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SAMSI-FODAVA Workshop on Interactive Visualization and Analysis of Massive Data

The primary goal of the workshop is to bring together researchers in Mathematics, Statistics, Computational Science and Engineering, Computer Science, and Visualization to work on massive scale data and visual analytics. Issues to be investigated include the mathematical, statistical, and algorithmic issues in efficient representation and transformation of data, scalable and dynamic algorithms for real time interaction, visual representation in limited screen space, performing evaluations, and applications.
When 10 December 2012 02:40 AM to
12 December 2012 06:40 PM
Where Research Triangle NC
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With the advance in technology, enormous amounts of data are generated on a daily basis virtually in every area including bioinformatics, astrophysics, chemometrics, social network analysis, web mining, text mining, financial analysis, and security. We are faced with significant analytical challenges due to many special characteristics of these data sets, which are of large volume, often unstructured, high dimensional, noisy, incomplete, time-varying, spatial, and originate from different sources. These challenges can be turned into new opportunities and discoveries when the massive data can be transformed into useful knowledge. Recent developments in data and visual analytics show that incorporating interactive capability through visual interfaces with automated data analysis methods can substantially increase our ability to understand the data and find more meaningful solutions.

Note: This is part of the larger 2012-13 Program on Statistical and Computational Methodology for Massive Datasets, which includes astronomy as a focus.  Funding may be available to attend this visualization workshop and other aspects of the broader SAMSI program.

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