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The Interface of Three Areas of Computer Science with the Mathematical Sciences: Summary of a Workshop Contents  1   Mother's Day, Victoria's Secret, and Napster: Network Traffic Modeling   1      The Nature of the Internet   1      Predictive Models of the Internet   2      New Protocol Designs   3      Security on the Internet and Understanding Traffic Problems   3      Network Tomography   4      The Modeling Problem   4      Summary of Network Traffic Modeling Session   6  2   A Visionary Session   7      The Nature of Computer Vision   7      Image Reconstruction   7      Visual Control   8      Image Segmentation   8      Object Recognition   9      More Difficult Types of Object Recognition   9      Differential Equation Models in Vision   9      The Modeling Problem   10      Summary of Computer Vision Session   11  3   Knowledge Discovery: Data Mining and Search   12      The Nature of Data Mining and Search   12      Problems in Data Mining   12      Enhancing the Power of Automated Knowledge Discovery   13      Web Social Structure and Search   13      Additional Problems in Data Mining and Search   14      Summary of Data Mining and Search Session   15     Appendix: Workshop Agenda and Participants   16

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