Communications and Discoveries from Multidisciplinary Data

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A number of urgent problems are rising to human life: The attack of terrorists is hard to predict, due to the hidden leaderships. New diseases are hard to extinguish, due to their new causes. Products may be shortly abandoned, due to the appearance of new desires.
A common feature of recent socially high-impact problems, such as detecting the causal virus of SARS, is that they are open to multiple scientific domains. In order to respond to this social requirement, this book ...

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Overview

A number of urgent problems are rising to human life: The attack of terrorists is hard to predict, due to the hidden leaderships. New diseases are hard to extinguish, due to their new causes. Products may be shortly abandoned, due to the appearance of new desires.
A common feature of recent socially high-impact problems, such as detecting the causal virus of SARS, is that they are open to multiple scientific domains. In order to respond to this social requirement, this book collects selected papers by authors for CODATA 2006, which are relevant to the discoveries of knowledge, risk, and opportunities by combining data from multiple disciplines.
By presenting papers in this book, we aim at urging the development of data-based methods and methodologies for interdisciplinary and creative communications for solving emerging social problems. The reader shall view the direction to combine three methodological frameworks: data mining, data sharing, and communication in the contexts of sciences and businesses.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783642097515
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 11/19/2010
  • Series: Studies in Computational Intelligence Series , #123
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2008
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 340
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.74 (d)

Table of Contents

Part I Thought, Communication, and Actions.- Sharing Representations and Creating Chances through Cognitive Niche Construction. The Role of Affordances and Abduction.- Discovering and Communicating through Multimodal Abduction.- Part II Creative Community working on Multidisciplinary Data.- Augmented Analytical Exploitation of a Scientific Forum.- Multi-Data Mining for Understanding Leadership Behavior.- Discussion Visualization on a Bulletin Board System.- Design of BBS with Visual Representation for Online Data Analysis.- A Study on Web Clustering with respect to XiangShan Science Conference.- Part III Discoveries from Data and Application to Business.- A Multilevel Integration Approach for E-Finance Portal Development.- Integrated Design Framework for Embedded GUI System.- A Unified Probabilistic Inference Model for Targeted Marketing.- Computational methods for discoveries from integrated data.- Human-Interactive Annealing Process with Pictogram for Extracting New Scenarios for Patent Technology.- Drug Design Using a Multi-input Multi-output Neuro-Fuzzy System.- A Framework of Knowledge Management Platform for Middle and Small Business.- Part IV Mining Risks from Multidisciplinary Data.- Discovery of Clusters from Proximity Data: An Approach Using Iterative Adjustment of Binary Classifications.- Evaluating Learning Algorithms to Support Human Rule Evaluation with Predicting Interestingness Based on Objective Rule Evaluation Indices.- Risk Mining for Infection Control.- Evaluating the Error Risk of Email Filters Based on ROC Curve Analysis.- Categorized and Integrated Data Mining of Medical Data.- Privacy-preserving Data Mining for Medical Data: Application of Data Partition Methods.

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