"The school will also feature a substantial amount of *hands-on sessions*, organized by Laurent Perron, using the "Google or-tools" system (participants should bring their laptops)."
Every time I connect to that site, there are new courses announced.
If you don't use it already, I recommend you this service. You get email notifications about papers that match the query that you have specified when you have created the alert. I have just added my fifth alert with keywords "resource constrained" "shortest path"... already at the creation of the alert, I have found two interesting papers!
My favorite two new features in the list:
- new interface to R. After Python, also R is more popular than ever in the OR community
- Support for Lazy Constraints (they can be useful for solving old-fashioned academic combinatorial problems via LP, e.g., max stable set)
Re-shared from to the following post:
I think this library fill a big gap in the STL C++ library. Now, to implement an fairly efficient version of Dijkstra's algorithm should be much easier...
- AntOptima, SAResearcher, present
Tassa rifiuti, firma per il rimborso dell'Iva - Altroconsumo
Con la sentenza 3756 del 9 marzo 2012, la Corte di Cassazione ha stabilito nuovamente che la Tia (tassa rifiuti) è un tributo e come tale no
Apple rilascia iOS6: alcuni consigli - Altroconsumo
Arriva iOS6, la nuova versione del sistema operativo di iPhone, iPad e iPod Touch. Ecco alcuni consigli per l’aggiornamento.
despite what you may have heard, getting a STEM PhD is still a good idea...
This is an extension to my last post that argues that a PhD is still a good investment [Link]. I found an interesting NSF report [Link] on t
From blackboard to code: Gomory Cuts using CPLEX - Spaghetti Optimization
On the blackboard, to solve small Integer Linear Programs with 2 variables and less or equal constraints is easy, since they can be plotted
Stop Google Chrome from Opening Automatically on Startup
Does Google Chrome open automatically when you turn on your Mac? It can be annoying if you don’t want Google Chrome to keep doing that, but
Keeping multiple programming languages straight — The Endeavour
Someone sent me an email asking how I use multiple programming languages and how I keep them straight. I thought I'd write my answer here in