学会員メーリングリストアーカイブ (2004年)

CFP: RIDE-SDMA (in conjunction with ICDE2005) EXTENDED DEADLINES


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南山大学の河野です.度重なるご案内お許し下さい.

2005年4月に東京で開催されます ICDE と同時に,
Stream Data Mining and Applicationsに関するRIDEワークショップの
投稿期限を延長致しましたのでお知らせさせていただきます.

Submission of abstracts: December 3(Fri), 2004 2pm PST(optional) 
Submission of papers: December 10 (Fri), 2004 2pm PST 
Notification of acceptance: January 15 (Fri), 2005

下記参照の上,奮って御投稿のほどお願いいたします.
RIDE-SDMA '2005 http://info.it.nanzan-u.ac.jp/RIDE-SDMA/

RIDEワークショップ論文投稿ページ
http://info.it.nanzan-u.ac.jp/RIDE-SDMA/conf/REG-paper/

   〒489-0863 愛知県瀬戸市せいれい町27
   南山大学数理情報学部情報通信学科
   河野浩之 (Kawano Hiroyuki)
       Mail: kawano [at] it.nanzan-u.ac.jp
       電話 (0561) 89-2000 (Ex. 6301)
       FAX: (0561) 89-2083

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CALL FOR PAPERS
15th International Workshop on Research Issues on Data Engineering:
April 3-4, 2005
National Center of Sciences, Tokyo, Japan

RIDE Workshop of Stream Data Mining and Applications
RIDE-SDMA '2005 http://info.it.nanzan-u.ac.jp/RIDE-SDMA/

which will be held in conjunction with
the IEEE CS International Conferences on Data Engineering
Sponsored by The Database Society of Japan (DBSJ)
Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ)
The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE) 
(Pending final approval from IEEE, DBSJ, IPSJ and IEICE)

RIDE-SDMA '2005 is the fifteenth workshop in a series of annual workshops on
Research Issues in Data Engineering (RIDE), which will be held in conjunction with
the IEEE CS International Conferences on Data Engineering.
The detail information will be announced. “http://icde2005.is.tsukuba.ac.jp/”
and “http://icde2005.naist.jp/ (mirror)”

Scope
RIDE-SDMA '2005 deals with the use of engineering techniques and methodologies
in stream data mining for sensor and logging systems, such as text/semi-structured
data streams, video/multimedia streams and logging data continuously created by
long-term transactions, web click-streams and network monitoring systems, which
are useful and attractive for developing e-commerce applications, adaptive web sites
and intrusion detection systems.

Topics of Interests
RIDE-SDMA ‘2005 invites research submissions on all topics related to
Stream Data Mining and Applications, including but not limited to those listed below:

- Data mining algorithms and novel techniques for stream data analysis, which are
based on techniques of pattern discovery, time-series analysis for logging data,
broadcasting data, communication data and sensor data including time, location,
weather, temperature,  humidity and social activity data;

- Advanced techniques of stream data mining and its applications, which include
data compression, intelligent logging systems, sensor network systems, integrated
sensor devices, secure storage and firewalls for cracking and SPAM mails;

- Security of information platforms that influence society in various aspects;
 (which are also related to data mining for fraud detection, intrusion detection
and techniques of data anonymization.)

- Information visualizing tools and advanced applications for spatial data,
spatio-temporal data,  high dimensional data and graph-structured data;


Important Dates

Submission of abstracts: December 3(Fri), 2004 2pm PST(optional)
Submission of papers: December 10 (Fri), 2004 2pm PST
Notification of acceptance: January 15 (Fri), 2005

Contact information on the co-chairs

Workshop co-chair:
Dr. Jiawei Han
Professor,
Department of Computer Science
Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Rm 2132, Siebel Center for Computer Science
201 N. Goodwin Avenue, Urbana, IL 61801, USA
E-mail: hanj [at] cs.uiuc.edu

Workshop co-chair:
Dr. Hiroyuki Kawano
Professor,
Department of Information and
Telecommunication Engineering,
Nanzan University,
Seirei-cho 27, Seto, Aichi, 489-0863, Japan
E-mail: kawano [at] it.nanzan-u.ac.jp

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   〒489-0863 愛知県瀬戸市せいれい町27
   南山大学数理情報学部情報通信学科
   河野浩之 (Kawano Hiroyuki)
       Mail: kawano [at] it.nanzan-u.ac.jp
       電話 (0561) 89-2000 (Ex. 6301)
       FAX: (0561) 89-2083