I - II (Autumn)
Independent studies 48h + 75h
Get familiar with problem solving in operations research.
Two fairly large assignments on implementation and analysis of mathematical models. The assignments deal with control, optimization and stabilization of dynamic systems.
|Assessment methods and criteria|
Solving assignments and writing reports. The reports are evaluated with the scale 0 - 5. The reports are graded based on the first submitted version and the report is accepted when possible corrections are made. The grade of the course is based on the average grade of the assignments.
Assignment instructions and other material found on these WWW-pages.
MS-E2139 Nonlinear Programming, MS-E2148 Dynamic Optimization. MS-E2129 System Identification is recommended - lectured next time in the autumn term 2018.
|Language of instruction|
|Course staff and contact information|
The assignments are overseen by Mikko Harju (email: email@example.com). The responsible teacher of the course is Professor Kai Virtanen (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Kai Virtanen: Wednesdays at 15.00-16.00 Y212.
Mikko Harju: Please see "Course practicalities"-slides.
There are no lectures held during the course, with the exception of the introductory lectures held for each assignment, in which the content and goals of the assignment and the methods utilized are introduced. The assignments are completed in pairs.
Submit the paper versions of the reports into the plate drawer labeled "MS-E2133 Systems Analysis Laboratory II" opposite the room Y190c and next to the pigeonholes or directly to the course assistant. Contact the course assistant if submitting the paper version of your work is not possible.
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