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Changes in Storage: Contrasting Cloud, Flash and Data Analytics
Flash storage, cloud and data analytics are three technologies which impose significant change to storage. All three cover three different aspects. I have noticed that a clear definition of these topics is beneficial for discussions about storage. Here are my...
from Blog: Storageneers


But Neural Networks Learn
As an interesting possible counterexample to my last blog about MLR models not understanding the knowledge they learn, consider the neural network. Our brains are neural networks, and we are capable of learning at all levels of Bloom's Taxonomy, not...
Modified on by John M. Boyer


Analyze more data . . . . faster than ever before!
What if it became cost effective to analyze data that was too timesensitive or expensive to analyze in the past? What would that mean to you? As examples, you could more consistently identify new market opportunities before competitors, and be agile...
Modified on by ChuckBallard


Data Science Is Hard : A Look At Sotchi Olympics
Data Science is hard. I'll use an example that made lots of buzz to show some of the issues with data science. Two brothers, Dan and Tim Graettinger, who work for Discovery Corps, Inc. devised a predictive model that predicts medal count...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
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Solving the hardest Sudoku  part 1
JeanFrancoisPuget
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mathematical_optimization
optimization
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Do you know the hardest Sudoku problem? Do you know the best way to solve it? Before answering these questions, let me remind you of what the Sudoku puzzle is about in case you haven't read a newspaper in the last decade (adapted from wikipedia...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
Modified on by JeanFrancoisPuget


Analyze more data . . . . faster than ever before! Community Blog
What if it became cost effective to analyze data that was too timesensitive or expensive to analyze in the past? What would that mean to you? As examples, you could more consistently identify new market opportunities before competitors, and be agile enough...
from Blog: IBM Redbooks Software Blog


Catherine Dalzell on calling R from SPSS
Starting with version 16, IBM® SPSS® provides a free plugin that enables you to run R syntax from within SPSS. The plugin connects R to the active database. You can write results that are obtained from R into a new SPSS database for further...
from Blog: This Week on developerWorks Webcast


Tower of Hanoi at Large
Did you know that the Tower of Hanoi puzzle had real world applications? I was lucky enough to be involved with one such application . Before describing the application, let me recap briefly what the puzzle is about. I'll borrow the definition...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
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Centers of Polygons in OPL
Ryan J. O'Neil has written an interesting post on centers of polygons . Reason I'm blogging here is that he also asks an interesting question for the case where the polygon is a rectangle. Before looking at rectangles,...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
Modified on by JeanFrancoisPuget


5 Things To Know About the IBM System x3500 M4
David Watts
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management
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e52600v2
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If you are looking for a businesscritical x86 tower server to run infrastructure or virtualization applications, then consider the IBM System x3500 M4. The x3500 M4 can be used for SAP applications, cloud computing, virtual desktop, business analytics, data...
from Blog: 5 Things To Know IBM Redbooks Blog
