The Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG), an Oxford-based not-for-profit numerical software developer that focuses on optimization and computational dilemmas, has released Decision Trees, a guide for solving optimization problems.
Decision Trees is a part of NAG Library’s documentation, and can be called in different formats such as C++, Fortran, MATLAB and R for consultation on problem solving. The company said its clients rely on NAG’s routines as the basis for applications and consider NAG documentation, which includes Document Trees, as “future proofing” for application development investments.
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