Faces in the Crowd

Neural networks–by now a household term, at least in our IT house–are kind of ambidextrous.  They can use historical data to either predict or classify.  Sometimes both hands work together, and a neural network will make predictions based on classification.  One of the more interesting classification applications of this technology that made it into the […]

Simulation Presentations at Upcoming Six Sigma Conferences

Believe it or not, 2009 is upon us. The introduction of @RISK – Palisade Corporation’s Monte Carlo simulation add-in for MS Excel – into the Six Sigma and DFSS communities has been has been incredible! Many large and small corporations have standardized on @RISK for their quality, process improvement or development projects, as well as […]