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XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
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Travelled to:
1 × Brazil
1 × Germany
1 × Switzerland
1 × United Kingdom
2 × Ireland
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
W.B.Croft J.Jeon Y.Lee J.S.Ahn J.Chang S.Kim K.Kim C.Faloutsos J.Seo K.H.Kim S.Park W.Y.Kim M.Kim
Talks about:
question (3) retriev (3) boolean (3) answer (3) framework (2) properti (2) similar (2) extend (2) find (2) base (2)

Person: Joon Ho Lee

DBLP DBLP: Lee:Joon_Ho

Contributed to:

CIKM 20112011
ECIR 20112011
SIGIR 20062006
CIKM 20052005
SIGIR 20052005
SIGIR 19961996
SIGIR 19951995
SIGIR 19941994
SIGIR 19931993
SIGIR 19891989

Wrote 10 papers:

CIKM-2011-KimKFL #analysis
Spectral analysis of a blogosphere (SWK, KNK, CF, JHL), pp. 2145–2148.
Smoothing Click Counts for Aggregated Vertical Search (JS, WBC, KHK, JHL), pp. 387–398.
SIGIR-2006-JeonCLP #framework #predict #quality
A framework to predict the quality of answers with non-textual features (JJ, WBC, JHL, SP), pp. 228–235.
CIKM-2005-JeonCL #scalability
Finding similar questions in large question and answer archives (JJ, WBC, JHL), pp. 84–90.
SIGIR-2005-JeonCL #semantics
Finding semantically similar questions based on their answers (JJ, WBC, JHL), pp. 617–618.
SIGIR-1996-LeeA #n-gram #retrieval #using
Using n-Grams for Korean Text Retrieval (JHL, JSA), pp. 216–224.
SIGIR-1995-Lee #multi
Combining Multiple Evidence from Different Properties of Weighting Schemes (JHL), pp. 180–188.
SIGIR-1994-Lee #information retrieval #modelling
Properties of Extended Boolean Models in Information Retrieval (JHL), pp. 182–190.
SIGIR-1993-LeeKKL #evaluation #framework #on the #retrieval
On the Evaluation of Boolean Operators in the Extended Boolean Retrieval Framework (JHL, WYK, MHK, YJL), pp. 291–297.
SIGIR-1989-ChangLL #clustering #data access #multi
Multikey Access Methods Based on Term Discrimination and Signature Clustering (JWC, JHL, YJL), pp. 176–185.

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