CAP NewsDoing Good with Good O.R. competition
Lisa Maillart and Itai Ashlagi, co-chairs of INFORMS’ 2015 Doing Good with Good O.R. student paper competition, named the following six finalists for this year’s competition:Read More
Industry NewsFrontline Solvers V2015-R2 offers Excel users access to big data, advanced analytics, data visualization and sharing on the Web
Frontline Systems is shipping a new product line release, Version 2015-R2 of its Solvers for Excel, including its flagship integrated product, Analytic Solver Platform, and its “professional entry-level” integrated product, Analytic Solver Pro.Read More
Special ArticlesStudy incorporates predictability into airport ground delay programs
For air traffic managers coping with delays due to adverse weather, it’s good to know early how late a flight will be. Ground delay program (GDP) decisions that recognize this are superior to those that do not, substantially reducing the cost of GDPs to flight operators. In a case study based on San Francisco International Airport, researchers reduced the cost of delays by 13 percent by incorporating predictability into the GDP.Read More
Update: Analytics Section of INFORMS
The Analytics Section of INFORMS continues to boom, reports Section President Mike Gorman in the organization’s January newsletter, The Analytics Lens. According to Gorman, membership in the Section now exceeds 500, and its LinkedIn group has about 440 members. The Section will have “a strong presence” at the upcoming INFORMS Analytics Conference in April in Huntington Beach, Calif., when it will announce the winner of the first-ever “Innovations in Analytics Award.”
The Analytics Section announced its second award, the SAS and INFORMS Analytics Section Student Analytical Scholarship, which will allow a deserving student to go to the INFORMS Analytics Conference.
The Section’s newsletter also includes reports from the Aberdeen Business Summit on Analytics and the Predictive Analytics Innovation Summit Conference.