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Five big questions

If you try to do everything, you always end up doing nothing. Which is why Gray’s laws suggest searching for the twenty “big questions” in a field and then focusing-in the first five as the ones that’ll generate the biggest return on the effort invested. So what are the five biggest open issues in programming for sensorised systems?

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Both ends of the data-intensive spectrum

Data-intensive science (or “web science” as it is sometimes known) has received a major boost from the efforts of Googlle and others, with the availability of enormous data sets against which we can learn. It’s easy to see that such large-scale data affects experimental science, but there are lessons further down the scale too.

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