[DL] IJCRS2017 special session on FCA and Rough set: submission due 28th March

Mehdi Kaytoue mehdi.kaytoue at insa-lyon.fr
Wed Mar 15 10:39:23 CET 2017


Dear colleagues, 

IJCRS2017 organizers are pleased to inform that due to a large
influx of submissions, the submission deadline is now March 28 midnight Greenwich time!

This applies also for the special track session on Formal Concept Analysis, Rough Set Theory and Their
Applications, so you have a bit more time to submit your work!

Updated info on: http://www.wikicfp.com/cfp/servlet/event.showcfp?eventid=61624

With our best regards,
Jaume Baixeries, Dmitry Ignatov, Mehdi Kaytoue and Sergei O. Kuznetsov 


> Début du message réexpédié :
> 
> De: Jaume Baixeries <jbaixer at lsi.upc.edu>
> Objet: [fca-list] Call for papers
> Date: 19 février 2017 à 16:13:11 UTC+1
> À: fca-list at cs.uni-kassel.de
> 
> Call For Papers
> 
> Special Session on Formal Concept Analysis, Rough Set Theory and Their
> Applications
> 
> 
> Objectives
> Formal Concept Analysis (FCA) is a mathematically well-founded theory
> aimed at applications in data analysis and knowledge discovery. FCA
> allows one to build a concept lattice and dependencies of different
> kinds (rules, implications, etc.) for input data in both supervised
> and unsupervised forms. This machinery can be be used for many
> purposes, e.g. learning from data, biclustering, knowledge
> representation, reasoning, ontology engineering, information
> retrieval, recommendation, and text processing.
> 
> On the one hand FCA provides operationalisation of objects similarity
> in terms of their common attributes (or common descriptions), on the
> other hand Rough Set Theory studies their discernibility and provides
> convenient means for approximation, which are complementary, in a
> certain sense, to fuzzy concepts. Accordingly, there are many links
> between FCA and Rough Set Theory that can be found in data analysis,
> pattern mining, fuzzy sets theory, database theory, algebraic
> representation, logic systems, reasoning systems, etc.
> 
> Recent years have shown an increased activity in FCA, in particular in
> extending FCA to different formalisms: pattern
> structures, database representation, fuzzy FCA, relational FCA,
> polyadic concepts, etc. These extensions allow FCA to deal with more
> complex than just binary object-attribute data (e.g. RDF data, rating
> matrices, sequences and graphs), for data analysis, knowledge
> discovery and knowledge engineering.
> Therefore, this special session will be interested in issues such as:
> 
> - Relationship between FCA and Rough Set Theory, fuzzy closure
> systems, fuzzy orders.
> - RS/FCA algorithms for Big Data
> - RS/FCA algorithms for complex data
> - How can existing FCA algorithms help RS and vice versa? - RS/FCA for
> Knowledge Discovery and Pattern Mining
> - RS/FCA for Knowledge Engineering and Representation
> - Bireducts and biclusters
> - Rule-based approaches in RS/FCA
> - Multi-way extensions of RS/FCA
> 
> Topics of interest.
> 
> The main topics include, but not limited to:
> 
> - Foundations of FCA and RS
> - Scalable algorithms in FCA and RS for Big Data.
> - Applications of FCA and RS in complex data: text mining,
> classification and mining in web of data, information retrieval,
> recommendation, visualization and navigation.
> 
> Organizers & Session Chairs:
> • Jaume Baixeries
> • Dmitry Ignatov dignatov {at} hse.ru
> • Mehdi Kaytoue
> • Sergei Kuznetsov
> 
> Important Dates
> 
> Deadline for submitting 10-20 page regular conference papers: February 28, 2017
> Deadline for submitting 6+ page short papers: March 28, 2017 << NEW>>
> Notification of acceptance for 10-20 page regular conference papers
> and 6+ page long short papers: March 30, 2017
> Deadline for submitting camera-ready accepted conference papers: April 15, 2017
> Conference: July 3-7, 2017
> 
> Accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings in
> Springer’s LNCS/LNAI series and indexed in Web of Science.
> See more information on submission procedure and paper requirements
> here: http://ijcrs2017.uwm.edu.pl/?page_id=43.
> 
> The main deadlines are in line with the conference schedule and may be
> extended: http://ijcrs2017.uwm.edu.pl/?page_id=190
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