NYU; Milutinovic, Veljko: TUTORIAL ON DATAMINING FOR E-BUSINESS by PROF. DR. VELJKO MILUTINOVIC, Fellow of the IEEE, UNIVERSITY OF BELGRADE, and associates - "DISTINGUISHED e-LECTURER ON e-BUSINESS", NYU 2002.

THEMES: NYU | Milutinovic, Veljko
YEAR: 2002
 
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Subject:Invitation to e-attend an NYU e-business seminar!
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Dear Dr. Nastansky:

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY's Director of Graduate Programs in Management & Systems
at the School of Continuing and Professional Studies,
Prof. Anthony R. Davidson PhD EDP, invites you to e-attend
the next SYNCHRONOUS VoiceOverIP lecture
in the "DISTINGUISHED e-LECTURER ON e-BUSINESS" series.

TUTORIAL ON DATAMINING FOR E-BUSINESS
by
PROF. DR. VELJKO MILUTINOVIC, Fellow of the IEEE,
UNIVERSITY OF BELGRADE, and associates.

AN NYU/SCPS CERTIFICATE WILL BE RECEIVED BY ALL WHO ATTEND

This tutorial is a must for all those who intend to use DATAMINING tools
and algorithms to enhance the strategic management of their business.
The lecture starts with introductory concepts and concludes with highly
sophisticated solutions! Ideal for practitioners from the real world of business,
as well as for students and teachers of any related subject.
The only prerequisite is a rudimentary familiarity with the Internet.
Prof. Dr. Veljko Milutinovic is known through his pioneering work on the
200MHz RISC microprocessor for DARPA, about a decade before Intel.
He also created a number of novel algorithms and related accelerators
(hardware, software, and system) for efficient datamining in e-business,
and published over 20 books for major publishers in the USA.


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Please, sign up for one of the following four identical 90-minute sessions
(all times East Coast USA):

Section 1: DECEMBER 18, 2002 @ 6:00pm EST for East Coast USA
Section 2: DECEMBER 19, 2002 @ 4:00am EST for Far East
Section 3: DECEMBER 18, 2002 @ 12noon EST for EU
Section 4: DECEMBER 19, 2002 @ 9:00pm EST for Pacific Coast USA

Cost: $ 200,-

Please visit URL:
http://www.scps.nyu.edu/departments/course.jsp?courseId=33791
for more information and to enroll.
SPACE IS LIMITED TO 100 participants per session.

You will also be able to view the demo slides from the lecture,
the demo learning text,
and download 2 related papers of V. Milutinovic (from IEEE COMPUTER).

The full set of slides can be downloaded within 24 hours of the lecture.

IMPORTANT: SOUNDCARD AND SPEAKERS REQUIRED TO LISTEN TO THE LECTURE.
IF YOU WISH TO ASK QUESTIONS THEN A MICROPHONE IS ALSO REQUIRED.
YOU MUST HAVE A MINIMUM 56K CONNECTION TO THE INTERNET.

Deadline: December 13, 2002, at noon EST.
After your credit card payment is processed,
you will receive the URL for the session, your login/password,
and the related cold-start guidelines.

If you have questions about the tutorial or for further details
please reply to: datamining@rti7020.etf.bg.ac.yu

To call New York University in the USA: +212-998-9149

Prof. Dr. Anthony Davidson,
Director of Graduate Programs
Management & Systems
SCPS, NYU