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SMLA Workshop 2010

29 June - 01 July, 2010, Bradford, UK

International Workshop on

Scalable Machine Learning and Applications (SMLA-10)

In conjunction with CIT 2010


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Camera-ready due: May 03, 2010

Please go to http://www.scim.brad.ac.uk/~ylwu/CIT2010/Camera_ready.html for instruction.

Author registration: May 07, 2010 

Please go to http://www.scim.brad.ac.uk/~ylwu/CIT2010/registration.html for registration.

 

Call For Papers

Machine learning and data mining have been playing an increasing role in many real scenarios, such as Web mining, language processing, image search, financial engineering, etc. In these application domains, data are surpassing the scale of terabyte in an ever faster pace, but the techniques for processing and mining them often lag behind in far too many aspects. To deal with billions of Webpages, images, transaction records and capacity-intensive audio and video data stream, machine learning and data mining techniques and their underlying computing infrastructure are facing great challenges.

In this SMLA workshop we are willing to bring together researchers and practitioners for getting advancement in scalable machine learning and applications. On one hand we expect works on how to dramatically empower existing machine learning and data mining methods via grid/cloud or other novel computing models. On the other hand we value the effort of building or extending machine learning and data mining methods that are scalable to huge datasets.

Papers can be related to any subset of the following topics, or any unconventional direction to scale up machine learning and data mining methods:

Cloud Computing
Large Scale Data Mining
Fast Support Vector Machines
Data Abstraction, Dimension Reduction
User Personalization and Recommendation
Natural Language Processing
Ontology and Semantic Technologies
Parallelization of Machine Learning Methods
Fast Machine Learning Model Tuning and Selection
Large Scale Webpage Topic, Genre, Sentiment Classification
Financial Engineering
………...

Authors are invited to submit manuscripts reporting original unpublished research and recent developments in the topics related to the workshop. The length of the papers should not exceed 6 pages + 2 pages for overlength charges (IEEE Computer Society Proceedings Manuscripts style: two columns, single-spaced), including figures and references, using 10 fonts, and number each page. Papers should be submitted electronically in PDF format by sending it