IEEE International Conference on Data Mining

Designing Safe and Secure Life on the Market of Data - Exchanging and Integrating Data via Insightful Communications - (MoDAT2015)

November 14th, in conjunction with IEEE ICDM 2015, Atlantic City, USA


Since ICDM2013, MoDAT is a workshop to discuss how to design the Market of Data. In this market, data are reasonably dealt with - opened free, sold for suitable prices, or exchanged/shared based on negotiation. In the negotiation, people are expected to discuss use-scenarios of data until they learn the value of data and feel free to share/exchange data with each other without fearing loss of business opportunities. In MoDAT workshops so far, participants discussed from aspects of data links, data/text/Web mining, creative communication, etc. As a result, methods born or bred in the MoDAT2013 and MoDAT2014 came to be applied for governmental and industrial activities toward data driven innovations and educations. This year we focus on the topic of planning safe and secure life of human(s), by using/reusing/integrating data in domains such as health care, transportation, crimes, information security, life log, communication in SNS etc.

Pre (preparetory) workshop

We will organize a pre-workshop in the morning of 13th November, 2015, for planning the details of this workshop in the same hotel, from 09:00 till 11:00. All speakers are welcome, the room will be notified quite short before the day (maybe night of 12th).

Program for 14th November, 2015

Room: Traymore B
08:30 - 08:45 Hello!!!

Yukio Ohsawa

Looking back at MoDATs since 2013, Chance Discovery since 2000

Market of data as a society toward data driven innovations
08:45 - 9:10

Teruaki Hayashi
Estimating Contextual Relationships of Stakeholders in Scenarios Using DBpedia

9:10 - 9:35

Naohiro Matsumura and Hideaki Takeda
Shikake Data Market for Collaborative Shikake Creation

9:35 - 9:55

Jun Nakamura and Masahiko Teramoto
Growth model of circulation from knowledge


Coffee break (served 10:00-10:15)

Tools and logics for supporting intelligence in the market
10:15 - 10:40

Noriyuki Kushiro and Takuro Shimizu
Extended Goal Graph: A Support Tool for Discovering Conflicts among Stakeholders and Promoting Requirements Elicitation with Goal Orientation

10:40 - 11:05

Akinori Abe
The Role of Context in Abductive Reasoning and Context Retrieval from Clauses ---towards IMDJ

11:05 - 11:45: Special Talk connected to the evening session

Masahiko Teramoto
Calling for Data on Security by Quality Function Deployment

Corrsponding paper: Masahiko Teramoto and Jun Nakamura, Application of Applied KOTO-FRAME to the Five-story Pagoda Aseismatic Mechanism

Interaction of creators and users of knowledge in the market of data
11:45 - 12:05

Quexuan Zhang
Data Jacket Retrieval Based on Explicit Semantic Analysis

12:05 - 12:30

Yu-Sheng Chen, Lieu-Hen Chen, and Yasufumi Takama
Proposal of LDA-based Sentiment Visualization of Hotel Reviews


14:00 - 14:25

Yukio Ohsawa
Tangled String Diverted for Evaluating Stock Risks

14:25 - 14:50

Iordanis Koutsopoulos, Aristides Gionis, and Maria Halkidi
Auctioning Data for Learning

14:50 - 15:10

Mamoru Emoto
Extraction of Preference of Recipe Providers and Users on Recipe-Sharing Websites

15:10 - 15:45Discussion
What are the functions of data for creating safe and secure life?

Coffee break (served 15:45-16:00)

16:00 - 18:00 The special session

Extending QFD to Design Safe and Secure City Life
Organized by Masahiko Teramoto and organizers of MoDAT

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Program Committee

Program Committee:
Ajith Abraham Machine Intelligence Research Labs
Akinori Abe Chiba University
Hidenao Abe Bunkyo University
Peter Bruza Queensland University of Technology
Kuiyu Chang Fyreflyz Private Limited
Shohei Hido Preferred Infrastructure Inc.
Tsuyoshi Ide IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
ShihChung Jessy Kang National Taiwan University
Noriyuki Kushiro Kyushu Institute of Technology
Yoshiharu Maeno Social Design Group
Lorenzo Magnani University of Pavia
Hiroshi Maruyama The Institute of Statistical Mathematics
Naohiro Matsumura Osaka University
Katashi Nagao Nagoya University
Jun Nakamura Kanazawa Institute of Technology
Katsumi Nitta Tokyo Institute of Technology
Yukio Ohsawa The Univ. of Tokyo
Lukas Pichl International Christian University
Eugene Santos Jr. Dartmouth University
Wataru Sunayama Hiroshima City University
Yasufumi Takama Tokyo Metropolitan University
Hideaki Takeda National Institute of Informatics
Vicenc Torra University of Skovde
Hiroe Tsubaki The Institute of Statistical Mathematics
Xijin Tang Chinese Academy of Sciences
Hao Wang Chinese Academy of Sciences
Mika Yasuoka IT University of Copenhagen

Our Past Records

Also we organized relevant workshops so far, since year 2000. That are about data-driven approaches to business strategies such as Chance discovery and Data Synthesis (more than 30 international workshops and symposia, including ICDM 2010, AAAI Springer Symposia 2001, IJCAI 2011, ECAI2004, ECAI2011, KES2000 till 2013) Discovery, Decision, and Design (IEEE SMC 2005-2011), and other workshops organized by the Technical Committee of Information Systems for Design and Marketing: Ohsawa (the chair) has been and is the TC chair of Information Systems for Design and Marketing, in SMC society of IEEE. If we count those organized by any workshop members, the record will be too large to list here, e.g., workshops on semantic web, linked open data, data based marketing, etc., where business people and data scientists meet.

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