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MATH0318

Operations Research

Operations Research
Operations research is the utilization of quantitative methods as an aid to managerial decisions. In the course, several of these methods will be introduced and studied in both a mathematical context and a physical context. Topics included will be selected from the following: classification of problems and the formulation of models, linear programming, network optimization, transportation problems, assignment problems, integer programming, nonlinear programming, inventory theory, and game theory. (MATH 0200 or waiver)
Subject:
Mathematics
Department:
Mathematics
Division:
Natural Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
DED
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Fall 2013

MATH0318A-F13 Lecture (Olinick)

Spring 2012

MATH0318A-S12 Lecture (Olinick)

Spring 2010

MATH0318A-S10 Lecture (Peterson)

Spring 2008

MATH0318A-S08 Lecture (Olinick)

Fall 2005

MATH0318A-F05 Lecture (Olinick)

Spring 2004

MATH0318A-S04 Lecture (Peterson)