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Jim X. Chen, George Mason University
Aiichiro Nakano, University of Southern California

Today, more complex data is generated and collected than ever before in human history. This avalanche creates opportunities and information as well as dif.culties and challenges. Many people and places are dedicated to data acquisition, computing, and visualization, and there is a great need for sharing information and approaches. We called for a special issue of papers in CiSE to investigate and study creative methods and systems in receiving, processing, and understanding high-dimensional data. The response was so overwhelming that we had to divide the theme into two separate issues?part II will appear later this year.

Citation:
Jim X. Chen, Aiichiro Nakano, "Guest Editors' Introduction: High-Dimensional Data Acquisition, Computing, and Visualization," Computing in Science and Engineering, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 12-13, March-April 2003, doi:10.1109/MCISE.2003.1182957
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