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IWBDR 2020 : International Workshop on Big Data Reduction

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Link: https://iwbdr.github.io/iwbdr20/
 
When Dec 10, 2020 - Dec 13, 2020
Where Atlanta, GA
Submission Deadline Oct 9, 2020
Notification Due Nov 6, 2020
Final Version Due Nov 16, 2020
Categories    big data
 

Call For Papers

Call for Papers: International Workshop on Big Data Reduction (IWBDR20)
December 10, 2020, Atlanta, USA.
(https://iwbdr.github.io/iwbdr20/)

Co-Located with IEEE BigData 2020.
(http://bigdataieee.org/BigData2020/)

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IMPORTANT DATES

Paper Submission: October 9th, 2020
Paper Acceptance Notification: November 6th, 2020
Camera-ready Deadline: November 16th, 2020
Workshop: December 10th, 2020

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OVERVIEW

Today’s modern applications are producing too large volumes of data to be stored, processed, or transferred efficiently. Data reduction is becoming an indispensable technique in many domains because it can offer a great capability to reduce the data size by one or even two orders of magnitude, significantly saving the memory/storage space, mitigating the I/O burden, reducing communication time, and improving the energy/power efficiency in various parallel and distributed environments, such as high-performance computing (HPC), cloud computing, edge computing, and Internet-of-Things (IoT). An HPC system, for instance, is expected to have a computational capability of floating-point operations per second, and large-scale HPC scientific applications may generate vast volumes of data (several orders of magnitude larger than the available storage space) for post-anlaysis. Moreover, runtime memory footprint and communication could be non-negligible bottlenecks of current HPC systems.

Tackling the big data reduction research requires expertise from computer science, mathematics, and application domains to study the problem holistically, and develop solutions and harden software tools that can be used by production applications. Specifically, the big-data computing community needs to understand a clear yet complex relationship between application design, data analysis and reduction methods, programming models, system software, hardware, and other elements of a next-generation large-scale computing infrastructure, especially given constraints on applicability, fidelity, performance portability, and energy efficiency. New data reduction techniques also need to be explored and developed continuously to suit emerging applications and diverse use cases.

All papers accepted for this workshop will be included in the Workshop Proceedings published by the IEEE Computer Society Press, made available at the IEEE BigData Conference.


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WORKSHOP SCOPE

There are at least three significant research topics that the community is striving to answer:
(1) whether several orders of magnitude of data reduction is possible for extreme-scale sciences;
(2) understanding the trade-off between the performance and accuracy of data reduction;
(3) solutions to effectively reduce data size while preserving the information inside the big datasets.

The goal of this workshop is to provide a focused venue for researchers in all
aspects of data reduction in all related communities to present their research
results, exchange ideas, identify new research directions, and foster new collaborations
within the community.

The focus areas for this workshop include, but are not limited to:

* Data reduction techniques for big data issues in high-performance computing (HPC), cloud computing, Internet-of-Things (IoT), edge computing, machine learning and deep learning, and other big data areas:
- Lossy and lossless compression methods
- Approximate computation methods
- Compressive/compressed sensing methods
- Tensor decomposition methods
- Data deduplication methods
- Domain-specific methods, such as structured and unstructured meshes, particles, tensors
- Accuracy-guarantee data reduction methods
- Optimal design of data reduction methods
* Metrics and infrastructures to evaluate reduction methods and assess fidelity of reduced data
* Benchmark applications and datasets for big data reduction
* Data analysis and visualization techniques leveraging reduced data
* Characterizing the impact of data reduction techniques on applications
* Hardware-software co-design of data reduction
* Trade-offs between accuracy and performance on emerging computing hardware and platforms
* Software, tools, and programming models for managing reduced data
* Runtime systems and supports for data reduction
* Data reduction challenges and solutions in observational and experimental environments


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SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

- Camera-ready version of accepted papers must be compliant with the IEEE Xplore format for publication.
- Submissions must be in PDF format.
- Submissions are required to be within 8 pages (all inclusive).
- Authors with accepted papers may purchase additional up to 2 pages.
- Submissions must be single-spaced, 2-column pages in IEEE Xplore format.
- Submissions are NOT double-blind.
- Only web-based submissions are allowed.
- All submission deadlines are Anywhere on Earth
- Please submit your paper via the submission system.
- Submission link: Cyberchair submissions website (https://wi-lab.com/cyberchair/2020/bigdata20/scripts/submit.php?subarea=S15&undisplay_detail=1&wh=/cyberchair/2020/bigdata20/scripts/ws_submit.php).

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GENERAL CHAIRS

- Dingwen Tao, Washington State University
- Sheng Di, Argonne National Laboratory

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PROGRAM COMMITTEE

- Allison Baker, National Center for Atmospheric Research
- Mehmet Belviranli, Colorado School of Mines
- Martin Burtscher, Texas State University
- Franck Cappello, Argonne National Laboratory
- Jon Calhoun, Clemson University
- Jieyang Chen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- Yimin Chen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- Soumya Dutta, Los Alamos National Laboratory
- Hanqi Guo, Argonne National Laboratory
- Muhammad Asif Khan, Qatar University
- Beiyu Lin, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
- Shaomeng Li, National Center for Atmospheric Research
- Xin Liang, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- Habib Rehman, Khalifa University
- Panruo Wu, University of Houston
- Wen Xia, Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen

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