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Practical Scheduling Examples
This paper demonstrates how to use IBM ILOG CP Optimizer to efficiently model and solve practical scheduling problems.
Also available in: Portuguese  
01 Mar 2010
Financial Services Technology Provider Uses Optimization to Restock Automatic Teller Machines
A major provider of financial electronic commerce services and products to banks and financial institutions around the world needed a way to schedule restocking of automatic teller machines (ATMs) that would take into account customer withdrawing habits and government cash management regulations.
Also available in: Portuguese  
01 Mar 2010
Detailed Scheduling in IBM ILOG OPL with IBM ILOG CP Optimizer
IBM ILOG OPL gives you access to IBM ILOG CP Optimizer features that have been specially adapted to detailed solving problems over fine-grained time.
Also available in: Portuguese  
01 Mar 2010
Optimization Applications in Finance, Securities, Banking and Insurance
This white paper shows how the IBM ILOG CPLEX and IBM ILOG OPL Development System enable rapid development and deployment of applications that address the financial sectors’ most important competitive differentiators.
01 Mar 2010
Latin American University Uses Optimization to Plan and Schedule Forestry Operations
Chile’s forestry industry relies on planning and scheduling solutions that use optimization—some using IBM® ILOG CPLEX—which won the INFORMS Edelman Award in 1998.
Also available in: Portuguese  
01 Mar 2010
Solve your Toughest Planning and Scheduling Problems: How Business Managers can use Mathematical Optimization Technology
This whitepaper introduces optimization as a tool for practical decision support applications for business managers.
Also available in: Portuguese  
01 Mar 2010
Comment lines by Kyle Brown: Paying back technical debt
If you have ever put off completing part of a project with the intention of coming back later to finish it, then you have incurred technical debt. Like financial debt, technical debt is serious and can snowball unless you are aware of it and have a plan in place to manage it. This article presents five steps to help you identify, reduce, and handle your organization's ongoing technical debt situation.
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27 Jan 2010
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