"Algebraic modeling languages" (AMLs) are domain-specific languages (DSLs) for modeling optimization and constraint-satisfaction problems. They enable a user to translate the mathematical statement of their problem to computer code in a natural wa... Read more
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Iain Dunning is a PhD candidate in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Operations Research Center. His research focuses on the mathematics of how to make optimal data-driven decisions across time in the presence of uncertainty. He is a co-founder of the JuliaOpt organization, which develops and hosts a group of optimization-related packages for the Julia programming language. He also contributes to Julia itself, and is the maintainer of the Julia package ecosystem testing infrastructure.