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Simulation

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Evolution of shop visualization and behavioral modeling.

Shopping is often at the cutting edge of technology adoption – since increases in performance due to differentiation or performance improvements have transparent competitive advantages and near immediate measurable bottom line impact …Given the emergence of deep analytical tools at the cutting edge of shopping – extrapolating the application of these tools for computational insight to other industries not only makes sense but defines a set of emergent market opportunities.

N-body simulation problems and the joys of blogs

One of the real joys of people adopting blogs is the pure serendipity of discovering useful info. In Steve Jenks parallel computing blog there is a great article on different approaches to parallel solutions and how sometimes an algorithmic optimization can make a problem run faster on fewer processors than when it is purely distributed on a greater number of processors.

LMS- One size does not fit all

Over the years we have worked a lot with Learning Management Systems (LMS) of varying sizes and types.
Thanks to our work on Creator we have been asked many times about integrating simulations with learning management systems as well as general course material. While, without doubt, Learning Management System solutions continue to grow more powerful, more diverse [...]