ORModels_syllabi.pdf - Operations Research Models ME 366L...

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Operations Research Models ME 366L (#18765) Fall Semester 2011 Classroom: ETC 4.150 Meeting Time: 03:30-5pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays Prerequisites: Multivariable Calculus (M 408D or similar) and Intro to Programming (ME 205 or similar) Instructor: Alexander Galenko Office: ETC 5.110 Office Hours: 10-11am on Tuesdays and Thursdays Telephone: 512-426-4321 E-mail: [email protected] (preferable) Text: P.A. Jensen and J.F. Bard, Operations Research Models and Methods , Software: ORMM Add-ins for Microsoft Excel: http://www.ormm.net/ Grading Policy Problem Sets 20% Two midterm exams Oct 11th, Nov 17th 25%, each Final Thursday, December 8, 9:00-12:00pm 30% The exams and final are closed book and closed notes. Problems sets are due at the beginning of class on specified days; late problem sets will not be accepted. Students are encouraged to work together in determining how to do the problem sets, but problem sets must be written-up individually.
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Syllabus: This course provides an introduction to the most important types of mathematical models used in operations research, including linear programming, network optimization, integer program- ming, nonlinear programming, discrete- and continuous-time Markov chains, queueing theory and decision analysis. The emphasis of the course is on building appropriate mathematical models, solv- ing these models via commercial software, analyzing solutions, performing sensitivity analyses, and testing model validity. The course includes applications and models in a variety of areas including
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ORModels_syllabi.pdf - Operations Research Models ME 366L...

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