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CFP: First Workshop on High Velocity Mobile Data Mining

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Carlos Ferreira <[log in to unmask]>

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Carlos Ferreira <[log in to unmask]>

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Porto, Portugal June 13, 2016

First Workshop on High Velocity Mobile Data Mining
(http://mobdm2016.inesctec.pt/)

in conjunction with Mobile Data Mining 2016
(http://mdmconferences.org/mdm2016/)

Paper Submission Deadline: 22 March 2016
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Many high velocity applications deal with data of changing
characteristics. For instance, managing objects that move in space has
applications in traffic control, law enforcement, homeland security,
urban planning. Using another example, a distinguishing trait that sets
high velocity apart from disk-stored data is that high velocity data
usually exhibits time-changing data characteristics. As most
decision-making tasks rely on the recency of their supporting data, the
evolving nature of the data creates tremendous complexity for many
mobile data mining algorithms. On the other hand, users are often
interested in changes embodied by the data. Therefore, how to make
mining algorithms more effective and efficient in view of changing data
characteristics has become a major challenge in a wide range of mobile
data mining application domains.

This workshop solicits papers on stream mining of high velocity data. It
welcomes domain-driven applications in Web, science, engineering,
healthcare, finance, business, transportation, and telecommunication. We
also encourage position and on-going research papers.

Carlos Ferreira

ISEP | Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto
Rua Dr. António Bernardino de Almeida, 431
4249-015 Porto - PORTUGAL
tel. +351 228 340 500 | fax +351 228 321 159
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