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--> Closing Remarks Jon Kettenring Bellcore Very briefly, I would like to thank all the people who have made the last two days an interesting time. On behalf of the National Research Council and the Committee on Applied and Theoretical Statistics, I hope that this is a beginning of a lot of excitement in the area of massive data sets. I think we have struggled with some of the very difficult aspects. I hope that we have a little momentum going. I hope that we have a useful network, and that you have had a chance to make some new connections here that will be valuable to you. We will follow up in some ways that we know about now, and perhaps some others that some of you will take as a lead-on to other efforts. Again, thank you all very much.
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