KDD-2004 invited talks, early registration

Gabor Melli - KDD 2004 Publicity Chair gmelli_kdd2004 at predictionworks.com
Mon Jul 12 16:39:54 EST 2004

The Tenth ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge
Discovery and Data Mining will take place in Seattle,
Washington, USA from August 22 through 25, with an
optional trip to Rainier National Park on August 26.

The invited talks to the conference include Eric Haseltine,
Director of Research at NSA, and David Heckerman Manager,
Machine Learning and Applied Statistics Group at Microsoft

Early registration deadline is Friday July 16. After that
date registration fees increase by approximately $100.

Visit the conference web site at http://www.kdd2004.com
or http://www.acm.org/sigkdd/kdd2004/

KDD is the premier international conference on knowledge
discovery and data mining.  The conference will provide a
forum for academic researchers and industry and government
innovators to share in their results and experience. The
program will include keynote presentations, oral paper
presentations, poster presentations, workshops, tutorials,
and panels, as well as the KDD Cup competition.


Technical papers
- Research track: 40 presentations and 45 posters
- Industry/Gov. track: 13 presentations and 13 posters 

Tutorials (at no additional cost)
- Data Mining and Machine Learning in Time Series Databases 
- Junk E-mail Filtering 
- Mining Unstructured Data 
- Online Mining Data Streams 
- Graph structures in data mining 
- Data quality and Data Cleaning: An Overview 

- 6th Workshop on Web Mining and Web Analysis (WebKDD 2004) 
- 5th Workshop on Multimedia Data Mining (MDM/KDD 2004) 
- 4th Workshop on Data Mining in Bioinformatics (BIOKDD 2004) 
- 3rd Workshop on Mining Temporal and Sequential Data 
- 3rd Workshop on Multi-Relational Data Mining (MRDM 2004) 
- 3nd Workshop on Data Mining Standards (DM-SSP 2004) 
- "Link Discovery" Workshop (LinkKDD 2004) 
- Mining for and from the Semantic Web (MSW 2004) 


The conference will take place at the Westin Hotel in
downtown Seattle. The city of Seattle is located beside an
inlet to the Pacific Ocean, and is particularly beautiful
city in the summer. Some of the top sightseeing activities
near the conference site include: the Space Needle, Pike
Place Market, Pacific Science Center, Experience Music
Project (EMP), Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle Aquarium, Seattle
Art Museum, Pioneer Square, Boeing Tour, Ballard Locks,
University of Washington and the International District.
A day trip to Mount Rainier is available the day after
the conference.


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