OPERATIONS RESEARCH (OR)
440-3 DETERMINISTIC MODELS. (Same as IME 415) Linear programming, problem formulation, simplex algorithm, transportation and network problems, duality theory, sensitivity theory. Prerequisites: MATH 250 with a grade of C or better and knowledge of a programming language.
441-3 STOCHASTIC MODELS. (Same as IME 461) Probabilistic models, elementary queuing theory with single or multiple servers, Markov processes and models, decision theory. Prerequisite: STAT 380 or 480a.
442-3 SIMULATION. (Same as IME 468) Design of simulation models using a high-level simulation programming language. Applications in production, inventory, queuing, other models. Prerequisites: STAT 380 or OR 441 or IME 365 with a grade of C or better and knowledge of a programming language.
495-3 INDEPENDENT STUDY. Research in subjects such as mathematical programming, dynamic programming, simulation, queuing, Markov processes and production topics. May be repeated to a maximum of 9 hours. Prerequisites: written consent of adviser and instructor.
585-3 ADVANCED SIMULATION MODELING. Simulation modeling using a high-level simulation programming language: clock mechanisms, data structure, output analysis, sample applications in queuing and production. Prerequisites: STAT 380 or STAT 480b with a grade C or better.
586-3 THEORY AND TECHNIQUES OF SIMULATION. Theory and techniques of simulation: generation of random variables, output analysis, variance reduction, and experimental design and optimization.. Prerequisites: OR 442/IME 486 or OR 585 with a grade of C or better.
587a,b-3,3 MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING. (a) Theory, methods, and applications of linear and network programming; (b) Theory, methods, and applications of integer, dynamic, and nonlinear programming. Prerequisites: (a) OR 440; MATH 321. (b) OR 587a.
590-1 to 3 SEMINAR. Intensive study of selected topics: mathematical programming, dynamic programming, simulation, queuing, stochastic processes, Markov processes, and production. May be repeated to a maximum of 18 hours provided no topic is repeated. Prerequisites: written consent of adviser and instructor.
595-1 to 3 SPECIAL PROJECTS. Independent study in mathematical programming, simulation, queuing, Markov processes, or production. May be used to satisfy research paper requirement for MS degree in mathematics. May be repeated to a maximum of 7 hours. Prerequisite: consent of research adviser.
599-1 to 6 THESIS. Directed research to satisfy thesis requirement. May be repeated to a maximum of 6 hours. Prerequisite: written consent of thesis adviser.