AMS230: Numerical Optimization

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This graduate course provides an introduction to numerical optimization tools that have been widely used in engineering, science, and economics. Topics include line-search and trust-region methods for unconstrained optimization, fundamental theory of constrained optimization, simplex and interior-point methods for linear programming, and a selection of computational algorithms for nonlinear programming.

5 Credits

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2016-17

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