The first workshop on real-world challenges for data stream mining (RealStream 2013) will take place in Prague, the Czech Republic, on the 27th of September 2013 in conjunction with the ECML/PKDD 2013.
Data streams, online learning and adaptation to concept drift have become important research topics during the last decade. Data arrives in a stream in real time and needs to be mined in real time. In spite of the popularity of the research, truly autonomous, self-maintaining, adaptive data mining systems are rarely reported.a forum for researchers and practitioners to discuss real-world challenges for data stream mining, identify gaps between data streams research and meaningful applications, as well as define new application-relevant research directions for data stream mining.
The focus of this workshop is on presentations and discussions rather than on full written articles. The contributions range from works-in-progress, industrial experiences and a demonstration paper. The extended abstracts of the ten contributions, published as online proceedings, are available from here.