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  • Keeping data doppelgangers in synch
  • How Alibaba’s OceanBase manages multi-replica consistency for distributed relational databases
  • 2018-05-08     Yang Zhifeng(杨志丰)
  • Evolved Branch Management with AoneFlow
  • Automation and new branch management processes are revolutionizing software development
  • 2018-05-03     LinFan(林帆)
  • Enhancing Capacity Planning Through Full-scale Stress Testing
  • The Alibaba Tech Team’s “nuclear weapon” in testing technology
  • 2018-05-02     Zhang Jun(张军)
  • Three Top SQL Server Backup Types
  • In the Data Technology era, keeping data safe is more important than ever before
  • 2018-05-01     WangJianming(汪建明)
  • Rising through the Ranks
  • Multi-scenario search result ranking is better at finding users what they want, however they’re looking for it
  • 2018-04-26     Academic Alibaba
  • Beyond Keywords and Relevance
  • Alibaba’s personalized Ad retrieval framework in E-commerce sponsored search
  • 2018-04-25     Academic Alibaba
  • Countering Crowdturfing
  • How to Identify Inauthentic “Add to Favorites” Activity in e-Commerce
  • 2018-04-24     HanKong(涵空)
  • Speaking Up: Optimizing Large Vocabulary Speech Recognition Systems
  • This article is part of the Academic Alibaba series and is taken from the paper entitled “Deep-FSMN for Large Vocabulary Continuous Speech Recognition” by Shiliang Zhang, Ming Lei, Zhijie Yan, and Lirong Dai, accepted by IEEE ICASSP 2018. The full paper can be read here.
  • 2018-04-20     Academic Alibaba
  • Reading Aloud: Sequential Memory for Speech Synthesis
  • This article is part of the Academic Alibaba series and is taken from the paper entitled “Deep Feed-forward Sequential Memory Networks for Speech Synthesis” by Mengxiao Bi, Heng Lu, Shiliang Zhang, Ming Lei, and Zhijie Yan, accepted by IEEE ICASSP 2018. The full paper can be read here.
  • 2018-04-18     Academic Alibaba
  • Lost for Words: Speech Synthesis with Limited Data Using Linear Networks
  • This article is part of the Academic Alibaba series and is taken from the paper entitled “Linear Networks Based Speaker Adaptation for Speech Synthesis” by Zhiying Huang, Heng Lu, Ming Lei, Zhijie Yan, accepted by IEEE ICASSP 2018. The full paper can be read here.
  • 2018-04-17     Academic Alibaba
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