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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: Salford Data Mining Conference 2009 (SALFORD 2009)

Call for Papers

Salford Data Mining Conference 2009 (SALFORD 2009)
Location: San Diego, California, United States
Conference Dates: August 23-25, 2009
Abstract Submission Deadline: May 15, 2009

Contributed papers covering any application of CART, MARS, TreeNet, and RandomForests will be considered, including innovative and unusual applications.

Papers may have a focus on methodology and cover any key area of data mining such as data quality assessment, missing value imputation, feature selection, model selection, ensemble methods, but should be rooted in a substantive industrial data mining context and report on real world data. We welcome applied data analysis papers from any industry or field of study. Illustrative industry sessions under consideration and requests for papers include: 
Topics of Interest

 Financial Services
Targeted marketing, Customer Acquisition
Fraud Detection
CRM: Customer Retention
Risk management and score card development
Loss management in insurance


 Financial Markets Modeling
Stock Selection and Portfolio Management
Business Cycle Forecasting

Churn modeling
Collections management
Fraud detection

 Bioinformatics, Healthcare and Medicine
DNA Microarray Data Analysis
Drug Discovery

 Web Mining and Text Mining
User profiling
Recommendation Systems
Learning from Designed Experiments

 Engineering, Manufacturing, and Quality Control
Semiconductor quality control

 Public Sector, Defense, Security