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XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
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Travelled to:
1 × Brazil
1 × Canada
3 × China
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
Y.Yang X.Li Z.Zheng T.Wu S.Ji Y.Wang J.Song G.Xu C.Chen J.Bian Y.Chang A.Dong
Talks about:
analysi (3) rank (3) web (3) function (2) classif (2) robust (2) recurs (2) method (2) featur (2) loss (2)

Person: Fan Li


Contributed to:

SIGIR 20112011
CIKM 20102010
CIKM 20092009
SIGIR 20092009
CASE 20072007
HCI/OCSC 20072007
SAC 20052005
SIGIR 20052005
ICML 20032003
CASE 20172017

Wrote 10 papers:

SIGIR-2011-Li #graph #learning
Learning for graphs with annotated edges (FL), pp. 1259–1260.
CIKM-2010-LiLBZ #optimisation #ranking #web
Optimizing unified loss for web ranking specialization (FL, XL, JB, ZZ), pp. 1593–1596.
CIKM-2009-LiLJZCD #evaluation #ranking #robust #web
Incorporating robustness into web ranking evaluation (XL, FL, SJ, ZZ, YC, AD), pp. 2007–2010.
SIGIR-2009-LiLJZ #ranking #robust #web
Comparing both relevance and robustness in selection of web ranking functions (FL, XL, SJ, ZZ), pp. 648–649.
CASE-2007-LiW #analysis #approach #reliability
An Importance Sampling Based Approach for Reliability Analysis (FL, TW), pp. 956–961.
OCSC-2007-WangLS #community #open source #overview #perspective
Open Source Communities in China (Mainland): An Overview (YW, FL, JS), pp. 465–474.
SAC-2005-LiY #classification #predict #recursion #using
Using recursive classification to discover predictive features (FL, YY), pp. 1054–1058.
SIGIR-2005-LiY #analysis #recursion
Analysis of recursive feature elimination methods (FL, YY), pp. 633–634.
ICML-2003-LiY #analysis #categorisation #classification
A Loss Function Analysis for Classification Methods in Text Categorization (FL, YY), pp. 472–479.
CASE-2017-XuLC #data analysis #performance
Local AIS data analytics for efficient operation management in Vessel Traffic Service (GX, FL, CHC), pp. 1668–1672.

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