The real power for security applications will come from the synergy of academic and commercial research focusing on the specific issue of security. This book is suitable for those interested in understanding the techniques for handling very large data sets and how to apply them in conjunction for solving security issues.
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The best known and most popular single source of statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States. This database is designed to serve as a convenient, easy-to-use statistical reference source and as a guide to statistical publications and sources.
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