Topdrim partners Emanuela Merelli and Mario Rasetti just published a paper entitled Non locality, Topology, Formal languages: New Global Tools to Handle Large Data Sets in which the authors state “that large sets of data can be handled through an organised set of mathematical and computational tools rooted in a global geometric vision of data space allowing to explore the structure and hidden information patterns thereof”.
This paper was presented at the ICCS’2013 conference, held in Barcelona June 5-7, and organised by Topdrim partner Peter Sloot from UvA. The work was also disseminated within the workshop Modeling and Computing Multiscale Systems Subtopic: Distributed Computing chaired by Alfons Hoekstra, coordinator of the Sophocles project.
Non locality, Topology, Formal languages: New Global Tools to Handle Large Data Sets
Emanuela Merelli(a(), Mario Rasetti(b)
a) School of Science and Technology, University of Camerino, Via del Bastione,1, Camerino 62032, italy
b) ISI Foundation, Via Alassio 11-C, Torino 10126, Italy