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Is Optimization the tool of choice for improving operations? I tend to say yes, because we can be proud of the impact of optimization on various businesses and industries. See for instance the Franz Edelman Award finalists for examples...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
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Customizing Optimized Jobname Community Blog
Overview Currently when a job is optimized using InfoSphere Balanced Optimization and saved, by default it saves as <job name>_Optimized1. But if a user would like to save job with customized name, for example <job name>_Picasso to every optimized...
from Blog: InformationServer Balanced Optimization


Optimizing job with MapReduce Connector or JDBC Connector Community Blog
Overview: From InfoSphere InformationServer 9.1.2 onwards when a job is optimized using InfoSphere Balanced Optimization by default we get JDBC Connector either at source or target after optimization. If JAQL Connector is required as optimized job then...
from Blog: IBM Big Data India
Modified on by Rao Lella


Learn about Modeling and Solving Scheduling Problems with CP Optimizer
Format: Webinar Length: 1 hour Next Session: May 28, 2014 at 07:30 Pacific, 10:30 Eastern, 16:30 CET...
from Blog: IBM Decision Optimization


Is your processor functioning at its potential?
KarenLawrence
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aix
power7
power
sg248171
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systems
smt
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linux
optimization
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power7+
system
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smt8
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power8
multithread
cores/chip
multithreading
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The effective use of processor cores and threads is a critically important element in capitalizing on the performance potential of a modern processor. Makes sense. But what new technologies are available to make processors soar? In this blog, I describe...
from Blog: Power Systems IBM Redbooks
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The IBM POWER8 processor: The hype is worth a look
KarenLawrence
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power7+
ibm
performance
sg248171
gcc
power7
deployment
linux
optimization
compiler
tuning
hypervisor
redbooks
power
power8
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The newest IBM® processor makes it’s debut in April, 2014. The IBM POWER8™ processor supersedes the IBM POWER7® and IBM POWER7+™ processors, and is the most powerful, reliable, accessible, and secure processor from IBM todate....
from Blog: Power Systems IBM Redbooks
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Learn about Efficient modeling with OPL  Optimization Programming Language Tips and Tricks
Format: Webinar Length: 1 hour Next Session: April 23, 2014 at 07:30 Pacific, 10:30 Eastern, 16:30 CET Speaker: &n...
from Blog: IBM Decision Optimization
Modified on by Shalabh_Prasad


The Analytics Maturity Model
Update on Sept 21, 2015. An improved version of this model is presented in Analytics Maturity Models. Analytics can be defined in many ways, but what matters is the purpose of analytics. Most definitions agree on the following: analytics is...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
Modified on by JeanFrancoisPuget


What's New in IBM Decision Optimization Center 3.8
Format: Webinar Length: 1 hour Next Session: March 26, 2014 at 07:30 Pacific, 10:30 Eastern, 16:30 CET...
from Blog: IBM Decision Optimization


Learn about Optimizing Replenishment Processes in the Fashion Retail Industry in our next Virtual User Group session
Format: Webinar Length: 1 hour Next Session: February 26, 2014 at 07:30 Pacific, 10:30 Eastern, 16:30 CET...
from Blog: IBM Decision Optimization


Solving the hardest Sudoku  part 1
JeanFrancoisPuget
Tags:
constraint_programming
mathematical_optimization
optimization
analytics
mathematics
sudoku
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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


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
Modified on by JeanFrancoisPuget


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
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Constraint Programming History
Paul Shaw and I were invited by John Poppelaars to give talks at the Back to School seminar of Dutch ORMS society. Part of our presentation was a brief history of constraint programming. We drafted this slide to summarize it. We certainly left out...
from Blog: IT Best Kept Secret Is Optimization
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Ever wondered what an IBM Accelerated Value Leader could do for you? Community Blog
Carol Wingfield
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productadoption
working_smart
optimization
ibmaccelerated_valuepro...
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Relationships of trust and understanding within your own business are crucial to every success. You may have relationships with key players from your inhouse departments who play a part in the full cycle of your service delivery or product offering. Maybe...
from Blog: Service Management Connect
