[CFP]Agile and Functional Data Pipelines workshop

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[CFP]Agile and Functional Data Pipelines workshop

Michal J Gajda
Dear Friends,

The emerging interest in the rigorous and agile data science and
functional ETL pipelines has driven the developments of many new
libraries, frameworks and methodologies. We invite industry
practitioners and academics to present their latest work on agile
functional data pipelines as a workshop at the EDI'2021 conference.

Call for papers
===============

The following would be accepted:

-   Exposures of methodologies for building agile functional data
    pipelines
-   Presentations of frameworks used for data pipelines in industry and
    academia
-   Experience reports from building of data pipelines in industry and
    academia
-   Benchmarks and optimization of agile data pipeline frameworks
-   Solutions to data integration and exchange problems within ETL
    pipelines.

In particular, we encourage:

-   Agile functional data methodologists
-   Authors of ETL frameworks, streaming libraries and databases,
    reactive streaming, streaming benchmarks, high-performance workflow
    engines
-   Position papers on the use of agile and functional data
    methodologies
-   Descriptions of environments for interactive and live programming
    with data
-   Benchmarks of state-of-the-art solutions for agile functional data
    pipelines.

Details at https://afdp.github.io

Important dates
===============

Abstract registration deadline
:   December 15th, 2020

Submission deadline
:   December 22nd, 2020

Acceptance notification
:   January 12th 2021

Final manuscripts
:   January 23rd, 2021

Presentation at the conference
:   March 23rd-26th 2021

Submission instructions
=======================

Original, unpublished papers are solicited for presentation at the AFDP
workshop. Prospective authors are invited to submit papers
(electronically, PDF only) that are no longer than 6 pages for full
papers, including all figures and references. For work-in-progress, we
also solicit extended abstracts for presentations.

The submitted paper must be formatted according to the guidelines of
Procedia Computer Science. All accepted papers will be published in
Procedia Computer Science.

Location
========

This workshop will be held as a part of [The 4th International
Conference on Emerging Data and Industry 4.0
(EDI40)](http://cs-conferences.acadiau.ca/EDI40-21/) held on March 23 -
26, 2021 in Warsaw, Poland.

--
  Best regards
    MichaB

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