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      Applied Operations Research G2F

      Course, Bachelor's (1st cycle), 6 credits, PR505G

      Application

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      Autumn 2020
      Location: Campus (Skövde), Pace: 50%

      Application

      Application is done after nomination.

      Course syllabus, with reading list

      When? Where? How?

      Study period: 28 september 2020 - 22 november 2020
      Location: Skövde, Campus
      Pace of study: 50%

      Admission Requirements

      Prerequisite courses for this course are: Passed courses: IT136G-Procedural Programming for Engineers G1N and AU337G-Efficient Workflows G1F and MA304G-Linear Algebra - Geometric Transformations G1F or MA303G-Linear Algebra II G1F (or the equivalent).

      Selection

      Guaranteed admission.

      Language

      The courses are conducted in English.

      The course is a operations research course and aims at preparing students with an overview of the application of different operations research techniques, methods and tools. This course will introduce the students to deterministic models and methods. In this course, the students will learn to formulate, analyze, and solve mathematical models that represent real life problems by applying appropriate optimization tools and techniques.A collection of industrial and non-industrial problems will be discussed during the course, and different solution methods will be tried.

      The course combines a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part focuses on the process of developing mathematical models and learning different solution/optimization methods/techniques. These will be covered during lectures and examined through assignment and written exam. The practical part’s concentration will be on learning optimization software to solve mathematical models. This part of the course will be satisfied by several lab sessions and examined by assignments presented orally and in written reports in English.

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      Published: 1/30/2020
      Edited: 1/30/2020
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