- Data through the Computational Lens
- Journal of Computational Science
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- Faculty of Science (FNWI)
- Informatics Institute (IVI)
Today, many advanced studies in computational science are enforced by data collected and processed in distributed systems, obtained and assimilated in real (or near-real) time, used to identify and build models, or even used for advanced visualization to have insights through visual images. Taking such an important role of data into account, 16th International Conference on Computational Science (ICCS 2016), an event that promotes leading-edge research in the area, proposed the special theme “Data through the Computational Lens” to bring diverse ideas and recent developments together from computational science society aimed towards this vector. This special issue contains extended papers selected from the conference proceedings that promotes leading edge research.
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- Editorial for: Special Section on Intl. Conference On Computational Science 2016: Data through the Computational Lens
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