Item RG 543.08.07 - Visualizing retail hot spots in Canada

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Visualizing retail hot spots in Canada

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RG 543.08.07

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    Zelic, Anna

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Research Letter 2002-02

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Paul Dunphy is the Director, Information Technology and the Ted Rogers School of Management. He received a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) from Ryerson University in Toronto and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario. He is responsible for the management of technology at the Ted Rogers School of Management, including the Center for the Study of Commercial Activity's data and web servers. He has worked on a variety of research initiatives at Ryerson, including a collaborative project with the Canadian Space Agency, NASA and Ryerson, which was led by Canadian astronaut Dr. Roberta Bondar to study regulation of cerebral blood flow in space and on Earth. Paul's experience includes data visualization, data mining, digital signal processing and computer programming. Paul is co-author of the research letter, "The Identification of Hot Spots of Retail Activity in Canada: The Application of Data Visualization and Data Mining Technology" published by the Centre for the Study of Commercial Activity.

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HF5429.6.C3 Z45 2002

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