[CFP] #TheWebConf 2023 - Web Mining and Content Analysis Track

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Sep 23, 2022, 6:21:58 AMSep 23
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We invite research contributions to the Web Mining and Content Analysis Track at the 32nd edition of #TheWebConf, to be hosted at Austin, TX, US, on April 30 - May 4, 2023.

Abstract: October 6, 2022
Full paper: October 13, 2022
Rebuttal: December 15 - 22, 2022
Notification: January 25, 2023

Link: https://www2023.thewebconf.org/calls/research-tracks/web-society/

The Web Mining and Content Analysis track welcomes submissions of original and high-quality research papers related to the extraction of information from the Web, the analysis of the Web and social media content, recommendation of information on the Web, and mining of the Web usage data. We especially encourage submissions that propose novel and principled techniques or algorithms that can leverage the special characteristics of the Web, social media, and user behaviors for such extraction and mining. In addition to new techniques and algorithms, we also seek insights gained from the mining process.

The major focus of the Web Conference is to address the key challenges of Web-related scientific research. The general theme of the Web conference this year is “Web Research with Openness, Fairness and Reproducibility​​”. We particularly welcome submissions that align with this theme. Submissions that merely use one or another Web artifact — e.g., a dataset or a Web Application Programmer Interface (API) or a social network — rather than answering a specific Web-related scientific research challenge, are out of scope of the conference and will be rejected early during the reviewing process.

You can reach the track chairs Debora Donato, Gerard de Melo, Qiaozhu Mei at: webmining-th...@easychair.org
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