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Travelled to:
1 × Australia
1 × Greece
1 × Ireland
1 × Italy
1 × Japan
1 × Korea
1 × Spain
9 × USA
Collaborated with:
U.Dayal R.Ladin M.Castellanos R.Ghosh V.Tam W.Yang S.E.Madnick H.D.Kim C.Zhai W.Wang E.Pinsky P.A.Bernstein B.Mann A.Mukherjee B.Liu T.A.Rietz D.Diermeier H.Garcia-Molina B.Kao M.Shan Z.Chen C.P.Sayers A.Simitsis G.Koutrika A.G.Gonzalez D.T.Cantu J.Han J.Pei B.Mortazavi-Asl Q.Chen A.Kumar J.Wang C.C.Limon S.K.Cha P.Anandan C.Mohan R.Rastogi V.Sikka H.C.Young S.Prasad A.Fard V.Gupta J.Martinez J.LeFevre V.Xu I.Roy M.Dekhil Y.Lu L.Zhang M.Schreiman
Talks about:
databas (6) topic (4) model (4) data (4) transact (3) use (3) challeng (2) textual (2) predict (2) pattern (2)

Person: Meichun Hsu

DBLP DBLP: Hsu:Meichun

Contributed to:

SIGMOD 20152015
CIKM 20132013
KDD 20132013
SIGIR 20132013
SIGMOD 20132013
CIKM 20122012
SIGMOD 20112011
VLDB 20062006
VLDB 20012001
KDD 20002000
SIGMOD 19931993
PODS 19911991
VLDB 19911991
PODS 19901990
SIGMOD 19901990
VLDB 19861986
PODS 19831983

Wrote 19 papers:

SIGMOD-2015-PrasadFGMLXHR #data transfer #distributed #performance #predict #scalability
Large-scale Predictive Analytics in Vertica: Fast Data Transfer, Distributed Model Creation, and In-database Prediction (SP, AF, VG, JM, JL, VX, MH, IR), pp. 1657–1668.
CIKM-2013-ChenMLHCG #topic #using
Discovering coherent topics using general knowledge (ZC, AM, BL, MH, MC, RG), pp. 209–218.
CIKM-2013-KimCHZRD #feedback #mining #modelling #topic
Mining causal topics in text data: iterative topic modeling with time series feedback (HDK, MC, MH, CZ, TAR, DD), pp. 885–890.
KDD-2013-MukherjeeKLWHCG #behaviour #using
Spotting opinion spammers using behavioral footprints (AM, AK, BL, JW, MH, MC, RG), pp. 632–640.
SIGIR-2013-KimCHZDG #ranking #summary
Ranking explanatory sentences for opinion summarization (HDK, MC, MH, CZ, UD, RG), pp. 1069–1072.
The farm: where pig scripts are bred and raised (CPS, AS, GK, AGG, DTC, MH), pp. 1025–1028.
CIKM-2012-KimZRDHCL #mining #named #topic
InCaToMi: integrative causal topic miner between textual and non-textual time series data (HDK, CZ, TAR, DD, MH, MC, CCL), pp. 2689–2691.
SIGMOD-2011-CastellanosDHGDLZS #analysis #framework #named #platform #social
LCI: a social channel analysis platform for live customer intelligence (MC, UD, MH, RG, MD, YL, LZ, MS), pp. 1049–1058.
VLDB-2006-ChaAHMRSY #challenge #community #database #named
Globalization: Challenges to Database Community (SKC, PA, MH, CM, RR, VS, HCY), p. 1140.
VLDB-2001-DayalHL #coordination #process #roadmap #state of the art
Business Process Coordination: State of the Art, Trends, and Open Issues (UD, MH, RL), pp. 3–13.
KDD-2000-HanPMCDH #mining #named
FreeSpan: frequent pattern-projected sequential pattern mining (JH, JP, BMA, QC, UD, MH), pp. 355–359.
SIGMOD-1993-DayalGHKS #challenge #database #generative #monitoring
Third Generation TP Monitors: A Database Challenge (UD, HGM, MH, BK, MCS), pp. 393–397.
PODS-1991-WangPH #database #modelling
Modeling Hot Spots In Database Systems (WhW, EP, MH), pp. 82–91.
VLDB-1991-DayalHL #process #transaction
A Transactional Model for Long-Running Activities (UD, MH, RL), pp. 113–122.
PODS-1990-TamH #fine-grained #migration #transaction
Token Transactions: Managing Fine-Grained Migration of Data (VOT, MH), pp. 344–356.
SIGMOD-1990-BernsteinHM #implementation #using
Implementing Recoverable Requests Using Queues (PAB, MH, BM), pp. 112–122.
SIGMOD-1990-DayalHL #process #transaction
Organizing Long-Running Activities with Triggers and Transactions (UD, MH, RL), pp. 204–214.
VLDB-1986-HsuY #concurrent
Concurrent Operations in Extendible Hashing (MH, WPY), pp. 241–247.
PODS-1983-HsuM #composition #concurrent #database
Hierarchical Database Decomposition — A Technique for Database Concurrency Control (MH, SEM), pp. 182–191.

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