Advances in Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining: 9th by Tom Mitchell (auth.), Tu Bao Ho, David Cheung, Huan Liu

By Tom Mitchell (auth.), Tu Bao Ho, David Cheung, Huan Liu (eds.)

The Pacific-Asia convention on wisdom Discovery and knowledge Mining (PAKDD) is a number one foreign convention within the quarter of information mining and data discovery. It presents a global discussion board for researchers and practitioners to proportion their new rules, unique study effects and sensible improvement reviews from all KDD-related components together with info mining, facts warehousing, desktop studying, databases, facts, wisdom acquisition and automated medical discovery, facts visualization, causality induction, and knowledge-based platforms. This year’s convention (PAKDD 2005) used to be the 9th of the PAKDD sequence, and carried the culture in delivering fine quality technical courses to facilitate learn in wisdom discovery and information mining. It used to be held in Hanoi, Vietnam on the Melia lodge, 18–20 could 2005. we're happy to supply a few records approximately PAKDD 2005. This yr we obtained 327 submissions (a 37% raise over PAKDD 2004), that is the top variety of submissions because the first PAKDD in 1997) from 28 countries/regions: Australia (33), Austria (1), Belgium (2), Canada (11), China (91), Switzerland (2), France (9), Finland (1), Germany (5), Hong Kong (11), Indonesia (1), India (2), Italy (2), Japan (21), Korea (51), Malaysia (1), Macau (1), New Zealand (3), Poland (4), Pakistan (1), Portugal (3), Singapore (12), Taiwan (19), Thailand (7), Tunisia (2), united kingdom (5), united states (31), and Vietnam (9). The submitted papers went via a rigorous reviewing procedure. every one submission was once reviewed via at the very least reviewers, and so much of them by way of 3 or 4 reviewers.

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