Date: Tue, 9 May 2006 09:52:22 -0400
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From: "Bragg, Arnold" <abragg@RTI.ORG>
Subject: OT: CFP: Managing and mining data
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I don't see many CFPs on this list, but this might be relevant as the
focus is on managing and mining data. Tutorials and topical overviews
Call for Articles
"Warehousing, Mining, and Managing Data"
IT Professional Magazine (IEEE Computer Society)
July-August 2006 Issue
IT Professional Magazine, a peer-reviewed bi-monthly publication of the
IEEE Computer Society, is seeking original manuscripts for a special
issue on warehousing, mining, and managing data.
The audience is IT practitioners who may not be aware of current
practices, trends, and tools in data management and mining.
The Editorial Board is particularly interested in:
* Tutorials and Topical Overviews
* Trends, Opportunities, and Risks
* Best Practices
* Tools and Methods
* Case Studies and System Development Experience
* Warehousing, Mining, and Managing Data in Specialized Domains
(biomedical and scientific data, Web data, media and video data,
law enforcement, finance and banking, etc.)
* Data Visualization and Summarization.
Submitted articles must not have been previously published, nor be under
consideration for publication elsewhere.
Refer to the author guidelines at
Manuscripts for this issue should not exceed 3,500 words (with each
average-size figure counting as 300 words toward this limit), including
references and biographies.
Acceptable file formats include Microsoft Word, ASCII, plain text, PDF,
To submit a manuscript:
* Access Manuscript Central, http://cs-ieee.manuscriptcentral.com
* Select "IT Professional" from the journal list
* Select "Managing Networks and Systems - Tools and Strategies Nov/Dec
06" as the manuscript type.
Submit by May 31 2006 for consideration for the July-August 2006 issue.
Late submissions, if accepted, may run in future issues.
Include all figures and tables, as well as a cover page with author
contact information (name, address, phone, and e-mail address).
Accepted articles may be edited for structure, style, clarity, and