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Unformatted text preview: Material Final Exam May 2, 2009 Exam May 8, 2009 from 710pm Rm. 269 Everitt Lab Conflict date (3 students) Tentative May 13 at 10am Rm. TBA Closed book closed notes. One sheet (8in by 11.5in) of hand written notes. You can use your calculator. Bring a ruler just in case. Semicomprehensive exam. Around 60% from the material that is not covered by the two midterms. 40% from the material that has already been covered dominantly in the second midterm. NO dynamic programming. Office hours: May 5, 1:002:00pm; May 6, 1012am May 7, 1012am; May 8, 24pm exam day!) Also, contact the teaching assistants : Sara [email protected]; Banafsheh [email protected] Brett [email protected]; Kevin [email protected] 1 Material: Midterm II • LP dual and postoptimal analysis [Chapter 4: 4.1–4.3 and 4.5] • Transportation model and algorithm [Chapter 5: 5.1–5.3] • Network models [Chapter 6: 6.1–6.4] • Integer and mixedinteger programming problems [Chapter 9: 9.1] 2 Material in addition to Midterm II • IP methods (B&B, cuts) [Chapter 9: 9.2.1 and 9.2.2] • Queuing systems [Chapter 15: 15.1–15.5] • Pure birth, pure death and general queuing Poisson model • Nonlinear problems [Chapter 18: 18.1–18.2] • Convex sets and functions (concave functions)...
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 Spring '09
 Nedich
 Critical Point, Optimization, x∗, Everitt Lab, lagrangean function

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