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Unformatted text preview: Algorithms in Systems Engineering IE170 Introduction Dr. Ted Ralphs IE170 Introduction 1 Introductory Stuff Welcome back! E-mail tkr2 Office 473 Mohler Lab Office Hours MW 12:00-1:00 Teaching assistant Shantanu Chakraborty Check the syllabus for other administrative information IE170 Introduction 2 Course Description This class is about algorithms , especially those occurring in systems engineering applications. We will consider how to design algorithms, how to implement them, how to analyze their behavior, and how to use them to solve problems . IE170 Introduction 3 General Approach The course will be focused on applications . The first two weeks will lay the theoretical foundation. However, we will spend most of the course discussing the application of algorithms to solving specific kinds of problems. We will try to motivate everything we do with examples . The laboratories will provide context for the lectures. IE170 Introduction 4 Laboratories Each laboratory will focus on developing and implementing an algorithm to solve a given scenario-based problem. Typical lab requirements Write a program implementing a particular algorithm to solve a given problem. Analyze the algorithm , theoretically and empirically. Report your results ....
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