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Greenberg, S., & Chang S. (2000).  Linguistic Dissection of Switchboard-Corpus Automatic Speech Recognition Systems. Proceedings of the ISCA Workshop on Automatic Speech Recognition: Challenges for the New Millennium.
Greenberg, S., Poeppel D.., & Roberts T.. (1997).  A Space-Time Theory of Pitch and Timbre Based on Cortical Expansion of the Cochlea Traveling Wave Delay. Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Hearing.
Greenberg, S. (1998).  Recognition in a New Key - Towards a Science of Spoken Language. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP 1998). 1041-1045.
Greenberg, S., Chang S., & Hitchcock L. (2001).  The Relation Between Stress Accent and Vocalic Identity in Spontaneous American English Discourse. Proceedings of ISCA Workshop on Prosody in Speech Recognition and Understanding.
Greenberg, S., & Fosler-Lussier E. (2000).  The Uninvited Guest: Information's Role in Guiding the Production of Spontaneous Speech. Proceedings of the Crest Workshop on Models of Speech Production: Motor Planning and Articulatory Modelling.
Greenberg, S. (1997).  On the Origins of Speech Intelligibility in the Real World. Proceedings of the ESCA Workshop of Robust Speech Recognition. 23-32.
Greenberg, S., & Arai T. (2001).  The Relation Between Speech Intelligibility and the Complex Modulation Spectrum. Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Eurospeech 2001).
Greenspon, M. C. (1992).  Ring Array Processor: Programmer's Guide to the RAP Libraries.
Greenstein, B., Estrin D., Govindan R., Ratnasamy S., & Shenker S. (2003).  DIFS: A Distributed Index for Features in Sensor Networks. Proceedings of the First IEEE Workshop on Sensor Networks Protocols and Applications 2003 (SNPA). 163-173.
Greenstein, B., Estrin D., Govindan R., Ratnasamy S., & Shenker S. (2003).  DIFS: A Distributed Index for Features in Sensor Networks. Elsevier Journal of Ad Hoc Networks. 1,
Greenwald, A., Friedman E., & Shenker S. (2001).  Learning in Network Contexts: Experimental Results from Simulations. Games and Economic Behavior. 35(1), 80-123.
Grier, C., Ballard L., Caballero J., Chachra N., Dietrich C. J., Levchenko K., et al. (2012).  Manufacturing Compromise: The Emergence of Exploit-as-a-Service. 821-832.
Grier, C., Thomas K., Paxson V., & Zhang M. (2010).  @spam: The Underground on 140 Characters or Less. 27-37.
Griesemer, R. (1994).  Detection of Side-Effects in Function Procedures.
Grigoriev, D. Yu., Karpinski M., & Odlyzko A. M. (1991).  Short Proofs for Nondivisibility of Sparse Polynomials under the Extended Riemann Hypothesis.
Grigoriev, D. Yu., Karpinski M., & Yao A. C. (1995).  An Exponential Lower Bound on the Size of Algebraic Decision Trees for MAX.
Grigoriev, D. Yu., Karpinski M., & Vorobjov N. (1993).  Lower Bounds on Testing Membership to a Polyhedron by Algebraic Decision Trees.
Grigoriev, D. Yu., & Karpinski M. (1991).  Algorithms for Sparse Rational Interpolation.
Grigoriev, D. Yu., Karpinski M., & Singer M. F. (1990).  Interpolation of Sparse Rational Functions Without Knowing Bounds on Exponents.
Grigoriev, D. Yu., & Karpinski M. (1996).  Randomized ?(n^2) Lower Bound for Knapsack.
Grigoriev, D. Yu., & Karpinski M. (1991).  An Approximation Algorithm for the Number of Zeros of Arbitrary Polynomials over GF[q].
Grigoriev, D. Yu., & Karpinski M. (1993).  Lower Bounds on Complexity of Testing Membership to a Polygon for Algebraic and Randomized Decision Trees.
Grigoriev, D. Yu., Karpinski M., & Singer M. F. (1991).  Computational Complexity of Sparse Rational Interpolation.
Grigoriev, D. Yu., Karpinski M., der Heide F. Meyer auf, & Smolensky R. (1995).  A Lower Bound for Randomized Algebraic Decision Trees.
Guadarrama, S., Rodner E., Saenko K., & Darrell T. (2015).  Understanding object descriptions in robotics by open-vocabulary object retrieval and detection. The International Journal of Robotics Research. 35(1-3), 265-280.

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