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Risk-AI case study

Risk-AI is an award-winning risk management firm offering hedge fund investors...

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CAS complex simulations case study

Wyle’s CAS Group reduces development cycles, costs, and experiences significant performance gains...

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Case Studies

Risk-AI case study

Risk-AI is an award-winning risk management firm offering hedge fund investors and advisors, a cloud-based analytics and research portal for funds of hedge funds, family office, and investment consultants. Risk-AI didn't want to reinvent the wheel when building the underlying mathematical and statistical foundation for their innovative hedge fund risk analysis and forecasting solution. A review of similar tools found gaps in usability and support that didn't fit the company's desire for a comprehensive and easy-to-use solution. Staying true to their "most people want simple solutions" philosophy, Risk-AI standardized on Rogue Wave IMSL Numerical Libraries for their ease of integration, reliability, helpful documentation, and completeness of functions.

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Winbond case study

Winbond Electronics chose PV-WAVE as a development tool for their engineering data analysis database. They can now speed up the processing of large amounts of data and graphics, improve the overall efficiency, meet the requirements of the company's e-strategy, and build a web-based user interface. They have improved efficiency of yield analysis and a reduction in the number of defective products.

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University of Southern California case study

Developed by University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine in 1967 as the first software of its kind available, RightDose™ was created to optimize drug therapy for populations and especially for individual patients. Continuing to be an industry-leading solution today, RightDose is a clinical tool designed for use by physicians and pharmacists to calculate individualized drug regimens to achieve desired serum drug concentrations for patients with maximum precision and accuracy. Partnering with leaders in mathematical algorithms and capabilities, the founders developed the application as clinicians aiming to improve the care of patients requiring intensive therapy that could be potentially toxic. By bringing together state-of-the-art mathematics and engineering principles to the drug delivery field, the software leverages complex algorithms and mathematical models, similar to those used in flight control of commercial aircraft and tracking down moving enemy targets, to ensure that individual patients and diverse population groups receive the most precisely designed dosages, especially if parameters within the body continually change.

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SIMULIA case study

SIMULIA makes realistic simulation that improves product performance, reduces physical prototypes, and drives innovation. Historically, the task of finding and fixing memory bugs in their 3D simulation software has been a time-consuming and complex task for SIMULIA developers; finding and then understanding these bugs would take a considerable amount of effort and was very expensive because it involved a great deal of human time and attention.

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SRD case study

SRD’s identity recognition and relationship awareness software solutions include ERIK™, NORA™, and ANNA™. As the success of these software products increase, the need to support new hardware and database platforms becomes critical. SRD is faced with the potential loss in revenue associated with not offering cross-platform solutions, as current customers used a variety of platforms and database combinations in their existing systems.

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HRL case study

HRL’s CNES is responsible to their clients for meeting their schedules with the functionality agreed upon in the contracts, which often are part of much larger programs and initiatives. Any delays in development can jeopardize much more than a milestone deliverable; the downstream impact of slipping a schedule or dropping required features can be enormous. As a result, the CNES team is always on the lookout for tools that can enhance the quality, speed, and efficiency of their development processes.

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