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Travelled to:
1 × Australia
1 × Austria
1 × Canada
1 × China
1 × Czech Republic
1 × Germany
1 × Israel
1 × Italy
1 × Korea
1 × Switzerland
1 × Taiwan
1 × Turkey
14 × USA
4 × France
Collaborated with:
P.M.B.Vitányi T.Jiang Y.Yesha B.Ma M.J.Kearns L.Wang M.B.Dias W.El-Deredy P.J.G.Lisboa S.Narayanan X.Zhu E.A.Rundensteiner T.B.Le D.Lo F.T.S.Chan Z.Wang Q.Zeng W.Jone Z.Yang H.Ai J.Hartmanis M.Wei K.T.Claypool T.G.Yip P.Yeung D.Dressler D.Zhan Y.Li Z.Zhou C.Long H.Buhrman L.Pitt L.G.Valiant I.H.Jarman Y.Cao S.Baang S.Liu S.Hu D.Locher X.Zhang Y.Hao D.R.Cheriton C.H.Bennett P.Gács W.H.Zurek A.Blum J.Tromp M.Yannakakis M.Liu D.Golovnya Y.Zheng X.Yi R.Li Z.Shan E.Chang T.Li T.Erickson Y.Kim A.Deshpande S.Sahu T.Chao P.Sukaviriya M.R.Naphade S.Wang H.Su S.Yang D.Ditto M.Mani L.Chen X.Zhang C.Natarajan J.Jin S.D.Lima S.Weiner
Talks about:
complex (5) system (4) inform (4) base (4) recommend (3) distanc (3) new (3) probabilist (2) kolmogorov (2) shortest (2)

Person: Ming Li


Contributed to:

ICSME 20152015
KDD 20152015
CASE 20142014
CHI 20132013
DATE 20112011
ICPR 20102010
ICML 20092009
KDD 20092009
SIGMOD 20092009
CIKM 20082008
ICPR 20082008
RecSys 20082008
KDD 20072007
RecSys 20072007
DAC 20062006
ICPR v3 20062006
VLDB 20062006
STOC 20002000
ICALP 19991999
SIGMOD 19991999
STOC 19991999
ICALP 19941994
STOC 19931993
ICALP 19921992
STOC 19911991
ICALP 19891989
STOC 19881988
ICALP 19871987
STOC 19871987
ICALP 19861986
STOC 19861986

Wrote 34 papers:

