SI-MCS 2013 : CFP: Mathematics in Computer Science, Special Issue on Mathematics, Data and Knowledge
Call For Papers
CFP: Mathematics in Computer Science, Special Issue on Mathematics, Data and Knowledge
There is a growing interest in applying mathematical theories and methods (from
topology, computational geometry, differential equations, fluid dynamics, quantum
statistics, etc.) to describe and to analyze scientific regularities of diverse, massive,
complex, nonlinear, and fast changing data accumulated continuously around the world and
in discovering and revealing the valid, insightful, and valuable knowledge that data
imply. With increasingly solid mathematical foundations, various methods and techniques
have been studied and developed for data mining, modeling, and processing, and knowledge
representation, organization, and verification; different systems and mechanisms have
been designed to perform data-intensive tasks in many application fields for classification,
predication, recommendation, ranking, filtering, etc. This special issue of Mathematics in
Computer Science invites submissions of original research articles on the exploration of
new mathematical theories and methodologies for data modeling and analysis, and knowledge
discovery and management, on the study of existing mathematical models of big data and
complex knowledge, and on the development of novel solutions and strategies to enhance the
performance of existing systems and mechanisms for data and knowledge processing.
Specific topics include, but are not limited to:
-Mathematical foundations and theories for data-intensive and knowledge-based systems
-Mathematical, statistical, and dynamic analysis of data and knowledge models
-Mathematical methods for big data storage, transferring, and processing
-Mathematical methods for complex knowledge representation, organization, visualization, and
-Mathematical methods for data mining, pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, and
-Algebraic, geometric, analytic, discrete, probabilistic, fuzzy, rough set, and cognitive
modeling of recommendation systems, ranking systems, rating systems, expert systems, etc.
-Mathematical theories for the development of evolutionary computing, neural networks, and
Deadline for paper submission: March 31, 2013
Notification of acceptance: August 15, 2013
Final paper submission: October 1, 2013
Publication of special issue: December 2013
Authors are encouraged to prepare submissions by using LaTeX with the class file
mathincl.cls. Papers should be sent as PDF files to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All submitted papers will be refereed according to the usual MCS refereeing process.
More information can be found at: http://mine.kaust.edu.sa/Pages/CFP-MCS-SI.aspx.
Xiaoyu Chen, School of Computer Science and Engineering, Beihang University, China
Dongming Wang, Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris 6, CNRS-UPMC, France
Xiangliang Zhang, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia