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Title Shake Hack [DEMO #3]
Title of Series 2014 Fall NuPIC Hackathon
Number of Parts 19
Author Marshall, Austin
License CC Attribution 3.0 Unported:
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DOI 10.5446/18082
Publisher Numenta Platform for Intelligent Computing (NuPIC)
Release Date 2014
Language English

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Subject Area Computer Science
Abstract "According to recent news, the Bay Area is overdue another "Big One". I'll be evaluating encoding schemes for data that comprises the last 10+ years of magnitude 2.5 or greater earthquake activity for the 1000 km radius centered on the Pinger headquarters in San Jose, CA. I'm hoping to identify earthquake swarms leading up to larger events in the same region." By Austin Marshall.
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Metropolitan area network
Integrated development environment
Demo (music)
Hacker (term)
Metropolitan area network
Multiplication sign
Interior (topology)
Correlation and dependence
Regular graph
Order of magnitude
Data mining
Uniform resource locator
Order (biology)
Hill differential equation
Chord (peer-to-peer)
Ocean current
Query language
Interactive television
Software bug
Service (economics)
Interior (topology)
Multiplication sign
Insertion loss
Disk read-and-write head
Rule of inference
Order of magnitude
Energy level
Information security
Exception handling
Mathematical analysis
Cartesian coordinate system
Frame problem
Arithmetic mean
Vector space
Order (biology)


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