[ecoop-info] CFP: IWSDM2011 at INSS2011

Satoshi Kurihara kurihara at ist.osaka-u.ac.jp
Fri Mar 4 09:01:28 CET 2011

[We apologize if you receive multiple copies of this CFP]

Call for Papers - IWSDM2011 The 1st International Workshop of Sensor Data Mining


to be held as part of the
Eighth International Conference on Networked Sensing Systems (INSS2011)

June 12-15, 2011  Penghu, Taiwan

#Scope and Theme
  Humans can usually infer another intention. This ability to infer
  is given names such as "nonverbal communication" and "thought
  transference". To construct the relationship between humans and
  the environment in which inferring intentions is possible,
  sensor-network is necessary as for infrastructure. Humans can
  learn each others habitual behavior over a long period of time
  based on the five senses: touch, taste, hearing, sight, and
  smell. Therefore, to construct a relationship between humans and
  the environment, we need to incorporate these perceptive abilities
  into the environment. The environment with these perceptive
  abilities can be called "sensing-networks/sensor-network".

  However most important function to construct the "thought
  transference" relationship is "human behavior mining". Human
  behavior mining consists of the following: collecting a huge
  amount information on human behavior from various sources,
  extracting the habitual behavior, and finally inferring intentions
  based on this habitual behavior.

  And to extract the habitual behavior the sensor data mining is
  core technology. So, in this WS, we will discuss algorithms,
  system architecture, and application concerned about sensor data
  mining.  Topics of interest (but not limited to):

#Any topic related to "sensor data mining"
  * frequent pattern mining
  * sequential data mining
  * time series data mining
  * graph mining
  * path analysis

#Program co-chairs
 Masayuki Numao (Osaka Univ.)
 Satoshi Kurihara (Osaka Univ.)

#Scientific Program Committee Members (TBD)
 Gregory Cu (De La Salle Univ.)
 Katsutoshi Yada (Kansai Univ.)
 Masayuki Numao (Osaka Univ.)
 Satoshi Kurihara (Osaka Univ.)
 Stephen Intille (Northeastern Univ.)
 Taketoshi Mori (Tokyo Univ.)
 Toshiharu Sugawara (Waseda Univ.)

#Submission and Important Dates
  Authors are invited to submit a paper of 4-8 pages describing
  their original works. All papers should be formatted according to
  the "IEEE transactions" as INSS main conference. Papers will be
  peer-reviewed, and accepted papers will appear in the workshop

#Important Dates
  * Workshop Paper Submissions Due: April 1st, 2011
  * Notification of Acceptance: April 22th, 2011
  * Camera-Ready Papers: April 29th, 2011

  Submit your full paper (pdf) written in English, by e-mail to:
             iwsdm2011_at_ai.sanken.osaka-u.ac.jp ( _at_ -> @)
  Workshop Website: http://www.ai.sanken.osaka-u.ac.jp/iwsdm11/


More information about the ecoop-info mailing list