OR/ISE/MA 505: Syllabus
Tu, Th 11:45 AM – 1:00 PM
327 | 111 Lampe Drive
Professor S.-C. Fang (email@example.com)
450 | 111 Lampe Drive
- Office Hours
Tu, Th 2:30 – 3:30 PM (or by appointment)
Shan Jiang (firstname.lastname@example.org)
428/443 | 111 Lampe Drive
- Office Hours
Mon 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Wed 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
- Matrix Theory
- Linear Algebra
- OR 501 – Introduction to Operations Research (or equivalent)
- OR 501 – Introduction to Operations Research
- OR/MA 504 – Introduction to Mathematical Programming
- OR 705 – Large Scale Linear Programming Systems
- OR/MA/ST 706 – Nonlinear Programming
- IE/OR/MA 766 – Network Flows
ISE/OR/MA 505 is a course that provides the fundamental understanding to the theory and algorithms of linear optimization. It involves mathematical analysis, theorem proving, algorithm design and numerical methods. It is also a preparatory course for ISE/OR students to take their PhD Qualifying Exams on this subject.
- Homeworks – 20%
- First Exam – 25%
- Second Exam – 25%
- Final Exam – 30%
- A – 88 and above
- B – 75 to 87
- C – 60 to 74
- Fail – under 60
- About 10 homework assignments
- Solution sets will be posted by TA.
- Rule 1: No late homework without TA’s approval
- Rule 2: Convince TA for any grade changes.
- Rule 3: No make-up exam without instructor’s pre-approval or “doctor’s notes” from hospital.
- First Exam: Up to the Simplex Method, closed book exam.
- Second Exam: Up to Duality and Sensitivity, closed book exam with one 4×6 index card.
- Final Exam: Comprehensive with emphasis on the Interior Point Methods, closed book with one 8×11 sheet.
End-of-Semester Class Evaluation
Online class evaluations will be available for students to complete during the last two weeks of class. Students will receive an email message directing them to a website where they can login using their Unity ID and complete evaluations. All evaluations are confidential; instructors will never know how any one student responded to any question, and students will never know the ratings for any particular instructors.
Evaluation Website: https://classeval.ncsu.edu
Student help desk: email@example.com
More information about ClassEval: http://www2.acs.ncsu.edu/UPA/classeval/index.htm
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Students with Disabilities
North Carolina State University retains authority, through the Disability Services Office (located in Student Health Services Building, Suite 2221), in determining appropriate accommodations after giving consideration to the preferences of the student, the documentation provided, and institutional expertise in working with students with disabilities. If you require academic accommodations to lessen the impact of your disability, please register with the Disability Services Office at the beginning of each academic term.