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Jiawei Han: Research Challenges In Data Mining, 10am 4/22 LH8 UMBC

Jiawei Han: Research Challenges In Data Mining, 10am 4/22 LH8 UMBC

Tim Finin, 10:55am 21 April 2008

Jiawei Han will give a talk tomorrow, Research Challenges In Data Mining at 10am in UMBC’s
LH8 (1st floor ITE building). Here’s the abstract.

“Research in data mining has led to advanced knowledge discovery technologies and applications. In this talk, we will discuss some emerging research issues for advanced technologies and applications in data mining and discuss some recent progress in this direction, including (1) exploration of the power of pattern mining, (2) analysis of multidimensional, heterogeneous and evolving information network, (3) mining of fast changing data streams, (4) mining of moving object data, RFID data, and data from sensor networks, (5) spatiotemporal and multimedia data mining, (6) biological data mining, (7) text and Web mining, (8) data mining for software engineering and computer system analysis, and (9) data cube-oriented multidimensional online analytical analysis.”

The talk is part of a distinguished lecture series sponsored by the UMBC Information Systems Department. Here’s a flier.


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