Dixièmes post-actes

Advances in Knowledge Discovery and Management Vol. 10 (AKDM-10)

 Editors: R. Jaziri, A. Martin, A. Cornuéjols, E. Cuvelier, F. Guillet

A refereed Book of Chapters: post proceedings of EGC 2020.

Submission policy

Authors of a selection of papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their work written in English.

As an author, you will have to review one paper submitted to the book (one author by contribution). Overall, each contribution will be reviewed by at least one international reviewer (not a native French speaker) and an author of another contribution to the book. We will do our best to have at least 3 reviewers for each contribution.

Important dates

  • Electronic Abstract Submission: April 30, 2020
  • Electronic Paper Submission: June 30, 2020
  • Notification of acceptance: Late December, 2020
  • Camera-Ready Paper for 2nd review cycle: early March 2021
  • Book ready for publication: (hopefully) June 30, 2021

Author Guide for AKDM-10

Authors must use LaTeX to write their paper. Prepare your submission using this LaTeX2e style file (including document class, style file, sample LaTeX2e source, and corresponding PDF output file). The file author.AKDM.pdf (and the associated files author.AKDM.tex and author.AKDM.bib) contains the detailled instructions to prepare your paper.

The book will be built upon the source files of each contribution. That is why some rules must be followed to ensure a correct integration of the source files:

  • If you need subfigure, please use only the package subfig (\usepackage{subfig}). Do not use the old subfigure or subfloat packages which are incompatibles with subfig.
  • For writing algorithm, please use only the algoritmic and algorithm2e packages with the following options: \usepackage[titlenotnumbered,ruled,vlined,noend,linesnumbered]{algorithm2e}.
  • Please use your easychair paper ID as a prefix for all your labels to ensure unique labels througout the book: \label{p9_Intro} where p9 is for paper 9.

Submission Instructions

Use the EasyChair submission system available at: https://easychair.org/cfp/akdm10. You may need to create an account.

Neuvièmes post-actes

Advances in Knowledge Discovery and Management Vol. 9 (AKDM-9)

Editors: R. Jaziri, A. Martin, M. Rousset, L. Boudjeloud-Assala, F. Guillet

A refereed Book of Chapters: post proceedings of EGC 2019.

Submission policy

Authors of a selection of papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their work written in English.

As an author, you will have to review one paper submitted to the book (one author by contribution). Overall, each contribution will be reviewed by at least one international reviewer (not a native French speaker) and an author of another contribution to the book. We will do our best to have at least 3 reviewers for each contribution.

Important dates

  • Electronic Abstract Submission: April 20, 2019
  • Electronic Paper Submission: June 15, 2019
  • Notification of acceptance: Late October, 2019
  • Camera-Ready Paper for 2nd review cycle: early November 2019
  • Book ready for publication: (hopefully) before EGC2020

Author Guide for AKDM-9

Authors must use LaTeX to write their paper. Prepare your submission using this LaTeX2e style file (including document class, style file, sample LaTeX2e source, and corresponding PDF output file). The file author.AKDM.pdf (and the associated files author.AKDM.tex and author.AKDM.bib) contains the detailled instructions to prepare your paper.

The book will be built upon the source files of each contribution. That is why some rules must be followed to ensure a correct integration of the source files:

  • If you need subfigure, please use only the package subfig (\usepackage{subfig}). Do not use the old subfigure or subfloat packages which are incompatibles with subfig.
  • For writing algorithm, please use only the algoritmic and algorithm2e packages with the following options: \usepackage[titlenotnumbered,ruled,vlined,noend,linesnumbered]{algorithm2e}.
  • Please use your easychair paper ID as a prefix for all your labels to ensure unique labels througout the book: \label{p9_Intro} where p9 is for paper 9.

Submission Instructions

Use the EasyChair submission system available at: https://easychair.org/cfp/akdm9. You may need to create an account.

Conférences Invitées EGC 2020

Plus d’informations sur le site la conférence EGC 2020

EGC 2020 (Bruxelles)

Cinq prix scientifiques ont été attribués lors de la conférence EGC 2020 :

Actes des ateliers EGC 2020

Site de la conférence EGC 2020

Journée DAHLIA : “Informatique et Humanités numériques : quelles problématiques pour quels domaines ?”

