## Optimization## Syllabus## PrerequisiteEither MATH 3030 or both MATH 2641 (Formerly MATH 3435) and MATH 2215 with grades of C or higher. The ability to program in a high-level language such as MATLAB or Python.
## TextbookIntroduction to Optimization, 4th edition, Edwin K. P. Chong and Stanislaw H. Zak, Wiley.
## Course DescriptionBasics of numerical optimization. Gradient method, Newtonâ€™s and quasi-Newton methods, Conjugate Gradient. Linear programming, duality, simplex method. Constrained optimization. Convex optimization problems. Algorithms for constrained optimization.
## Lecture Notes## Homework AssignmentsStudents must follow homework policy and instruction to complete and submit homework assignments. Homework assignments and due dates are posted here. ## Computer ProgrammingComputer coding in a high-level programming language is a necessary component of this course. For more information, see the course coding guide. ## Conduct PolicyAny type of inappropriate conduct may result in your being administratively dropped from the course. See the University's Policy on Disruptive Behavior in Georgia State University Code of Conduct. |