Dr. Hilderman and Dr. Hamilton win an award for Most Influential Research Paper (Expired)

Each year, the Steering Committee for the Pacific-Asia Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining reviews the papers presented at the conference 10 years ago to recognize one that has been well-received by the knowledge discovery research community. In considering all papers published at PAKDD 2001, the Steering Committee chose the paper entitled "Evaluation of Interestingness Measures for Ranking Discovered Knowledge,"
by Drs. Robert J. Hilderman and Howard J. Hamilton, who are both faculty members in our department. The award for the PAKDD 2001 Most Influential Paper was presented to them, in absentia, at PAKDD 2011 in Shenzhen, China on Wednesday, May 26th, 2011.  The award was accepted on their behalf by Dr. Xin Wang, a Ph.D. graduate of our department.

Congratulations, Dr. Hilderman and Dr. Hamilton!


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