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Thomas Tran
Thomas Tran
Professor, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Ottawa
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Hybrid recommender systems for electronic commerce
T Tran, R Cohen
Proc. Knowledge-Based Electronic Markets, Papers from the AAAI Workshop …, 2000
2592000
A multifaceted approach to modeling agent trust for effective communication in the application of mobile ad hoc vehicular networks
UF Minhas, J Zhang, T Tran, R Cohen
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part C (Applications and …, 2010
1522010
Towards expanded trust management for agents in vehicular ad-hoc networks
UF Minhas, J Zhang, T Tran, R Cohen
International Journal of Computational Intelligence Theory and Practice 5, 2010
1232010
A machine learning approach for identifying disease-treatment relations in short texts
O Frunza, D Inkpen, T Tran
IEEE transactions on knowledge and data engineering 23 (6), 801-814, 2010
1122010
Improving user satisfaction in agent-based electronic marketplaces by reputation modelling and adjustable product quality
T Tran, R Cohen
Proceedings of the Third International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents …, 2004
1072004
An information gain-based approach for recommending useful product reviews
R Zhang, T Tran
Knowledge and Information Systems 26, 419-434, 2011
942011
Helping e-commerce consumers make good purchase decisions: a user reviews-based approach
R Zhang, TT Tran
E-Technologies: Innovation in an Open World: 4th International Conference …, 2009
722009
Augmented rendering of makeup features in a smart interactive mirror system for decision support in cosmetic products selection
ASMM Rahman, TT Tran, SA Hossain, A El Saddik
2010 IEEE/ACM 14th International Symposium on Distributed Simulation and …, 2010
552010
Intelligent agents in mobile vehicular ad-hoc networks: Leveraging trust modeling based on direct experience with incentives for honesty
UF Minhas, J Zhang, T Tran, R Cohen
2010 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence and …, 2010
512010
Evaluation of swinepox virus as a vaccine vector in pigs using an Aujeszky's disease (pseudorabies) virus gene insert coding for glycoproteins gp50 and gp63.
ML Van der Leek, JA Feller, G Sorensen, W Isaacson, CL Adams, ...
The Veterinary Record 134 (1), 13-18, 1994
481994
Helpful or unhelpful: A linear approach for ranking product
R Zhang, T Tran
Journal of Electronic Commerce Research 11 (3), 220-230, 2010
422010
A Reputation–Oriented Reinforcement Learning Strategy for Agents in Electronic Marketplaces
T Tran, R Cohen
Computational Intelligence 18 (4), 550-565, 2002
342002
The effects of upper cervical adjustment upon the normal physiology of the heart
T Tran, J Kirby
Journal of Chiropractic 11, S58-S62, 1977
311977
The effect of frequent hemodialysis on self-reported sleep quality: Frequent Hemodialysis Network Trials
ML Unruh, B Larive, PW Eggers, AX Garg, JJ Gassman, FO Finkelstein, ...
Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation 31 (6), 984-991, 2016
292016
Modeling trust in e-commerce: an approach based on user requirements
A Pourshahid, T Tran
Proceedings of the ninth international conference on Electronic commerce …, 2007
292007
Designing recommender systems for e-commerce: an integration approach
T Tran
Proceedings of the 8th international conference on Electronic commerce: The …, 2006
292006
Reputation-oriented reinforcement learning strategies for economically-motivated agents in electronic market environments
T Tran
PhD Thesis, 2004
292004
Protecting buying agents in e-marketplaces by direct experience trust modelling
T Tran
Knowledge and information systems 22, 65-100, 2010
282010
Opinion helpfulness prediction in the presence of “words of few mouths”
R Zhang, T Tran, Y Mao
World Wide Web 15, 117-138, 2012
262012
An entropy-based model for discovering the usefulness of online product reviews
R Zhang, T Tran
2008 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence and …, 2008
252008
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