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All Blog Posts Tagged 'structure' (4)

New word for Data Science - Signuology

I propose a new word for data science for sparking new thinking. Signuology is defined as the study of sets of characteristic predictive signals contained within data in the form of combined features of the data that are characteristic of an observation of interest within the data.

The terms data mining and data structure imply rigid and discrete characteristics. A signal has more flexibility, borrowing from ideas contained in the superposition principle in physics. One can take the…

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Added by Steve Bowling on March 15, 2019 at 6:11am — No Comments

The assumptions on which the RDBMS is based has changed: the ideal data structure

We have been using tables in the relational database, mostly for the transactional purposes, and that proves effective. Considering the data size and analytic purpose, however, the data structure might need to be redesigned for better efficiency.

To determine how to decompose the complexity of big data, we have observed the way the organisms function. In the physical world, the universe is organized into a hierarchy of…

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Added by Yuanjen Chen on November 3, 2013 at 10:29pm — No Comments

Unstructured Data Really Isn't

Unstructured Data Really Isn’t

Bradley S. Fordham, PhD (www.linkedin.com/in/drbradleyfordham)

The (ART+DATA) Institute

The term “unstructured data”, is truly an oxymoron.  All data has structure, and in fact most data has multiple structures…

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Added by Zach Piester on March 10, 2013 at 2:18pm — No Comments

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