TIM206: Optimization Theory and Applications

A first graduate course in optimization with an emphasis on problems arising in management and engineering applications. Objectives are to become experts in problem formulation, comfortable with software for solving these problems, and familiar with analytical methods behind these solver technologies. Prerequisite(s): calculus and linear algebra. Enrollment restricted to graduate students.

5 credits

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