Call for Papers
Big data processing has gained much attention in the recent years raising the need for stream processing solutions. At the same time, there has been substantial research and development of methods and technologies that have high potential for further progress in stream processing. This includes (i) flexible stream processing infrastructures that go beyond MapReduce, such as Apache Storm and Apache Spark, (ii) generic and application-specific stream processing algorithms, (iii) reconfigurable hardware more accessible to programmers as well as initial experience of using such components as coprocessors when processing streams, (iv) scalable algorithms for social web analysis or new approaches to data visualization, etc.
It is the goal of this workshop to discuss latest developments in this area and to relate them to each other. To this end, we want to provide a forum to discuss challenges, advances, and directions in this area while also providing the right environment to network with people working on related topics and fostering future collaborations. In addition, the workshop is especially interested in exploring how those new developments can be exploited and combined, such that effective, scalable and adaptive stream processing systems can be build efficiently for applications in the financial and other domains.
Topics of Interest
The workshop solicits regular research papers describing preliminary and ongoing research results. Topics of interest for submissions include, but are not limited to:
- Technologies and methods for flexible data processing infrastructures
- Adaptive data stream processing
- Big data analytics in the financial and other domains
- Offloading computationally intensive processing to co-processors, including FPGAs, GPUs, etc.
- Novel development approaches for stream processing pipelines and applications
- Composition of multiple data streams and multi evidence combination
- Semantic-based Data Mining and Data Pre-processing
- Stream-based Link and Graph Mining
- Quality issues in stream processing pipelines, including result quality and functional validation
- All workshop papers will be published online at CEUR.
- All papers should be formatted according to the ACM SIG Proceedings double-column template and should not exceed 7 pages.
Please use the following link for the Submission of your paper (EasyChair): https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=bdpr2016
- Workshop papers deadline:
December 2, 2015 (23:55 HST)December 21, 2015 (23:55 HST)
- Workshop papers notification: January 10, 2016
- Workshop papers camera ready: January 20, 2016