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Contributed Paper Awards


 Applications Development  Planning and Support
 Business Intelligence and Analytics  Posters
 Coders' Corner  Reporting & Information Visualization
 Data Integration  SAS® Enterprise Guide® - Implementation and Usage
 Data Mining and Text Analytics  Social Media & Networking
 Management  Statistics and Data Analysis
 Operations Research  Systems Architecture
(Due to the varying number of sessions, some sections have more than "Best Paper".)



Applications Development

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 014-2011
Macro Design Automation Tool (MDAT): A Methodology for Storing Macro Design Information, Generating Documentation and Code Templates, and Automating Parameter Validation,
Richard L. Schneck, Mindy Rodgers

Honorable Mention


Paper: 005-2011
While You Were Sleeping, SAS® Was Hard at Work,
Andrea Wainwright-Zimmerman

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Business Intelligence and Analytics

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 433-2011
Measures, Members and Sets, Oh My! Advanced OLAP Techniques,
Stephen Overton, Bryan Stines

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Coders' Corner

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 074-2011
Creating a Microsoft Excel Report: A Comparison of the Different Techniques,
Romain Miralles

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Data Integration

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 145-2011
Base SAS® Methods for Building Dimensional Data Models,
Christopher W. Schacherer

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Data Mining and Text Analytics

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 149-2011
Genetic Algorithm Optimization for Selecting the Best Architecture of a Multi-Layer Perceptron Neural Network: A Credit Scoring Case,
Alejandro Correa, Andres F. Gonzalez, Camilo Ladino

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Management

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 190-2011
Managing Your SAS® Assets,
Stephanie Thompson

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Operations Research

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 198-2011
The Final Frontier: A SAS® Approach to Data Envelopment Analysis,
Sabah Sadiq

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Planning and Support

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 206-2011
Making SAS® Training Stick,
Christopher J. Bost

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Posters

Best Contributed Papers


Paper: 229-2011
Performance Benchmark with SAS® 8.2, 9.1.3, and 9.2 on UNIX SPARC Architectures,
Edmond Cheng



Video

Paper: 221-2011
Giving High School Students the Power to Know: SAS Programming and 21st Century,
Sharon T. Jones

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Reporting and Information Visualization

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 293-2011
Absolutely Fabulous: Tips on Creating a Publication-Ready Report Using ODS Absolute Layout Functionality,
Gina Huff, Tuesdi Helbig, Chris James

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SAS® Enterprise Guide® - Implementation and Usage

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 314-2011
SAS® Enterprise Guide® Options: Let the Tools Work for You,
Harsha M. Kotian, Susan M. Jumper

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Social Media & Networking

Best Contributed Paper


Paper: 322-2011
Why Government Can Take the Lead in Fighting Fraud, and Use the SAS® Fraud Framework,
Carl Hammersburg

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Statistics and Data Analysis

Best Contributed Papers


Paper: 335-2011
Modeling Percentage Outcomes: The %Beta_Regresion Macro,
Christopher J. Swearingen, Maria S. Melguizo Castro, Zoran Bursac


Paper: 339-2011
Studying Missing Data Patterns Using a SAS® Macro,
Theresa Schwartz, Qixuan Chen, Naihua Duan

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Systems Architecture

Best Contributed Papers


Paper: 364-2011
What Happens When You Push the Easy Button®? Migrating to SAS® 9.2,
Faron Kincheloe


Paper: 415-2011
Maintenance for the Minimalist A SAS Administrator's Guide to Supporting a Windows SAS Metadata Environment,
Laura Liotus

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