The Agents and Data Mining Interaction and Integration (AMII for short, or Agent Mining) has emerged as a promising area in recent years. This special interest group, AMII-SIG, aims to foster a forum for boosting the research and development on Agent Mining studies. AMII-SIG hosts events and efforts such as workshop series, special issues and edited books on Agent Mining research and applications.
Special Issue on Agent Mining with J. Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems
This special issue aspires to report the high profile, original and state-of-the-art progress made on Agent Mining. It aims to encourage the interaction between agents and data mining, toward mutual enhancement and super-intelligent techniques and synergism. It will bring together researchers and industry practitioners from both areas to share pioneering results, and discuss the existing and emerging theoretical and applied problems in the interaction and evolution of agents and data mining.

Important Dates

  • Submissions due: 15 Jan. 2011
  • Notification of acceptance: 5 Apr. 2011
  • Final version submitted: 5 Jun. 2011
  • Article online publication: Upon Acceptance 
 

Topics of Interest

Topic areas include (but aren’t limited to)
  • Methodologies and mechanisms for integrating agents and data mining,
  • Agent-based data mining and knowledge discovery,
  • Data-mining-based agents and multi-agent systems,
  • Performance evaluation of agent mining symbiosis, and
  • Emerging agent-mining intelligent applications and systems. 

Submission Guidelines

Submissions should follow the style and presentation guidelines of the journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-agent Systems (JAAMAS) by referring to the Instructions for Authors (see http://www.springer.com/10458). To submit a manuscript, access JAAMAS online submission system, at http://www.editorialmanager.com/jaamas/.
 
Questions?

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