KDnuggets : Newsletter : 1999 Issues :

KDnuggets News(tm) 99:17, emailed 1999-08-22

  (item1) Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro, Successful KDD-99 Conference ends in San Diego
  (item2) Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro, Amazon.com Launches Purchase Circles
  (item3) Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro, Industry Briefs: {Quadstone;} Angoss & {Acxiom;} MARS
  (item4) Tim McDonough, Challenging Issues for KDD
  (item5) Y. Sai, want to be a visiting scholar in KDD/DM
  (item6) Usama Fayyad, SIGKDD Explorations First Issue
  (item7) Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro, Data Mining Digs In, July 1999, American Demographics
  (item8) Vincent Cho, Ph.D. thesis on Knowledge Discovery in Distributed and Textual Data
  (item9) NeuSolutions, new book on Knowledge discovery by M. Bramer
  (item10) Ron Karidi, Data Mining Researcher position at Magnify
  (item11) Sean Lally, Data Warehousing Position at www.cnet.com (S.F. CA)
  (item12) ROSS DONALD KING, U. of Wales, Scientific knowledge discovery position
  (item13) Luc De Raedt, Albert Ludwig U. Freiburg, Germany: Post-doc in ML and Data Mining
  (item14) Wehenkel, U. of Lihge, Belgium: Research position
  (item15) Donal Lyons, Trinity College, Dublin: Postdoc in Statistics and Data Mining
  (item16) Jesus Mena, Web Mining for Marketers,
        November 3, 1999, New York, NY
  (item17) Herb Edelstein, Two Crows {How to Successfully Mine Data}
        October 18-19, 1999, Chicago, Illinois
  (item18) Hiroshi Motoda, Final Call for Papers on the special issue on Instance Selection
  (item19) Rauch Jan, PKDD'99 - Call for participation

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