Knowledge and Information Systems
An International Journal
ISSN: 0219-1377 (printed version)
ISSN: 0219-3116 (electronic version)
June 30, 2022: the 2021 KAIS impact factor is 2.531.
KAIS Best Paper Awards
KAIS launched an annual KAIS Best Paper Award in 2018, to identify at most one paper each year that was published 3 years ago and has attracted significant citations (at the Web of Science or by Google Scholar, for example). This paper award will be formally announced at the IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (http://icdm.bigke.org/) at its banquet every year, along with the ICDM Best Paper and Impact Paper Awards, and its authors will be invited to do a short presentation on the paper topic's most recent developments. Springer provides a check of US$1K for each paper award.
Below are the award winners in the past years:
- 2021 KAIS Best Paper Award:
- Auditing Black-Box Models for Indirect Influence,
by Philip Adler, Casey Falk, Sorelle A. Friedler, Tionney Nix, Gabriel Rybeck, Carlos Scheidegger, Brandon Smith & Suresh Venkatasubramanian,
Knowledge and Information Systems, 54(2018), 95-122.
- 2020 KAIS Best Paper Award:
- A Survey of Methods for Time Series Change Point Detection,
by Samaneh Aminikhanghahi & Diane J. Cook,
Knowledge and Information Systems, 51(2017): 339-367.
- 2018 KAIS Best Paper Award:
- Defining and Evaluating Network Communities based on Ground-Truth,
by Jaewon Yang and Jure Leskovec,
Knowledge and Information Systems, 42(2015), 1: 181-213.
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