel P. Siewiorek: The MICON System for Computer Design. DAC 1989: 135-140
4EEWilliam P. Birmingham, Daniel P. Siewiorek: Capturing Designer Expertise the CGEN System. DAC 1989: 610-613
1986
3EEWilliam P. Birmingham, Rostam Joobbani, Jin Kim: Knowlege-based expert systems and their application (tutorial session. DAC 1986: 531-539
1985
2 William P. Birmingham, J. H. Kim: DAS/LogicTM: A Rule-Based Logic Design Assistant. CAIA 1985: 264-268
1 Xiao-Zong Yang, Gary York, William P. Birmingham, Daniel P. Siewiorek: Fault Recovery of Triplicated Software on the Intel iAPX 432. ICDCS 1985: 438-443

Coauthor Index

1Leah Acker [55]
2David W. Aha [36]
3Daniel E. Atkins [19]
4Alan Balkany [12] [17]
5Claudio Bettini [36]
6Kurt D. Bollacker [36]
7David C. Brown [22]
8Joseph G. D'Ambrosio [20]
9Ajay J. Daga [6] [14] [16] [21]
10Roger B. Dannenberg [46] [52] [53]
11Timothy P. Darr [13] [33]
12Jörg Denzinger [36]
13Jon W. Dunn [44]
14Edmund H. Durfee [19] [23] [28] [31] [32] [50]
15Clive L. Dym [26]
16Timothy W. Finin (Tim Finin) [36]
17Gary William Flake [37]
18Lise Getoor [36]
19Yolanda Gil [36]
20C. Lee Giles (Clyde Lee Giles) [30] [35] [37]
21Eric J. Glover [19] [27] [29] [30] [35] [37]
22Carla P. Gomes [36]
23Michael D. Gordon [27] [35]
24Benjamin N. Grosof [36]
25Anurag P. Gupta [5] [9]
26Daniel E. Haworth [10]
27Manjote S. Haworth [10] [11]
28Robert C. Holte (Robert Holte) [36]
29Holger H. Hoos (Holger Hoos) [36]
30Ning Hu [46] [53]
31Nathalie Japkowicz [36]
32Rostam Joobbani [3]
33J. H. Kim [2]
34Jin Kim [3]
35Daniel L. Kiskis [23]
36Andries Kruger [37]
37Miroslav Kubat [36]
38Maureen Ladd [7]
39Steve Lawrence [30] [35] [37]
40Yew-Hong Leong [8]
41Yves Lespérance [36]
42Colin Meek [39] [40] [41] [43] [45] [46] [49] [53]
43Tom M. Mitchell [36]
44Angelo Montanari [36]
45Tracy Mullen [19]
46Karen L. Myers [36]
47Alexander Nareyek [36]
48Kevin O'Malley [44]
49Bryan Pardo [34] [39] [40] [42] [46] [48] [51] [52] [53]
50Sunju Park [28] [31] [32] [50]
51David M. Pennock (David Pennock) [37]
52Elke A. Rundensteiner [19]
53Jay T. Runkel [12] [15] [17]
54Ryan Scherle [44]
55Guus Schreiber (A. Th. Schreiber) [18]
56Alan C. Schultz [36]
57Jonah Shifrin [39] [40] [47] [48]
58Daniel P. Siewiorek [1] [4] [5] [9]
59Elliot Soloway [19]
60George Tzanetakis [46] [53]
61José M. Vidal [19]
62Gerd Wagner [36]
63Raven Wallace [19]
64J. Paul Walser [36]
65Peter Weinstein [24] [25]
66Michael P. Wellman [19]
67Xiao-Zong Yang [1]
68Gary York [1]

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