Peter Bruza undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Hypermedia and World Wide Web in his work. Peter Bruza performs integrative study on World Wide Web and Hypermedia in his works. Peter Bruza frequently studies issues relating to Space (punctuation) and Operating system. As part of his studies on Space (punctuation), he often connects relevant subjects like Operating system. Law is closely attributed to Representation (politics) in his research. His work often combines Representation (politics) and Politics studies. By researching both Politics and Law, Peter Bruza produces research that crosses academic boundaries. Peter Bruza performs integrative study on Artificial intelligence and Theoretical computer science. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Theoretical computer science and Artificial intelligence in his work.
His World Wide Web research is intertwined with Information needs, The Internet and Hypermedia. In his research, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on The Internet and World Wide Web. His Programming language study spans across into areas like Semantics (computer science) and Expression (computer science). His Information system research includes elements of Electrical engineering and Information needs. Peter Bruza performs multidisciplinary study in Electrical engineering and Information system in his work. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Artificial intelligence and Theoretical computer science. Peter Bruza integrates Theoretical computer science and Artificial intelligence in his studies. His work often combines Information retrieval and Vector space model studies. Peter Bruza merges Vector space model with Information retrieval in his study.
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Quantum Models of Cognition and Decision
Jerome R. Busemeyer;Peter D. Bruza.
Quantum Models of Cognition and Decision: Frontmatter
Jerome R. Busemeyer;Peter D. Bruza.
Query expansion using term relationships in language models for information retrieval
Jing Bai;Dawei Song;Peter Bruza;Jian-Yun Nie.
conference on information and knowledge management (2005)
Is there something quantum-like about the human mental lexicon?
Peter Bruza;Kirsty Kitto;Douglas Nelson;Cathy McEvoy.
Journal of Mathematical Psychology (2009)
Quantum cognition: a new theoretical approach to psychology
Peter D. Bruza;Zheng Wang;Jerome R. Busemeyer.
Trends in Cognitive Sciences (2015)
Medical semantic similarity with a neural language model
Lance De Vine;Guido Zuccon;Bevan Koopman;Laurianne Sitbon.
Science & Engineering Faculty (2014)
Query ReFormulation on the internet: empirical data and the hyperindex search engine
P. D. Bruza;S. Dennis.
RIAO '97 Computer-Assisted Information Searching on Internet (1997)
Integrating and evaluating neural word embeddings in information retrieval
Guido Zuccon;Bevan Koopman;Peter Bruza;Leif Azzopardi.
Science & Engineering Faculty (2015)
Stratified hypermedia structures for information disclosure
P. D. Bruza;T. P. van der Weide.
The Computer Journal (1992)
Interactive Internet search: keyword, directory and query reformulation mechanisms compared
Peter Bruza;Robert McArthur;Simon Dennis.
international acm sigir conference on research and development in information retrieval (2000)
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