Vincent Granville, PhD is a pioneering data scientist, mathematician, entrepreneur, investor, co-founder of Data Science Central (acquired in 2020) and DataShaping.com, former VC-funded executive, author and patent owner. Vincent's past corporate experience includes Visa, Wells Fargo, eBay, NBC, Microsoft, CNET, InfoSpace and other Internet startup companies (one acquired by Google). Vincent is also a former post-doct from Cambridge University, and the National Institute of Statistical Sciences (NISS).
Vincent published in Journal of Number Theory, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series B) and IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence. One of his books was published by Wiley. For details, see my Google Scholar profile, here.
This question is raised on occasion. Salaries are not increasing as fast as they used to, though this is natural for any discipline reaching some maturity. Some job seekers claim it is not that easy anymore to find a job as a data scientist. Some employers have complained about the costs associated with a data science team, and ROI expectations not…Continue
This article focuses on the machine learning aspects of the problem, and the use of pattern recognition techniques leading to interesting, new findings about twin primes. Twin primes are prime numbers p such that p + 2 is also prime. For instance, 3 and 5, or 29 and 31. A famous, unsolved and old mathematical conjecture states that…Continue
These Fourier series can be considered as bivariate time series (X(t), Y(t)) where t is the time, X(t) is a weighted sum of cosine terms of arbitrary periods, and Y(t) is the same sum, except that cosine is replaced by sine. The orbit at time t is…Continue