Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence
- Photo gallery is now online!
- Conference hotel's special
rate of $185++ (deluxe room) is guaranteed
until 17 March 2006 only. All participants
are advised to register before this date.
- Conference registration
is now open!
(Early registration deadline: 27 February
- PAKDD2006 has finalized
- Tentative program of PAKDD
School is available.
- PAKDD data mining competition
is now open.
The 10th Pacific-Asia Conference on Knowledge
Discovery and Data Mining (PAKDD 2006) is a leading
international conference in the areas of data
mining and knowledge discovery. It provides an
international forum for researchers and industry
practitioners to share their new ideas, original
research results and practical development experiences
from all KDD related areas including data mining,
data warehousing, machine learning, databases,
statistics, knowledge acquisition and automatic
scientific discovery, data visualization, causal
induction and knowledge-based systems.
The conference calls
for research papers reporting original investigation
results and industrial track papers reporting
real data mining applications and system development
experience. The conference also solicits proposals
for tutorials on crucial technologies of knowledge
discovery and data mining, and calls for workshop
proposals focusing on specific new challenges
and emergency issues of knowledge discovery
and data mining.
known as "The Garden City", is situated at the
southern tip of the Malaysian Peninsula in South-East
Asia. With a rich and interesting history tracking
back from 1819, Singapore is a small but prosperous
cosmopolitan nation diversified with 4 main
ethnic groups, namely, Chinese, Malays, Indians
and Eurasians. With museums exhibiting rich
collection of historical information and relics
as contrasted to the fun theme parks, holidaying
spots as well as bustling shopping and dining
heavens, Singapore is an excellent utopia to
unwind from the daunting stress of today's society.
Technological University (NTU)
Located in the south-western
part of the country some 25 km from the city
centre, NTU has a 200-ha campus in Jurong. This
is the Yunnan Garden Campus. The original part
of the campus was built in 1986, and the campus
buildings are laid out on a master plan drawn
up by world famous architect Kenzo Tange.
In November/December 2000,
National Institute of Education (NIE) shifted
into its new, state-of-the-art, $400 million
campus at the NTU grounds.
University was recently ranked by the Times
Higher Education Supplement at the 50th place
globally and 7th in Asia, in its ranking of
the 200 best universities in the world.
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