crystal ball


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crystal ball

the glass globe used in crystal gazing
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Once the Crystal Ball simulation was run, he could see that, with the probabilities and possible values that he had assumed, 95 percent of the time the total damages would be $X, 75 percent of the time, the damages would be $Y, and so on.
Speaking outside the building he said: "I don't believe that it was my crystal ball - I don't think it is capable of doing that.
Crystal Ball is recognized as the standard by its 4,600 customers and 140,000 business users who benefit from the application's Monte Carlo simulation functionality, low cost of ownership, and fast time-to-value.
The company's offerings include the industry-leading risk analysis package, Crystal Ball.
provides software, training, and consulting that simplify risk analysis and improve decision-making, including the industry-leading risk analysis package, Crystal Ball.
Decisioneering's products including the industry-leading risk analysis package, Crystal Ball.
Crystal Ball for Six Sigma training is designed to quickly get users familiar with the software so they can take it into the field and begin applying it.
Charnes' university-level risk analysis courses and Decisioneering's regional Crystal Ball training courses.
SBTI has included tolerance modeling techniques in their Design For Six Sigma curriculum and has selected Decisioneering's Crystal Ball risk analysis software to perform tolerance and risk analysis through variation analysis techniques.
Photo: No caption (Person looking into a crystal ball while talking on the telephone)
Built on the Monte Carlo Simulation Model, Crystal Ball Advi$or