DAME: A Web Oriented Infrastructure for Scientific Data Mining & Exploration

  title={DAME: A Web Oriented Infrastructure for Scientific Data Mining \& Exploration},
  author={Massimo Brescia and Giuseppe Longo and S. George Djorgovski and Stefano Cavuoti and Raffaele D’Abrusco and Ciro Donalek and Alessandro Di Guido and Michelangelo Fiore and Mauro Garofalo and Omar Laurino and Ashish A. Mahabal and Francesco Manna and Alfonso Nocella and Giovanni D'Angelo and Maurizio Paolillo},
Nowadays, many scientific areas share the same need of being able to deal with massive and distributed datasets and to perform on them complex knowledge extraction tasks. This simple consideration is behind the international efforts to build virtual organizations such as, for instance, the Virtual Observatory (VObs). DAME (DAta Mining & Exploration) is an innovative, general purpose, Web-based, VObs compliant, distributed data mining infrastructure specialized in Massive Data Sets exploration… 

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