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Paxson, V. (1998).  On Calibrating Measurements of Packet Transit Times. Proceedings of the International Conference on Measurement and Modeling of Computer Systems (SIGMETRICS '98). 11-21.
van Hout, J., Ferrer L., Vergyri D., Scheffer N., Lei Y., Mitra V., et al. (2014).  Calibration and Multiple System Fusion for Spoken Term Detection Using Linear Logistic Regression.
Tur, G., Stolcke A., Voss L., Peters S., Hakkani-Tür D., Dowding J., et al. (2010).  The CALO Meeting Assistant System. IEEE Transactions on Audio. 18(6), 1601-1611.
Tur, G., Stolcke A., Voss L., Dowding J., Favre B., Fernández R., et al. (2008).  The CALO Meeting Speech Recognition and Understanding System. 69-72.
Gillick, D. (2010).  Can Conversational Word Usage Be Used to Predict Speaker Demographics?.
Lv, Q., Ratnasamy S., & Shenker S. (2002).  Can Heterogeneity Make Gnutella Scalable?. 94-103.
Chen, G., Davis D., Krause M., Aivaloglou E., Hauff C., & Houben G-J. (2016).  Can Learners be Earners? Investigating a Design to Enable MOOC Learners to Apply their Skills and Earn Money in an Online Market Place. IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies.
Ouyang, T., Ray S., Rabinovich M., & Allman M. (2011).  Can Network Characteristics Detect Spam Effectively in a Stand-Alone Enterprise?.
Hermansky, H., & Morgan N. (1993).  A Can of RASTA Worms. Proceedings of the Speech Research Symposium XIII, Johns Hopkins University. 343-350.
Shriberg, E., Stolcke A., & Baron D. (2001).  Can Prosody Aid the Automatic Processing of Multi-Party Meetings? Evidence from Predicting Punctuation, Disfluencies, and Overlapping Speech. Proceedings of the ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Prosody in Speech Recognition and Understanding.
Argyraki, K., Baset S., Chun B-G., Fall K., Iannaccone G., Knies A., et al. (2008).  Can Software Routers Scale?.
Friedland, G., Knipping L., Hürst W., & Muhlhauser M.. (2009).  Can We Escape the Trough of Disillusionment?--A Perspective on E-learning Technology Research from the ACM Workshop on Educational Multimedia and Multimedia Education. ACM E-Learn Journal.
Pan, V. (1992).  Can We Utilize the Cancellation of the Most Significant Digits?.
Panda, A., Scott C., Ghodsi A., Koponen T., & Shenker S. (2013).  CAP for Networks. 91-96.
Rückert, U. (2009).  Capacity Control for Partially Ordered Feature Sets. 318-333.
Feldman, J., Hayhoe M.., & Lachter J.. (1991).  Capacity Limitations in the Integration of Information Across Saccades.
Hopfgartner, F. (2011).  Capturing Long-Term User Interests in Online Television News Program.
Elizalde, B. Martinez, Lei H., Friedland G., & Peters N. (2013).  Capturing the Acoustic Scene Characteristics for Audio Scene Detection.
Oliner, A. J., Iyer A. P., Lagerspetz E., Stoica I., & Tarkoma S. (2012).  Carat: Collaborative Energy Bug Detection.
Guz, U., Tur G., Hakkani-Tür D., & Cuendet S. (2010).  Cascaded Model Adaptation for Dialog Act Segmentation and Tagging. Journal of Computer Speech and Language. 24(2), 289-306.
Akkus, I. Ekin, & Weaver N. (2015).  The Case for a General and Interaction-Based Third-Party Cookie Policy.
Shriberg, E., & Stolcke A. (2008).  The Case for Automatic Higher-Level Features in Forensic Speaker Recognition. 1509-1512.
Fillmore, C. J. (1968).  The Case for Case. 1-88.
Fillmore, C. J. (1977).  The Case for Case Reopened. 59-81.
Tan, Z., Waterman A., Cook H., Bird S., Asanović K., & Patterson D. (2010).  A Case for FAME: FPGA Architecture Model Execution. 290-301.

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