2010 - ACM Senior Member
Michael Chau mainly investigates World Wide Web, Web mining, The Internet, Web page and Search engine. His research integrates issues of Precision and recall, Business intelligence and Data science in his study of World Wide Web. His studies deal with areas such as Computer security and Cybercrime as well as Data science.
His work carried out in the field of Web mining brings together such families of science as Social network analysis, Information extraction, Blogosphere, Web application and Popularity. His The Internet research integrates issues from Information retrieval and Homophone. His research integrates issues of Web search query and Web crawler in his study of Web page.
His primary scientific interests are in World Wide Web, Information retrieval, The Internet, Search engine and Web mining. His study in Web page, Search analytics, Metasearch engine, Semantic search and Web development is done as part of World Wide Web. His study in Information retrieval is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cluster analysis, Artificial intelligence and Natural language processing.
His The Internet research incorporates themes from Social media, Usability and Internet privacy. His research in Search engine intersects with topics in Data mining, Search engine indexing and Personalization. Michael Chau studied Web mining and Information extraction that intersect with Social network analysis.
His main research concerns Social media, Exploratory research, The Internet, Competition and Internet privacy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Clinical psychology and Artificial intelligence in addition to Social media. The Artificial intelligence study combines topics in areas such as Stockout, Machine learning, Product and Depression.
His The Internet research includes elements of Interactivity, Applied psychology and Revenue. His Internet privacy research includes themes of Social influence and Data science. His Self-efficacy research incorporates elements of Perceived control, Game based learning, Student engagement, Search engine and Control.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social media, Clinical psychology, Loan, The Internet and Context. Michael Chau has researched Social media in several fields, including Non-performing loan and Monetary economics. His Clinical psychology research integrates issues from Deep learning, Artificial intelligence and Depression.
His work carried out in the field of Loan brings together such families of science as Social influence, Information quality and Internet privacy. The concepts of his The Internet study are interwoven with issues in Social psychology, Cognition, Dimension, Advertising and Revenue. His Context research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Crowdsourcing and Brainstorming.
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Crime data mining: a general framework and some examples
H. Chen;W. Chung;J.J. Xu;G. Wang.
IEEE Computer (2004)
Business intelligence in blogs: understanding consumer interactions and communities
Michael Chau;Jennifer Xu.
Management Information Systems Quarterly (2012)
Mining communities and their relationships in blogs: A study of online hate groups
Michael Chau;Jennifer Xu.
International Journal of Human-computer Studies / International Journal of Man-machine Studies (2007)
Efficient Clustering of Uncertain Data
Wang Ngai;Ben Kao;Chun Chui;Reynold Cheng.
international conference on data mining (2006)
A machine learning approach to web page filtering using content and structure analysis
Michael Chau;Hsinchun Chen.
decision support systems (2008)
Uncertain data mining: an example in clustering location data
Michael Chau;Reynold Cheng;Ben Kao;Jackey Ng.
knowledge discovery and data mining (2006)
CI Spider: a tool for competitive intelligence on the web
Hsinchun Chen;Michael Chau;Daniel Zeng.
decision support systems (2002)
Assessing Censorship on Microblogs in China: Discriminatory Keyword Analysis and the Real-Name Registration Policy
King-wa Fu;Chung-hong Chan;Michael Chau.
IEEE Internet Computing (2013)
Extracting meaningful entities from police narrative reports
Michael Chau;Jennifer J. Xu;Hsinchun Chen.
international conference on digital government research (2002)
Design and evaluation of a multi-agent collaborative Web mining system
Michael Chau;Daniel Zeng;Hsinchun Chen;Michael Huang.
decision support systems (2003)
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