MACIS 2015 Session (SS9): Data and Knowledge Exploration

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The increased interest in discovering and managing the underlying, valid, insightful, and valuable knowledge from diverse, massive, complex, and fast changing data has stimulated the study and applications of many mathematical theories (for instance, topology, computational geometry, differential equations, fluid dynamics, and quantum statistics). Various methods and techniques have been proposed to solve problems in designing, analyzing, and implementing data-intensive and knowledge-based information systems. This special session aims at gathering researchers, engineers, and others interested in exploring mathematical methods for scientifically analyzing data and systematically managing knowledge to discuss theoretical and practical challenges and to present recent research progress and results dedicated (not exhausted) in

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