Knowledge Discovery from Climate Data: Prediction, Extremes, and Impacts
A workshop entitled "Knowledge Discovery from Climate Data: Prediction, Extremes, and Impacts" will be held on December 6, 2009, in Miami, Florida, as part of one of the most prestigious peer-reviewed conferences in data mining and knowledge discovery, specifically, IEEE's International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM). The peer-reviewed workshop on climate data mining is being jointly organized by researchers from the University of Notre Dame, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and the University of Minnesota. In addition to oral and poster presentations, the papers will be archived by IEEE and ACM as part of the IEEE ICDM workshop proceedings. The topics of interest for this workshop include theoretical foundations, descriptive analysis, predictive modeling, uncertainty characterizations, impacts assessments, high-performance computing solutions, climate impacts assessments, and success stories, all in the context of mining massive climate related data sets for patterns, trends or extremes.
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