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Open Knowledge
XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
email twitter
Travelled to:
1 × Australia
1 × Canada
1 × China
1 × France
1 × United Kingdom
2 × USA
Collaborated with:
J.Caverlee K.Y.Kamath J.McGee K.Lee D.Z.Sui H.Barthwal V.Bachani Y.Liang B.Eoff C.Hsu
Talks about:
social (5) media (5) base (5) locat (4) communiti (2) strength (2) influenc (2) approach (2) twitter (2) spatial (2)

Person: Zhiyuan Cheng

DBLP DBLP: Cheng:Zhiyuan

Contributed to:

SIGIR 20142014
CIKM 20132013
HT 20132013
CIKM 20122012
CIKM 20112011
SIGIR 20112011
CIKM 20102010

Wrote 9 papers:

SIGIR-2014-ChengCBB #approach #twitter
Who is the barbecue king of texas?: a geo-spatial approach to finding local experts on twitter (ZC, JC, HB, VB), pp. 335–344.
CIKM-2013-McGeeCC #predict #social #social media
Location prediction in social media based on tie strength (JM, JC, ZC), pp. 459–468.
HT-2013-LiangCCK #how #modelling #social #social media
How big is the crowd?: event and location based population modeling in social media (YL, JC, ZC, KYK), pp. 99–108.
CIKM-2012-KamathCCS #community #modelling #social #social media
Spatial influence vs. community influence: modeling the global spread of social media (KYK, JC, ZC, DZS), pp. 962–971.
CIKM-2011-ChengCKL #towards #web
Toward traffic-driven location-based web search (ZC, JC, KYK, KL), pp. 805–814.
CIKM-2011-LeeCCS #detection #social #social media
Content-driven detection of campaigns in social media (KL, JC, ZC, DZS), pp. 551–556.
CIKM-2011-McGeeCC #social #social media
A geographic study of tie strength in social media (JM, JC, ZC), pp. 2333–2336.
SIGIR-2011-CaverleeCEHKM #monitoring #named #realtime #web
CrowdTracker: enabling community-based real-time web monitoring (JC, ZC, BE, CFH, KYK, JM), pp. 1283–1284.
CIKM-2010-ChengCL #approach #twitter
You are where you tweet: a content-based approach to geo-locating twitter users (ZC, JC, KL), pp. 759–768.

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