I SY E 635: Tools and Environments for Optimization
- Catalog Description:
Formulation and modeling of applications from computer sciences, operations research, business, science and engineering involving optimization and equilibrium models. Survey and appropriate usage of software tools for solving such problems, including modeling language use, automatic differentiation, subroutine libraries and web-based optimization tools and environments.
- Credits: 3
- Prerequisites: Comp Sci302, Math 340 or equiv
- Official Course Description (pdf)
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