Optimor's comparison technology uses mathematical probability theory to help you save money and make more confident and smarter purchase decisions of media and services.
Our models use state of the art prediction theory alongside statistical decision theory to analyse your usage of media and services and provide you personalized, accurate and timely purchasing advice. Our algorithms search for patterns in the accumulated user data which are associated with consistent trends in behavior. These patterns are represented in models, and the models are then rigorously trained. We then use these models to predict your future behavior, which is scored by the model to answer the question "What is the best Tariff Plan and Services you will be needing in the near future?"
Because your habits change frequently and somewhat 'unpredictably'. Optimor's forecasting algorithms help anticipate your future needs, recommending the best Tariff Plan and Services early enough for you to enjoy the maximum benefit! Using statistical decision theory, Optimor services such as Karoosh sort through thousands of Tariff Plans and Services to find what's uniquely best for you, that's why you'll find our recommendations so relevant.
In the 17th century, the French mathematician Pierre de Fermat takes the first steps in the theory of discrete probability, modeling games of chance such as throwing dice and card games.
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The foundations of modern probability theory were laid by the Russian mathematician Andrey Kolmogorov, combining the notion of sample space and measure theory in his axiom system for probability theory in 1933
With the arrival of computers, prediction theory started being used for public service in the second half of the 20th century
Probability theory has found its public home on the internet. From search engines to recent predictive comparison services, the public uses it will find are surely endless. We're very excited to be part of this space, and we hope to excite you too!