The Shape of Data
Date:Wed, Sep 19, 2012
Location:IRMACS Center, Simon Fraser University
Conference:Hot Topics in Computational Criminology
The notion of higher dimensional shape has turned out to be an important feature of data. It encodes the qualitative structure of data, and allows one to find useful distinct groups in data sets. Topology is the branch of mathematics which deals with shape, and in recent years methods from topology have been adapted for the study of data. This talk will survey these developments, with examples.
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