“Linear, quadratic and mixed integer programming… what does it all mean and how does it help me?”
We’ve all heard of Moore’s Law: the idea that the number of processors on a computer chip and therefore its computing power doubles roughly every 18 months. That law has yet to be broken, but did you know that the same is happening with mathematical programming codes?
Every 18 months computers double in power and algorithms also double in power delivering a fourfold improvement for users of optimization-based simulation.
At Energy Exemplar we are always looking five years ahead in the knowledge that customer models will be more than 10 times their current size and complexity. It’s heady stuff, but we will have the tools ready for your future simulations!