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Event
IPAM Workshop: Cyber-Enabled Discovery and Innovation

Knowledge Extraction

October 29, 2007 8:45 AM  to 
October 29, 2007 4:30 PM
IPAM Building (Across from Moore Hall), Room 1200, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

The goal of this workshop is to inform the scientific community about the CDI program, with the aim of eliciting strong proposals involving mathematical scientists. This workshop will be focused on the "knowledge extraction" aspect of the CDI program. For more information about CDI, see

http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2007/nsf07603/nsf07603.pdf

We plan on having three types of presentations:

  • An information session with Q&A with a representative from NSF
  • Several panels where each panelist would present a few slides about what they consider to be the interesting and important questions of long-term significance, followed by a discussion with Q&A. Topics we envision at this point are:
    • Numerical Methods for Fast Knowledge Extraction
    • Nonlinear Methods for Dimensional Reduction
    • Knowledge Extraction from Images and Problems of Visualization
    • Discrete and Graph-based Techniques for Knowledge Extraction and Analysis of Large Networks

  • Selected examples of success stories of applying knowledge extraction techniques from the mathematical sciences to large scale problems

Meeting Type
Workshop

Contacts
Thomas Russell, (703) 292-8080, trussell@nsf.gov
       Preferred Contact Method: Email

NSF Related Organizations
Division of Mathematical Sciences

Related Programs
Cyber-Enabled Discovery and Innovation

Related Websites
IPAM CDI Workshop: http://www.ipam.ucla.edu/programs/cdi2007/

 



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