Pankaj Mehra, HP Labs
We examine research issues that arise when most information items in an enterprise can be linked to each other via short paths, implicit or explicit.
In such high-recall settings, the treatment of metadata management, indexing and ranking needs new attention.
Additional issues arise as to the best way to handle updates to the connections, whether on or off the transaction path.
Even traditional techniques, such as classification and clustering of documents, which stand to benefit from the extra information provided by the so-called network of meaning, need to be reexamined for how best to exploit the extra information.
The talk ends with an examination of some promising avenues for using high recall as a driver for the next wave of business process automation
About the Speaker
Pankaj Mehra has worked in the area of large-scale systems and software
design for almost 20 years, and has won numerous awards and honors
throughout his career.
He is currently a Distinguished Technologist at
HP, where his responsibilities include technology strategy and advanced
Pankaj has served as: lead architect for HP's Reference
Information Storage Server; architecture core team member for HP's
NonStop Advanced Architecture; and chairman of InfiniBand (IB)
management working group in IB Trade Association.
Pankaj is an author on three books and dozens of papers.
His latest book "Storage, Data and Information Systems" is in press;
"Load Balancing: An Automated Learning Approach" was published in 1995; and "Artificial Neural Networks:
Concepts and Theory" was published in 1992. Pankaj holds a Ph.D. from University of Illinois