Mathematics Department - Math 354 - Linear Optimization

Math 354 - Linear Optimization



General Information (Catalog listing)

01:640:354 Linear Optimization (3)
Linear programming problems, the simplex method, duality theory, sensitivity analysis, introduction to integer programming, the transportation problem, network flows, and other applications.
Prerequisite: 01:640:250. Credit not given for both this course and 01:640:453 or 01:711:453.

Textbook

Bernard Kolman and Robert E. Beck, Elementary Linear Pro- gramming with Applications, Second Edition, published by Aca- demic Press, 1995. (ISBN 0-12-417910-X)


Syllabus

Sample Syllabus from Spring 2006


Schedule Archives

Spring 2017 Schedule

InstructorType Index Section Day(s)/
Period
Time Room
(click for map)
Campus
Mehta, Nishali L 04710 01 MTh1 8:40 AM - 10:00 AM TIL-226 LIV
Naumova, Mariya L 05802 02 T7
Th7
6:40 PM - 8:00 PM
6:40 PM - 8:00 PM
TIL-232
TIL-258
LIV
Harker, Shaun R L 20417 03 MTh2 10:20 AM - 11:40 AM PH-111 BUS


Fall 2015 online office hours

The TA's for this course will host online office hours on the website Discourse Technologies at the following times.
  • Monday: 6:40PM–8:00PM (Russell)
  • Tuesday: 3:20PM–4:40PM (Russell)

Archives

Previous semesters:

Spring 2010, Section 01
Spring 2010, Section 05
Summer 2009

Spring:2009200820072006
Sec 01. T. Butler
Sec. 02 S. Bora
Sec. 03 I. Zverovich
Sec. 05 M. Naumova

Sec. 01. M. Subasi
Sec. 03. D. Papp
Sec. 04. Prof. Vogelius
Sec. 05. Prof. Vogelius
Sec. 07. V. Gurvich
Sec. 01: M. Milanic

Sec 03
: M. Kaminski
Sec. 04: Prof. Vogelius
Sec. 07: D. Andrade
Sec. 3 Prof. Vogelius
Sec. 4 Prof. Lyons.
– Prof. Lyons' pages contain useful supplementary notes.


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