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MATH 381: DISCRETE MATH MODELING, SUMMER 2010
Time/Location:
TTh, 9:4011:40 More 234
Instructor:
Sasha Aravkin (
aleksand@math.washington.edu
)
Oﬃce:
Padelford C114
Oﬃce Hours:
Thursday after class, and by appointment.
T.A.:
Jane Hung (
jyenhung@u.washington.edu
)
Oﬃce Hours:
To be announced.
Class Website:
www.math.washington.edu/~aleksand/381/
Text:
Math 381 Coursepack
, by Prof. Sara Billey
Overview:
The goal of this class is to introduce you to mathematical modeling of real world
problems, and to provide a survey of some mathematical tools available, including Graph Theory,
Linear and Integer Programming, Probability and Statistics, and Markov Chain models.
Textbook and References:
Course notes are available from the University Bookstore and can
be downloaded online from the course website. Several books which may be of use to you are on
reserve at the Odegaard library. I will also point you to online resources as we go through the topics.
Course Project:
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