Milestones Covered By The Optimization Server16th March 2010
The system of the Network Enabled Optimization (NEOS), which has been developed by the researchers that are present at the Argonne National Laboratory of the Department of Energy of the United States that is being developed in conjunction with the Northwestern University, has reached one new milestone which is the two million of the submissions to the optimization software of the company. NEOS has been used greatly for many of the applications, which includes the markets of the modeling electricity, training artificial neural networks and also predicting the global protein folding.
The optimization technology is very much essential for the engineer, businesses, scientists and the students too. But solving the problems of optimization can be quite tedious as well as time taking. The key to the success of the NEOS is actually the removal of all of the obstacles which prevent the rapid solution of the problems of the complex optimization.
By using the flexible connections of the tools for the World Wide Web, emails and the remote procedure calls, the researchers can easily access the server of NEOS and can also have their problems of optimization solved in an automatic way without even with the installation of the software or by writing the subroutines of the driver.
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