28 Juin 2019, Laboratoire LS2N, Nantes – France

http://dahlia.egc.asso.fr/journeeDAHLIA2019Nantes.html

Contact : claudia.marinica@u-cergy.fr

Après le succès de l’atelier DAHLIA organisé le 22 janvier 2019 dans le cadre de la conférence EGC (http://dahlia.egc.asso.fr/atelierDAHLIA-EGC2019.html), une nouvelle journée DAHLIA sera organisée à Nantes le 28 juin 2019. Les événements DAHLIA sont proposés par le groupe de travail DAHLIA qui est soutenu par l’Association EGC. Cette journée a pour objectif de permettre à la communauté cartographiée dans le cadre du groupe de travail de se retrouver, pour une deuxième journée d’échanges. De plus, cette journée devrait permettre aux étudiants en thèse de présenter leurs travaux. Dans le cadre de cet atelier, des travaux autours des humanités numériques et du patrimoine culturel seront présentés ; ces travaux idéalement devraient s’encadrer dans les thématiques d’EGC, notamment la gestion et l’analyse de données ou des connaissances provenant des SHS/patrimoine.

Prix de thèse EGC 2020

Nous avons le plaisir de vous annoncer le lancement de la septième édition du prix de thèse de l’association EGC. Ce prix 2020 a pour objectif de récompenser la meilleure thèse soutenue dans les thématiques liées à l’Extraction et la Gestion des Connaissances.

Le prix est doté d’une somme de 500 euros, d’une inscription gratuite à la conférence EGC avec prise en charge du déplacement, hébergement (2 nuits), et d’une invitation à présenter les principaux résultats de la thèse à la conférence EGC 2020 à Bruxelles

Dates importantes

  • Date limite de réception des dossiers : 14 octobre 2019 28 octobre 2019
  • Examen des dossiers par le jury : début décembre 2019
  • Remise du prix : lors de la conférence EGC 2020 à Bruxelles

Règlement du prix de thèse

Site de soumission (attention bien choisir le track Prix de thèse)

Huitièmes post-actes

Bruno Pinaud, Fabrice Guillet,  Fabien Gandon, Christine Largeron (Eds.)
« Advances In Knowledge Discovery and Management, Volume 8 »,
Series: Studies in Computational Intelligence,
Vol. 834, 2019, Springer.
ISBN: 978-3-030-18128-4, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-18129-1.

About this book

This book highlights novel research in Knowledge Discovery and Management (KDM), gathering the extended, peer-reviewed versions of outstanding papers presented at the annual conferences EGC’2017 & EGC’2018. The EGC conference cycle was founded by the International French-speaking EGC society (“Extraction et Gestion des Connaissances”) in 2003, and has since become a respected fixture among the French-speaking community. In addition to the annual conference, the society organizes various other events in order to promote exchanges between researchers and companies concerned with KDM and its applications to business, administration, industry and public organizations.


Addressing novel research in data science, semantic Web, clustering, and classification, the content presented here will chiefly benefit researchers interested in these fields, including Ph.D./M.Sc. students, at public and private laboratories alike..

Table des matières

  • Aichetou Bouchareb, Marc Boullé, Fabrice Clérot, Fabrice Rossi:
    Model Based Co-clustering of Mixed Numerical and Binary Data. 3-22
  • Aichetou Bouchareb, Marc Boullé, Fabrice Clérot, Fabrice Rossi:
    Co-clustering Based Exploratory Analysis of Mixed-Type Data Tables . 23-41
  • Julien Hay, Tim Van de Cruys, Philippe Muller, Bich-Liên Doan, Fabrice Popineau, Ouassim Ait-Elhara:
    Automatically Selecting Complementary Vector Representations for Semantic Textual Similarity. 45-60
  • Gildas Tagny Ngompé, Sébastien Harispe, Guillaume Zambrano, Jacky Montmain, Stéphane Mussard:
    Detecting Sections and Entities in Court Decisions Using HMM and CRF Graphical Models. 61-86
  • Yann Dauxais, David Gross-Amblard, Thomas Guyet, André Happe:
    Discriminant Chronicle Mining. 89-118
  • Anne Toulet, Emmanuel Roux, Anne-Élisabeth Laques, Éric Delaître, Laurent Demagistri, Isabelle Mougenot:
    A Semantic-Based Approach for Landscape Identification. 119-136
  • Jean-Christophe Dubois, Laetitia Gros, Mouloud Kharoune, Yolande Le Gall, Arnaud Martin, Zoltan Miklos et al.:
    Measuring the Expertise of Workers for Crowdsourcing Applications. 139-157
  • Benjamin Costé, Cyril Ray, Gouenou Coatrieux:
    Trust Assessment for the Security of Information Systems. 159-181