Paiheng Xu

Email: paiheng at jhu.edu


I am a computer science master student at Johns Hopkins University, where I work with Mark Dredze at Center for Language and Speech Processing. Previously, I have worked with Yong Deng on Complex Network, and Tao Zhou on Human Mobility.

I am interested in Natural Language Processing and Network Science, especially combining them to understand the dynamics of human behaviours in social media and real world.

Publications

  • Zach Wood-Doughty*, Paiheng Xu*, Xiao Liu, Mark Dredze, Using Noisy Self-Reports to Predict Twitter User Demographics. [submitted][* equal contribution] [paper, code]
  • Paiheng Xu, Likang Yin, Zhongtao Yue, Tao Zhou, On Predictability of Time Series. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 523, 345-351 (2019). [paper, code]
  • Paiheng Xu, Rong Zhang, Yong Deng, A Novel Visibility Graph Transformation of Time Series into Weighted Networks. Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 117, 201-208 (2018) [paper]
  • Paiheng Xu, Rong Zhang, Yong Deng. A Novel Weight Determination Method for Time Series Data Aggregation. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Application 482, 42-55 (2018). [paper, code]





















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