CDEC 2018 : The 1st International Workshop on Cross-disciplinary Data Exchange and Collaboration (CDEC)
Call For Papers
This is the workshop in IEEE International Conference on Data Mining 2018 (http://icdm2018.org/).
Due to recent social movement of big data and artificial intelligence, the importance of data and data mining has been increasing. In the background of these expectations, there are the externalizations of interdisciplinary issues. Many papers about data mining have been published, and the processes of analyzing data have been shared widely. However, there are not many studies targeting the process of cross-disciplinary data exchange and collaboration using knowledge acquired by data mining. Because cross-disciplinary data exchange and collaboration includes various activities of different stakeholders, it is difficult to evaluate the patterns or the processes quantitatively. To tackle the above problems, we propose a practical workshop to discuss the data-driven decision making focusing on the processes and the interactions among data, humans, and society.
The workshop is Cross-disciplinary Data Exchange and Collaboration (CDEC). CDEC includes the practical fields which analytically performs the topics using data, the challenging solutions against social issues, and the cross-disciplinary data collaboration and its process. Our workshop targets not only cleanly formatted single data but also heterogeneous data which affect human behaviors, thoughts, and intentions in different domains. We also focus on the discussion to obtain tacit knowledge of data mining by analysis and synthesis. In addition to these research fields, the cognitive approach for observing the processes of knowledge discovery and data exchange is also included in our focus. Conflicts and inconsistencies may arise due to diversity when stakeholders with different knowledge have discussions on data-driven decision making. We believe the workshop focusing on the process of cross-disciplinary data exchange and collaboration has great significance not only on academic fields but also on beyond academia in the society.
This workshop is a natural extension of MoDAT (International workshop on the Market of Data), which had been conducted as a series of workshops in ICDM in the past five years from 2013 to 2017. In MoDAT workshops, we discussed how to design the market of data, and solutions leading productive actions in businesses and sciences – including industrial, political, and educational sectors – had been created. In the workshop of CDEC, we also discuss the practicality of these applications based on the discussions of MoDAT.
We call for anyone interested in the following topics of Cross-disciplinary Data Exchange and Collaboration.
Data Mining Application Areas:
-Statistical Graphics and Mathematics
-Financial, Security and Business
-Physical Sciences and Engineering
-Earth, Space, and Environmental Sciences
-Geographic/Geospatial/ Terrain Data Mining
-Text, Documents and Software
-Social, Ambient and Information Sciences
-Multimedia (Image/Video/Music) Mining
-Data Mining for marketing
Case Studies on Data Exchange and Collaboration:
-Methods for data evaluation and utilization
-Data management and curation
-Risks, limitations, and challenges of Data Exchange
-Trust, resilience, privacy and security issues
Data Focused Cognitive Research:
-Human-Computer Interaction, Cognitive Science, and Behavioral Science and Modeling, including quantitative and qualitative results
-Theoretical models, technological advances and experimental methods of Human-Computer Interaction, Cognitive Science, and Behavioral Science and Modeling
Data Focused Visualization Research:
-High-Dimensional Data, Dimensionality
-Reduction, and Data Compression
-Multidimensional Multi-Field, Multi-Modal, Multi-Resolution and Multivariate Data
-Causality and Uncertainty Data
-Time Series, Time Varying, Streaming Data
-Large Scale Data
Empirical And Comprehension Focused Data Mining:
-Modeling of Machine Learning for Social Data
-Data Mining and Machine Learning Methods
-Based on Empirical Knowledge
-Ontology and Dictionary
-Cognition and Perception Issues Natural Language Processing Text mining
All deadlines are at 11:59PM Pacific Time.
-Workshop paper submissions: August 7, 2018
-Workshop paper notification: September 4, 2018
-Camera-ready deadline and copyright forms: September 15, 2018
-Workshop dates: November 17, 2018