Month: October 2008

Bin packing part 4: The set-based disaster

Almost a year ago now, I started a series of blog post on the bin packing problem. But after the first three posts, various reasons caused the research I still had to do for the fourth part to be massively delayed. It’s only now that I have finally found the time to finish my research and write up the fourth installment. After a nine-month delay, I can hardly expect you to remember what I covered in the first posts, so you may want to follow these links to re-read that: ·        The first post includes an explanation of the bin-packing…

Speaking at PASS

Are you planning to attend this year’s PASS Community Summit? There’s only three weeks left before the pre-conference seminars kick off, so if you’re not registered yet, now is the time to act! The session schedule shows two days with seven full-day pre-conference seminars each, followed by three days packed full of high-quality sessions – with four time slots per day, over three days, and twelve sessions in parallel at each time slot, you problem will not be finding sessions that are of interest to you, but rather choosing between them. And you will be able to see and hear…

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