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Inverse reactive current for use in uni-lateral phase detractors

September 22, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

I work for a company that employs brilliant engineers and scientists. Frequently, these employees are allowed to give talks about their current projects or interests. I received an email about such a talk just today. Here is the description and abstract.

Description: Title: Randomized Search Algorithm

Abstract: In this talk we present a novel randomized search (RS) algorithm, which is found to be efficient in dealing with high-dimensional combinatorial, non-linear, non-convex, multi-objective optimization problems that involve various types of decision variables and many complex constraints. The algorithm does not require any problem decomposition nor identification or elimination of non-convexities.

Why is it that after I read the abstract I immediately felt like I might as well have just watched this?

–dp

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  1. DJ
    September 22, 2011 at 3:00 am

    Yeah, so. What’s your point?

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