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Unformatted text preview: AMS 341 Operations Research I: Deterministic Models, Spring 2011 Instructor: Estie Arkin, Math Tower 1106, 6328363, estie@ams.sunysb.edu; http://www.ams.sunysb.edu/estie/estie.html; Office hours: Tentative: Tuesday 1112, Wednesday 13 and by appointment. You may also stop by whenever you have a question, I am usually in 104 every day. I also welcome questions by email or by phone. Teaching Assistants: TBA Lectures: Tuesday, Thursday 12:502:10, Javits 111. Text: Operations Research: Volume One, Introduction to Mathematical Programming , by Wayne L. Winston, and Munirpallam Venkataramanan, fourth edition. Optional texts: There are many books on the subject, here is a very partial list: Applied Mathematical Programming , by Bradley, Hax, and Magnanti, Introduction to Operations Research , by Hillier and Lieberman, Linear Programming , by Chv atal, and Linear Programming and Related Problems , by Nering and Tucker. Computing: LPs can be solved by a many programs, you can choose to use whichever youd like. The two options discussed in the textbook are Excel and Lindo. They are available on the diskette enclosed with the text.discussed in the textbook are Excel and Lindo....
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