Monthly Archives: June 2017

IoT and Big Data Analytics Synergy

A slide from my talk at Nagoya University from June 23, 2017…  I have 3 talks to give here in Japan, and this one is A Short Introduction to Big Data Analytics, the Internet of Things, and their Synergies: For … Continue reading

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What Published Paper Has the Largest Number of Co-Authors?

Probably, this one: Why am I saying it has the largest number of co-authors?  Because it is not often that we can see a paper with 5,154 authors representing 344 different organizations! I guess, this is what it takes to … Continue reading

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Putting a Billion Years in Perspective

Short-term future forecasting (months to years) is practical, because it could be reasonably accurate. Mid-term future forecasting (many decades to centuries) is entertaining because it is most likely inaccurate, but we cannot argue with the author since none of us … Continue reading

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Stranger Things in Colorado – Part 2

Previously, I have posted a summary of strange, interesting, and beautiful natural phenomena occurring in Colorado (link).   Here is another one from May 27, 2017. Thanks to Colorado resident Aidan Peairs, we now have this image of the Aurora … Continue reading

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