Data mining techniques for GAIA data processing and analysis

Cromarty, J, Bil, C, Hill, R and Thompson, L 2007, 'Data mining techniques for GAIA data processing and analysis', in M. Miletic (ed.) Proceedings of the 12th International Australian Aerospace Congress, Melbourne, Australia, 19-22 March 2007.


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Title Data mining techniques for GAIA data processing and analysis
Author(s) Cromarty, J
Bil, C
Hill, R
Thompson, L
Year 2007
Conference name 12th International Australian Aerospace Congress
Conference location Melbourne, Australia
Conference dates 19-22 March 2007
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 12th International Australian Aerospace Congress
Editor(s) M. Miletic
Publisher Engineers Australia
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Abstract With ever expanding worldwide scientific databases, data mining methodologies are being relied upon to extract and discover previously invisible conclusions and facts that are contained in these complex and large relational databases. In the field of astronomy these data mining techniques will be particularly valuable. Contained in this paper is a discussion on data mining techniques that are potentially applicable to the data sets of the European Space Agency (ESA) Gaia universe surveying spacecraft, which is due to be launched in 2012. This paper looks at how data mining methodologies can be applied specifically to the Gaia datasets, in particular options for the identification of bent-double galaxies using fuzzy logic.
Subjects Optimisation
Copyright notice © Engineers Australia 2007
ISBN 9780980321500
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