KDnuggets : Newsletter : 1999 Issues :

KDnuggets News™ 99:13, emailed 1999-06-15

  (item1) Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro, Industry Briefs: Oracle buys TMC, Tools Market,
        ANGOSS add-ins for Excel,..
  (item2) Foster John Provost, KDD-99 on-line registration, discount deadline, & hotel info
  (item3) Gregory Piatetsky-Shapiro, KDD-99 Student Travel Awards
  (item4) Olvi Mangasarian, Data Mining Institute at the University of Wisconsin
  (item5) Jiawei Han, 2nd Call for nominations: ACM-SIGKDD Innovations and Services Awards
  (item6) Tjen-Sien Lim, data sets
  (item7) Ross Matthews, Wakefield, MA: Director Quantitative Methods at Tessera
  (item8) Ross Matthews, Quant Consultant/Mgr, East & West at Tessera
  (item9) Santosh Ananthraman, Washington, D.C.: Computational Finance Professionals
        at Neuralware
  (item10) David Madigan, Duke U., NC: Research Position in STATISTICS & GENETICS
  (item11) jayant@us.ibm.com, Yorktown Hts, NY: Postdoc Position at IBM Watson Research
  (item12) Ismendia Reyes, New add-on component for CART 3.6 >>Tree Coder
  (item13) Patrick Naim, STORM - Componentware for datamining
  (item14) WebMiner, Web Mining 99, San Francisco, July 22, 1999
  (item15) Pat Langley, NASA Workshop on Data Fusion and Data Mining
  (item16) Belur Dasarathy, CFP: SPIE-2000 Conference on Data Mining, Orlando, FL, Apr 2000.
  (item17) Nada Lavrac, Industrial day at ICML-99, Bled, Slovenia, 29 June 1999
  (item18) Richard Dybowski, ANNIMAB-1: First Call for Papers, Sweden, May 11-14, 2000
  (item19) Jennifer Laakso, CHI conference, November 22-23, 1999, Philadelphia, PA
  (item20) Trevor Collins, GECCO'99: EC Visualization Workshop,
        Orlando, Florida - July 13th, 1999

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