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Survey finds banks plan to increase HPC spend in
From insideHPC

Survey finds banks plan to increase HPC spend in

IT analysis firm Waters published results from a survey earlier this week detailing the 2009 spend plans by banks for HPC. The survey was conducted by Platform...

Many-Core and Reconfigurable Supercomputing Conference 2009,
From insideHPC

Many-Core and Reconfigurable Supercomputing Conference 2009,

The Many-Core and Reconfigurable Supercomputing Conference (MRSC) has evolved over the last few years to become the primary European conference addressing the use...

CYC is Posting Snippets of Knowledge
From The Eponymous Pickle

CYC is Posting Snippets of Knowledge

I see that the CYC company is now twittering. CYC was started in 1984 by Douglas Lenat. Their site has some demos. Have followed its progress since then andin...

R Computing for Data Mining
From The Eponymous Pickle

R Computing for Data Mining

The NYTimes has an overview article on the open source R Computing Language. Emphasizing its use for data mining applications. Not a bad article, but they start...

Marcel Just and Tom Mitchell Appear on CBS 60 Minutes
From CSDiary

Marcel Just and Tom Mitchell Appear on CBS 60 Minutes

Last Sunday I wrote about the computational neuroscience work by Marcel Just and Tom Mitchell. Well, the CBS 60 Minutes feature was really quite interesting. In...

Gigapan Story is #1 on Times of London in 2008
From CSDiary

Gigapan Story is #1 on Times of London in 2008

This news has been on the SCS web page for about a week already, but still worth a mention here: Last year the online edition of the Times of London did a story...

Search Engine Optimization Blogs
From The Eponymous Pickle

Search Engine Optimization Blogs

eCairn has published a list of the top 150 blogs that cover Search Engine optimization and Search Engine Marketing (SEO/SEM).

Targeting Shoppers with Loyalty Data
From The Eponymous Pickle

Targeting Shoppers with Loyalty Data

Short NYT article that shows how dunnhumby uses loyalty data to target consumers for retail clients. After many years of using loyalty data, retailers are finally...

Sun adds Belgian Q-layer to its cloud
From insideHPC

Sun adds Belgian Q-layer to its cloud

From Sun today Sun Microsystems, Inc…today announced it has acquired Q-layer, a cloud computing company that automates the deployment and management of both public...

Financial Engineering Summit next
From insideHPC

Financial Engineering Summit next

Today is becoming “event day” here at insideHPC. I had an email earlier this week about an upcoming computational finance event in New York hosted by NVIDIA and...

ISC
From insideHPC

ISC

From HPCwire ISC’09, the 24th meeting of the International Supercomputing Conference, is seeking papers from researchers in computing and scientific disciplines...

Indian Prime Minister pledging to double investment in
From insideHPC

Indian Prime Minister pledging to double investment in

Pointed to by the Computing Research Policy TumbleLog, an article in the ??Business Standard with comments from Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh comments at...

Upcoming Red Hat HPC stack webinar Jan
From insideHPC

Upcoming Red Hat HPC stack webinar Jan

Red Hat’s twitter account posted a comment recently about an upcoming webinar on the HPC stack. From the webinar page Do you need the power of high-performance...

Huberman on Twitter
From The Eponymous Pickle

Huberman on Twitter

Bernardo A. Huberman an HP researcher, who we met in the late 90s when he was doing analysis of the growth of the web, has a new paper out Twitter: Social Networks...

Examining Pay-per-Post
From The Eponymous Pickle

Examining Pay-per-Post

Pay per post is the method by which bloggers, especially those with large readership are paid in influence, money or goods, to blog about a particular product or...

Link roundup for January 6
From Wild WebMink

Link roundup for January 6

Debian, Philosophy, and PeopleWhere angels fear to tread. "So if even the sixth and eighth commandments admit to exceptions, why is it that some Debian developers...

How many deleted sections do you write?
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

How many deleted sections do you write?

Research ideas come through writing. Thinking deep thoughts while you stare at the wall is not productive. So, researchers write a lot. Some of it is incorrect...

Smart homes haven
From Putting People First

Smart homes haven

New York Times technology reporter Steve Lohr reports on the “dream” of the smart home. “Yet the smart home has remained a dream for years, just over the horizon...

Open Engineering Design Course
From The Eponymous Pickle

Open Engineering Design Course

Friend and colleague Professor Farrokh Mistree at Ga Tech is teaching a course ... ME6102 Designing Open Engineering Systems.... At Ga Tech and Washington State...

Wyoming Includes Supercomputer in Stimulus
From insideHPC

Wyoming Includes Supercomputer in Stimulus

Gov. Dave Freundenthal of Wyoming has announced details on his economic stimulus list destined for President-elect Barack Obama.
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