Interface 2001

Frontiers in Data Mining and Bioinformatics

The 33rd Symposium on the Interface of Computing Science and Statistics


June 13th to 16th 2001

Westin South Coast Plaza Hotel, Costa Mesa, Orange County, California


 

You are cordially invited to attend the 2001 Symposium on the Interface of Computing Science and Statistics, scheduled for June 13th-16th, 2001 at the Westin South Coast Plaza Hotel, Costa Mesa, Orange County, California. This year's conference includes an exciting array of speakers on a wide range of topics including special invited sessions on massive data sets, bioinformatics, Bayesian methods, visualization, analyzing Web data, graphical models, statistical models for text data, support vector machines, statistical graphics, and more. A special session will be held devoted to John Tukey and the Interface. A series of invited key research overview sessions organized by the NSF, ARO, NSA, ONR, and the Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics will also be presented. Interface 2001 will conclude with a special Day on Bioinformatics (June 16th), with a series of keynote talks by invited experts on topics such as biological sequence analysis, gene array data, brain image analysis, and medical data analysis. The Interface will also be preceded by tutorials on the "hot topics" of bioinformatics, data mining, and hierarchical models. The interface between computer science and statistics is more active today then ever before and we anticipate that this meeting will capture this vitatility and energy - we invite you to come share in the excitement as the Interface ventures forth into the new millennium!
 

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