Book recommendation: Humble Pi: When Math goes Wrong in the Real World.

Knowledge is there to be shared. That’s why we want to share some of the books in our library with you. Today, we present Humble Pi: When Math Goes Wrong in the Real World.

Book recommendation: Rumo & his Miraculous Adventures

Knowledge is there to be shared . That’s why we want to share some of the books in our library with you. Today: Rumo and his Miraculous Adventures.

Book recommendation: Big Bang – The Most Important Scientific Discovery of All Time and Why You Need to Know About It

Knowledge is there to be shared . That’s why we want to share some of the books in our library with you. Today: Big Bang by Simon Singh

Green Logistics: Trends for Green Logistics

Prescriptive Analytics and the Internet of Things as future trends which make logistics greener today.

Book recommendation: Fermat’s Last Theorem – The Story Of A Riddle That Confounded The World’s Greatest Minds For 358 Years

Knowledge is there to be shared. That’s why we want to share some of the books in our library with you. Today, we present Fermat’s Last Theorem.

Can algorithm runtimes be predicted?

Are computer learning methods suitable for predicting the runtime of optimization algorithms?

Book recommendation: My Brain is Open: The mathematical journeys of Paul Erdös

Knowledge is there to be shared which is why we want to share some of the books in our OPTANO library with you. Today: My Brain is Open by Bruce Schechter.

OPTANO Algorithm Tuner – An interview with the developers

The OPTANO Algorithm Tuner has been launched and is available free of charge! Find out what it can do and who can benefit from it in an interview with the developers.

Release of OPTANO 5.4

OPTANO 5.4 is here! Among many other new features we are especially happy about the visualization of entities and their attributes!

Book Recommendation: The Simpsons and their Mathematical Secrets

Knowledge is there to be shared. That’s why we want to share some of our favorite books in our OPTANO library. Today we’re presenting: Heute: The Simpsons and their Mathematical Secrets