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XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
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Travelled to:
1 × Australia
1 × Chile
1 × Ireland
1 × Portugal
1 × Singapore
1 × South Africa
2 × France
3 × China
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
S.Ma Y.Liu Y.Zhang K.Zhang L.Ru Y.Wang X.Ye K.Wang K.Zhou Y.Zhang A.Cui J.Nie Y.Choi K.Ogata C.Wang S.Huo C.Wang Z.Liu H.Zhang Y.Fu R.Xiang G.Lai Q.Xing C.Wei R.Cen B.Zhou Y.Chen J.Tang J.Sun X.Zhu M.Zheng J.Qian L.Yang D.Hou M.Kan T.Sakai Z.Dou T.Yamamoto M.P.Kato R.Song M.Iwata
Talks about:
model (7) base (6) search (5) user (5) sentiment (4) click (4) web (4) result (3) level (3) framework (2)

Person: Min Zhang

DBLP DBLP: Zhang:Min

Contributed to:

SIGIR 20152015
CIKM 20142014
SIGIR 20142014
WRLA 20142014
CIKM 20132013
HT 20132013
SIGIR 20132013
CIKM 20122012
SIGIR 20122012
TPDL 20122012
ICSE 20102010
CIKM 20092009
CIKM 20082008
SIGIR 20082008
CIKM 20072007
TOOLS Asia 20002000

Wrote 22 papers:

SIGIR-2015-LiuCTS0MZ #predict
Different Users, Different Opinions: Predicting Search Satisfaction with Mouse Movement Information (YL, YC, JT, JS, MZ, SM, XZ), pp. 493–502.
SIGIR-2015-LiuLZ0M #web
Influence of Vertical Result in Web Search Examination (ZL, YL, KZ, MZ, SM), pp. 193–202.
CIKM-2014-Huo0LM #performance #query
Improving Tail Query Performance by Fusion Model (SH, MZ, YL, SM), pp. 559–568.
CIKM-2014-LiuWZNZM #web
From Skimming to Reading: A Two-stage Examination Model for Web Search (YL, CW, KZ, JYN, MZ, SM), pp. 849–858.
CIKM-2014-ZhangZZLM #comprehension #constraints #matrix
Understanding the Sparsity: Augmented Matrix Factorization with Sampled Constraints on Unobservables (YZ, MZ, YZ, YL, SM), pp. 1189–1198.
SIGIR-2014-ZhangL0ZLM #analysis #modelling #recommendation #sentiment
Explicit factor models for explainable recommendation based on phrase-level sentiment analysis (YZ, GL, MZ, YZ, YL, SM), pp. 83–92.
SIGIR-2014-ZhangZ0LM #classification #overview #sentiment
Do users rate or review?: boost phrase-level sentiment labeling with review-level sentiment classification (YZ, HZ, MZ, YL, SM), pp. 1027–1030.
WRLA-2014-ZhangCO #framework #semantics #standard #𝕂
A Formal Semantics of the OSEK/VDX Standard in 𝕂 Framework and Its Applications (MZ, YC, KO), pp. 280–296.
CIKM-2013-XingLNZMZ #modelling
Incorporating user preferences into click models (QX, YL, JYN, MZ, SM, KZ), pp. 1301–1310.
HT-2013-ZhangZLM #collaboration #framework #matrix
A general collaborative filtering framework based on matrix bordered block diagonal forms (YZ, MZ, YL, SM), pp. 219–224.
SIGIR-2013-SakaiDYLZKSI #mining #summary #topic
Summary of the NTCIR-10 INTENT-2 task: subtopic mining and search result diversification (TS, ZD, TY, YL, MZ, MPK, RS, MI), pp. 761–764.
SIGIR-2013-WangLZMZQZ #modelling
Incorporating vertical results into search click models (CW, YL, MZ, SM, MZ, JQ, KZ), pp. 503–512.
SIGIR-2013-ZhangZLM #collaboration #matrix
Improve collaborative filtering through bordered block diagonal form matrices (YZ, MZ, YL, SM), pp. 313–322.
CIKM-2012-CuiZLMZ #twitter
Discover breaking events with popular hashtags in twitter (AC, MZ, YL, SM, KZ), pp. 1794–1798.
SIGIR-2012-WeiLZMRZ #novel #web
Fighting against web spam: a novel propagation method based on click-through data (CW, YL, MZ, SM, LR, KZ), pp. 395–404.
TPDL-2012-CuiYHKLZM #named #web
PrEV: Preservation Explorer and Vault for Web 2.0 User-Generated Content (AC, LY, DH, MYK, YL, MZ, SM), pp. 101–112.
ICSE-2010-WangZ #case study #development #multi #policy
Penalty policies in professional software development practice: a multi-method field study (YW, MZ), pp. 39–47.
Exploring relevance for clicks (RC, YL, MZ, BZ, LR, SM), pp. 1847–1850.
CIKM-2008-WangZRM #automation #online #ranking #topic #using
Automatic online news topic ranking using media focus and user attention based on aging theory (CW, MZ, LR, SM), pp. 1033–1042.
SIGIR-2008-ZhangY #generative #retrieval #sentiment #topic
A generation model to unify topic relevance and lexicon-based sentiment for opinion retrieval (MZ, XY), pp. 411–418.
CIKM-2007-FuXLZM #formal method
A CDD-based formal model for expert finding (YF, RX, YL, MZ, SM), pp. 881–884.
TOOLS-ASIA-2000-ZhangW #design pattern #implementation #object-oriented #undo #using
Implementing Undo/Redo in PDF Studio Using Object-Oriented Design Pattern (MZ, KW), pp. 58–64.

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