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» ASA issues statement on role of statistics in data science
Thu, 01 Oct 2015 13:09:27 EDT
In a policy statement issued today, the American Statistical Association (ASA) stated statistics is "foundational to data science"—along with database management and distributed and parallel systems—and its use in this emerging field empowers researchers to extract knowledge and obtain better results from Big Data and other analytics projects.
» Blog comment, collab help man attack old maths problem
Sat, 26 Sep 2015 14:40:01 EDT
Chris Cesare in Nature reported on Friday that Terence Tao successfully attacked the Erdős discrepancy problem by building on an online collaboration. Tao is a professor in the math department at UCLA. He works primarily in mathematical areas of harmonic analysis, PDE, geometric combinatorics, arithmetic combinatorics, analytic number theory, compressed sensing, and algebraic combinatorics.

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