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Faced with a deluge of data, an analyst must ask ``what data records are important?'' This paper answers that question by first defining a continuous spectrum of data record significance: ``known'', ``anomalous'', ``interesting'', ``novel'', and ``noise''. The definition has a geometric interpretation in that the significance of a data record in a predictor(More)
Chronic pain negatively impacts health, well-being, and social participation. Effective rehabilitation often hinges on long-term changes in pain-related perceptions and behaviors. However, there are important gaps in understanding how patients perceive these changes. The present pilot study addresses this gap by using qualitative and quantitative(More)
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