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IBM Invents Short-Cut to Assessing Data Quality

Feb 25, 2010 |

In what IBM is characterizing as a “breakthrough,” researchers have developed an algorithm that cuts the computational costs of assessing data quality by two orders of magnitude. The new algorithm has potentially far-reaching applicability, extending to nearly all types of analytics applications as well as scientific modeling and simulation.

Are We Taking Supercomputing Code Seriously?

Jan 28, 2010 |

Striking a balance between science and software engineering.

Supercomputing Code Helps Develop New Solar Cells

Oct 14, 2009 |

DOE supers used for nano-scale simulations.

Pump Up the Volume

Jul 30, 2009 |

More angst about high frequency trading.

Concurrent and Parallel Are Not The Same

Jul 8, 2009 |

Portability or efficiency? Neither is guaranteed when writing explicit parallel code.

Algorithms Everywhere: Can IBM Automate Business Decisions?

Apr 15, 2009 |

IBM is pitching the idea of using predictive modeling to make business decisions.