Spring 2018 - MATH 402W D100
Operations Research Clinic (4)
Class Number: 3059
Delivery Method: In Person
Problems from operations research will be presented and discussed in class. Students will also work on a problem of their choice and present their solution in report form as well as a presentation. Writing/Quantitative.
This course is centered around team projects, where students will model and analyze real-world problems that require substantial mathematical (operations research) techniques. Students will select the problems and present their analyses in written reports and oral presentations.
As a W designated course, at least half of the grade will be related to the students written assignments.
- Warm-up project (group project) 10%
- Article Review 10%
- Final project (group project) 80%
There is no textbook required for this course.
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