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XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
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Travelled to:
1 × Cyprus
1 × Germany
1 × Italy
1 × The Netherlands
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
T.R.Ioerger D.H.Widyantoro R.A.Volz W.A.Tiao X.F.Liu B.Sun P.Mitra H.Zha D.Zhou Y.Zhang D.Xu S.Oh Z.Lei C.L.Giles
Talks about:
multi (3) interest (2) imprecis (2) segment (2) weight (2) requir (2) topic (2) chang (2) align (2) agent (2)

Person: John Yen


Contributed to:

SIGIR 20072007
CIKM 20062006
SAC 20042004
CIKM 20032003
SEKE 20022002
CIKM 19991999
RE 19971997
ICSE 19961996
JCDL 20122012

Wrote 9 papers:

SIGIR-2007-SunMGYZ #detection #documentation #multi #segmentation #topic
Topic segmentation with shared topic detection and alignment of multiple documents (BS, PM, CLG, JY, HZ), pp. 199–206.
CIKM-2006-SunZZY #multi #segmentation
Multi-task text segmentation and alignment based on weighted mutual information (BS, DZ, HZ, JY), pp. 846–847.
SAC-2004-ZhangVlY #approach #communication #design #multi
A decision-theoretic approach for designing proactive communication in multi-agent teamwork (YZ, RAV, TRI, JY), pp. 64–71.
Tracking changes in user interests with a few relevance judgments (DHW, TRI, JY), pp. 548–551.
SEKE-2002-XuVIY #behaviour #modelling #multi #using #verification
Modeling and verifying multi-agent behaviors using predicate/transition nets (DX, RAV, TRI, JY), pp. 193–200.
CIKM-1999-WidyantoroIY #adaptation #algorithm #learning
An Adaptive Algorithm for Learning Changes in User Interests (DHW, TRI, JY), pp. 405–412.
RE-1997-YenT #analysis #requirements #trade-off
A Systematic Tradeoff Analysis for Conflicting Imprecise Requirements (JY, WAT), p. 87–?.
ICSE-1996-LiuY #framework #requirements #specification
An Analytic Framework for Specifying and Analyzing Imprecise Requirements (XFL, JY), pp. 60–69.
JCDL-2012-OhLMY #ranking #using
Evaluating and ranking patents using weighted citations (SO, ZL, PM, JY), pp. 281–284.

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