STANFORD CME307/MS&E311
Optimization
Winter 2016-2017

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CME307/MS&E311
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Lecture 13 : Second Order Optimization Algorithms I February 20, 2017
Suggested Project #3 February 20, 2017
Lecture 12 : First Order Optimization Algorithms II February 19, 2014
Lecture 11 : First Order Optimization Algorithms I February 13, 2017
Suggested Project #2 February 13, 2017
Lecture 10: Optimization Theory Summary February 5, 2017
Suggested Project #1 February 5, 2017
Lecture 9 : Applications of Optimality Condition and Duality Theory II February 5, 2017
Lecture 8 : Applications of Optimality Condition and Duality Theory I February 3, 2017
Lecture 7 : Lagrangian Duality Theory January 29, 2017
Lecture 6 : Optimality Conditions for General Constrained Optimization January 24, 2017
Lecture 5 : Optimality Conditions: More Applications of Alternative System Theory January 23, 2017
Lecture 4 : Strong Conic Duality and Conic Optimization January 18, 2017
Lecture 3 : Elements of Convex Analyses and Conic Duality January 8, 2017
Lecture 2 : Mathematical Optimization Models and Applications January 6, 2017
Lecture 1 : Introduction and Math Preliminaries January 6, 2017
Lecture 17: Final Review March 9, 2014
Lecture 16 : Algorithm Analysis of Computing an KKT point March 4, 2014
Lecture 15 : Barrier Methods for Conic Linear Optimization February 28, 2014
Lecture 14 : Lagrangian Methods for Constrained Optimization February 28, 2014
Solvers in Matlab March 13, 2012
Exchage Market Material I January 29, 2010
Exchage Market Material II January 29, 2010
Core Reading Material January 29, 2010
Supplement Note: Proofs of Conic LP Duality February 6, 2008
Fisher Price Solver February 14, 2007
Example Demonstration in Excel January 13, 2007
Supper-Ball Auction January 20, 2006
Matlab solvers for linearly constrained convex programing February 27, 2005
Supplement Note: Alternative Systems January 26, 2005
Early class note by Prof. Cottle November 25, 2004