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In recent years, fake review detection has attracted significant attention from both businesses and the research community. For reviews to reflect genuine user experiences and opinions, detecting fake reviews is an important problem. Supervised learning has been one of the main approaches for solving the problem. However, obtaining labeled fake reviews for(More)
Existing classification and rule learning algorithms in machine learning mainly use heuristic/greedy search to find a subset of regularities (e.g., a decision tree or a set of rules) in data for classification. In the past few years, extensive research was done in the database community on learning rules using exhaustive search under the name of association(More)
Regulators of G-protein signaling (RGS) proteins are known for the RGS domain that is composed of a conserved stretch of 120 amino acids, which binds directly to activated G-protein alpha subunits and acts as a GTPase-activating protein (GAP), leading to their deactivation and termination of downstream signals. In this study, a novel human RGS cDNA (RGS21),(More)
Preface Opinions are central to almost all human activities and are key influencers of our behaviors. Our beliefs and perceptions of reality, and the choices we make, are, to a considerable degree, conditioned upon how others see and evaluate the world. For this reason, when we need to make a decision we often seek out the opinions of others. This is not(More)
Due to lack of structural data and information explosion on the World Wide Web (WWW), searching for useful information is becoming increasingly a difficult task. Traditional search engines on the Web render some form of assistance, but perform sub-optimally when dealing with context sensitive queries. To overcome this, niche search engines serving specific(More)
The Web has become an excellent source for gathering consumer opinions. There are now numerous Web sources containing such opinions, e.g., product reviews, forums, discussion groups, and blogs. Techniques are now being developed to exploit these sources to help organizations and individuals to gain such important information easily and quickly. In this(More)
Recent studies on word sense induction (WSI) mainly concentrate on European languages, Chinese word sense induction is becoming popular as it presents a new challenge to WSI. In this paper, we propose a feature-based approach using the spectral clustering algorithm to this problem. We also compare various clustering algorithms and similarity metrics.(More)