| MS&E 211|
Linear and Nonlinear Optimization
This course emphasizes formulations, theories, algorithms, and recent applications of
Linear and Nonlinear Optimization---one of the central mathematical decision models in Management Science
and Operations Research. Check the ``Course Info'' page for more information.
Students can take the course for 3 or 4 units, and they would be treated with no difference and graded in a same pool. An additional team-based optimization project is required for those students taking the course toward an MS&E project course; and they would be graded separately. Project is "only" for students taking MS&E211 as a project course.