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Lately I attended a Big Data conference (Euroforum Big Data, Switzerland). The conference was nicely organized and the topics were interesting. Participants were mostly from IT industry and from the list of participants one could expect rather executive-summary-style talks. Nothing … Continue reading
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The fake table of contents from the April 1, 1986 issue of the Astrophysical Journal. (Click for larger version.) Recently, I acquired a stack of books, papers, conference proceedings, and other scientific memorabilia, including…
I attended the RecSys conference 2012 in Dublin. I summarise my personal impressions in this blog post. First of all, the conference was well organised and I met many bright people. I got some really new ideas and inspiring thoughts … Continue reading
Some days ago I could not fall asleep. I just get up and went to my living room with a cup of tea. I was thinking about this (machine learning) and that (machine learning). And yes, I would love to … Continue reading
Most interesting phenomena in physics, social sciences, engineering, and other disciplines are highly non-linear. This limits the ability to analytically investigate such systems. Simulations of the dynamical processes are then the tool of choice to explore the system. However, it … Continue reading