CNN has a feature article on the Logistic Regression/Markov Chain (LRMC) model developed by Joel Sokol, Paul Kvam, and George Nemhauser for choosing NCAA basketball tournament winners (Mike Trick and I wrote about LRMC). Don’t forget to check out the accompanying video, an interview with Joel Sokol.
March 18, 2009
OR bracketology featured in CNN article
By Laura Albert
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