Workshop on Link Analysis, Counter-terrorism, and Privacy

in conjunction with

SIAM International Conference on Data Mining
April 22-24, 2004
Lake Buena Vista, Florida

 
WORKSHOP
CO-CHAIRS:

George V. Cybenko

Thayer School of Engineering Dartmouth College 

E-mail: gvc@dartmouth.edu 

Phone: (603) 646-3843

 

Jaideep Srivastava

University of Minnesota
200 Union Street SE
4-192, EE/CSci Building

Minneapolis, MN 55455

Phone: (612) 626-8107

Fax: (612) 626-1596

E-mail:srivasta@cs.umn.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    WORKSHOP  SCHEDULE !!!

      Workshop Presentations !!!

Topics of Interest:

Topics of interest for the workshop include but are not limited to:

  • Link-Analysis
  • Graph mining
  • Relational data mining
  • Social Network Analysis
  • Web-Mining
  • Text-Mining and Hyper-Text mining
  • Scalability of algorithms
  • Visualization of link structures
  • Performance evaluation measures
  • Innovative applications related to Link Analysis
  • Security applications

Attendance

We strongly encourage interested researchers from related areas to attend the workshop. The workshop should be of interest to researchers and practitioners conducting research or building applications that involve various data analysis and rich data and knowledge representations, in particular, those from: Academic Data Mining (analytical aspects of dealing with link structures), Commercial Data Mining (new application areas), Social Networks Analysis (algorithmic aspects of dealing with large network structures), Relational Data Mining/Association Rules (alternative representations and dealing with the data), Natural Language Processing/Text Mining (representational aspects).

 

 

 

Important Dates

January  21, 2004:
Submissions Due
February 20, 2004:
Acceptance Notification
March 15, 2004:
Camera Ready Papers Due
April 24, 2004:
Workshop Day

Paper Format

Authors are requested to submit full papers that are limited to 10 pages (including figures, references, and tables). They should be single spaced, two column, 10 point, with 1 inch margin on each side.

Electronic Submission

Electronic submission either in PDF or PS format are strongly encouraged.

Please e-mail electronic submissions with subject "SDM04" to:

srivasta@cs.umn.edu

 

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