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December 9th, 2004
Software Tool Finds 'Needles' In Data 'Haystacks'
A new software tool developed by researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) makes it possible to find chemical 'needles' in data 'haystacks' without having to know anything about the 'needle' in advance.
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