Posts Tagged "Tao Li"



“Current Issues in Data Mining” Symposium offered insight

The "Current Issues in Data Mining" Symposium was well attended.  The cutting-edge talks well received and Dr. Srini Parthasararthy has shared his presentation (link below).   SPEAKERS Wagner Meira Jr. "Exploiting Social Networks for Disease Surveillance" Srinivasan Parthasararthy "Markov Clustering: Consolidation and Renewed Bearing" Tao Li "Log/Event Mining for Computing System Management"...

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“Current Issues in Data Mining” Symposium Luncheon, Wednesday 5/4

Data Mining is an area of computer science that studies the problem of discovering interesting or meaningful patterns in large data sets, and develops knowledge out of the discovered patterns. With the advancement of computing technologies, the importance of data mining has increased. In this event, three renowned data mining experts will present their cutting-edge research in data mining. The talks will be useful for those who are...

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Featured Scientist – Mitsunori Ogihara, PhD

Dr. Mitsunori Ogihara is Director of the Data Mining Group in the Center for Computational Science.  He holds the rank of Professor of Computer Science in the College of Arts and Sciences and is a Professor of Electric and Computer Engineering in the College of Engineering.  On January 1, 2012, he began serving as Associate Dean for Digital Library Innovations in the College of Arts and Sciences, a position supported jointly by the...

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