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Art Kendall <[log in to unmask]>
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Classification, clustering, and phylogeny estimation
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Wed, 14 Feb 2007 07:37:25 -0500
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This sounds extremely interesting,   Since you posted on class-l, have 
thought of giving this talk at the CSNA meeting?
Or at the Joint statistical Meeting?

Art Kendall
Social Research Consultants

Fionn Murtagh wrote:
> Inaugural Lecture, Royal Holloway, University of London
> (Egham, Surrey, west of London)
>
> By Professor Fionn Murtagh, Head of Computer Science Department
>
> Thinking Ultrametrically: Understanding Massive Data Sets &
> Navigating Information Spaces
>
> Thursday 22 February 2007 at 5.30 pm
>
> In real life, hierarchical reasoning is as essential as reasoning in
> metric terms (for the latter, think of parking a car). We look at
> how the hierarchical viewpoint is essential for understanding and
> exploiting massive stores of digital data. We exemplify how an
> ultrametric embedding is needed to address problems as varied as the
> structure of text, the physics of the early Universe, and social
> conflict.
>
> Main Lecture Theatre, Founder's Building, Royal Holloway,
> University of London, Egham, Surrey
>
> All the best,
> Fionn Murtagh
> fmurtagh at acm dot org
>
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