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- Chang-Hsiung Tsai, Jimmy J. M. Tan, Tyne Liang, Lih-Hsing Hsu
- Inf. Process. Lett.
- 2002

It is known that every hypercube Qn is a bipartite graph. Assume that n 2 and F is a subset of edges with |F | n− 2. We prove that there exists a hamiltonian path in Qn − F between any two vertices of different partite sets. Moreover, there exists a path of length 2n − 2 between any two vertices of the same partite set. Assume that n 3 and F is a subset of… (More)

- Chun-Jung Chu, Vincent S. Tseng, Tyne Liang
- Journal of Systems and Software
- 2008

Utility of an itemset is considered as the value of this itemset, and utility mining aims at identifying the itemsets with high utilities. The temporal high utility itemsets are the itemsets whose support is larger than a pre-specified threshold in current time window of the data stream. Discovery of temporal high utility itemsets is an important process… (More)

- Chun-Jung Chu, Vincent S. Tseng, Tyne Liang
- Applied Mathematics and Computation
- 2009

Utility itemsets typically consist of items with different values such as utilities, and the aim of utility mining is to identify the itemsets with highest utilities. In the past studies on utility mining, the values of utility itemsets were considered as positive. In some applications, however, an itemset may be associated with negative item values. Hence,… (More)

Utility itemsets are considered as the different values of individual items as utilities, and utility mining aims at identifying the itemsets with high utilities. The temporal high utility itemsets are the itemsets with support larger than a pre-specified threshold in current time window of data stream. Discovery of temporal high utility itemsets is an… (More)

- Yu-Hsiang Lin, Tyne Liang
- ROCLING
- 2004

Anaphora resolution is one of essential tasks in message understanding. In this paper resolution for pronominal and sortal anaphora, which are common in biomedical texts, is addressed. The resolution was achieved by employing UMLS ontology and SA/AO (subject-action/action-object) patterns mined from biomedical corpus. On the other hand, sortal anaphora for… (More)

- Tyne Liang, Yu-Hsiang Lin
- IJCNLP
- 2005

In this paper, a resolution system is presented to tackle nominal and pronominal anaphora in biomedical literature by using rich set of syntactic and semantic features. Unlike previous researches, the verification of semantic association between anaphors and their antecedents is facilitated by exploiting more outer resources, including UMLS, WordNet, GENIA… (More)

- Chun-Ling Chen, Frank S. C. Tseng, Tyne Liang
- Knowledge and Information Systems
- 2009

With the rapid growth of text documents, document clustering technique is emerging for efficient document retrieval and better document browsing. Recently, some methods had been proposed to resolve the problems of high dimensionality, scalability, accuracy, and meaningful cluster labels by using frequent itemsets derived from association rule mining for… (More)

- Chun-Ling Chen, Frank S. C. Tseng, Tyne Liang
- Data Knowl. Eng.
- 2010

- Chun-Ling Chen, Frank S. C. Tseng, Tyne Liang
- Inf. Process. Manage.
- 2010

Article history: Received 20 October 2008 Received in revised form 28 September 2009 Accepted 29 September 2009 Available online 31 October 2009

- Tz-Liang Kueng, Cheng-Kuan Lin, Tyne Liang, Jimmy J. M. Tan, Lih-Hsing Hsu
- J. Comb. Optim.
- 2009