NaN talk for May 5, 2009: Mark Meiss, pre-Alpha Thesis Defense

This week at NaN I'll be running through a very preliminary version of my thesis talk, "Structural Mining of Large-Scale Behavioral Data from the Internet," which is all about the things you can discover using network flow data and Web clicks. The big things that I'll be looking to get as feedback have to do with organization and pruning -- I'm not terribly confident of the order in which I present the material, and I have a LOT more things to say than time to say it in, so I can use some suggestions on what to keep and what to just point to the actual document for.

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