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Unformatted text preview: AEM4120 Computational Methods for Management and Economics Carla P. Gomes Module 1 Introduction Reading Chapter 1 of textbook Overview of this Lecture Course Administration Course Themes, Goals, and Syllabus Historic Perspective and Applications Course Administration Lectures : Tuesday and Thursday - 1:25 - 2:40 Location: WN 360 Lecturer : Prof. Gomes Office : 5133 Upson Hall (Main office) or 421 Warren Hall Phone : 255 1679 or 255 9189 Email : gomes@cs.cornell.edu or cpg5@cornell.edu Note: I have two offices. When you schedule an appointment, please make sure to confirm the location of the meeting. TA : Marc Rockmore, Ph. D. student Administrative Assistant : NancyTrencansky ( njt1@cornell.edu ) 102 Warren Hall, 255-1616 Web Site: http://blackboard.cornell.edu AEM4120 - Computational Methods for Management and Economics Office Hours Prof. Gomes By appointment, Thursdays, after class 2:45- 3:45 p.m. (421 Warren Hall), other time by appointment; Note: I have two offices. When you schedule an appointment, please make sure to confirm the location of the meeting. Grades Midterm (25%) September 30 (in class) Homework (30%) Participation (5%) Final (40%) Note: The lowest homework grade will be dropped before the final grade is computed. Homework Homework is very important. It is the best way for you to learn the material. Your lowest homework grade will be dropped before the final grade is computed. You are encouraged to discuss the problems with your classmates, but all work handed in should be original, written by you in your own words . No late homework will be accepted Required Textbook Introduction to Operations Research by Frederick S. Hillier and Gerald. J. Lieberman, 9 th Edition Concerns It is very important that you let me know your concerns about any aspect of the class as soon as they arise. Please send me an email, call me, or talk to me in person (e.g., after class, or during my office hours). Course Themes, Goals, and Syllabus Main focus: Computational problems: Optimization Optimization is pervasive in business and economics and almost all aspects of human endeavor, including science and engineering ....
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