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JeanFrancoisPuget
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I wish all my readers, their families, and their friends, all the best for 2016. May your dreams come true. I also want to warmly thank you, my readers, for your continued interest. This led me write more entries than ever, with 54 entries in...
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Perception Matters
I lenjoyed reading the following from Dear Mona, Which Is The Fastest CheckOut Lane At The Grocery Store? (You should read it all, as it provides an interesting crash course on queuing theory...
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Analysts Views On Optimization
According to leading analyst firms, the corporate world should invest more in advanced analytics in general, and optimization in particular. Here are few examples. Last week at IBM Insight conference, Forrester's Mike Gualtieri presented with my...
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Solving Sudoku In Python With DOcplex On DOcloud
We just announced a major update of our CPLEX cloud service. Part of it is the availability of a Python modeling API called DOcplex. It is open sourced under the Apache 2.0 license. Here are useful links: Landing page on pypi:...
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Flexible tunings on IBM POWER8 for SPSS Modeler Premium Entity Analytics provides 2.5X performance gains Community Blog
Tom Tran  POWER Systems Perf
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Optimizing an application's performance will result in clients saving time and reducing costs by running the workload more efficiently and quicker. This effect is even more profound for applications which are deployed across multiple servers and a...
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How to enable autoSIMD optimization in XL compilers Community Blog
SIMD (Single Instruction Multiple Data) parallelize loops. Other than threadlevel parallelism that runs certain loop iterations in parallel, SIMD takes advantage of vector instructions for processors that support them to execute operations on individual parts...
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Optimizing Car (And Cyclist) Speed
What is the optimal way to adjust one's car speed in order to minimize fuel consumption (or CO2 emission) while meeting desired travel time? The answer to that question came to me after I wrote my last blog entry on Predicting Cyclist Speed . In that...
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Predicting Cyclist Speed
I have been the 'data scientist' on the IBM team that helped Dave Haase run the Race Across America (RAAM) this year. This project exemplified quite a few of the classical tips of data science documents in The Inconvenient Truth&n...
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Prescriptive Analytics Is Easier And More Profitable Than Predictive Analytics
When you hear about algorithms these days, chances are that you hear about machine learning or predictive analytics. (Some make a distinction between machine learning and predictive analytics, but the distinction is not material for this post. ...
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Where Is Operations Research In Social Media?
Michael Trick's State of Operations Research Blogging discusses the fact that OR blogging is vanishing while twitter activity around OR is increasing. As an example of the latter, look for #ismp2015 on twitter and...
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RVO V.S. std::move Community Blog
Return Value Optimization Return value optimization, simply RVO, is a compiler optimization technique that allows the compiler to construct the return value of a function at the call site. The technique is also named "elision". C++98/03...
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CPLEX Optimization Studio 12.6.2
We are proud to announce the latest CPLEX release. It will ship in electronic form on June 12 for commercial users. Academic users can get it from the Academic Initiative site . Improvements include: The ability to solve larger problems...
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Analytics For The Perfect Race
Big data analytics proponents keep saying that is can now be used to make better decisions in a whole set of new domains. Here is a great example we have been working on for the past few months. This example also touches topics like Internet...
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A Sudoku Web App Based On DOcloud And Python
In our previous posts ( here and here ) we have shown how to use Python and the DOcloud service for solving any Sudoku puzzle. This was nice but we had to manually modify our Python code each to time we wanted to solve a new grid. We present today...
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Frequency of price changes in your ecommerce site Community Blog
Anbu Ponniah
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The price pressure Twenty first century shopper has so many options. Unless a retailer is a niche player, it is a shopper's world. While retailer has many tricks up their sleeve to bring eyeballs to their ecommerce website, keep them there, convert into a...
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Solving Optimization Problems On The Cloud With Python
The availability of an api for solving optimization problems via DOcloud is opening new ways to develop an application: you can use the implementation language of your choice. Granted, at the time of writing, we only provide a client api for Java. ...
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Solving The Hardest Sudoku In Python With DOcloud
The more I use Python, the more I like it. Here is yet another example of why. I looked for Sudoku solvers written in Python and found quite a few. I particularly like the one Peter Norvig describes in Solving Every Sudoku Puzz...
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Computing The Longest Tour Across The USA
My previous post Computing The Really Optimal Tour Across The USA On The Cloud With Python generated some interest (like all answer's to Randy Olson's original article ). One reader asked a seemingly simple question that got my...
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Explore what's trending this month with these 3 collaborative Analytics Services Offerings for ECM Community Blog
EdCommunications
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Think proactive... Think Smart 3 Offerings that can enhance the efficiency and stability of your overallenvironment! Explore what's trending this month with these 3 collaborative service offerings... Let us help you evaluate your system's health,...
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Computing The Really Optimal Tour Across The USA On The Cloud With Python
When Randy Olson's Computing the optimal road trip across the U.S. resulted in articles in the Washington Post , NY Daily News , Daily Mail , People Magazine , NY Times , NPR , and many other outlets, the...
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Actionable Insights
JeanFrancoisPuget
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It is good practice to eat your own food. I should be no exception. In my post on the role of data science I was blaming data scientists who left business users without any clue about how to use the insights they produce. I...
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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...
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Decision makers need decision support
How can you make an optimization application be accepted by decision makers? The answer I gave that in my last post was to provide interactive applications. It so happens that colleagues of mine already discussed that in an IBM book...
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Interactive Optimization
In my last post I discussed how gamification could be used to overcome the resistance to automated decision making systems. The case discussed in my previous post was about a system that computes retail prices for hotel rooms. The point of...
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We must show the pain before we can propose the cure
Part of my job is to inject optimization in IBM Anaytics solutions. During one of the discussions with solution teams we argued about a fairly general issue that can prevent prescriptive analytics adoption. I think it is worth sharing....
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