Al Roth won the Nobel Prize for "matching" and the design of new types of markets. The Gale-Shapley algorithm is a cornerstone of the matching methods Al Roth pioneered. The algorithm has been extended by Roth and others to apply "Matching Theory" to design matching markets solving real world problems like matching students to the right schools.
We're pleased to announce that a special issue of the American Statistician on "Statistics and the Undergraduate Curriculum" (November, 2015) is available at http://amstat.tandfonline.com/toc/utas20/69/4 .
A recent breakthrough for solving graph isomorphism has solved one of the mysteries in complexity theory and computer science. This innovative algorithm appears to be significantly more efficient than previous algorithms.
Businesses these days rely heavily on data to make important decisions on a day-to-day basis. The flow of correct and consistent data is of great importance for business users to make quick and well informed decisions. The flow and relationships of data need to be defined and structured to ensure best results. This process is called Data Modelling.