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SUPERSATURATED DESIGN WITH MORE THAN TWO LEVELS
Supersaturated designs are useful in screening experiments. This paper discusses the topic of multi-level supersaturated design. Two quantities, E(d2) and Df, are proposed to evaluate the optimalityExpand
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Through a Gender Lens: An Empirical Study of Emoji Usage over Large-Scale Android Users
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Emojis have gained incredible popularity in recent years and become a new ubiquitous language for Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC) by worldwide users. Expand
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A Strategy of Searching Active Factors in Supersaturated Screening Experiments
Searching active factors in supersaturated screening experiments is a difficult task. A Stepwise selection procedure is known to be ineffective because it tends to select too many inactive factorsExpand
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Lower bounds for centered and wrap-around L2-discrepancies and construction of uniform designs by threshold accepting
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We study the uniformity of two- and three-level U-type designs based on the centered and wrap-around L2-discrepancies. Expand
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Characterizing Smartphone Usage Patterns from Millions of Android Users
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This paper presents an empirical analysis of app usage behaviors collected from millions of users of Wandoujia, a leading An- droid app marketplace in China. Expand
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Through a Gender Lens: Learning Usage Patterns of Emojis from Large-Scale Android Users
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We investigate gender-specific usage of emojis using a large data set of emoji using behavior collected from smartphone users over the world. Expand
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Untangling Emoji Popularity Through Semantic Embeddings
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Emojis have gone viral on the Internet across platforms and devices. Expand
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Emoji-Powered Representation Learning for Cross-Lingual Sentiment Classification
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In this paper, we employ emojis, which are widely available in many languages, as a new channel to learn both the cross-language and the language-specific sentiment patterns. Expand
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Learning from the ubiquitous language: an empirical analysis of emoji usage of smartphone users
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We present an analysis on how smartphone users use emojis based on a very large data set collected from a popular emoji keyboard. Expand
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A systematical procedure in the construction of multi-level supersaturated design
Abstract In the last 2 years, some research results on the construction of multi-level supersaturated designs appeared in the literature (J. Statist. Plann. Inference 81 (1999) 183; 86 (2000) 239;Expand
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