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CFP: ICCBR 07: Workshop on Knowledge Discovery and Similarity

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    ================================================================ Call for Papers Workshop on Knowledge Discovery and Similarity in Case Based Reasoning The 7th
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      Call for Papers

      Workshop on Knowledge Discovery and Similarity
      in Case Based Reasoning

      The 7th International Conference on Case Based Reasoning

      August 15, 2007, Belfast, UK

      Conference: http://www.iccbr.org/iccbr07/


      Workshop on Knowledge Discovery and Similarity in CBR

      Case-based reasoning systems rely on a variety of techniques, such as
      data mining, machine learning, and knowledge discovery in order to
      build, maintain, and use their knowledge resources both for domain and
      system processing. In addition, these techniques rely on metrics for
      determining various kinds of similarity between aspects of domain and
      system knowledge. This workshop will bring together researchers and
      practitioners to explore issues and approaches for discovering,
      building, maintaining, and applying the essential underlying knowledge
      to support case-based reasoning systems. The workshop aims to provide
      an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of new ideas and the
      discussion of future research directions.

      We are interested in submissions on the topics related to discovering,
      building, maintaining, and applying CBR knowledge sources. Topics
      include, but are not limited to:

      * data mining
      * machine learning
      * knowledge discovery
      * update of knowledge
      * outdated knowledge
      * reuse of knowledge
      * life cycles of experiences (cases)
      * adaptation of knowledge vocabulary
      * flexible similarity measures
      * maintenance of corporate memories
      * usage of feedback
      * maintenance of adaptation knowledge
      * maintainable knowledge
      * maintenance tools
      * practical experiences
      * deployed applications


      We invite paper submissions including descriptions of works in
      progress, research contributions, and position statements. Submissions
      should attempt to address issues relating to knowledge discovery and
      similarity in case-based reasoning. Workshop papers should be
      submitted in Springer LNCS format, which is the format required for
      the final camera ready copy, with a maximum of 10 pages. Authors'
      instructions along with LaTeX and Word macro files are available on
      the web at: http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html

      Submissions should be made through the workshop conference management
      system (see website for detail). For further information contact the
      workshop organizers.

      Deadlines And Dates

      -April 30, 2007 - Deadline for workshop paper submission
      -May 28, 2007 - Notification of acceptance for workshop papers
      -June 25, 2007 - Final camera ready copies to be received by workshop
      -August 15, 2007 - KDS Workshop held at ICCBR 2007

      Workshop Organizers

      -Deepak Khemani, IIT Madras, India
      -David Wilson, University of North Carolina, USA
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