PAISI is a series of workshops devoted to the latest advances in Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI). ISI is concerned with the study of the development and use of advanced information technologies and systems for national, international, and societal security-related applications. Since the first workshop in 2006, PAISI has been held annually in different cities including Singapore (2006), Chengdu (2007), Taipei (2008), Bangkok (2009), Hyderabad (2010), Beijing (2011, 2013), Kuala Lumpur (2012), Tainan (2014), Ho Chi Minh City (2015), Auckland (2016), and Jeju Island (2017). PAISI provides a stimulating forum for ISI researchers in Pacific Asia and other regions of the world to exchange ideas and report research progress.

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All PAISI Proceedings are published by Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), indexed by ISI Proceedings, EI Compendex, and Scopus.

PAISI Best Papers:

PAISI 2012

Best Paper Award
Securing Advanced Metering Infrastructure Using Intrusion Detection System with Data Stream Mining
Mustafa Faisal, Zeyar Aung, John Williams, and Abel Sanchez

PAISI 2011

Best Paper Award
The Impact of Community Structure of Social Contact Network on Epidemic Outbreak and Effectiveness of Non-pharmaceutical Interventions
Youzhong Wang, Daniel Zeng, Zhidong Cao, Yong Wang, Hongbin Song, and Xiaolong Zheng

Honorable mention
Spatio-temporal Similarity of Web User Session Trajectories and Applications in Dark Web Research
Sajimon Abraham and P. Sojan Lal

PAISI 2010

Best Paper Award
Efficient Privacy Preserving K-Means Clustering
Maneesh Upmanyu, Anoop M. Namboodiri, Kannan Srinathan, and C.V. Jawahar

Honorable mention
A Model for Detecting "Global Footprint Anomalies" in a Grid Environment
Pramod S. Pawar and Srinath Srinivasa

PAISI 2009

Best Paper Award
A User-Centered Framework for Adaptive Fingerprint Identification
Paul Kwan, Junbin Gao, and Graham Leedham

Honorable mention
Relation Discovery from Thai News Articles Using Association Rule Mining
Nichnan Kittiphattanabawon and Thanaruk Theeramunkong

PAISI 2007

Best Paper Award
What-if Emergency Management System: A Generalized Voronoi Diagram Approach
Ickjai Lee, Reece Pershouse, Peter Phillips and Chris Christensen

Honorable mention
Agent Based Framework for Emergency Rescue and Assistance Planning
Yujun Zheng, Jinquan Wang and Jinyun Xue

WISI 2006

Best Paper Award
Mining Criminal Databases to Finding Investigation Clues --- By Example of Stolen Automobiles Database
Patrick S. Chen, K. C. Chang, Tai-Ping Hsing, and Shiehchieh Chou

Honorable mention
Multilingual Detection of Terrorist Content on the Web
Mark Last, Alex Markov, and Abraham Kandel



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