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VerilogEval: Evaluating Large Language Models for Verilog Code
  Generation
VerilogEval: Evaluating Large Language Models for Verilog Code Generation

By: Mingjie Liu, Nathaniel Pinckney, Brucek Khailany, Haoxing Ren

Adaptive approximation of monotone functions
Adaptive approximation of monotone functions

By: Pierre Gaillard Thoth, S√©bastien Gerchinovitz IMT, √Čtienne de Montbrun TSE-R

How is ChatGPT's behavior changing over time?
How is ChatGPT's behavior changing over time?

By: Lingjiao Chen, Matei Zaharia, James Zou

An Examination of Wearable Sensors and Video Data Capture for Human
  Exercise Classification
An Examination of Wearable Sensors and Video Data Capture for Human Exercise Classification

By: Ashish Singh, Antonio Bevilacqua, Timilehin B. Aderinola, Thach Le Nguyen, Darragh Whelan, Martin O'Reilly, Brian Caulfield, Georgiana Ifrim

Quantum circuit for the fast Fourier transform
Quantum circuit for the fast Fourier transform

By: Ryo Asaka, Kazumitsu Sakai, Ryoko Yahagi

Large Language Models
Large Language Models

By: Michael R. Douglas

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