Accepted ICDM 2011 Demos
BeTracker: A System for Finding Behavioral Patterns from Contextual Sensor and Social Data
Hsun-Ping Hsieh (National Taiwan University)
TeamExp: Top-k Team Formation in Social Networks
Mehdi Kargar (York University)
SentiCorr: Multilingual Sentiment Analysis of Personal Correspondence
Erik Tromp (Eindhoven University of Technology)
Route Discovery from Mining Uncertain Trajectories
Hechen Liu (University of Florida)
NetDriller: A Powerful Social Network Analysis Tool
Negar Koochakzadeh (University of Calgary)
AskUs: an Opinion Search Engine
Shamita Pisal (Aruba Networks)
BioGraph: Knowledge Discovery and Exploration in the Biomedical domain
Jeroen De Knijf (Antwerp University)
IEEE ICDM 2011 Call for Exhibits and Demos
ICDM '11: The 11th IEEE International Conference on Data Mining
Sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society
December 11-14, 2011, Vancouver, Canada
August 9, 2011: Exhibit and Demo Proposal submission deadline (11:59pm Hawaii time)
September 16, 2011: Exhibit and Demo Proposal Notification date
The ICDM 2011 Exhibit and Demo sections will consist of an Exhibit Session and a Demo Session. The Exhibit Session will offer opportunities to distribute product, service, and company literature, give demonstrations and carry out recruitment activities. The Demo Session will provide data mining researchers and practitioners an exciting and highly interactive way to explore new ideas and results. Accepted demo papers will be published in the ICDM 2011 Workshops Proceedings.
General exhibitors will be supplied with a standard table (180cm x 60cm) with fees.
- The first table will be charged US$1,000 and subsequent tables will be charged $500 each.
- These fees are valid only if payment is received by 23 Sept 2011. After 23 Sept 2011 the fees will increase by 20%.
- Exhibitors will be responsible for any other equipment including all hardware and software required for their exhibits.
Benefits for an Exhibitor
- One company logo at the conference web-site (in the exhibit & demo section)
- Option to include flyers or CD in conference bag for an additional fee of $200 per item
- Complimentary coffee breaks
- Discounted registration fee for all team members manning the exhibit
Exhibit proposals will be submitted to the Exhibit and Demo chairs by email. Please contact the Exhibit and Demo chairs for questions or proposals (contact information is below).
- A demo is for:
- demonstrating data mining software systems and libraries closely related to the area of data mining and knowledge discovery
- showing new technological advances in applying data mining techniques.
- The demo proposal needs to describe:
- the motivation for the demonstrated concepts
- the design
- the development and functionality of the work in an interactive setting
- the significance of the contribution.
Preparing Your Demo Submissions
The demonstration submissions must be within four pages in IEEE proceedings style (double-column pages) and should include:
- Authors (name, affiliation, email, address, phone and fax)
- Corresponding author with her/his email address
- Abstract (max. 150 words)
- Category of the submission
- URL for the demo software (if available)
- Paper ID if the demo is related to a paper at the main conference
- Equipment you will bring (e.g., laptop, projector)
- Equipment you will need (e.g., table, poster board, power sockets)
- Special requirements (e.g., extra space and if so how much, video projector)
- Discussion of the present state of your demo (e.g., ready to demonstrate now, but if not, include a realistic estimate for conclusion and what remains to be done before you have a demonstrable system)
- Relevance to ICDM
- Novelty of the application domain
- Technical advances and challenges
- Quality and soundness of the underlying technology
- Potential for public interaction
- Overall attractiveness of the demonstrated system