Hewlett Packard, for their product portfolio management systems. As a judge, I don’t want to say anything beyond saying I think the HP team makes an outstanding Edelman Award winner. Congratulations to them and all of the other finalists.
From the OR Blogs
- Proposed legislation offers incentives to living organ donors in Pa.
- Matching refugees to towns in Britain: Tim Harford in the FT
- 4 new projects requiring volunteer analysts
- Pre-announcement for the SODA call for papers
- OM in the News: Adidas Shifts Production — But Robots Get the Jobs
- Aumann Lecture (video): Economists as Engineers: Game Theory and Market Design
- A sequential goal programming model with fuzzy hierarchies to sustainable and responsible portfolio selection problem
- Checkpointing and Reusing TensorFlow Models
- The Best College Graduation Ever – My Daughter’s
- A Simple Predictive Model in TensorFlow
- Big-M to the extreme
- Mixed Integer Programming Class Library (MIPCL)
- OM in the News: Planning for Japan’s Next Earthquake–The Really Big One
- Series-parallel duality and read-once functions
- What Barnes & Noble is doing wrong
- Joint and dual programs
- Strange scheduling problem
- New projects with Pro Bono
- OM in the News: Can Mexico Renege on Location Incentives?
- Travel Route Choice Behavior – Green Way or the Congested Way
- An Introduction To TensorFlow
- What Is Machine Learning?
- A consistency and consensus-based method to group decision making with interval linguistic preference relations
- DEA with non-monotonic variables. Application to EU governments’ macroeconomic efficiency
- Fisheye models of Euclidean geometry