High-performance computing for data analytics
Perrin, D., Bezbradica, M., Crane, M., Ruskin, H.J, & Duhamel, C. (2012) High-performance computing for data analytics. In DS-RT '12 Proceedings of the 2012 IEEE/ACM 16th International Symposium on Distributed Simulation and Real Time Applications, IEEE Computer Society, Dublin, Ireland, pp. 234-242.
One of the main challenges in data analytics is that discovering structures and patterns in complex datasets is a computer-intensive task. Recent advances in high-performance computing provide part of the solution. Multicore systems are now more affordable and more accessible. In this paper, we investigate how this can be used to develop more advanced methods for data analytics. We focus on two specific areas: model-driven analysis and data mining using optimisation techniques.
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