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Math Optimization models that integrate multiple business’ areas

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System requirements

The only mandatory requirement for using MiningMath is a 64-bits system, due to its use of Direct Block Scheduling technology. Other minimum requirements are listed further:

  1. Windows 10

  2. 64-bits system (mandatory)

  3. 110 MB of space (installation) + additional space for your projects' files.

  4. Processor: processors above 2.4 GHz are recommended to improve your experience.

  5. Memory: at least 4 GB of RAM is required. 8 GB of RAM or higher is recommended to improve your experience.

  6. OpenGL 3.2 or above. Discover yours by downloading and running the procedure available at here

Recommended Hardware

Memory should be a higher priority when choosing the machine in which MiningMath will be run on. In addition, a list of priority upgrades to improve performance with large scale datasets is given below. 

  1. High Ram

  2. Higer Ram frequency

  3. Higher processing clock

Notice that MiningMath does not use multiple processing threads for a single scenario. To take full advantage of a multi-thread processor, consider running different instances of MiningMath with different scenarios.

CONTENTS

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In-depth MiningMath

This tutorial provides a detailed guidance to the pages in the knowledge base fo...

Theory Validation

MiningMath’s results are only possible due to its proprietary Math Program...

Guaranteed Solutions

Multiple, complex constraints increase the likelihood of not finding or not exis...

MiningMath Uniqueness

MiningMath allows mining managers to improve their strategic analysis through ri...

Time Limit

It is possible to indicate a time limit in hours before running a scenario in th...

Must read articles

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Tutorials

Geometry

Theory

Workflow

Formatting the Block Model

The main focus here is on the requirements. Try to pay attention to the header...

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