Friday, February 18, 2022

[DMANET] Invitation to contribite to a new book Data Mining is More Than Comprehensive Analysis

Dear Colleague,

We are going to celebrate the 80th anniversary of our friend and colleague
Boris Mirkin on December 5, 2022.

We believe that it would be a good idea to publish a collection of papers
in honor of Boris.

The preliminary title of the collection is "*Data Mining is More Than
Comprehensive Analysis*" to emphasize Boris' contribution to his area of
research in *clustering - decision making - mathematical classification -
evolutionary trees - data summarization and text interpretation*. The
intended Publisher is Springer.

We cordially invite you to contribute to the volume. Of course, it will be
a peer reviewing procedure to help maintaining a high quality of the
volume. Nevertheless, your contribution may include a high portion of
previously published results if presented as a more or less comprehensive
review. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

*- Data Mining*

*- Mathematical classification*

*- Clustering*

*- Data cleaning*

*- Data aggregation*

*-Text summarization*

*- Evolutionary trees*

*- Dimensionality reduction*

*- Data and text interpretation.*

*- Association rules*

*- Feature selection*

*- Outlier analysis*

*- Visualization analytics for big data*

*- Spatial data mining*

*- Predictive models and algorithms*

*- Deductive models and algorithms*

*- Inductive models and algorithms*

*- Spatial data analysis and modeling*

The format of your contribution is Latex, see for details

If you agree, could you please give us the preliminary title and abstract
of your submission as soon as possible, and give us an approximate date for
your submission to be ready. In particular, if we put a deadline, say, 1st
May, 2022, would you be prepared to meet the deadline? Please submit your
abstracts, papers and questions to Boris Goldengorin,
and Sergei Kuznetsov,

Many thanks for your consideration,

The Editors

Boris Goldengorin, Sergei Kuznetsov

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