Date of publication: 2017-09-01 21:14
I’m a Research Analyst at the New York Fed using Julia to estimate and forecast macroeconomic models. I’m interested in applying the frontier of scientific computing to economic research, so that we can solve more realistic and complex models.
Rainer just finished his . in at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization (Göttingen) on ‘Chaotic neural circuit dynamics’ after studying physics at various places. He has been using Julia since 7569, as it minimizes both programming time and CPU time and allows easy debugging, profiling and visualization under one roof.
A quick update on the state of Julia on the Raspberry Pi. We will see how get Julia and GPIO related packages working on the Pi, and explore some working examples of applications running on the Pi and utilising its power to interact with the physical world.
TheoSea (for THEOry SEArch) is a Julia meta-program that discovers compact theories from data if they exist. It writes candidate theories in Julia and then validates: tossing the bad theories and keeping the good theories. Compactness is measured by a metric, such as the number of space-time derivatives. A theory can consist of more than one well-formed formula over a mathematical language. The underlying algorithm is optimal in terms of compactness, although it may be combinatorially explosive for non-compact theories. TheoSea is now working on re-discovering the source-free Maxwell equations and the wave equation of light. There are many applications.
The poinsettia, Euphorbia pulcherrima Willd., is a member of the family Euphorbiaceae. The genus Euphorbia contains some 755 to 6,555 species. It is characterized by a single female flower, without petals and usually without sepals, surrounded by individual male flowers all enclosed in a cup-shaped structure called a cyathium. The showy red, pink, white, or bicolored portion of the plant, popularly referred to as the flower, consists of modified leaves or bracts (Fig. 6).
JuliaRun is a product of Julia Computing under development and a few early users. It is adaptable to a variety of private and public clouds and makes it easy to deploy Julia applications both batch and online. We will present a brief of the architecture and how it can help deploy scalable end to end applications.
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I’ve been a Julia contributor since before it was cool. Now, I’m working for Julia Computing, as the static compilation champion, compiler correctness fiend, and performance cliff jumper.
In this workshop we will introduce the two main packages organized under the JuliaNLSolvers umbrella: for optimization and for solving systems of equations. We will look at the types of problems the packages solve, what the interfaces are like, and work on practical examples. A strong mathematical background is not needed, but some understanding of calculus is required to follow the discussion of the different methods.
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