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MS&E 201: Dynamic Systems

Provides a solid foundation in understanding and modeling the dynamics of change. Differential equations are used as a mathematical language to facilitate discussions on dynamic phenomena. Develop mathematical tools to analyze the dynamic models, and use such tools to think about and manage the dynamics of change. The analytical part of the course will be on mathematical analysis of linear and nonlinear dynamic systems. The notions of equilibrium, stability, growth and limit cycle will be introduced and discussed in terms of examples in business competition, organizational hierarchy, population dynamics, social interactions, ecology and spread of epidemics. Introduction to Catastrophe Theory, which provides a mathematical model for certain discontinuous phenomena like the crash of the stock market and the extinction of species. Required project in dynamic system modeling. Prerequisite: CME 103 or Math 104 or equivalent.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3-4

MS&E 251: Introduction to Stochastic Control with Applications (EE 266)

Focuses on conceptual foundation and algorithmic methodology of Dynamic Programming and Stochastic Control with applications to engineering, operations research, management science and other fields. Elaborates on the concept of probing, learning and control of stochastic systems, and addresses the practical application of the concept and methodology through the use of approximations. Prerequisites: 201, 221, or equivalents.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3
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