[Elsnet-list] CFP: IWKDDS

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                   Call for Papers and Participation

   3rd International Workshop on Knowledge Discovery from Data Streams

    At the 23rd International Conference on Machine Learning
                 Carnegie Mellon University
                        June 29, 2006

Many sources produce data continuously. Examples include customer
click streams, telephone records, large sets of web pages, multimedia
and sets of retail chain transactions. These sources are called data
streams. Data streams are increasingly
important in the research community, as new algorithms are needed to
process this streaming data in reasonable time. This is an important
issue for different research areas like data mining, machine learning,
OLAP, databases, etc. Many researches in these areas are designing new
approaches or adapting some of the traditional algorithms to data

The goal of this workshop is to convene researchers who deal
with any form of learning from data streams.
A data stream is an ordered sequence of instances that can be read
only once or a limited number of times. Topics include but are not
* Data Stream Models
* Clustering from Data Streams
* Decision Trees from Data Streams
* Association Rules from Data Streams
* Decision Rules from Data Streams
* Feature Selection from Data Streams
* Visualization Techniques from Data Streams
* Incremental on-line Learning Algorithms
* Single-Pass Algorithms
* Scalable Algorithms
* Change and Novelty Detection
* Real-World Applications involving incremental,
   on-line, or real-time learning

Paper Submission
All submissions will be reviewed by 2 members of the program
The papers must be in English and should be formatted according to the
Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence guidelines.
Authors instructions and style files can be downloaded at

The maximum length of papers is 10 pages. Papers will be submitted in
PDF by email to ALL the Workshop Chairs:
Jesus S. Aguilar-Ruiz, aguilar_ at _lsi_us_es
Joao Gama, jgama_ at _fep_up_pt
Josep Roure, jroure_ at _cs_cmu_edu
(Please replace _ at _ with @ and _ with . respectively)

Important Dates
Paper submission deadline:  April 28, 2006
Notification of acceptance: June 2, 2006
Camera-ready copies:        June 16, 2006
Workshop date:              June 29, 2006

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