Classes

BUSM 764: Pricing and Revenue Management

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2016

Pricing is one of the most important and challenging business decisions with short-run and longrun implications. Over the past several years a new discipline has emerged around the application of systems modeling and business analytics principles to pricing and revenue management (PRM) decision making. The course covers tools and principles, drawn from several disciplines including Operations, Microeconomics, Decision Modeling, Statistics, Marketing and IS.

BMGT 833: Integer Programming

Semester: 

N/A

Offered: 

2014

This course gives a rigorous treatment of integer and combinatorial optimization.  All aspects of the subject area will be discussed, including problem formulation, underlying mathematical theory and solution algorithms.  Emphasis will be given to the many new and exciting developments in this field, including recent results in reformulation strategies and preprocessing, polyhedral combinatorics, branch and cut, Lagrangean relaxation, column generation approaches, etc.  The prerequisites are a solid course in linear programming such as BMGT 830 and a reasonable level of mathematical …

BMGT 434: Introduction to Optimization

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2010

This course introduces concepts and techniques of operations research and management science for the modeling and solution of business decision problems.  It gives broad coverage to the formulation of optimization models and the use of commercially available software tools for solving them.  The models specifically covered are linear programming, integer programming, the transportation and assignment problems, network optimization models and non-linear programming.  Emphasis is placed on the process of analyzing business scenarios and formulating models that address appropriate business …