Session on Mathematical, Statistical, and Algorithmic Problems of Very Large Data Sets - American Mathematical Society Meeting: Program

Jointly sponsored by DIMACS and Division of Mathematical Sciences, NSF

January 8, 1997, 2:15 - 6:00 P.M.
San Diego, CA

Scheduled Program:

2:15 p.m.: Don Lewis, Division Director and 
	   Ann Boyle, Program Director, Algebra and Number Theory,
           Division of Mathematical Sciences, NSF
	   "NSF/DMS and Massive Data Sets"

2:25 p.m.: Fred Roberts, Director, DIMACS
 	   "DIMACS Programs in Massive Data Sets"

2:35 p.m.: Joan Feigenbaum, Principal Member of Research Staff,
           AT&T Laboratories
           "Overview of the Session"

2:45 p.m.: Laney Kulsrud, Center for Communications Research, Princeton/IDA
           "Mathematical Methods for Mining Massive Data Sets"

3:30 p.m.: David Karger, MIT
           "Information Retrieval: Challenges in Interactive-Time 
           Manipulation of Massive Text Collections"

4:15 p.m.: Break

4:30 p.m.: Sarbani Basu, Aarhus University
           "Helioseismic Inversions: Massive Data Sets and
           the Determination of Solar Structure"

5:15 p.m.: Ken Church, AT&T Laboratories
           "Massive Data Sets and Graph Algorithms in
           Telecommunications Systems"

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