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CFP: National Science Foundation Workshop on Next Generation Data Mining

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  • Hillol Kargupta
    NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION WORKSHOP ON NEXT GENERATION DATA MINING Location: Marriott Inner Harbor, Baltimore Date: November 1--3, 2002 Workshop Web Site:
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      NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION WORKSHOP ON NEXT GENERATION DATA MINING
      Location: Marriott Inner Harbor, Baltimore
      Date: November 1--3, 2002
      Workshop Web Site: http://www.cs.umbc.edu/NGDM02/
      Sponsoring Agency: US National Science Foundation


      GENERAL CHAIRS:

      Hillol Kargupta and Anupam Joshi
      Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
      University of Maryland Baltimore County
      hillol@... and joshi@...

      STEERING COMMITTEE:

      Christos Faloutsos, Carnegie Mellon University
      Claudia Pearce, National Security Agency
      Jiawei Han, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
      Nabil Adam, Rutgers University
      Ted Senator, IPTO, DARPA
      Umesh Dayal, HP Labs
      Vipin Kumar, University of Minnesota
      Yelena Yesha, University of Maryland Baltimore County


      PROCEEDINGS CHAIR:
      Krishnamoorthy Sivakumar, Washington State University


      SCOPE:

      The dramatic evolution in the availability of data in various forms from
      various sources is creating many fundamental challenges in computing,
      communication, storage, and human computer interaction issues for data
      mining. Several novel data mining application areas are fast emerging.
      These developments call for new perspectives and new approaches.

      The National Science Foundation Workshop on Next Generation Data Mining
      (NGDM'02) will bring together data mining researchers and practitioners
      from diverse backgrounds for exploring the challenges and future research
      directions in data mining.

      The NGDM02 will focus on the following areas:

      1) Data Mining for Pervasive, Distributed, and Stream Applications
      2) Data mining for Counter-terrorism
      3) Scientific Data Mining
      4) The Web, Semantics, and Data Mining

      Even though these issues seem disparate, they are closely intertwined. For
      instance, electronic and signal intelligence data which needs to be mined
      for counter terrorism is often composed of several data streams collected
      in a distributed environment. Similarly, scientific data mining may
      benefit from high throughput online algorithms and semantics. The workshop
      will be single track and all participants are expected to contribute in
      each of the areas.

      Format of the Workshop:

      1. Invited Presentations
      2. Regular Presentations
      3. Panel and Open Discussions
      4. Poster and demo session


      CALL FOR PAPERS (Regular and Poster Presentations):

      We would like to invite paper submissions from data mining researchers and
      practitioners. The papers should be relevant to the focus areas of
      NGDM'02. The papers must present innovative research directions that may
      be suitable for the agenda of the workshop---next generation data mining
      challenges. Submitted papers should not exceed 10 pages. The workshop will
      accept only electronic submission of papers in PDF or Postscript format to
      hillol@... with "NGDM02 Submission" in the subject line. The
      papers will be included in the NSF Workshop Report. The workshop will also
      produce an edited book published by Kluwer Publishers. Extended versions
      of the selected papers will be included in the book.



      IMPORTANT DATES:

      Submission deadline: September 20, 2002
      Notification: October 9, 2002
      Camera-ready due: October 18, 2002
      Workshop: November 1--3, 2002
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