|1.||Analyse optimisation problems and formulate suitable linear programming models for them;|
|2.||Implement graphical and other mathematical techniques to solve such problems;|
|3.||Reflect on the underlying assumptions, and on the sensitivity of the linear programming models;|
|4.||Formulate integer linear programming models and apply heuristic techniques to approximate optimal solutions; and|
|5.||Construct computer models for special linear and integer linear programming models and interpret the solutions obtained by the computer system.|
|Assignment||Written Assignment 1 (approximately 6 pages of mathematics)||40%|
|Assignment||Written Assignment 2 (approximately 6 pages of mathematics)||40%|
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