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All Blog Posts Tagged 'Theory' (6)

Suspense Analog - Data Object

I periodically use the term “data object” in my blogs.  Since I do not normally blog about data objects per se, I find myself simply stating that in-depth analysis might need to go beyond numbers; therefore, we should consider data objects.  This might confuse readers unaware of what a data object is - or at least what I mean by it.  To make matters challenging, readers inclined towards data science do not necessarily have much background in the liberal arts; and those with degrees in the…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on September 22, 2017 at 1:00am — No Comments

Prediction – the other dismal science?

An insightful person once said, “Prediction is like driving your car forward by looking only at the rearview mirror!”. If the road is dead-straight, you are good . . . UNLESS there is a stalled vehicle ahead in the middle of the road.

We should consider short-term and long-term prediction separately. Long-term prediction is nearly a lost cause. In the 80’s and 90’s, chaos and complexity theorists showed us that things can spin out of control even when we have perfect…

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Added by PG Madhavan on January 26, 2016 at 2:08pm — No Comments

Social Network Analysis reveals the alternative list of global power elite

Forbes magazine has been publishing the list of The World's Most Powerful People since 2009. The number of people in the list is proportional to the global population with the ratio being one slot for every 100 million people on Earth. When the list started in 2009, there were 67 people on the list and the latest list from year 2014 had 72 people. According for…

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Added by Dr. Jai Ganesh on September 9, 2015 at 2:10am — 1 Comment

Data Integrity - A Sequence of Words Lost in the World of Big Data

The subject of this blog might seem rather rudimentary for those who fully understand the importance of properly managing data. For those people, hopefully, you will find the post worth reading and provide constructive feedback and augment the discussion. The purpose of this post is to highlight the necessity to keep data clean and orderly so that the results of the analysis are reliable and trustworthy - if data integrity is intact, information derived from this data will be trustworthy…

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Added by Randall Shane on March 8, 2015 at 12:00pm — No Comments

STEM Education and Big Data

STEM is an acronym for the fields of science, technology, engineering and math and it has a push within United States, however there is a big factor is not taken into consideration yet by the masses in the world of Education, and that is the best use of Big Data. This is a lacking factor, as we are still exploring Big Data and its utilization at a novice level by our selves. Education by itself is a huge and vast field to conduct the research, by have an exploration within the research…

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Added by Atif Farid Mohammad on October 26, 2013 at 8:27am — 13 Comments

Gale-Shapley Algorithm

Al Roth along with Lloyd Shapley won the Nobel Prize for matching and the design of new types of markets. The Gale-Shapley algorithm is a cornerstone of the matching methods Al Roth pioneered. The algorithm has been extended by Roth and computer scientists including Don Knuth to apply "Matching Theory" to design…

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Added by Michael Walker on October 17, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments

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