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|PART I Participant's Expectations for the Workshop||3-12|
|PART II Applications Papers||13-14|
|Earth Observation Systems: What Shall We Do with the Data we Are Expecting in 1998?||15-22|
|Information Retrieval: Finding Needles in Massive Haystacks||23-32|
|Statistics and Massive Data Sets: one View from the Social Sciences||33-38|
|The Challenge of Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging||39-46|
|Massive Data Sets: Guidelines and Practical Experience from Health Care||51-68|
|Massive Data Sets in Semiconductor Manufacturing||69-76|
|Management Issues in the Analysis of Large-Scale Crime Data Sets||77-80|
|Analyzing Telephone Network Data||81-92|
|Massive Data Assimilation/Fusion in Atmospheric Models and Analysis: Statistical, Physical, and Computational Challenges||93-103|
|PART III Additional Invited Papers||103-104|
|Massive Data Sets and Artificial Intelligence Planning||105-114|
|Massive Data Sets: Problems and Possiblities, with Application to Environmental Monitoring||115-120|
|Visualizing Large Datasets||121-128|
|From Massive Data Sets to Science Catalogs: Applications and Challenges||129-142|
|Information Retrieval and the Statistics of Large Data Sets||143-148|
|Some Ideas About the Exploratory Spatial Analysis of Large Data Sets||149-156|
|Massive Data Sets in Navy Problems||157-168|
|Massive Data Sets Workshop: The Morning After||169-184|
|PART IV Fundamental Issues and Grand Challenges||185-186|
|Items for Ongoing Consideration||203-204|
|Appendix: Workshop Participants||207-208|
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