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EMNLP
2006
13 years 6 months ago
Random Indexing using Statistical Weight Functions
Random Indexing is a vector space technique that provides an efficient and scalable approximation to distributional similarity problems. We present experiments showing Random Inde...
James Gorman, James R. Curran
WWW
2006
ACM
14 years 6 months ago
Random sampling from a search engine's index
We revisit a problem introduced by Bharat and Broder almost a decade ago: how to sample random pages from the corpus of documents indexed by a search engine, using only the search...
Ziv Bar-Yossef, Maxim Gurevich
ISCI
2008
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13 years 5 months ago
Strong limit theorems for random sets and fuzzy random sets with slowly varying weights
Theories of random sets and fuzzy random sets are useful concepts which are frequently applied in scientific areas including information science, probability and statistics. In th...
Ke-ang Fu, Li-xin Zhang
ENGL
2008
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13 years 5 months ago
Threshold for Positional Weight Matrix
In biological sequence research, the positional weight matrix (PWM) is often used to search for putative transcription factor binding sites. A set of experimentally verified oligon...
Yunlian Pan, Sieu Phan
EOR
2007
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Probability density functions based weights for ordered weighted averaging (OWA) operators: An example of water quality indices
This paper explores the application of ordered weighted averaging (OWA) operators to develop water quality index, which incorporates an attitudinal dimension in the aggregation pr...
Rehan Sadiq, Solomon Tesfamariam