Dit-Yan Yeung

Affiliations: 
hkust Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Clear Water Bay, New Territories, Hong Kong 
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Computer Science
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Fei M, Yeung DY. (2016) Temporal Models for Predicting Student Dropout in Massive Open Online Courses Proceedings - 15th Ieee International Conference On Data Mining Workshop, Icdmw 2015. 256-263
Sun L, Jia K, Yeung DY, et al. (2016) Human action recognition using factorized spatio-temporal convolutional networks Proceedings of the Ieee International Conference On Computer Vision. 11: 4597-4605
Zhen Y, Gao Y, Yeung DY, et al. (2015) Spectral Multimodal Hashing and Its Application to Multimedia Retrieval. Ieee Transactions On Cybernetics
Wang H, Wang N, Yeung DY. (2015) Collaborative deep learning for recommender systems Proceedings of the Acm Sigkdd International Conference On Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining. 2015: 1235-1244
Wang X, Yeung DS. (2015) Greetings from the general chairs Proceedings - International Conference On Machine Learning and Cybernetics. 1: I
Gan C, Wang N, Yang Y, et al. (2015) DevNet: A Deep Event Network for multimedia event detection and evidence recounting Proceedings of the Ieee Computer Society Conference On Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. 7: 2568-2577
Chen P, Wang N, Zhang NL, et al. (2015) Bayesian adaptive matrix factorization with automatic model selection Proceedings of the Ieee Computer Society Conference On Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. 7: 1284-1292
Zhang Y, Yeung DY. (2014) A regularization approach to learning task relationships in multitask learning Acm Transactions On Knowledge Discovery From Data. 8
Zhen Y, Song Y, Yeung DY. (2014) Semiparametric preference learning Tsinghua Science and Technology. 19: 257-264
Zhang Z, Chen C, Dai G, et al. (2014) Multicategory large margin classification methods: Hinge losses vs. coherence functions Artificial Intelligence. 215: 55-78
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