Web Mining for Usage Patterns and User Profileshttp://db.cs.ualberta.ca/webkdd02/ firstname.lastname@example.org
July 23, 2002, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Held in conjunction with the
By invitation only
Request to Register (until July 10th)
WEBKDD'02 is the forth of a successful series of workshops
on knowledge discovery in the Web. The strong interest for KDD in the
Web has been manifested since the first WEBKDD workshop in 1999. The
demand for attendance is expected to be high, as in previous workshops,
and participation is limited to invited persons in order to create a
workshop environment with strong emphasis on interactions between
participants. Attendees are chosen based on paper submissions and
statement of interests to foster exchanges of ideas between industry
The WEBKDD'02 workshop aims to bring together practitioners on web-commerce, portals and ASPs, decision-makers in non-commercial institutions that exploit web technologies to optimize their services, technology providers and data mining researchers to forster the exchange of ideas and the dissemination of emerging solutions on user and usage modelling for web-based applications.
Topics of interest
WEBKDD'02 calls for contributions related to data mining of log data, site information, document contents, user records and preferences, for the exploitation of the mining results in user profiling and usage modelling. These include the following subjects:
Publication of the workshop proceedingsThe workshop notes will be published by ACM and distributed during the workshop.
The full version of the accepted papers will be published by Springer-Verlag, after a second round of reviews, as a post-proceedings in the Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence series (LNCS/LNAI).