Call for Papers - AI and Data Mining Conferences

Some interesting conferences are going on, following are the CFP's.

SYSTEMS Special Issue on Argumentation Technology

Submission deadline: 2 Mar. 2007

A PDF version of this the call is available here:

The theory of argumentation is a rich, interdisciplinary area of research lying
across philosophy, communication studies, linguistics, and psychology. Over the
last few years, formal models of argumentation have been gaining increasing
importance in artificial intelligence, and have found a wide range of
applications ranging from specifying semantics for logic programs, to natural
language text generation, to supporting legal reasoning, to facilitating
multiagent dialogue and negotiation.

Topics including, but not limited to,

  • Applications of argumentation
    in complex-systems engineering and design
  • Argument-based decision support
  • Argument extraction from real
  • Argumentation in
    computer-supported collaborative work
  • Argumentation in natural
    language processing
  • E-democracy and e-government
  • Educational applications of
  • Intelligent tools for argument
    construction and analysis
  • Legal applications
  • Medical applications
  • Practical argument-based
    multiagent systems
  • Semantic Web applications

 Important Dates

Submissions due for review: 2 Mar. 2007
Notification of acceptance: 27 Apr. 2007
Final version submitted: 22 June 2007
Issue publication: Sept./Oct. 2007

PADM'06 - IEEE International Workshop
on Privacy Aspects of Data Mining

December 18, 2006

Privacy is essential for the provision of electronic and knowledge-based services
in modern e-business, e-commerce, e-government, and e-health environments.
Nowadays, service providers can easily track an individual’s actions,
behaviors, and habits.  Given large data collections of person-specific
information, providers can data mine to learn patterns, models, and trends that
can be used to provide personalized services…. (read more)

o July 30, 2006: Submission deadline
o September 8, 2006: Author notification
o September 29, 2006: Submission of Camera-ready papers
o December 18, 2006: Workshop

The workshop will seek submissions that cover aspects of privacy protection
solutions and threats as they pertain to various data mining endeavors. The
following comprises a sample, but not complete, listing of topics:

  • Biomedical and healthcare data
    mining research privacy
  • Cryptographic tools for privacy
    preserving data mining
  • Inference and disclosure
    control for data mining
  • Learning algorithms for
    randomized/perturbed data
  • Legal and regulatory frameworks
    for data mining and privacy
  • Privacy and anonymity in
    e-commerce and user profiling
  • Privacy aspects of business
    processes and enterprise management
  • Privacy aspects of geographic,
    spatial, and temporal data
  • Privacy aspects of ubiquitous
    computing systems
  • Privacy enhancement
    technologies in web environments
  • Privacy policy infrastructure,
    enforcement, and analysis
  • Privacy preserving link and
    social network analysis
  • Privacy preserving applications
    for homeland security
  • Privacy preserving data
  • Privacy protection in fraud and
    identify theft prevention
  • Privacy threats due to data
  • Query systems and access
  • Trust management for data

Workshop On Uncertainty And Fuzziness In
Case-Based Reasoning

Taking Place On Sep 5, 2006, As Part Of ECCBR 2006 - 8TH EUROPEAN

The paper submission deadline of our workshop has been extended to
JUNE 11. For detailed information, please visit the workshop website at