Ohio State University
University of Maryland (Baltimore County Campus)
University of Minnesota
Queens University, Canada
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
G. Agrawal , Ohio State University
E. Bertino, DSI, University of Milan, Italy
D. Cheung, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
A. Choudhary, Northwestern University, USA
J. Gehrke, Cornell University, USA
R. Grossman, University of Illinois-Chicago, USA
Ron Musick, iKuni Inc., USA
G. Ostrouchov, Oak Ridge National Labs, USA
S. Orlando, University of Venice, Italy
B. H. Park , Oak Ridge National Labs, USA
Y. Pan, Georgia State University, USA
R. Rastogi , Lucent Technologies, USA
P. Scheuermann, Northwestern University
K. Sivakumar, Washington State University, USA
D. Talia, DEIS, University of Calabria, Italy
G. Williams, CSIRO, Aust. Nat. Univ., Australia
B. Rutt, Ohio State University
A. Ghoting, Ohio State University
HPDM: High Performance, Pervasive, and Data Stream Mining
6th International Workshop on High Performance Data Mining:
in conjunction with
Pervasive and Data Stream Mining (HPDM:PDS'03)
This is the 6th workshop on this theme held annually.
The first four held
in conjunction with IPDPS were
held at Orlando (
HPDM'98), San Juan (
and San Francisco (PDDM01).
Last years workshop was held along-side the SIAM conference
with a special focus on mobile and location-aware data mining issues
This years workshop while continuing its focus on traditional
areas of high performance data mining, also embraces the new areas
of pervasive and datastream mining and management.
This workshop will focus on the emerging field of high performance,
pervasive, and data stream mining. Over the years the definition of high
performance computing has taken on various forms as a function of the
types of technical and creative uses and the underlying semantics of the
applications driving them. Traditional definitions often refer to the
problem of using high end parallel computers to meet the need of
scientific applications. However, high performance computing can also
include the need for fast sequential algorithms that target memory and I/O
performance. The last decade has seen the growth and importance of grid
computing where resources and data are physically distributed. This has
led to the development of high performance distributed algorithms over the
More recently we have seen the advent of mobile and distributed computing
environments and sensor networks that offer a completely new set of
data mining applications. Accessing and analyzing data in a ubiquitous
environment offer many challenges. They include distributed resource aware
algorithms, limited access to possibly privacy sensitive data, novel
challenges in human-computer interaction, and algorithms for handling
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Resource and location-aware mining algorithms.
- Data mining in mobile environments.
- Grid-based data mining and management.
- Theoretical foundations of resource-aware data mining.
- Systems support for resource and location aware data mining.
- Data stream mining and management.
- Efficient, scalable, disk-based, parallel and distributed algorithms
for large-scale data mining and pre-procesing and post-processing
- Parallel or distributed techniques for incremental, exploratory and
- Frameworks for KDD systems, and parallel or distributed mining.
- Applications of parallel and distributed data mining (PDDM) in
business, science, engineering, medicine, and other disciplines.
- Theoretical foundation of PDDM.
The organizers plan to have one invited talk, preferably by an exponent in the
areas of special interest (mobile data mining, mining over the information grid,
or mining over streaming datasets). The organizers plan to have one panel on
a topic to be determined. Panelists will include some of the top people working
in the area of high performance data mining. In addition it is anticipated
that there will be two contributed sessions and one invited session on various
topics of interest to the workshop.
- Notification to authors:
March 10 2003.
- Final papers due:
March 30 2003.
Authors are instructed to submit articles that meet the following criteria:
Papers that do not meet the above criteria may not be reviewed.
You can submit by emailing the PS or
PDF file to email@example.com . Use the subject header "HPDM:PDS03:submission" when you email
Hardcopy submissions may be sent to:
- No more than 20 double spaced pages excluding bibliography.
- At least 11pt. font.
- One title page (not included in the above 20) containing:
- the title
- names and affiliations of all authors
- contact author information
- abstract of no more than 100 words
- PS or PDF format only.
Dr. Srinivasan Parthasarathy
Please be aware that hardcopy submissions
must arrive at the above address by the due date in order to be considered by
the program committee.
DL 395, 2015 Neil Ave.,
Ohio State University,
- Following the tradition in previous workshops in addition to
contributed papers there will be one or two invited talks and/or a panel
discusssion relevant to the theme of the workshop.
- Program committee members will be instructed to consider work-in-progress
papers with novel ideas and such papers are welcomed by the co-chairs.