5 Meetup Groups match “Algorithms” near Dracut, MA
Boston Algorithmic Trading is for anyone interested in creating and using algorithms in the financial markets. We arrange monthly talks from practicing quants, algorithmic traders, trading technology experts, and academics. Our focus is practical, rather than theoretical. We enjoy talking about how to automate the purchase and sale of securities using statistics, machine learning, data mining, and algorithms.
This group is focused on discussing fun problems related to algorithms and data structures. We'll discuss the approach and ways to solve problems with a lot of Q n A. For every session we will come up with a set of problems to discuss/debate the solutions/ideas each person comes up with. The style of problems would be similar to the ones asked in technical job interviews.
This group will concentrate on understanding the tools and skill-sets needed to become an effective Data Scientist. We will explore all topics related to the data lifecycle including acquiring new data sets, parsing new data sets, filtering and organizing data, mining data patterns, advanced algorithms, visually representing data, telling stories with data and softer skills such as negotiations and selling your ideas based upon data.
Purpose? A joint effort to learn, discuss and tackle the fundamental problems and theorems of Theoretical Computer Science, including Program Synthesis, Theory of Computation (Turing 1937), Recursion Theory (Kleene), Incompleteness in Logic (Godel 1931, Rosser 1936), Paradoxes (Liar and Russell's) and any other problem related to the topics discussed on Googe Groups sci.logic If Godel, Turing and paradoxes (and even Rosser and Smullyan) turn you on, if you spend time reading about, thinking a …
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The first chapter of Leaders in Software and Art was founded in New York in 2009 as a networking group for cutting-edge artists who use technology to create museum-quality pieces. Meetups feature artist speakers showcasing their work and are attended by people fascinated by the field, such as curators, collectors, engineers and programmers, and of course other tech artists. What began with software art presentations has grown to include data visualization, sculpture made using LEDs, microprocess …
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