Data Farming is the process of using a high performance computer or computing grid to run a simulation thousands or millions of times across a large parameter and value space. The result of Data Farming is a “landscape” of output that can be analyzed for trends, anomalies, and insights in multiple parameter dimensions.
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... International Data Farming Workshops are held twice each year, in the Spring and Fall ... for future ones, can be found at the Naval Postgraduate School's SEED Center for Data Farming ...
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