QIMIE'09 Final Program

The Imperial Queen's Park Hotel, Bangkok -- Room 2 -- April 27, 2009, 13h30-17h30


  • 13h30-13h35

Opening remarks

  • 13h35-14h20 - Chair: Kitsana Waiyamai

Interestingness Measures - Limits, Desiderata, and Recent Results.
Invited talk by Prof. Einoshin Suzuki (Kyushu University, Japan)

  • 14h20-14h45 - Chair: Russel Pears

Confidence Width: An Objective Measure for Association Rule Novelty
José L. Balcázar

  • 14h45-15h10 - Chair: Russel Pears

DCR: Discretization using Class Information to Reduce Number of Intervals
Prachya Pongaksorn, Thanawin Rakthanmanon, and Kitsana Waiyamai

  • 15h10-15h30


  • 15h30-16h15 - Chair: Hiroshi Motoda

A framework for monitoring classifiers’ performance: when and why failure occurs.
Invited talk by Prof. Nitesh V. Chawla (University of Notre Dame, USA)

  • 16h15-16h40 - Chair: José L. Balcázar

A fair will for seeing and believing A feature cardinality driven distance measure to uninformative distributions
Joan Garriga

  • 16h40-17h05 - Chair: José L. Balcázar

Enhancing Rule Importance Measure Using Concept Hierarchy
Jiye Li, Nick Cercone, Serene W. H. Wong, and Lisa Yan

  • 17h05-17h30 - Chair: José L. Balcázar

False neighbourhoods and tears are the main mapping defaults. How to avoid it? How to exhibit remaining ones?
Sylvain Lespinats, Michael Aupetit

  • 17h30-17h35

Closing remarks & conclusion