Author Archives: Philippe Fournier-Viger

How to publish in top conferences/journals? (Part 2) – The opportunity cost of research

Many researchers wish to produce high quality papers and have a great research impact. But how? In a previous blog post, I have discussed how the “blue ocean strategy” can be applied to publish in top conference/journal. In this blog … Continue reading

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Plagiarism by K. Raghu Naga Dhareswararao, T. Kishore

After the recent case of plagiarism at the  Ilahia college of engineering that I have reported recently, where no actions was taken at all to punish the professors who have plagiarized my paper, I have found today that another of my … Continue reading

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The PAKDD 2017 conference (a brief report)

This week, I have attended the PAKDD 2017 conference in Jeju Island, South Korea, this week, from the 23 to 26th May.  PAKDD is the top data mining conference for the asia-pacific region. It is held every year in a … Continue reading

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Plagiarism by Bhawna Mallick and Kriti Raj at Galgotias College of Engineering & Technology

Today, I found that a paper written by Bhawna Mallick,  Kriti Raj and Himani from India is plagiarizing my papers. Those persons are affiliated to the  Galgotias College of Engg & Tech., India formerly known as Uttar Pradesh  Technical University. The paper is … Continue reading

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How to publish in top conferences/journals? (Part 1) – The Blue Ocean Strategy

A question that many young researchers ask is how to get your papers published in top conferences and journal.  There are many answers to this question. In this blog post, I will discuss a strategy for carrying research called the “Blue Ocean … Continue reading

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This is why you should visualize your data!

In the data science and data mining communities, several practitioners are applying various algorithms on data, without attempting to visualize the data.  This is a big mistake because sometimes, visualizing the data greatly helps to understand the data. Some phenomena are obvious … Continue reading

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An Introduction to Sequential Pattern Mining

In this blog post, I will give an introduction to sequential pattern mining, an important data mining task with a wide range of applications from text analysis to market basket analysis.  This blog post is aimed to be a short … Continue reading

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An Introduction to Data Mining

In this blog post, I will introduce the topic of data mining. The goal is to give a general overview of what is data mining. What is data mining? Data mining is a field of research that has emerged in … Continue reading

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Write more papers or write better papers? (quantity vs quality)

In this blog post, I will discuss an important question for young researchers, which is: Is it better to try to write more papers  or to try to write fewer but better papers?  In other words, what is more important: quantity … Continue reading

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Using LaTeX for writing research papers

Many researchers are using Microsoft Word  for writing research papers. However, Microsoft Word has several problems or limitations.  In this blog post, I will discuss the use of LaTeX as an alternative to Microsoft Word for writing research papers. What is LaTeX? … Continue reading

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