Tuesday, August 4, 2015

[DMANET] Advanced Data Analytics 2015

Call for Workshop Papers

Fourth Workshop on "Advanced Techniques on Data Analytics and Data

In Conjunction with the Tenth International Conference on Digital
Information Management (ICDIM 2015)
Jeju Island, South Korea
October 21-23, 2015

Technically co-sponsored by the IEEE Technology Management Council
Accepted workshop papers will be published in the proceedings indexed by
IEEE Xplore.

About the Workshop

Data are growing at an exponential rate nowadays. In order to take
advantage of them, it is important for businesses and organizations to be
able to make sense out of them by determining the trends, patterns and
underlying insights of the gathered data. Hence problems can be detected
early before they result in actual damage. Some examples of data analytics
cover tasks of finding suspicious records in accounts payable, evaluating
activities of business processes, modeling customers' behavioral patterns
and deriving the best strategies in business decision etc. Such complex
tasks go beyond simple statistics. Advanced tools such as data mining, data
modeling, data visualization, and information analysis etc. have been
extensively researched recently. The objective of this workshop is to
provide an interactive platform for academic researchers and industrial
practitioners to exchange ideas, disseminate the latest development in data
analytics and data visualization. Conceptual models, tools, and current
issues are encouraged to be discussed. The workshop welcomes paper
submission includes but not limited to the following areas:

Data retrieval and management
Innovative methods for understanding and interacting with data
Innovative methods for data analysis, presentation and visualization
Innovative methods for solving current data problems
New statistics techniques for improving current solutions
Advanced software system and algorithms for data visualization
Domain specific data analytics and data visualization
Social network analytics and visualization
Forensic analytics and visualization
Business process analytics and visualization
Industry solutions and/or experiences
Case studies


Submissions should provide original and unpublished research results or
ongoing research with simulations. The papers should be between 6 to 8
pages total in length in the IEEE format.

* All the accepted papers will appear in the proceedings published by IEEE
and fully indexed by IEEE Xplore.
All the ICDIM papers are indexed by DBLP

* Modified version of the selected papers will appear in the special issues
of the following peer reviewed and indexed journals.

(Indexed in Scopus, Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports, dblp,
Engineering Index and many other databases)

Important Dates

Full Paper Submission  August 10, 2015
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection  September 10, 2015
Registration Due  October 10, 2015
Camera Ready Due  October 10, 2015
Workshops/Tutorials/Demos  October 22, 2015
Main conference  October 21-23, 2015


Simon Fong, Robert P. Biuk-Aghai, SI Yain Whar, Lawrence, University of

For additional inquiries, please contact the organizers - ccfong at umac.mo

Submissions at http://www.icdim.org/submission.html

V. Muthu Priya

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