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InDatabase Modeling and Scoring with DB2 Analytics Accelerator and SPSS Modeler Community Blog
DB2 Analytics Accelerator V5 enables indatabase analytics tools, such as SPSS Modeler, to process indatabase modeling on the Accelerator and therefore benefit from its acceleration capabilities. DB2 Analytics Accelerator supports indatabase analytics by...
from Blog: IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator Community
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Rational Rhapsody: Simplifying the Rhapsody User Experience with Domain Specific Modeling
AcdntlPoet
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rationalrhapsody
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Rational Rhapsody: Simplifying the Rhapsody User Experience with Domain Specific Modeling  Andy Lapping demonstrates how to simplify the Rhapsody User Experience with Domain Specific Modeling
from Blog: Notes from IoT Support


Use Big R to access, manipulate, visualize, and analyze hadoop data on Bluemix Community Blog
Vikas Manoria
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rstats
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biginsights
statistical
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hadoop
5,060 Views
Prerequisites (i) To create Hadoop setup in Bluemix please follow instructions given in this ‘Get Started’ blog  http://ibm.biz/GetStartedBlog (ii) Before start running R scripts on Hadoop you may want to upload some data in HDFS. This blog will...
from Blog: Bluemix Group
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Step By Step Modeling Of PuzzlOr Electrifying Problem
PuzzlOr problems are nice because they are simplified versions of real world problems of interest. Last December problem is a simplified version of an interesting logistics problem. A variety of method can be used to attack them, see for instance...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
Modified on by JeanFrancoisPuget


Why and How you should be using the DB2 Analytics Accelerator modeling feature
williefavero
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z/os
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favero
gary_crupi
2,662 Views
Willie's "Getting the Most Out of DB2 for z/OS" blog and "Musings of a Lifelong Mainframe Guy" blog. Today, we have a quest blogger; Gary Crupi , IBM Distinguished Engineer  Big Data & Analytics. Gary isn’t new to this blog,...
from Blog: The DB2 for z/OS Online Handbook
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Introduction to SysML: State Modeling
Introduction to SysML: State Modeling  In this video Joanne Scouler and Andy Lapping define and demonstrate the following basic SysML concepts: States  1:39 Transitions  4:29 Events  7:18 Trigger, guard, effect  9:13 Junction...
from Blog: Notes from Rational Support
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Simulation Is Fun!
LouV
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enterprise
steer
plan
bpmn
strategic
ea
architect
architecture
system
process
simulation
2,142 Views
Years ago, when Popkin Software was a company going from 45 people (when I started), to 75 people, to 100 people, to 125 people (and was then bought by Telelogic, which was later bought by IBM), I’d often pass by the front desk area and watch folks who...
from Blog: Enterprise Architecture
Modified on by LouV


SysML: Introduction to Parametric Modeling
SysML: Introduction to Parametric Modeling  In this introductory video, Joanne Scouler and Graham Bleakley walk you through some common but often misunderstood SysML concepts.
from Blog: Notes from Rational Support


A diagram is not a model: The huge difference between them
ZachJory
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rational
8,223 Views
A diagram is not a model. Some people may argue, but lack of an understanding about the differences between these two kinds of representations can lead to undesirable situations. A diagram is...
from Blog: The Invisible Thread


Using models to manage complexity: You’re doing it right now!
ZachJory
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systemsengineering
3,152 Views
In my job, I routinely find myself talking with clients about using modeling to support their systems engineering activities. The discussion usually focuses on the challenges a team is having, and most of their difficulty can often be traced back to a lack of...
from Blog: The Invisible Thread
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Top 10 modeling hints for system engineers by Bruce Douglass
AcdntlPoet
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rational
rationalrhapsody
rationalclientsupport
top10
2,117 Views
Over the course of 10 weeks in Q4 2013, developerWorks Rational featured a modeling tip for systems engineers each week from Bruce Douglass. Undeniably, Bruce's 35 years of experience and credentials make him the perfect person to provide this...
from Blog: Notes from Rational Support


