PAKDD 2008 Workshop on
Data Mining for
Decision Making and Risk Management
Call for Participation
All submitted papers will be refereed for quality and originality by Program Committee. Manuscripts should be in English and consist of a cover page with title, authors' names, postal and email address, an up to 200-words abstract, up to 5 keywords and a body not longer than 12 single-spaced pages with font size at least 11 pts in LNCS format (http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html). All papers must be submitted electronically by e-mail to the Workshop Chair (tsumoto(at)med.shimane-med.ac.jp) in PDF format only. Submitting a paper to the workshop means that if the paper is accepted, at least one author should attend the workshop to present the paper. Attendees are required to register at PAKDD'08 website.
Potential (but not exclusive) topics include:
Scope of workshop
The organizations and systems in our modern society become large and
complex to provide more advanced services due to the growing variety
of social demands. Such organizations and systems are efficient but
highly complex, and can cause various unexpected situations. According
to this observation, the importance of decision making and
risk management on these organizations and systems has been strongly
noticed in recent years. On the other hand, accumulation of a large amount
of data on the operations of the organizations and systems became easier
on under the introduction of information technology. These data can be used to
support decision making or risk management in the organizations and systems.
This workshop focuses on both data mining and statistical techniques
to detect and analyze the risks potentially existing in the organizations
and systems and to utilize the risk information for their better management
and decision support.
Fourth Revision, Apr 19, 2008
Third Revision: Jan 7, 2008
Second Revision: Dec 20, 2007
First Version: Dec 19,. 2007
Department of Medical Informatics,
Faculty of Medicine,
Izumo 693-8501 Japan
Workshop Format: Half-day workshop.
We will accept 10 technical papers at most.
Each technical paper will have a 15 minutes presentation.
All accepted papers will be included in the workshop note,
printed for the attendees. By additional reviewing after the workshop,
outstanding papers will be selected and included in the LNCS/LNAI Post Proceedings
of PAKDD Workshops.