Internetworking Indonesia 2: Data Mining
**CALL FOR PAPER**
The information age today is characterized by information overload, something which is clearly evident everywhere within the digital society. The form of information varies greatly, ranging from structured transactional data and semi structured web pages to unstructured multimedia data. Data mining is an important field since it helps us analyze that information at a higher rate than our natural abilities, thereby aiding us in absorbing that information in a meaningful fashion. This Special Issue on Data Mining aims to cover a broad range of topics, and solicits paper submissions in the broad field of data mining. Topics of interest include – but are not limited to – the following:
• Text Mining • Web Mining • Data preprocessing • Visual mining • Multimedia data mining • Mining frequent pattern • Classification and prediction • Cluster analysis • Stream data mining • Sequence data mining • Graph mining
Submission and correspondence regarding this special issue should be made via email to one or both of the Guest Editors. Submissions will be reviewed anonymous and externally.
- Dr. Moch Arif Bijaksana, Data Mining Center Telkom Institute of Technology (IT Telkom) — firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. Anto Satriyo Nugroho, Center for Information & Communication Technology, Agency for the Assessment & Application of Technology (PTIK‐BPPT) — email@example.com
About the IIJ
Internetworking Indonesia is a semi‐annual electronic journal devoted to the timely study of the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Internet development in Indonesia. The journal seeks high‐quality manuscripts on the challenges and opportunities presented by information technology and the Internet in Indonesia. The IIJ specially encourages submission by postgraduate students in the field of ICT.
Focus & Scope
Internetworking Indonesia aims to become the foremost publication for practitioners, teachers, researchers and policy makers to share their knowledge and experience in the design, development, implementation, and the management of ICT and the Internet in Indonesia.
Internetworking Indonesia accepts a variety of manuscripts in either English or Bahasa Indonesia. Please review the descriptions below and identify the submission type best suited to your intended submission:
- Research Papers: Research papers report on results emanating from research projects, both theoretical and practical in nature.Short papers: Short research papers provide an introduction to new developments or advances regarding on‐going work.
- Policy Viewpoint: Policy Viewpoints explore competing perspectives in the Indonesian policy debate that are informed by academic research.
- Teaching Innovation: Teaching Innovation papers explore creative uses of information technology tools and the Internet to improve learning and education in Indonesia.
- Book Reviews: A review of a book, or other book‐length document, such as a government report or foundation report. (3 pages max.)
The Internetworking Indonesia journal accepts and publishes papers in Bahasa Indonesia and English.
Manuscripts should be submitted according to the IEEE Guide for authors, and will be refereed in the standard way. Manuscript pages should not exceed 7 pages of the IEEE 2‐column format preferably in a MS‐Word file format. Links to the IEEE style files can be found at http://www.InternetworkingIndonesia.org under Submissions.
Manuscripts submitted to Internetworking Indonesia must not have been previously published or committed to another publisher under a copyright transfer agreement, and must not be under consideration by another journal. Authors of accepted papers are responsible for the Camera Ready Copy (CRC) in the IEEE 2‐column format (MS‐Word file). Authors are advised that no revisions of the manuscript can be made after acceptance by the Editor for publication. The benefits of this procedure are many, with speed and accuracy being the most obvious. We look forward to working with your electronic submission which will allow us to serve you more efficiently.
- Thomas Hardjono, PhD (MIT Kerberos Consortium, MIT, USA)
- Budi Rahardjo, PhD (ITB, Indonesia)
- Kuncoro Wastuwibowo, MSc (PT. Telkom Indonesia)
Editorial Advisory Board
- Prof. Edy Tri Baskoro (ITB, Indonesia)
- Mark Baugher, MA (Cisco Systems, USA)
- Lakshminath Dondeti, PhD (Qualcomm, USA)
- Prof. Svein Johan Knapskog, PhD (NTNU, Norway)
- Prof. Merlyna Lim, PhD (Arizona State University, USA)
- Prof. Bambang Parmanto, PhD (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
- Prof. Wishnu Prasetya, PhD (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
- Prof. Jennifer Seberry, PhD (University of Wollongong, Australia)
- Prof. Willy Susilo, PhD (University of Wollongong, Australia)
- Prof. David Taniar, PhD (Monash University, Australia)
Open Access Publication Policy
The Internetworking Indonesia journal provides open access to all of its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. This follows the philosophy of the Open Journal Systems (see the Public Knowledge Project at pkp.sfu.ca). The journal will be published electronically and there are no subscription fees. Such access is associated with increased readership and increased citation of an author’s work.