This talk discusses Signal Detection Theory as it applies to identifying consumption patterns of computer resources. The goal is to show that sometimes you just need a little data, and your eyes, to solve Big Data problems; and, that you are much better than a computer at solving dynamic problems, especially when it comes to pattern recognition.
5 Key Points
- Interesting biology background - What is Signal Detection Theory - Signal Detection Theory in Real Life - Statistical Shortcomings with noisy system data - Eyeball solution
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