Mining Scientific Data

  title={Mining Scientific Data},
  author={Usama M. Fayyad and David Haussler and Paul E. Stolorz},
  journal={Commun. ACM},
THE SCIENTIST AT THE OTHER END OF today’s data collection machinery— whether a satellite collecting data from a remote sensing platform, a telescope scanning the skies, or a microscope probing the minute details of a cell—is typically faced with the problem: What do I do with all the data? Scientific instruments can easily generate terabytes and petabytes of data at rates as high as gigabytes per hour. There is a rapidly widening gap between data collection capabilities and the ability to… CONTINUE READING
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