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Assignment List







1 
3.13.6,4.14.7 
Linear Programming,
Simplex Method and Tabular Form 
3.1(3,5*)
3.2(2*) 3.4(6,9*,10,13) 3.5(4,6) 

2 
4.14.7, 
Simplex Method Tabular
Form, Shadow Price 
4.1(2,4)
4.2(2) 4.3(3,5,7*) 4.4(2,5*(b*,c*)) 4.5(1)
4.6(1*(b*),5,6) All 3 Due on Jan.23 

3 
4.7,14.12 
Duality, Game Theory 
4.7(1,2(a,b),5) , 14.1(2) 

4 
14.314.5 10.110 .3 
Game Theory Dynamic Programming: Deterministic 
14.2(2,4,6*) ,14.4(3,4*),14.5(3*,5,9*) Due Feb.1 10.2(1*a,b,c; 2;3b,c;4*), 10.3(2,3*,5)


5 
10.110 .3 
Dynamic
Programming: Deterministic
Exam 1 










Project: 

6 
17.117.3 
Queuing Theory: Main Ideas

17.2(2*,3*,4,5,6,7,8*) Due Feb. 18. 



7 
17.317.5 
Queuing Theory Queuing Theory: BirthDeath 
17.4(1,2*,3*,5,7)
17.5(3,5*,7,8*,9,10,11*) 

8 9 10 
17.417.6 15.115.5 
Queuing Theory: BirthDeath Decision Analysis Decision Analysis Exam 2 Spring Break 
17.6(2,4,6,8*) 15.2(2,6,7*),15.3(2c,6*(a,c),7,13),15.4(2,3,10*) 

12 
16.116.6 
Markov Chains Project Due on Friday, 
16.2(2*,3*),16.3(1*,2,3),16.4(1,2), 

13 
16.116.6 
Markov Chains 
16.5(1,4,5,7*),16.6(1*,2,5*) ,16.7(1,2) 

14 
11.1116 
Integer Programming 
11.1(3,4*) 11.3(4*,5) 11.6(1,2*) 

15 16 
Exam Week

Catch up
and Review Final Exam 







Problems with ‘*’ next to them are to be handed in on updated due dates.
Notes:
1. Without permission homework past due date will not
be accepted.
2. Homework without the problem
statements will not be accepted.
3. Exchange of ideas is encouraged. But with
regard to collected homework such exchanges must not be shared in writing. This
rule does not apply to group projects within the group but does apply between
groups. The consequence for violating this rule is for me to divide evenly one
score among all sufficiently similar works.
There will be at least one
group project. It may require the use of
the mathlab in Bessey 105.
Points to be accumulated
through the semester:
The standard numbertoletter grade conversion will be
used for your course grade.