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ISyE 323 Lecture #1. Chapters 1 and 2 Prof. Jeff Linderoth September 3, 2009 ISyE 323 Lecture #1 Outline Outline Wyndor Glass Case Study (Section 3.1) A More General Model (Section 3.2) Assumptions of Linear Programming (Section 3.3) Additional Examples of LP (Section 3.4) Excel Solver (Section 3.6) ISyE 323 Lecture #1 2 ISyE 323 Lecture #1 Class Information Outline Wyndor Glass Case Study (Section 3.1) Problem Statement Formulating the Model Graphical Method for Solving the Model A More General Model (Section 3.2) Assumptions of Linear Programming (Section 3.3) Additional Examples of LP (Section 3.4) Excel Solver (Section 3.6) ISyE 323 Lecture #1 3 ISyE 323 Lecture #1 Class Information Nitty Gritty Details Class Overview Meeting Times: Tuesday-Thursday 9:30–10:45. 1106 Mech. Engr. Bldg. Office Hours: ( Please try to use them). Monday 9:00AM–10:00AM Thursay 11:00AM-12:00AM By Appointment (608-890-1931) Important News for You! Discussion Sections “Start” on Tuesdays. Monday section will cover material from previous week’s lectures. ISyE 323 Lecture #1 4
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ISyE 323 Lecture #1 Class Information Nitty Gritty Details Important People Your TA Jiangxiao Zhu. (You may call him Manson) Office: 3237 Mechanical Engineering Bldg Office Hours: Held in 3146 Mechanical Engineering Building. Friday 12:30–2:30 email: [email protected] Your Grader Hyemin Jeon 3227 Mechanical Engineering Building email : [email protected] ISyE 323 Lecture #1 5 ISyE 323 Lecture #1 Class Information Nitty Gritty Details Course HomePage https://learnuw.wisc.edu/ This will be used quite a bit in this class. Modules 1. Administration 2. Lectures 3. Turning in some (portions) of assignments 4. Posting Answers 5. Posting Grades Webpage (including schedule) will be updated quite frequently. ISyE 323 Lecture #1 6 ISyE 323 Lecture #1 Class Information Nitty Gritty Details Course Details Learning is better if you participate. I will call on you during class. (Gasp!) A portion of your grade depends on your participation. (Almost) Weekly Homework Assignments Homework will be due in class the Tuesday after it has been assigned Homework will be graded on a “spot” basis: One problem randomly chosen and graded each week. The rest checked in a cursory fashion. You are responsible for assessing your progress on the problems sets ISyE 323 Lecture #1 7 ISyE 323 Lecture #1 Class Information Nitty Gritty Details Buddy Can You Spare a Dime? Due to university budget crisis, Manson is working for roughly $.08 / hour. There aren’t a lot of resources available to support him Please be respectful of him and his time I am still not exactly sure how my state-mandated furlough days will affect the class. I am hoping not at all—the implementation plan states that I should not be furloughed on days when I lecture. ISyE 323 Lecture #1 8
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