Computational Methods for Massive/Complex Data Workshop


The objective of the two-day workshop is to bring together experts on state-of-the-art data analysis (data mining/machine learning/[bio]statistics) of large-scale data sets, computer scientists who are already focusing on powerful strategies that exploit the nature of the analysis algorithms, and numerical analysts who are creating efficient techniques for detailed results that necessitate handling large quantities of data.

The workshop will cover a broad spectrum of different areas of research ranging from computational architectures to obtain computational speedups in the analysis of complex models for massive datasets to the application on these new computational environments in data mining/machine learning/(bio)statistics.

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