[hpc-announce] CFP: Call for Journal Papers --- Special Issue of Journal of Computer and System Sciences

Can Wang canwang613 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 26 02:00:29 CDT 2014

******************Call for Journal Papers*****************

*Journal of Computer and System Sciences*

Indexed by SCI-E)

Special Session on “Trajectory-based Behaviour Analytics”

*----------------------------Aims and Scope------------------------*
In recent years, data driven scientific discovery approach has already been
agreed to be an important emerging paradigm for computing in areas
including social network, service, Internet of Things (or sensor networks),
and cloud. Under this paradigm, big data is the core that drives new
researches in many domains, from environmental to social. One important
source of information for potential value creation is the real-time
trajectory data obtained from entities including animals, robots and
humans. The trajectory information naturally reveals the details of
instantaneous behaviours conducted by entities, which is closely related
with complex behaviours in the form of multiple interdependent multivariate
time series data with varied locations. This forms the need and emergence
of behaviour modelling (i.e. understanding behaviours from cognitive and
analytics perspectives) and behaviour system construction (i.e. developing
cognition-as-a-service systems to support decision making). This special
session will include papers based on the presentation at the First
International Workshop on Trajectory-based Behaviour Analytics (
http://wp.csiro.au/trba2015), as part of the Twenty-Ninth AAAI Conference
on Artificial Intelligence 2015 (
http://www.aaai.org/Conferences/AAAI/aaai15.php) and papers submitted for
this call for papers. All submitted papers are subjected to the same review
process as those papers accepted for publication in the regular issues.

Topics include, but are not limited to:

(a) Trajectory-based Behaviour Representation and Modelling

· Trajectory-based behaviour definition and representation

· Trajectory-based behaviour domain and context modelling

· Temporal-spatial relationship modelling among trajectories

· Visualization of real time trajectory-based behaviours

(b) Trajectory-based Behaviour Network

· Trajectory-based behaviour networking and interactions

· Trajectory-based behaviour graph construction and analysis

·  Convergence and divergence of trajectory-based behaviours

·  Trajectory-based behaviour/economic/social network topological structures

(c) Multiple/heterogeneous Trajectory-based Behaviour Integration

· Cognitive computing on complex/heterogeneous trajectory-based behaviours

· Collaborative filtering, mining and prediction

· MapReduce and Hadoop for processing, resource scheduling and SLA

· Trajectory-based behaviour sharing and privacy preserving

(d) Trajectory-based Behaviour Dynamics and Evolution

· Trajectory-based behaviour system establishment and platform development

· Trajectory-based behaviour evolution, adaption and emergence

· Trajectory-based behaviour and social dynamics

· Trajectory-based Behaviour related knowledge management and life cycle

*-------------------------Submission Procedure------------------*

Each paper, written in English, should follow the submission guidelines
found at http://ees.elsevier.com/jcss/. Authors must select “*SI: Behaviour
Analytics*” when they reach the “Article Type” step in the submission
process. All submitted papers will be reviewed by at least three reviewers
and selected based on their originality, significance, relevance, and
clarity of presentation. Papers extended from conference/workshop versions
should be clearly stated and should have at least 30% different materials
from their original versions. The covering letter should indicate the names
of the authors and their affiliations, addresses, faxes, and e-mails.

*--------------------------Tentative Schedule-------------------*

Paper Submission Due: March 15, 2015

Completion of first review cycle: May 15, 2015

Deadline for submitting the revised paper: July 15, 2015

2nd review completion: September 15, 2015
Manuscript Due: November 30, 2015

*----------------------------Guest Editors-----------------------*

Dr. Chi-Hung Chi, Digital Productivity and Services Flagship, CSIRO,
Australia (email:chihung.chi at csiro.au)

Dr. Can Wang, Digital Productivity and Services Flagship, CSIRO, Australia
(email: Can.Wang at csiro.au)

Dr. Yu Zheng, Microsoft Research, Beijing, China (email:
yuzheng at microsoft.com)


Dr Can Wang

Autonomous Systems

Digital Productivity and Service (DP&S) Flagship

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization
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