Ga. Tech researchers predict North Carolina men to wear NCAA hoop crown

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NetworkWorld.com - March 17, 2009 (Computer World)
The computer ranking system out of Georgia Tech seems to hold no grudge against the school's ACC basketball foes: It predicts North Carolina's Tarheels will be the one team standing at the end of the NCAA men's basketball tournament. The Logistic Regression Markov Chain (LRMC) system designed by three Georgia Institute of Technology professors (Joel Sokol, Paul Kvam and George Nemhauser) also has the University of Pittsburgh, University of Memphis and University of Louisville headed to the Final Four, with Memphis losing to North Carolina in the final game on April 6. Georgia Tech, nor any other school in Georgia, qualified for the March Madness this time around.
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