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Debugging A Machine-Learning System

Written by Jingting Wu on . Posted in Development

This article is aimed for software engineers interested in building a machine learning application, and data scientists who want to adopt more engineering knowledge into their daily work. 

In traditional software engineering, bugs can be categorized into two types: implementation and logic. However, there are two extra types of bugs in a machine learning system: the model and the data. The bugs in the model refer to the situations where the model is not suitable for the problem, which can result from the limitations of its capabilities. For example, one uses a linear classifier when the true decision boundary is non-linear. The bugs with the data can be caused by many things: outliers, insufficient amount of data, uninformative features etc.

Exact acquires Dutch competitor Reeleezee

Exact acquires Dutch competitor Reeleezee

Written by Exact Editors on . Posted in News

Delft, the Netherlands, 29 June 2017 – Exact acquires Reeleezee, a locally operating cloud accounting company in the Netherlands. Reeleezee will be managed as a private label within the Exact group, headed by Wilko Stronks, the current general manager of Reeleezee. All product lines will be developed further independently of each other. The technical teams of Reeleezee and Exact will collaborate on areas such as Machine Learning, blockchain and Standard Business Reporting (SBR). In addition, Exact will start offering Cashr, the cash register solution of Reeleezee, to its customers in combination with Exact’s own cloud portfolio.

Exact and Festo establish fully automated test factory

Exact and Festo establish fully automated test factory

Written by Exact Editors on . Posted in News

Exact and Festo signed an agreement at the Hannover Messe to establish a test environment for a digital factory in Delft. A few of these Cyber Physical Factory (CP Factory) already exist in Germany. The alliance between the two companies makes it possible for the concept to come to the Netherlands. The demo plant will be located at the Festo location in Delft.

The future of product development is user-centered

The future of product development is user-centered

Written by Jimena García Mateo on . Posted in Development

How do you decide which products and services deserve priority? This is a very central question in the software development industry. With lots of ideas, but limited capacity, companies need to effectively prioritize. Building the right solutions for your customers is crucial for business success, but how do you make the choices?

Exact announces the acquisition of Dièse Finance

Exact announces the acquisition of Dièse Finance

Written by Exact Editors on . Posted in News

Exact Group today announces an agreement to acquire the French Tax management software provider Dièse Finance. Founded in 1989, Dièse provides online tax management software for businesses and certified accountants. Dièse serves over 10,000 companies, ranging from SMEs to large corporations. Its ‘Webtaxes’ web based platform, enables customers to prepare, approve and file electronic tax returns.

Why code quality is crucial to a company's succes

Why code quality is crucial to a company's succes

Written by Erik Ammerlaan on . Posted in Development

It goes without saying that the software that we deliver to customers should be of high quality. Our products need to look great and help customers run their business. The fact that they do, is because of the thousands and thousands of lines of code under the hood. Developers write, change and maintain this code on a daily basis. Although invisible to the customer, the quality of those lines of code can be just as important as that of the visible part of the software. And thus of the company as a whole.

Max Verstappen and Exact prolong their partnership

Max Verstappen and Exact prolong their partnership

Written by Exact Editors on . Posted in News

Exact and Formula 1 driver Max Verstappen today announced the extension of the partnership between the two through to the end of 2019. The agreement was confirmed at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, where Verstappen is currently testing in preparation for the upcoming season. In the 18 months since the Formula 1 driver and the technology company teamed up, both have developed tremendously within their respective fields. As a result, both are confident that the future relationship will see them continue to prosper.