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CSC Computer Sciences
Manager, Consultant
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Business Analytics, Predictive Modeling, Data Mining, Operations Research, Other, Finance, SAS
Management Consulting, Information Technology Services
Short Bio:
Currently "Senior Consultant" in Advanced Analytics at CSC Computer Sciences.

I hold a MSc in electro-mechanical engineering and a PhD in Data Mining.

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At 3:05pm on August 27, 2008, Patrice Latinne said…
Always in the scope of "emerging issues", now in electro-mechanical engineering, I'm looking for statistical techniques for predicting failure occurences. I'm currently investigation logistic regressions on repeated measures and survival analysis. If you have any suggestion, feel free. ;-)
At 5:05pm on June 12, 2008, Patrice Latinne said…
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At 8:22pm on June 4, 2008, Mark Richards said…
chen_emerging_jasist2006.pdfHi Patrice,

Have you looked at any of the information visualization stuff on "emerging issues". You might start at Chaomei Chen's homepage:
The (2004) book listed 1st "...: Beyond the Horizon" has the final chapter on methods for detecting emerging trends. (I reviewed this book briefly in the "Library of Babel" group on this site - please stop by &/or join).
Also the attached paper (from following a link on Chen's page) might be interesting or give a look at this approach/discipline.

Also, as you probably know detecting emerging trends has been one of the 1st commercial apps to come out of social network analysis techniques. You might want to poke around on the "Cymfony" site:

best of luck
At 1:55pm on June 2, 2008, Patrice Latinne said…
I'm currently investigating techniques to detect "emerging issues". My aim is to apply this in Sales&Marketing and Warranty mgmt.

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