Qiang Huang (Alumni)Research Fellow
I started my work as a Research Fellow on the Project LUPMIR at KMi in November 2006. My work was focused on language modeling with integrating context information into one framework for document retrieval. My research interests included language modeling, machine learning, signal processing, and natural langauge processing.
Keys: Language Modeling, Machine Learning, Information Retrieval
Song, D., Huang, Q., Rueger, S. and Bruza, P. (2008) Facilitating Query Decomposition in Query Language Modeling by Association Rule Mining Using Multiple Sliding Windows, Accepted by the 30th European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR’2008), Glasgow, UK
Huang, Q., Song, D. and Rueger, S. (2008) Robust Query-specific Pseudo Feedback Document Selection for Query Expansion, Accepted by the 30th European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR’2008), Glasgow, UK
Huang, Q., Song, D., Rueger, S. and Bruza, P. (2007) Learning and Optimization of an Aspect Hidden Markov Model for Query Language Model Generation, The 1st International Conference on the Theory of Information Retrieval (ICTIR’2007), pp. 157-164
Lau, R., Chung, A., Song, D. and Huang, Q. (2007) Towards Fuzzy Domain Ontology Based Concept Map Generation, The 6th International Conference on Web-based Learning