Monthly Archives: August 2020

Nice surprise : #bloxberg goodies arrived today

The bloxberg summit 2020 was planned to take place from March 2 to 4, 2020 at the Harnack House in Berlin, Germany. It was my first event that was cancelled because of COVID-19.
I really looked forward to participating in this event, meeting members of the bloxberg consortium from high-ranking research institutions worldwide.
Today, goodies from this event arrived. What a nice surprise! Many thanks to the organizers of this event. I will pass this materials to my students working on blockchain topics.

Free Preprint: “Expected Improvement versus Predicted Value in Surrogate-Based #Optimization” Available on Cologne Open Science

The publication “Expected Improvement versus Predicted Value in Surrogate-Based Optimization”, written by Frederik Rehbach, Martin Zaefferer, Boris Naujoks, and Thomas Bartz-Beielstein, deals with the correct parameterization for model-based optimization algorithms. The publication is available on Cologne Open Science.

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