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Lee, Jintae Associate Professor

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Research

research overview

  • My research interest is in text mining user generated contents (UGC) such as tweets and user postings during disaster situations to identify patterns in both form and content. I am also interested in text mining cultural differences. For example, a recent project develops a text-analytic method that examine user posted reviews and identify factors people in different cultural groups perceive as important when making their travel choices. A related thread of his research uses text analytic methods to study how a given concept might differ across organizational and national cultures. For example, it develops a method to identify how a concept such as cell phone or vacation might differ across different generational groups (e.g. millennials vs. baby boomers) or national cultures.

keywords

  • text mining, social media analytics, knowledge management, knowledge representation, frames, ontology

Publications

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Teaching

courses taught

  • BAIM 3210 - Business Application Programming
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018 / Spring 2019
    The objective is to introduce students to the world of programming and empower them with the ability to create and extend business applications. Students will learn the core concepts of programming with VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) and use them to customize and extend applications like Excel, as well as a method to decompose a complex task into manageable pieces. Formerly MGMT 3210.

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International Activities

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