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By H. Atmanspacher, H. Scheingraber, W. Voges (auth.), V. Di Gesù, L. Scarsi, P. Crane, J. H. Friedman, S. Levialdi, M. C. Maccarone (eds.)

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In the booklet are suggested the most effects provided on the 3rd overseas Workshop on information research in Astronomy, held on the EUore Majorana middle for clinical tradition, Erice, Sicily, Italy, on June 20-27,1988. The Workshop was once the common evolution of the 2 past ones. the most objective of the 1st version (Erice 1984) was once to begin a systematic interplay among Astronomers and machine Scientists. goal of the second one (Erice 1986) was once to examine the growth in facts research tools and devoted know-how. info research difficulties turn into more durable every time the information are terrible in statistics or the sign is susceptible and embedded in based heritage. Experiments accumulating facts of this kind of nature require new and non-standard methodologies. Possibilistic techniques might be merged with the statistical ones, so one can formalize the entire wisdom utilized by the scientists to arrive conclusions. furthermore, the decade has been characterised by way of very speedy advancements of clever platforms for facts research (knowledge dependent structures, ... ) that may be precious to aid astronomers in complicated selection making. For those purposes, the final variation of the workshop was once meant to supply an outline at the state-of-the-art within the information research methodologies and instruments within the new frontieres of the astrophysics (y-astronomy, neutrino astronomy, gravitational waves, heritage radiation and severe cosmic ray power spectrum). The e-book is prepared in sections: - facts research equipment and instruments, - New frontieres in astronomy.

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