ICSME-2015-LeLL #fault #feature model
Constrained feature selection for localizing faults (TDBL, DL, ML), pp. 501–505.
KDD-2015-ZhengYLLSCL #big data #fine-grained #quality
Forecasting Fine-Grained Air Quality Based on Big Data (YZ, XY, ML, RL, ZS, EC, TL), pp. 2267–2276.
CASE-2014-LiCW #policy #robust
A robust (r, Q) policy for a simple VMI system with inventory inaccuracy and time-delay (ML, FTSC, ZW), pp. 652–657.
CHI-2013-EricksonLKDSCSN #evaluation #feedback
The dubuque electricity portal: evaluation of a city-scale residential electricity consumption feedback system (TE, ML, YK, AD, SS, TC, PS, MRN), pp. 1203–1212.
DATE-2011-YipYLD #challenge #design #memory management #mobile
Challenges in designing high speed memory subsystem for mobile applications (TGY, PY, ML, DD), pp. 509–510.
ICPR-2010-LiN #robust
Robust ECG Biometrics by Fusing Temporal and Cepstral Information (ML, SN), pp. 1326–1329.
ICML-2009-ZhanLLZ #learning #metric #using
Learning instance specific distances using metric propagation (DCZ, ML, YFL, ZHZ), pp. 1225–1232.
KDD-2009-LiDJEL #random #recommendation
Grocery shopping recommendations based on basket-sensitive random walk (ML, MBD, IHJ, WED, PJGL), pp. 1215–1224.
Supporting a spectrum of out-of-order event processing technologies: from aggressive to conservative methodologies (MW, ML, ML, DG, EAR, KTC), pp. 1031–1034.
Information shared by many objects (CL, XZ, ML, BM), pp. 1213–1220.
ICPR-2008-CaoBLLH #classification #word
Audio-visual event classification via spatial-temporal-audio words (YC, SB, SHL, ML, SH), pp. 1–5.
RecSys-2008-DiasLLEL #case study #personalisation #recommendation
The value of personalised recommender systems to e-business: a case study (MBD, DL, ML, WED, PJGL), pp. 291–294.
KDD-2007-ZhangHZLC #distance
Information distance from a question to an answer (XZ, YH, XZ, ML, DRC), pp. 874–883.
RecSys-2007-LiDEL #probability #recommendation
A probabilistic model for item-based recommender systems (ML, MBD, WED, PJGL), pp. 129–132.
DAC-2006-LiZJ #concurrent #named #network #proximity
DyXY: a proximity congestion-aware deadlock-free dynamic routing method for network on chip (ML, QAZ, WBJ), pp. 849–852.
ICPR-v3-2006-YangLA #automation #case study #classification #gender
An Experimental Study on Automatic Face Gender Classification (ZY, ML, HA), pp. 1099–1102.
VLDB-2006-WangSLWYDRM #named #optimisation #query #runtime #semantics #xml
R-SOX: Runtime Semantic Query Optimization over XML Streams (SW, HS, ML, MW, SY, DD, EAR, MM), pp. 1207–1210.
STOC-2000-LiMW #multi #polynomial
Near optimal multiple alignment within a band in polynomial time (ML, BM, LW), pp. 425–434.
New Applications of the Incompressibility Method (HB, TJ, ML, PMBV), pp. 220–229.
ICALP-1999-JiangLV #complexity
Average-Case Complexity of Shellsort (TJ, ML, PMBV), pp. 453–462.
SIGMOD-1999-RundensteinerCLCZNJLW #named
SERF: ODMG-Based Generic Re-structuring Facility (EAR, KTC, ML, LC, XZ, CN, JJ, SDL, SW), pp. 568–570.
STOC-1999-LiMW #string
Finding Similar Regions in Many Strings (ML, BM, LW), pp. 473–482.
ICALP-1994-JiangL #approximate #on the #sequence
On the Approximation of Shortest Common Supersequences and Longest Common Subsequences (TJ, ML), pp. 191–202.
STOC-1993-BennettGLVZ #distance
Thermodynamics of computation and information distance (CHB, PG, ML, PMBV, WHZ), pp. 21–30.
STOC-1993-JiangL #string
k one-way heads cannot do string-matching (TJ, ML), pp. 62–70.
ICALP-1992-LiV #complexity
Philosophical Issues in Kolmogorov Complexity (ML, PMBV), pp. 1–15.
STOC-1991-BlumJLTY #approximate #linear #string
Linear Approximation of Shortest Superstrings (AB, TJ, ML, JT, MY), pp. 328–336.
ICALP-1989-LiV #concurrent #how
How to Share Concurrent Asynchronous Wait-Free Variables (ML, PMBV), pp. 488–505.
ICALP-1989-LiV89a #approach #complexity #formal method
A New Approach to Formal Language Theory by Kolmogorov Complexity (ML, PMBV), pp. 506–520.
STOC-1988-KearnsL #fault #learning
Learning in the Presence of Malicious Errors (MJK, ML), pp. 267–280.
ICALP-1987-LiY #complexity #parallel #probability #symmetry
The Probabilistic and Deterministic Parallel Complexity of Symmetric Functions (ML, YY), pp. 326–335.
STOC-1987-KearnsLPV #on the
On the Learnability of Boolean Formulae (MJK, ML, LP, LGV), pp. 285–295.
ICALP-1986-HartmanisLY #complexity #set
Containment, Separation, Complete Sets, and Immunity of Complexity Classes (JH, ML, YY), pp. 136–145.
STOC-1986-LiY #bound #parallel
New Lower Bounds for Parallel Computation (ML, YY), pp. 177–187.

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