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CIDM'2011 special session on Perspectives of Dimensionality Reduction and Visual Analytics

28 Septembre 2010


Catégorie : Conférence internationale


Dear colleagues,

We are please to announce a special session at IEEE CIDM'2011 on

'Perspectives of Dimensionality Reduction and Visual Analytics'

It will take place in Paris on April 11 - 15, 2011 during the Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Data Mining : http://www.ieee-ssci.org/2011/cidm-2011

Organizers: Michael Aupetit (CEA List, France), Barbara Hammer  (Bielefeld University, Germany), Fabrice Rossi (Telecom ParisTech, France)


Description:

Dimensionality reduction and data visualization constitute key techniques which allow humans to intuitively scan through large volumes of complex or high-dimensional data, thereby relying on their astonishing cognitive capabilities for visual perception.

A variety of high quality nonlinear dimensionality reduction tools has recently been established including, for example, local linear embedding, Isomap, t-distributed stochastic neighbor embedding, etc. With data sets and tasks becoming more and more complex, a number of new challenges arises. The goal of the special session is to shed some light on the following issues:

  • How can methods be adapted to very large data sets?
  • How can the methods be evaluated properly, visualization being an inherently ill-posed task?
  • How can methods be extended to manifold projection and approximate back-projection such that a deeper inspection and analysis becomes possible?
  • How can the methods be combined with data mining tools (such as clustering or prediction) to get the most information from the data?
  • How can the methods be adapted to widely parameterless tools suited for users outside the field?
Important dates:
  • Paper submission due : october 31, 2010
  • Notification to authors : december 15, 2010
  • Camera-Ready Paper Due : January 15, 2011
Submission and information update :

http://www.ieee-ssci.org/2011/submission-information

Thank you

Michael Aupetit