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Jean-Charles Lamirel <[log in to unmask]>
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Last Call For Papers:

Workshop on
Incremental classification and clustering, concept drift, novelty detection, active learning in big/fast data context

In conjunction with
23rd IEEE International Conference on Data Mining 
(ICDM 2023)

Title: Incremental classification and clustering, concept drift, novelty detection, active learning in big/fast data context
Acronym: IncrLearn
Duration: One day


The development of dynamic information analysis methods, like incremental classification/clustering, 
concept drift management, novelty detection techniques and continuous or active learning is becoming 
a central concern in a bunch of applications whose main goal is to deal with information which is 
varying over time or with information flows that can oversize memory storage or computation capacity. 

The term “incremental” is often associated to the terms evolutionary, adaptive, interactive, on-line, 
or batch. Most of the learning methods were initially defined in a non-incremental way. However, 
in each of these families, were initiated incremental methods making it possible to consider the 
temporal component of a data flow or to achieve learning on huge/fast datasets in a tractable way. 
In a more general way incremental classification/clustering algorithms and novelty detection approaches 
are subjected to the following constraints:

1. Potential changes in the data description space must be considered;
2. Possibility to be applied without knowing as a preliminary all the data to be analyzed;
3. Taking into account of a new data must be carried out without making intensive use of the already considered data;
4. Result must but available after insertion of all new data.

Incremental learning applications relate themselves to very various and highly strategic domains, 
including web mining, social network analysis, adaptive information retrieval, anomaly or intrusion detection, 
process control and management recommender systems, technological and scientific survey, and even 
genomic information analysis, in bioinformatics.

This workshop aims to offer a meeting opportunity for academics and industry-related researchers, belonging to 
the various communities of Computational Intelligence, Machine Learning, Experimental Design, Data Mining and 
Big/Fast Data Management to discuss new areas of incremental classification, concept drift management, 
continuous and active learning and novelty detection and on their application to analysis of time varying 
information and huge dataset of various natures. Another important aim of the workshop is to bridge the gap 
between data acquisition or experimentation and model building.

Through an exhaustive coverage of the incremental learning area workshop will provide fruitful exchanges 
between plenaries, contributors and workshop attendees. The emerging big/fast data context will be taken 
into consideration in the workshop.

The set of proposed incremental techniques includes, but is not limited to:
* Novelty detection algorithms and techniques
* Semi-supervised and active learning approaches
* Adaptive hierarchical, k-means or density-based methods
* Adaptive neural methods and associated Hebbian learning techniques
* Incremental deep learning (continual learning)
* Multiview diachronic approaches
* Probabilistic approaches
* Distributed approaches
* Graph partitioning methods and incremental clustering approaches based on attributed graphs
* Incremental clustering approaches based on swarm intelligence and genetic algorithms
* Evolving classifier ensemble techniques
* Incremental classification methods and incremental classifier evaluation
* Drift detection methods
* Continuous learning methods for deep learning
* Dynamic feature selection techniques
* Clustering of time series 
* Learning on data streams
* Visualization methods for evolving data analysis results
* Simulation methods for changing environments.

The list of application domain includes, but it is not limited to:
* Evolving textual information analysis
* Evolving social network analysis
* Dynamic process control and tracking
* Intrusion and anomaly detection
* Genomics and DNA micro-array data analysis
* Adaptive recommender and filtering systems
* Scientometrics, webometrics and technological survey
* Incremental learning in LPWAN and IoT context

Important dates:

* Paper submission:	September 15, 2023
* Notification of acceptance:	October 5,  2023
* Camera-ready:	October 15, 2023
* ICDM 2023 Conference:	December 1-4, 2023 (workshop date 1st December 2023)

Submission Guidelines:

* Follow the submission guidelines of ICDM 2023 workshops :

Paper will be triple blind reviewed. The accepted papers will appear in ICDM workshops proceedings.

Associated journal:

Authors of high-quality paper published at the workshop will be proposed submit an extended version of their papers 
to the Topical Issue of Neural Computing and Applications (NCAA) International Journal on Incremental Learning.


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