Text Mining 2003



May 3, 2003 Workshop
Cathedral Hill Hotel
San Francisco, CA

To be Held in Conjunction with
Third SIAM International Conference on Data Mining (SDM 2003)

Workshop Poster

Theme Statement | Topics of interest | Registration | Submission Requirements
Important Dates | Program | Program Committee | Organizing Committee | Sponsors



Theme Statement

The proliferation of digital computing devices and their use in communication has resulted in an increased demand for systems and algorithms capable of mining textual data. Thus, the development of techniques for mining unstructured, semi-structured, and fully structured textual data has become quite important in both academia and industry. As a result, this Workshop will survey the emerging field of Text Mining - the application of techniques of machine learning in conjunction with natural language processing, information extraction and algebraic/mathematical approaches to computational information retrieval. Many issues are being addressed in this field ranging from the development of new learning approaches to the parallelization of existing algorithms. The goal of this Workshop is to provide a venue for researchers to share initial approaches and preliminary results of recent research in Text Mining. Through the careful selection and review of submitted workshop papers, we hope to provide a suitable selection of topics that will both generate interest and provide insight into the state of the field of Text Mining.

A one-day workshop on Text Mining is being held in conjunction with SDM 2003 in San Francisco, CA (May '03) to bring together researchers from a variety of disciplines to present their current approaches and results in text mining.


Topics of interest include:


Registration

Attendees are required to register for SDM 2003 so that no separate registration is needed for this workshop.


Submission Requirements

To submit a paper for consideration, email either a Postscript or PDF file as an attachment to berry@cs.utk.edu.
Papers should be printable on 8.5 × 11 paper only and be roughly 10 pages in length using a 11pt font in two-column font with 1 inch margins.

To guarantee consideration, manuscripts must be received by February 15, 2003 February 18, 2003 Deadline has now passed
Submission of work in progress is also encouraged.



Important Dates

Papers Due: Feb 15th extended to Tuesday, Feb 18th Deadline has now passed
Notification of Acceptance: Mar 7th Notifications have been made
Camera ready: Mar 21th Proceedings has been shipped to SIAM
Workshop: May 3rd

Workshop Program

Keynote Speaker: Hinrich Schütze (Enkata Technologies), Keynote Presentation Slides (PowerPoint)

Schedule (PDF)



Program Committee

Katy Börner, Indiana University
Malu Castellanos, HP Labs, Palo Alto
Chris Ding, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (NERSC)
William Ferng, Boeing
Rick Fierro, California State University at San Marcos
Kyle Gallivan, Florida State University
David Icove, Tennessee Valley Authority
Anne Kao, Boeing
Mei Kobayashi, IBM Tokyo Research Lab
Haesun Park, University of Minnesota
Dan Phelps, Kodak
Padma Raghavan, Pennsylvania State University
Flavio Sartoretto, Univ. of Venezia (Italy)
Pierre Senellart, Ecole Normale Supérieure (Paris)


Organizing Committee

Organizers
Michael W. Berry
Department of Computer Science
203 Claxton Complex
University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN 37996-3450
Phone: (865) 974-3838
Fax: (865) 974-4404

berry@cs.utk.edu
William M. Pottenger
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Lehigh University
Bethlehem, PA 18015
Phone: (610) 758-3454
Fax: (610) 758-6279


billp@cse.lehigh.edu


Sponsors

Kodak LogoEastman Kodak Company   Telcordia LogoTelcordia Technologies



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