KDIR is part of IC3K, the International Joint Conference on Knowledge Discovery, Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management. Registration to KDIR allows free access to all other IC3K conferences.
Regular Paper Submission:
April 22, 2014
Regular Paper Authors Notification:
July 14, 2014
Regular Paper Camera Ready and Registration:
July 29, 2014
Knowledge Discovery is an interdisciplinary area focusing upon methodologies for identifying valid, novel, potentially useful and meaningful patterns from data, often based on underlying large data sets. A major aspect of Knowledge Discovery is data mining, i.e. applying data analysis and discovery algorithms that produce a particular enumeration of patterns (or models) over the data. Knowledge Discovery also includes the evaluation of patterns and identification of which add to knowledge.
Information retrieval (IR) is concerned with gathering relevant information from unstructured and semantically fuzzy data in texts and other media, searching for information within documents and for metadata about documents, as well as searching relational databases and the Web. Automation of information retrieval enables the reduction of what has been called "information overload".
Information retrieval can be combined with knowledge discovery to create software tools that empower users of decision support systems to better understand and use the knowledge underlying large data sets.
Joaquim Filipe, Polytechnic Institute of Setúbal / INSTICC, Portugal
Ana Fred, Instituto de Telecomunicações / IST, Portugal
Domenico Talia, University of Calabria and ICAR-CNR, ItalySonia Bergamaschi, DII - Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia, ItalyMichele Missikoff, CNR and Polytechnic University of Marche, ItalyWil Van Der Aalst, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, NetherlandsWim Van Grembergen, University of Antwerp, BelgiumMarie-Jeanne Lesot, Université Pierre et Marie Curie - LIP6, France
Text Mining - SSTMChair(s): Ana Fred
KDIR 2013 received 63 submissions, of which 11% were presented as full papers. Additionally, 19% were short oral presentations and 22% presented as posters.
A short list of presented papers will be selected so that
revised and extended versions of these papers will be
published by Springer-Verlag in a CCIS Series book
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