Data Base Management: Proceedings of a Conference, November 1-2, 1984 Held at Monterey, California.
STANFORD UNIV CA DEPT OF STATISTICS
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Stanford University and the Navy Center for International Science and Technology NCIST and Office of Naval Research unit, located at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School NPGS in Monterey jointly sponsored a Database Management Conference on November 1-2, 1984. Eleven speakers were invited to give talks over the two days to audiences numbering 25 to 35 workers in the field. These speakers covered a wide spectrum of specialties in database management. Topics were Database Organization for Statistical Data Analysis Automating the study of Causal Relationships ... Large Time-Oriented Clinical Databases The RX Project CODA A Concept Organization and Development Aide for the Research Environment Information Management for Distributed Scientific Data Put the Information in the Database Not the Program Relevance of Machine Learning Managing the Data Analysis Process Remarks on Parallel Computer Architecture and Information Retrieval Linking Science, Technology, and Economics Data The World Brain Today Scientographic Databases. What are they, How are they created and What are they used for Beyond Storage Retrieval.
- Administration and Management
- Computer Hardware
- Computer Systems