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Text classification is widely used in many real-world applications. To obtain satisfied classification performance, most traditional data mining methods require lots of labeled data, which can be costly in terms of both time and human efforts. In reality, there are plenty of such resources in English since it has the largest population in the Internet(More)
A heterogeneous information network (HIN) is used to model objects of different types and their relationships. Meta-paths are sequences of object types. They are used to represent complex relationships between objects beyond what links in a homogeneous network capture. We study the problem of classifying objects in an HIN. We propose <i>class-level(More)
This article explores the idea of a university with a specific focus in the Malaysian context. We begin the article guided by these questions— " What is a university? " and " What are universities for? " —in examining the historical and conceptual development of universities. This is followed by asking a more specific question— " What are Malaysian(More)
In social tagging systems, resources such as images and videos are annotated with descriptive words called <i>tags</i>. It has been shown that tag-based resource searching and retrieval is much more effective than content-based retrieval. With the advances in mobile technology, many resources are also geo-tagged with location information. We observe that a(More)
With the rapid growth of Web 2.0, a variety of content sharing services, such as <i>Flickr, YouTube, Blogger</i>, and <i>TripAdvisor</i> etc, have become extremely popular over the last decade. On these websites, users have created and shared with each other various kinds of resources, such as photos, video, and travel blogs. The sheer amount of(More)
This study examines the determinants of economics undergraduates' academic performance in the top national universities of Singapore and Malaysia: the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the University of Malaya (UM). Using three basic components of economics as the dependent variable, i.e. basic microeconomics, basic macroeconomics and(More)
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