MSci331_Assessment_Form_for_Group_Presen

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UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING PROGRAM DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES MSCI 331 Introduction to Optimization Group Project Presentation Objective Present the key aspects of your project to your peers so they can appreciate the problem that you investigated, the modeling approach you took, the analyses you did, and your team’s accomplishment and learned lessons. Contents Each presentation is unique; however, some of the important items a presentation should, more or less, include are: Motivation for the work. Problem definition/opportunity recognition including scope. Pertinent steps from the modeling process. LP modeling and the OR technique used for the analysis: Identify and justifying the choices of decision variables, objective function and functional constraints. Verification of LP requirements, including any assumptions or approximations made. Data acquisition, including any calculations made to complete the data (e.g. use of linear regression, improvised, ad
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course MSCI 311 taught by Professor Dumeiring during the Fall '09 term at Waterloo.

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