After some silent weeks in summer, a little update. Over summer a number of articles that we worked on before summer have been accepted / published. Let’s do a little list:
- Bayesian Analysis accepted a response to an article by Pratola that Dr. Abdolreza Mohammadi and Dr. Maurits Kaptein wrote. Find our response here. We are quite happy being featured in BA, and I can really recommend the original article; this can be found at: https://projecteuclid.org/euclid.ba/1457383101.
- Methodology accepted a paper by Lianne Ippel, Maurits Kaptein, and Jeroen Vermunt on dealing with data streams. Its a very interesting tutorial on scaling up (traditional) analysis methods to deal with data streams. Find the manuscript here.
- Finally, a cool paper on Personalized Product Recommendations by Essi Poyry, Juho Hamari, Petri Parvinen, Hietaniemi Hinni and Maurits Kaptein was accepted for presentation at the HICSS 2017 conference. Please find an early version here.
That’s it for updates on publishing (although a very cool paper using LiFt was rejected as well last month — a pre-print can be found here: https://arxiv.org/abs/1607.08108).
Also, there was some coverage of the best paper that Jorrit Siebelink, Peter van der Putten, and Maurits Kaptein wrote for Intetain. See it here: http://blog.eai.eu/understandi
Finally, not that JADS has officially started! (www.jads.nl). We hope to see you all soon in Den Bosch where we are working on a bunch of new research projects! And, please do join us for http://www.jads.nl/big-data–dance.html.