An e-book on modeling techniques for Operations Research. Version 0.99, August 2023 A new book on the art of modeling optimization problems. This text is used in the “Optimization and Data Science for Management” course, Master degree in Management Engineering.
We have just update a list of available topics for a Master Degree Thesis. Most of the proposals are for a master degree in Computer Science Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Mathematics. A few are suitable for management Engineering too. Many more
Possible research topics in ML: – Keyword spotting. – Spoken language detection
Today, thanks to an initiative of Marco Sciandrone (thanks Marco, you too are a great professor!), we had a great, great lesson (not a lecture, a lesson). Luisa Stracqualursi, a statistician, came to tell us her recent story. Her story is not
Analytics has found its place in most sports. This thesis is devoted to analyze some publicly available tennis data and try to extract significant information by means of machine learning. (image credits: https://www.ubitennis.com/blog/2015/04/22/tennis-e-statistiche-avanzate-le-cause-di-un-rapporto-difficile/)
We would like to experiments with optimization methods applied to DNN’s in order to obtain a sparse trained network, i.e. a network with a small number of neurons or connections.
On June 10th, 2018, Repubblica has published a short news on an interesting application of Artificial Intelligence to soccer developed in our lab.
Global Optimization Laboratory DINFO-Università di Firenze “A BEAUTIFUL PAPER” Cinque relatori scelgono e raccontano cinque articoli, di altri autori, particolarmente significativi nel campo dell’Ottimizzazione e della Ricerca Operativa. Martedì 13 febbraio 2018 Facoltà di Ingegneria –
Lagrangean-Based Combinatorial Optimization for Large-Scale S³VMS Francesco Bagattini; Paola Cappanera; Fabio Schoen IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems Year: 2017, Volume: PP, Issue: 99 Pages: 1 – 10 IEEE Early Access Articles
Thanks to the great skills and committment of our team of PhD students, the GOL website is alive! It was stopped for sme weeks due to a fire accident, but now you are back on line! Thank to all who helped