Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.


Expand Messages
  • Carlos Ferreira
    ======================================================================== ACM SAC 2014 The 29th Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing in Gyeongju, Korea,
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 30, 2013
      ACM SAC 2014
      The 29th Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing
      in Gyeongju, Korea, March 24 - 28,2014.



      The rapid development in information science and technology in general
      and in growth complexity and volume of data in particular has
      introduced new challenges for the research community. Many sources
      produce data continuously. Examples include sensor networks, wireless
      networks, radio frequency identification (RFID), health-care devices
      and information systems, customer click streams, telephone records,
      multimedia data, scientific data, sets of retail chain transactions,
      etc. These sources are called data streams. A data stream is an
      ordered sequence of instances that can be read only once or a small
      number of times using limited computing and storage capabilities.
      These sources of data are characterized by being open-ended, flowing
      at high-speed, and generated by non stationary distributions.

      We are looking for original, unpublished work related to algorithms,
      methods and applications on data streams. Topics include (but are not
      restricted) to:

      - Data Stream Models
      - Languages for Stream Query
      - Continuous Queries
      - Clustering from Data Streams
      - Decision Trees from Data Streams
      - Association Rules from Data Streams
      - Decision Rules from Data Streams
      - Bayesian networks from Data Streams
      - Feature Selection from Data Streams
      - Visualization Techniques for Data Streams
      - Incremental on-line Learning Algorithms
      - Single-Pass Algorithms
      - Temporal, spatial, and spatio-temporal data mining
      - Scalable Algorithms
      - Real-Time and Real-World Applications using Stream data
      - Distributed and Social Stream Mining

      IMPORTANT DATES (strict)
      1. Paper Submission: September 13, 2013
      2. Author Notification: November 15, 2013
      3. Camera‐ready copies: December 6, 2013

      Papers should be submitted in PDF using the SAC 2014 conference
      management system: http://www.softconf.com/d/sac2014/. Authors
      are invited to submit original papers in all topics related to
      data streams. All papers should be submitted in ACM 2-column
      camera ready format for publication in the symposium proceedings.
      ACM SAC follows a double blind review process. Consequently, the
      author(s) name(s) and address(s) must NOT appear in the body of
      the submitted paper, and self-references should be in the third
      person. This is to facilitate double blind review required by ACM.
      All submitted papers must include the paper identification number
      provided by the eCMS system when the paper is first registered.
      The number must appear on the front page, above the title of the
      paper. Each submitted paper will be fully refereed and undergo
      a blind review process by at least three referees. The conference
      proceedings will be published by ACM. The maximum number of pages
      allowed for the final papers is 6 pages. There is a set of templates
      to support the required paper format for a number of document
      preparation systems at: http://www.acm.org/sigs/pubs/proceed/template.html

      For accepted papers, registration for the conference is required
      and allows the paper to be printed in the conference proceedings.
      An author or a proxy attending SAC MUST present the paper. This is
      a requirement for the paper to be included in the ACM/IEEE digital
      library. No-show of scheduled papers will result in excluding the
      papers from the ACM/IEEE digital library.

      Graduate students seeking feedback from the scientific community on
      their research ideas are invited to submit original abstracts of
      their research work in areas of experimental computing and application
      development related to SAC 2014 Tracks. The SRC program is designed
      to provide graduate students the opportunity to meet and exchange
      ideas with researcher and practitioners in their areas of interest.
      All research abstract submissions will be reviewed by researchers
      and practitioners with expertise in the track focus area to which
      they are submitted. Authors of selected abstracts will have the
      opportunity to give poster and oral presentations of their work
      and compete for three top wining places. The SRC committee will
      evaluate and select First, Second, and Third place winners. The
      winners will receive cash awards and SIGAPP recognition certificates
      during the conference banquet dinner. Authors of selected abstracts
      are eligible to apply to the SIGAPP Student Travel Award program for

      Graduate students are invited to submit research abstracts (minimum
      of two pages; maximum of four pages) following the instructions
      published at SAC 2014 website. Submission of the same abstract to
      multiple tracks is not allowed. Submissions must address original and
      unpublished research work related to a SAC track, with emphasis on the
      innovation behind the research idea. The submission should address the
      research problem being investigated, the proposed approach and research
      methodology, and sample preliminary results of the work. In addition,
      the abstract should reflect on the originality of the work, innovation
      of the approach, and applicability of the results to real-world problems.
      All abstracts must be submitted thought the START Submission system

      If you encounter any problems with your submission, please contact the
      Program Coordinator.
    Your message has been successfully submitted and would be delivered to recipients shortly.