The 36th Annual Conference of the German Classification Society on
Data Analysis, Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery
August 1-3, 2012, Hildesheim, Germany
About GfKl 2012
Important Dates
Areas and Topics
Past GfKl 2011 in Frankfurt

The scientific program will consist of contributed and invited papers in several parallel sessions organized along the areas plus some invited talks.

Find the program overview here.

Find the full program here.

Find the abstract proceedings here.

Confirmed invited speakers:

Wolfgang Gaul
Affiliation: University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Where Data Analysis meets Graph Theory (abstract)

Shai Ben-David
Affiliation: University of Waterloo, Canada
Universal Learning vs. No Free Lunch results - can there be learners that do not require task-specific knowledge? (abstract)

Joao Gama
Affiliation: University of Porto, Portugal
Data Stream Mining for Ubiquitous Environments (abstract)

Alex Weissensteiner
Affiliation: Freie Universität Bozen, Italy
Arbitrage-Free Scenario Trees for Financial Optimization (abstract)

Hillol Kargupta
Affiliation: UMBC, USA
Connected Cars, Machine-to-Machine Environments, and Distributed Data Mining (abstract)

Michele Sebag
Affiliation: LRI, France
Autonomous Robotics: Defining Instincts and Learning Systems of Values (abstract)

Thomas Seidl
Affiliation: RWTH Aachen, Germany
Stream Data Mining and Anytime Algorithms (abstract)

Dirk Van den Poel
Affiliation: University of Gent, Belgium
On the value of incorporating sequential information into predictive analytics classification models for analytical CRM (abstract)

Katsutoshi Yada
Affiliation: University of Kyoto, Japan
Knowledge Discovery in Shopping Path Data (abstract)