Weili Wu Is a Professor of Computer Science. Her research interests include:
- Big Data Management and Analysis
- Social Networks
- Database Systems
- Wireless Sensor Networks
- Data Mining
- Spatial Data Mining
- Parallel and Distributed Systems
- Algorithm Design and Analysis
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(Inderscience Enterprises Ltd, 2019-04-01)A set of wireless sensors is called a barrier cover if they can monitor the boundary of an area so that an intruder cannot enter the area without being found by any sensor. The quality of a barrier cover is the shortest ...
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2019-05-06)The growing importance of social network for sharing and spreading various contents is leading to the changes in the way of information diffusion. To what extent can social content be diffused highly depends on the size ...
(Operations Research Society of China, 2018-12-17)This article is an introduction to recent development of optimization theory on set functions, the nonsubmodular optimization, which contains two interesting results, DS (difference of submodular) functions decomposition ...
(Inderscience Enterprises Ltd., 2019-03-24)In some applications using visual sensor networks (VSNs), the facing directions of targets are bounded. Therefore existing full-view coverage (all the facing directions of a target constitutes a disk) is not necessary. We ...
In social networks, the spread of influence has been studied extensively, but most efforts in existing literature are made on the product used by a single person. This paper attempts to address the product which is used ...
Given a social network G and a positive integer k, the influence maximization problem seeks for k nodes in G that can influence the largest number of nodes. This problem has found important applications, and a large amount ...