Logic Behind TELELOGIC Licensing
Saurabh.Tyagi
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architect
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uml
licensing
point
synergy
tau
doors
system
sdl
focal
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rationalclientsupport
telelogic
rational
rhapsody
4,396 Views
Let's understand the concept of Telelogic based products licensing concepts. Telelogic Products: Focal Point  System for management of product and project portfolios. DOORS  Requirements tracking tool. System...
from Blog: Notes from Rational Support
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Un Peu de Math avec CPLEX
There is one thing I didn't disclose in my previous post (Un Peu de Math) on the Analytic Bridge Mathematical Competition : I used CPLEX to refine and validate various hypothesis. As usual, my first try...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
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More On Absolute Value
I needed to model an absolute value in a MIP model. I could have used one of the methods described in the very good review by Paul Rubin , but another method seemed better suited to my special case. I am given a binary variable z and...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
Modified on by JeanFrancoisPuget


DWave vs CPLEX Comparison. Part 2: QUBO
Can we improve CPLEX performance for yet another test series used in McGeoch&Wang paper , namely the native QUBO instances? According to the paper, these instances were random instances constructed to match what the DWave hardware can solve...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
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DWave vs CPLEX Comparison. Part 1: QAP
Why am I discussing again the DWave quantum computer vs CPLEX comparison paper published by Cathy McGeoch and Carrie Wong ? Mainly because it looked like an interesting challenge to redo the CPLEX experiments to...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
Modified on by JeanFrancoisPuget


Verifying Requirements Qua Requirements
VijaySankar
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traceability
rationalrhapsody
ibm
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guest
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3,827 Views
We have with us today Bruce Powel Douglass. He doesn't need an intro for most of us  Embedded Software Methodologist. Triathlete. Systems engineer. Contributor to UML and SysML specifications. Writer. Black Belt. Neuroscientist. Classical guitarist. High...
from Blog: Requirements Management Blog


The Orange Juice Algorithm
Update on May 20. A recent Network World paper discloses that Coca Cola is indeed using our optimization software for the orange juice application I originally described in the blog entry below. A nice, recent, article in...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
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Unleashing Innovation in Electronics Industry: New OnDemand Webcast Now Available
ParidhiVerma
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engineering
modeling
dimetronic
medical
product
electronics
mobile
ibm
devices
invensys
consumer
line
development
rational
electronicdesign
lifecycle
neps
rail
software
management
3,514 Views
Electronics fuel innovations in many industries. As a result, electronics firms are under constant pressure to deliver this innovation on time and within budget, while contending with rapidly changing technologies, increasing product complexity and strict...


Question and answer session with our systems engineering leaders
ErikaHorrocks
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requirements
smarterproducts
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agile
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systems
productlifecyclemanagem...
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architecture
systemsengineering
5,425 Views
With the announcement of RELM in September, the growing importance of systems engineering has been a topic of discussion. We sat down with four of our Rational systems experts to answer some common questions about design, agile, modeling and architecture. Meet...
from Blog: The Invisible Thread


UML Modeling  what happened?
In a previous life, I talked my boss into buying one copy of Rational Rose, the premier UML modeling tool of the day. It was I believe version two and it was on some UNIX platform. For those that remember these days, Rose on UNIX didn't work very well (lots...


Efficient multidimensional data modeling with InfoSphere Data Architect
IBM® InfoSphere® Data Architect (formerly Rational® Data Architect) is a collaborative enterprise data modeling and integration design tool to discover, model, relate, and standardize diverse and distributed data assets. Check out this demo that shows how a...
from Blog: Video Junkie


The House That Paul Built: A Simplified Workflow for Integrating Requirements Analysis & Design
AndyGurd
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rhapsodydesignmanager
embeddedsoftware
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oslc
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systemsengineering
design
systems
requirementsmanagement
rationaldoors
rationalrhapsody
traceability
6,688 Views
You've bought the plot of land for your dream home. You have your list of requirements  4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, spacious kitchen, 2 living rooms, 2 garages, landscaped gardens, etc. Would you be happy to simply hand that list to the builders and let them...
from Blog: Requirements Management Blog


Roll call: 5 questions for...Fabio Castiglioni Community Blog
sjpeich
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design
cloud
enterprisearchitecture
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alm
rollcall
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featured
requirements
4,164 Views
We're calling on Fabio Castiglioni, an Executive IT Architect with IBM Sales and Distribution and an instructor of Component Modeling classes for IBM architects. His latest article, Enterprise architecture in the age of cloud services , was born from one of...
from Blog: IBM Rational community


Looking Under The Hood
Go to market (GTM) is something you must understand very quickly if you try to live from selling what you do. For optimization, we converged on a very simple view at IBM. There are two categories of customers, those who understand the technology, and those...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
