CALL FOR CHAPTERS
High-Utility Pattern Mining: Theory, Algorithms and Applications
Editors: Philippe Fournier-Viger, Chun-Wei Lin, Roger Nkambou, Bay Vo
An edited book to be published by Springer in 2018
This book will provide an introduction to the high utility mining, reviews state-of-the-art techniques, and discusses recent advances. The book will contains several chapters, contributed by authors.
- Presents an overview of the theory and core methods used in utility mining
- Covers recent advances on high utility mining
- Covers stream, incremental, sequence and the big data paradigm.
- Discusses important applications and open-source software.
If you wish to write a chapter, please submit a chapter proposal by according to the following deadlines:
|Chapter proposal deadline:||1st October 2017|
|Proposal acceptance date:||10th October 2017|
|Full chapter submission deadline:||15th January 2018|
|Planned publication date:||1st July 2018|
Topics of interest (not limited to):
- high-utility itemset mining
- high-utility sequential patterns and rules
- incremental high-utility itemset mining
- utility mining in streams
- utility mining in uncertain databases
- utility mining in big data
- concise representations of utility patterns
- periodic, recent, high utility patterns
- visualization techniques.
- privacy preserving utility mining
- open-source software
A chapter can be either a survey of a topic of interest or be a research paper.
Interested researchers are invited to submit a chapter proposal clearly stating your focused problems and contributions related to one of the above topics due on the 1st October 2017. This must include a proposed title, abstract, author list with names/affiliations/e-mails, and a brief description of the organization of your chapter in terms of sections and content. Authors of accepted chapters will be notified by the 10th October 2017. Full chapters are due by the 15th January 2018. The Springer LaTeX template for multi-author books must be used for chapters..
Enquiries and submissions can be sent to Philippe Fournier-Viger