S. Y. Berkovich
Department of Computer Science at George Washington University,
Senior Advisor in COM.Geo Advisory Board
Big Data refers to the rising flood of digital data from
many different sources. “Immense” and “diverse” are two
important characteristics of the “Big Data.” Coping with
the expanding variety of the Big Data requires a radical
change in the philosophy of the organization of information
processing. The Big Data approach has to modify the underlying
computational model in order to manage the uncertainty in
the access to information items in a huge nebulous environment.
In this talk, we introduce a novel method for on-the-fly
clusterization of amorphous data from diverse sources. It
is especially suitable for the Big Data computational model
as it materializes the requirement of purposeful selection
of information items in unsteady framework of cloud computing
and stream processing. Furthermore, the uncertainties in
relation to the considered method of clusterization are
moderated due to the idea of the bounded rationality, an
approach that does not require a complete exact knowledge
for sensible decision-making.
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COM.Geo 2012 conference highlights are Big Data Computing, GPU
Computing, Sensor Computing/Internet of Things (IoT) for Geospatial
R&A. What's inside them? What's the relationships between them?
What's behind all these 'Computing' technologies? How to integrate
them to solve the real geospatial problems?
Let's reveal these at COM.Geo 2012 through our leading industrial,
governmental, and academic experts' insightful thoughts and inspiring
discussions in their keynote speeches, paper presentations, lightning
talks, panel discussions, and workshops or courses.
COM.Geo is organizing several interesting panels related to Big
1) Mobile Computing & Big Data Computing
2) Cloud Computing & Big Data Computing
3) GPU/GPGPU Computing & Big Data Computing
4) Sensor Computing / Internet of Things (IoT) & Big Data Computing
5) Big Data Computing for Defense
COM.Geo invites individuals to apply to become panel moderators (organizers) or panelists (members).
online by May 15.
The COM.Geo 2012 early registration deadline is May 14th. The
fee structure for COM.Geo 2012 makes it even more advantageous to
register early this year. Registering early can save you up to $200
off your conference program registration (depending on your registration
Computing for Geospatial Research Institute (COM.Geo)
is one of the leading-edge geospatial computing research organizations in
the world. COM.Geo is playing a guiding role to advancing the technologies
in computing for geospatial research and application fields. COM.Geo R&D
focuses on the latest computing technologies for multidisciplinary research
and development that enables the exploration in geospatial areas. COM.Geo
training center offers the most up-to-date training for working professionals
to boost their technical knowledge and skills of computing for geospatial
technology. COM.Geo conference is an exclusive international event that
connects researchers, developers, scientists, and application users from
academia, government, and industry in both computing and geospatial fields.