First International Workshop on Knowledge
Discovery from Sensor Data (Sensor-KDD '07)

 

To be held in conjunction with

Sensor-KDD
'07 Workshop
 
August 12, 2007
San Jose, California, USA

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Wide-area sensor infrastructures, remote sensors, and wireless sensor networks yield massive volumes of disparate, dynamic, and geographically distributed data. As sensors are becoming ubiquitous, a set of broad requirements is beginning to emerge across high-priority applications including disaster preparedness and management, adaptability to climate change, national or homeland security, and the management of critical infrastructures. The raw data from sensors need to be efficiently managed and transformed to usable information through data fusion, which in turn must be converted to predictive insights via knowledge discovery, ultimately facilitating automated or human-induced tactical decisions or strategic policy. The challenges for the Knowledge Discovery community are immense. On the one hand, dynamic data streams or events require real-time analysis methodologies and systems, while on the other hand centralized processing through high end computing is required for generating offline predictive insights, which in turn can facilitate real-time analysis. Problems ranging from mitigating hurricane impacts, preparing for abrupt climate change, preventing terror attacks and monitoring improvised explosive devices require knowledge discovery solutions designed to detect and analyze anomalies, change, extremes and nonlinear processes, and departures from normal behavior.

Sponsors:
1. Computational Sciences and Engineering Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
2. European Project KDUbiq-WG3, Information Society Technology, European Union

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Attendance:
The workshop was a success; more than 70 participants registered and attended the workshop.

Book Publication - Knowledge Discovery from Sensor Data:
Knowledge Discovery from Sensor Data

The extended versions of all papers accepted and presented at this workshop were recently published by CRC Press as a book.

For more information about the book, please click here.

 

 

Paper Publication:
Extended versions of the best papers accepted and presented at the workshop are currently being submitted for consideration to be published in a special issue of the journal Intelligent Data Analysis.

 

 

 

 
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