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Networks as Big Data

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Turing Gateway to Mathematics

Networks and other forms of “big data” present practical and theoretical challenges to modern statistics. From Facebook’s graph search to large-scale recommender systems like Amazon’s, how do we model mathematical objects that describe relationships and interactions rather than points in space? In this talk I will share research perspectives on this question and its implications for modern mathematics, statistics, and computing, from the points of view of both academic researchers and industrial users.

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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