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L Karp
Course Outline
ARE 263, Fall 2006
Methods of Dynamic Analysis and Control
I am going to wait to see who is enrolled in this class before finalizing the syllabus.
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treat this document as a provisional syllabus.
It will at least give you an idea of what this course
is about.
Course requirements: Approximately (i) half a dozen problem sets (ii) a “paper” and (iii) a final
exam.
The paper consists of formulation and analysis (not necessarily complete) of a dynamic
optimization problem chosen by the student.
Books:
A) Dynamic Optimization, 2nd ed, M Kamien and N Schwartz, North Holland
B) Elements of Dynamic Optimization, Alpha Chaing, McGraw Hill.
C) Dynamic Programming and Optimal Control, D Bertsekas, Athena Scientific Press (1995)
D) Mathematical Bioeconomics, C Clark 2nd ed, Wiley
E) Natural Resource Economics, Notes and Problems, Jon Conrad and Colin Clark, Cambridge
University Press
F) Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems, W Boyce and R DiPrima,
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