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Zach Bray on Agile Acceptance Testing with F# and Jon Harrop on QR decomposition

Zach Bray on Agile Acceptance Testing with F#

Using the example of a recent project that successfully added new implied price functionality to a Broker Trading System, this talk will take you through how you can automate your Agile Acceptance Tests. Along the way we will look at the benefits of this approach, contrasting a number of Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) frameworks and show the areas where F# can make implementation easier for you. Jon Harrop on QR decomposition

This lecture takes the audience from a tiny numerically-robust implementation of a common linear algebra algorithm through several stages of optimization, culminating in a high-performance solution that easily outperforms Intel’s Math Kernel Library. The algorithm studied is QR decomposition, which is commonly used for linear least squares best fit.

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  • Roman Fresneda Q.

    The topics were good but the time was a little bit too short

    July 29, 2010

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