Search Results for author: Liqun Liu

Found 8 papers, 2 papers with code

TencentPretrain: A Scalable and Flexible Toolkit for Pre-training Models of Different Modalities

3 code implementations13 Dec 2022 Zhe Zhao, Yudong Li, Cheng Hou, Jing Zhao, Rong Tian, Weijie Liu, Yiren Chen, Ningyuan Sun, Haoyan Liu, Weiquan Mao, Han Guo, Weigang Guo, Taiqiang Wu, Tao Zhu, Wenhang Shi, Chen Chen, Shan Huang, Sihong Chen, Liqun Liu, Feifei Li, Xiaoshuai Chen, Xingwu Sun, Zhanhui Kang, Xiaoyong Du, Linlin Shen, Kimmo Yan

The proposed pre-training models of different modalities are showing a rising trend of homogeneity in their model structures, which brings the opportunity to implement different pre-training models within a uniform framework.

Inefficient Peace or Preventive War?

no code implementations30 Nov 2021 Liqun Liu, Tusi, Wen

We study a model of two-player bargaining game in the shadow of a preventive trade war that examines why states deliberately maintain trade barriers in the age of globalization.

The Politics of (No) Compromise: Information Acquisition, Policy Discretion, and Reputation

no code implementations31 Oct 2021 Liqun Liu

Typically, decision-makers with career concerns have weaker incentives to acquire information compared to decision-makers without such concerns.

Decision Making

Domestic Constraints in Crisis Bargaining

no code implementations28 Oct 2021 Liqun Liu

I study how political bias and audience costs impose domestic institutional constraints that affect states' capacity to reach peaceful agreements during crises.

Mixture of Virtual-Kernel Experts for Multi-Objective User Profile Modeling

1 code implementation4 Jun 2021 Zhenhui Xu, Meng Zhao, Liqun Liu, Lei Xiao, Xiaopeng Zhang, Bifeng Zhang

This paper introduces a novel multi-task model called Mixture of Virtual-Kernel Experts (MVKE) to learn user preferences on various actions and topics unitedly.

Recommendation Systems TAG

Accountability and Motivation

no code implementations2 Dec 2020 Liqun Liu

We build a formal model that examines how different policymaking environments shape career-concerned officials' reform decisions and implementation.

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