Archives of International Conference on Discovery Science Serie

International conference on Discovery science (DS) series originated from activities of the Discovery Science Project sponsored by Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Priority Area from the Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture of Japan. The Discovery Science Project, which started in 1998 and ended in 2001, achieved its objectives: (1) develop new methods for knowledge discovery, (2) install network environments for knowledge discovery, and (3) establish Discovery Science as a new area of computer science. For further information see What is Discovery Science?.

DS conference series celebrated its 15th anniversary in Lyon, France in October 2012.

DS Conferences

  1. DS 1998@Fukuoka, Japan
  2. DS 1999@Tokyo, Japan
  3. DS 2000@Kyoto, Japan
  4. DS 2001@Washington D.C., USA
  5. DS 2002@Lübeck, Germany
  6. DS 2003@Sapporo, Japan
  7. DS 2004@Padova, Italy
  8. DS 2005@Singapore, Singapore
  9. DS 2006@Barcelona, Spain
  10. DS 2007@Sendai, Japan
  11. DS 2008@Budapest, Hungary
  12. DS 2009@Porto, Portugal
  13. DS 2010@Canberra, Australia
  14. DS 2011@Espoo-Helsinki, Finland
  15. DS 2012@Lyon, France
  16. DS 2013@Singapore, Singapore
  17. DS 2014@Bled, Slovenia
  18. DS 2015 (accepting proposals)

DS Steering Committee

  1. Current members
  2. Honorary Member
  3. Members emeriti

Rankings

  1. First 5 years (1998-2002)
  2. Second 5 years (2003-2007)
  3. First 10 years (1998-2007)
  4. Number of papers (individual appearance) for 1998-2011
  5. 1. Masayuki Takeda (17). 2. Hiroshi Motoda (14). 3. Einoshin Suzuki (13). 4. Setsuo Arikawa (12). 5. Hideo Bannai (11), Kazumi Saito (11). 7. Takashi Washio (10), Hiroki Arimura (10), Satoru Miyano (10), Ayumi Shinohara (10). 11. Makoto Haraguchi (8), Saso Dzeroski (8), Daisuke Ikeda (8), Kuniaki Uehara (8). 15. Yukio Ohsawa (7), João Gama (7), Shunsuke Inenaga (7), Pat Langley (7). 19. Akihiro Yamamoto (6), Heikki Mannila (6), Sachio Hirokawa (6), Jihoon Yang (6), Kohei Hatano (6). 24. Alípio Jorge (5), Johannes Fürnkranz (5), Jean Sallantin (5), Jaakko Hollmén (5), Jaroslava Halova (5), Tomoyuki Higuchi (5), Takeaki Uno (5), Vincent Corruble (5), Osamu Maruyama (5), Stefan Kramer (5), Paulo Azevedo (5), Kouichi Hirata (5), Premysl Zak (5). 37. Genta Ueno (4), Yukinobu Hamuro (4), Chiristopher Dartnell (4), Hayato Ohwada (4), Yuzuru Tanaka (4), Katsutoshi Yada (4), Tu-Bao Ho (4), Vasant Honavar (4), Tomoko Fukuda (4), Taneli Mielikäinen (4), Tetsuya Yoshida (4), Takashi Matsuda (4), Tohru Araki (4), Takeshi Shinohara (4), Stephan Muggleton (4), Tapio Elomaa (4), Ichiro Nanri (4), Naoki Katoh (4), Ljupco Todorovski (4), Luc De Raedt (4), Shinichi Morishita (4), Koichi Niijima (4), Ryohei Nakano (4), Masahiko Yoshida (4), Masateru Harao (4), Nada Lavrac (4), Tsuyoshi Murata (4), Fumio Mizoguchi (4), Koichi Furukawa (4).

DS special session

  1. ISCIS 2010@London, UK
  2. ISCIS 2011@London, UK

Other important features

  1. Carl Smith Award: Carl Smith Award is given to an excellent student paper. The award carries a scholarship prize of 555 Euros. (cf. Remembering Carl Smith, 1950-2004)
  2. Mentoring Program: 2005-2011. Students who are first authors of papers are invited to submit a paper draft on or before the mentoring deadline. They will receive a comments from a PC member that will help them to prepare the final submission
  3. ALT conference series
  4. DS SC Page (User name and password required) (will be available)
  5. Contact: DS Steering Committee Chair
  6. This Web page was updated: Fri Nov 9 19:02:16 JST 2012