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Dear colleagues,

Due to the conference reschedule because of the coronavirus crisis the 
important dates have changed

Please consider submitting a contribution to the
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ECAI-2020 (http://ecai2020.eu/) Workshop entitled "Machine Learning for 
Data Streams".

URL: http://www.ml4ds2020.site/

Submission of papers: https://easychair.org/cfp/ml4ds2020
Held in Santiago de Compostela (Spain) on August 29 or 30, 2020 (to be 
confirmed).
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We are looking forward to receiving your contributions.


Topics of interest:

-          Supervised classification models for data streams

-          Clustering methods for data streams

-          Discovering association methodology for data streams

-          Real and virtual concept drift detection methods

-          Evaluation measures in machine learning for data streams

-          Anomaly and novelty detection for data streams

Important Dates:

     May 24, 2020 – Submission deadline
     June 15, 2020 – Final decision to authors
     August 29 or 30, 2020 (to be confirmed) – Workshop

Invited talk:
Boaz Lerner (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel), "Detection of 
Concept Drift, Novelty, and Latent Mechanisms in Data Streams"

Publication:
The accepted papers will be published as an edited book by Now 
Publishers, indexed in leading databases such as the Web of Science Book 
Citation Index and SCOPUS. There will be the hardcover (full color) and 
the eBook versions. The paper with the best reviews will be invited to 
be extended and submitted to the JCR "International Journal of 
Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence" journal, in a 
special issue that will be published by 2021. There will be a special 
issue in "Progress in Artificial Intelligence" for an extended version 
of the second-best paper.

Organizing Committee:

     Concha Bielza, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain
     Pedro Larrañaga, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain
     Joao Gama, Porto University, Portugal

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