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Author: Sean Salleh

Sean Salleh

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Sean Salleh, a data scientist is experienced in guiding marketing strategy, forecasting models, scenario planning models, and algorithms. He has a master's degree in Operations Research from UC Irvine and Mathematics from Northeastern University.

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12/09/2019 | Blogs, Decision analysis & multi-criteria, Energy & power, Environment & climate

How can decision analysis help climate change?

Lumina CEO Max Henrion moderates a panel of decision experts in this Society of Decision Professionals (SDP) webinar on a controversial and critical topic.

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12/06/2013 | Blogs, Business & finance

Salesforce performance attributes & prediction

Running the sales arm of a company has its mix of regular client communications and stressful growth seeking periods. Good management of Salesforce and expectations from executives…

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12/05/2013 | Blogs, Energy & power, Environment & climate, Optimization & solvers, Risk & uncertainty

Smart grid electricity management & decision analytics

To smart or not to smart, that is the question! Except, despite what our TV offerings often display, going smart is always the best choice. Like any human-made system, we should…

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12/03/2013 | Blogs, Energy & power, Environment & climate, Risk & uncertainty

Climate change effects & econometric electricity demand forecasting

Whether you find global warming as an ethereal notion only worthy of banter or, like many scientists, a real phenomenon to be studied, the effects pose difficulty for…

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11/29/2013 | Blogs, Energy & power, Modeling tips & tricks, Risk & uncertainty

Electricity price forecasting via time-series, regression & nearest neighbor models

Flip the switch and the light goes on. How simple it is to take this for granted. Large-scale engineered and networked systems manage our daily electrical needs, and many…

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11/28/2013 | Blogs, Transportation & manufacturing

Predictive analytics & oil price fluctuations

What’s in a barrel of crude oil? For starters, its price affects global economies. The Asian Financial Crisis that started in 1997 had international investors put a lid on funding…

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11/25/2013 | Blogs

Predictive analytics for air travel demand

The recent global recession that spread since 2008 hit us hard, and commercial air travel received no dispensation. Although jet fuel prices dropped in 2009, the dwindling air…

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11/22/2013 | Blogs, Decision analysis & multi-criteria, Modeling tips & tricks, Risk & uncertainty

Risk analysis methods from probability, clustering, to multi-attribute utility theory

Machine failure, patient injury, terrorist attacks, and oil spills are just a few events we endure and have to prepare for in life. It is hard to manage things that are not …

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