Data Mining


Subject: Data Mining
From: H.M. Hubey (hubeyh@mail.montclair.edu)
Date: Fri Oct 13 2000 - 17:13:26 MET DST


Session on DataMining:: Techniques, Methods, Applications

                        Contact:: Dr. Mark Hubey hubeyh@mail.montclair.edu

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                International Conference on Computing and Information
                                          Technologies
             Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, New Jersey, USA
                                        October 12th, 2001

                                http://csam.montclair.edu/~iccit2001

The International Conference on Computing and Information Technologies (ICCIT'2001) will be held October
12th, 2001 at Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, New Jersey, USA. The ICCIT'2001 is a forum for
academics, computer and information scientists, engineers and applied mathematicians to share, exchange
views and ideas on computing sciences and computer technology and to present their current and future work to
the scientific and technical community.

The ICCIT'2001 Conference is organized for the 25th anniversary of the computer science department and is
sponsored by the MSU Computer Science Dept, co-sponsored by World Scientific and Engineering Society (WSES)
and International Technology Institute (ITI).

As you see from the conference site, Dr. Lofti Zadeh is our keynote speaker in the morning. We are expecting
President Cole to welcome the participants. In addition there will be a conference exhibition for publishers,
hardware and software vendors.

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 THE CONFERENCE EXPLORES EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE AREAS

   Computer Science
   Computational Sciences
   Information Sciences
   Geographic Information Systems
   Computer Engineering
   Biological Computing
   Computational Intelligence
   Information Systems

 PAPER SUBMISSION AND FORMAT
    Send three copies of the paper by regular mail, or
    Attach your paper to an e.mail, having the following formats:
       [ *.doc ] Microsoft Word Format
       [ *.pdf ] Portable Document Format
       [ *.ps ] Postscript Format

 PAPER STYLE
 The style of your manuscript should be single-column, up to six pages including figures and references.
Use the templates provided in the paper submission section. All the accepted papers for oral
presenation and for the poster sessions will be published in the conference proceedings.

 IMPORTANT DATES
    Deadline for submission of Papers: April 25, 2001
    Notification of Acceptance: May 30, 2001
    Deadline for submission of Final Papers: June 29, 2001
    Conference: October 12, 2001

 FOR MORE INFORMATION
 iccit'2001 Secretariat
 Department of Computer Science,
 Montclair State University,
 Upper Montclair, New Jersey 07043

    URL: http://csam.montclair.edu/~iccit2001
    e.mail: iccit2001@pegasus.montclair.edu
    Tel: (973) 655 - 4250
    Fax: (973) 655 - 4164

                    SPECIAL SESSIONS OF ICCIT'2001

             HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION/INTERFACE
             Chair: Mark Hubey Co-Chair: Eamon Doherty

             DATA WAREHOUSING/CLEANSING
             Chair: Edward Boyno Co-Chair: Anoop Singhal

             PARALLEL PROCESSING and COMPUTING
             Chair: Sotirios Ziavras Co-Chair: Mohan Kumar

             HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING
             Chair: John Jingfu Jenq Co-Chair: Wingning Li

             SOFT COMPUTING/DATA MINING
             Chair: Mark Hubey
                       
             CHINESE COMPUTING/SPECIAL NEEDS COMPUTING
             Chair: Chris Bloor Co-Chair: Lee Clubb

             GERIATRIC COMPUTING
             Chair: Albert "Skip" Rizzo

             NEURAL NETWORKS
             Chair: Angel Gutierrez Co-Chair: Alfredo Somolinos

             MULTIMEDIA EDUCATION
             Chair: Elaine Pearson Co-Chair: Steve Green

             BIOLOGICAL COMPUTING
             Chair: Nick Mavromatos

        DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS
        Chair: Mark Perry Co-chair: Rakhi Rajani

             GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS - COMPUTING
             Chair: J. M. Lincoln Co-Chair: W.D. Solecki

If you want to propose a new session, and want to be session chair, simply
find 3-4 presenter and send the proposal to the ICCT2001.

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Montclair State University is located in northern New Jersey, USA, just 14 miles from New York City. It is New
Jersey's largest comprehensive university and the second largest educational institution in the state.

                                 Some of the Attractions in the NY/NJ Metropolitan Area:

o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o---Atlantic City----o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o

Probably the largest gambling-resort city in the world. It surpassed Las Vegas a long time
ago. It is along the 120 mile NJ Boardwalk (along the Atlantic Ocean). Free buses travel to
Atlantic City everyday stopping at Rt. 46 about a mile from MSU. Or you can stay at hotels in
Atlantic City and make a single trip to MSU for the conference :-) Some hotel rates are
as low as $35.00 per night. And, no, you do not have to gamble. Many people go there just
for the shows.

http://www.123atlanticcity.com/
http://www.citytravelguide.com/atlantic-city.htm
 
For Public Transportation Info: http://www.njtransit.state.nj.us/mainterm.htm

o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o--- Six Flags--Great Adventures: http://www.sixflags.com/wildsafari

Six Flags Wild Safari, the world's largest drive-thru Safari outside Africa, features more than 1,200
animals from six continents roaming freely in the park. Get up close to zebras, elephants, rhinos,
tigers on your 4.5 mile voyage. Have your camera ready when our curious giraffes and monkeys
come right up to your car.

For the schedule:
http://www.sixflags.com/wildsafari/general/index.cfm?get_month=10&get_year=2000&x=10&y=8

o-o-o-o-oo-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o--Manhattan (the heart of New York City, the Big Apple)--o-o-o-o-o-o-o-oo-
 
Wall Street, World Trade Center (Twin Towers, 110 stories each), Greenwhich Village, East Village,
and "Chinatown" are all downtown. You can take the train midtown to catch a Broadway Play.

Or you can ride around in NYC, or take a ferry-ride around Manhattan. Or you can
take the train to Hoboken (from MSU), taxi to several places along the NJ coast and then take the
ferry to Manhattan instead of the train. There are ferry rides to the Statue of Liberty from downtown
Manhattan. The NJ commuter train lines to NYC are about 50 yards from MSU.

-- 
Regards, Mark
/\/\/\/\/\....I love humanity. It's people I can't stand...../\/\/\/\/\
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