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Session 4 Panel Discussion - Food Spoilage- Causes and Prevention

Moderator: Carmen I. MoraruAaron Adalja: Food Waste MarketsRenata Ivanek: Modeling of Food WasteMartin Wiedmann: A Modeling Approach to Predicting Food Shelf Life to Reduce Food Waste

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Bob Bland Tributes

Bob Bland joined the faculty in ORIE at Cornell in 1978 as an assistant professor. He was promoted to associate professor in 1981 and professor in 1987. He served as Director of the School of…

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Bob Bland Last Lecture

Bob Bland joined the faculty in ORIE at Cornell in 1978 as an assistant professor. He was promoted to associate professor in 1981 and professor in 1987. He served as Director of the School of…

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CS2110-FA17-27 Session 27

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27 - Curve fitting and the inner product Session 27

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CFEM Seminar on May 27, 2015: Nuri Sercan Ozbay

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ORIE Colloquium on 4/7/2015 - William Thomas: Why Post-World War II OR Theory Developed So Rapidly

The fifteen years following World War II saw the development of a wide range of theories of decision making and resource allocation. Notable fields arising from slim foundations included: sequential…

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ORIE Colloquium on 2/3/2015 - Shipra Agrawal: Optimization and Learning for Sequential Decision Making Under Uncertainty

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ORIE 9000 Colloquium - Rafael Frongillo: A Unified Theory of Elicitation via Convex Analysis

Elicitation is the study of mechanisms which incentivize the truthful reporting of private information from self-minded agents. In this talk I will present a general theory of elicitation grounded in…

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ORIE 9000 Colloquium - Madeleine Udell: Generalized Low Rank Models

Principal components analysis (PCA) is a well-known technique for approximating a data set represented by a matrix by a low rank matrix. Here, we extend the idea of PCA to handle arbitrary data sets…

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ORIE Colloquium on 1/29/2015 - Jason Lee: Selective Inference via the Condition on Selection Framework: Applications to Inference After Variable Selection

Selective Inference is the problem of testing hypotheses that are chosen or suggested by the data. Inference after variable selection in high-dimensional linear regression is a common example of…

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ORIE Colloquium, 2015-04-21 - Archis Ghate: Convex and Dynamic Programming for Response-guided Dosing

Within the broad field of personalized medicine, there has been a recent surge of clinical interest in the idea of response-guided dosing. Roughly speaking, the goal is to develop dosing strategies…

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CAM Colloquium - Mike Todd: Computation, Multiplicity, and Comparative Statics of Cournot Equilibria in Integers

We give an efficient algorithm for computing a Cournot equilibrium when the producers are confined to integers, the inverse demand function is linear, and costs are quadratic. The method also…

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CAM Colloquium - Adrian Lewis: Nonsmooth optimization: conditioning, convergence, and semi-algebraic models

Variational analysis has come of age. Long an elegant theoretical toolkit for variational mathematics and nonsmooth optimization, it now increasingly underpins the study of algorithms, and a rich…

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ORIE Colloquium, 2014-05-05 - Suvrit Sra: Inexactness, Geometry, and Optimization: Recurrent Themes in Modern Data Analysis

Monday, May 5 3 p.m. – Presentation – 253 Rhodes Hall Suvrit Sra Inexactness, geometry, and optimization: recurrent themes in modern data analysis The current data-age is…

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ORIE Colloquium on 3/25/2014 - Rob Freund: A First-Order View of Some Boosting Methods: Computational Guarantees and Connections to Regularization

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at 4:15pm Frank H. T. Rhodes Hall, 253 ORIE Colloquium: Rob Freund (MIT) - A First-Order View of Some Boosting Methods: Computational Guarantees and Connections to…

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