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Associate Professor, Tenured at Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Dr. Jay Rosenberger joined the UTA in 2003, and he is director of the Center on Stochastic Modeling, Optimization, & Statistics (COSMOS). He is also founder and director of the Healthcare Enterprise Research Center (HERC). He has a B.S. in Mathematics from Harvey Mudd College, an M.S. in Industrial Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley, and a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. His research interests include mathematical optimization and simulation in transportation, defense, and health care. He is the original developer of SimAir, a simulation of airline operations, which is currently used by many airlines and airline consulting firms around the world. Dr. Rosenberger's graduate research on airlines won the First Place 2003 Pritsker Doctoral Dissertation award. Prior to joining the faculty at UTA, Dr. Rosenberger worked in the Operations Research and Decision Support Department at American Airlines, where he researched inventory control and revenue management for cargo operations. At UTA, Dr. Rosenberger teaches courses in engineering probability, operations research, linear programming, introduction to statistics and operations research, and combinatorial optimization. He is the former chair and cluster chair of the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science (INFORMS) Section on Health Applications. He has been a member of the Institute of Industrial Engineers since 2003. He is currently an associate editor of Omega: The International Journal of Management Science.

Georgia Institute of Technology
Ph.D.
Industrial Engineering
UC-Berkeley
M.S.
Industrial Engineering & Operations Research
Harvey Mudd College
B.S.
January 1998
Ongoing
Operations Research Analyst and Computer Programmer
Norfolk Southern, Atlanta, GA
January 1997
Ongoing
Operations Research Analyst and Computer Programmer
Net Exchange, San Diego, CA
January 1995
Ongoing
Resarch Assistant
Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, CA
January 1994
Ongoing
Summer Intern
Household Credit Services, Salinas, CA
January 2012
January 2013
Director
The University of Texas at Arlington
January 2003
January 2012
Assist Professor
The University of Texas at Arlington
January 2002
January 2003
Operations Research and Decision Support Consultant
American Airlines, Fort Worth, TX
January 1997
January 2001
Graduate Research Assistant
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
January 1994
January 1995
Grader
Harvey Mudd College Department of Mathematics, Claremont, CA
Research Interest
Dr. Jay Rosenberger's research interests include applications of mathematical programming, stochastic optimization, and simulation.
2013
Pilla V., J. M. Rosenberger, V. Chen, N. Engsuwan, S. Siddappa. “A Multivariate AdaptiveRegression Splines Cutting Plane Approach For Solving A Two-Stage Stochastic Programming FleetAssignment Model” European Journal of Operational Research.
Journal Article
Accepted
2013
Fan H., P. K. Tarun, D. T. Shih, S. B. Kim, V. C. P. Chen, J. M. Rosenberger, D. Bergman.“Data Mining Modeling on the Environmental Impact of Airport Deicing Activities” Expert Systemswith Applications.
Journal Article
Accepted
2011
Phananiramai, P., J. M. Rosenberger, V. C. P. Chen, S. B. Kim, M. L. Sattler. “A MathematicalOptimization Technique for Managing Selective Catalytic Reduction for Coal-fired Power Plants” EnergySystems Journal, vol. 2, pp. 171-188
Journal Article
Published
2010
Sundaramoorthi, D., J. M. Rosenberger, V. C. P. Chen, D. Buckley Behan, S. B. Kim. “Evidence-Based Nursing Simulation and patient assignment: Unearthing pattern” Nursing Management, vol. 41,pp. 14-16
Journal Article
Published
2010
Sundaramoorthi, D., V. C. P. Chen, J. M. Rosenberger, S. B. Kim, D. Buckley Behan. “A Data-Integrated Simulation-Based Optimization for Assigning Nurses to Patient Admissions” Health CareManagement Science, vol. 13, pp. 210-221
Journal Article
Published
2010
Lee, J., S.-H. Kang, J. Rosenberger, S. B. Kim. “A Hybrid Approach of Goal Programming forWeapon Systems Selection” Computers and Industrial Engineering, vol. 58, pp. 521-527
Journal Article
Published
2010
Baker, R. L., S. Tindell, D. F. Buckley Behan, P. Punnakitikashem, P. Turpin, J. M. Rosenberger. “Phase I: Creating an Electronic Prototype to Generate Equitable Hospital Nurse-to-Patient Assignments” Computers, Informatics, and Nursing, vol. 28, pp. 57-62
Journal Article
Published
2009
D. Sundaramoorthi, V. C. P. Chen, J. M. Rosenberger, S. B. Kim, and D. B. Behan. "A Data-Integrated Simulation Model to Evaluate Nurse-Patient Assignments," Health Care Management Science, vol. 12, pp. 252-260, 2009.
Journal Article
Published
2009
Chen, V. C. P., S. B. Kim, J. M. Rosenberger. “Comments on: Optimization and data miningin biomedicine” TOP: An Official Journal of the Spanish Society of Statistics and Operations Research,vol. 17, pp. 240-246
Journal Article
Published
2008
H. S. Hwang, S. Visoldilokpun, and J. M. Rosenberger. "A Branch-and-Price-and-Cut Method for Ship Scheduling with Limited Risk," Transportation Science, vol. 42, pp. 336-351, 2008.
Journal Article
Published
2008
E. V. Olinick and J. M. Rosenberger. "Optimizing Revenue in CDMA Networks under Demand Uncertainty," European Journal of Operational Research, vol. 186, pp. 812-825, 2008.
Journal Article
Published
2008
V. L. Pilla, J. M. Rosenberger, V. C. P. Chen, and B. C. Smith. "A Statistical Computer Experiments Approach to Airline Fleet Assignment," IIE Transactions, vol. 40, pp. 524-537, 2008.
Journal Article
Published
2008
P. Punnakitikashem, J. M. Rosenberger, and D. B. Behan. "Stochastic Programming for Nurse Assignment," Computational Optimization and Applications, vol. 40, pp. 321-349, 2008.
Journal Article
Published
2008
S. Siddappa, J. M. Rosenberger, and V. C. P. Chen. "Optimising Airline Overbooking Using a Hybrid Gradient Approach and Statistical Modelling," Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management, vol. 7, pp. 207-218, 2008.
Journal Article
Published
2008
C. Roongrat, J. Rosenberger, and B. Huff. "Simulation of Unit Loading Device Inventory in Airline Operations," presented at Winter Simulation Conference Proceedings, Miami, FL, 2008.
Conference Paper
Published
2008
C. Roongrat, B. Huff, and J. Rosenberger. "Modeling Unit Loading Device Inventory in Airline Operations," presented at INFORMS Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., October 2008.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2008
D. Sundaramoorthi, V. Chen, J. Rosenberger, and S. B. Kim. "A Data-integrated Simulation Approach to Optimize Patient Care," presented at INFORMS Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., October 2008.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2008
S. Visoldilokpun and J. Rosenberger. "UAV Routing with Limited Fuel Burn Variance," presented at ” INFORMS Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., October 2008.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2008
H. Magee, P. K. Tindell, D. F. B. Behan, and J. M. Rosenberger. "Alpha Testing of Nurse Assignment Prototype," presented at Harris Methodist H-E-B Hospital Research Day 2008, 2nd Annual Meeting, Bedford, TX, June 2008.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2008
S. Tindell, P. Punnakitikashem, D. F. B. Behan, and J. M. Rosenberger. "Staffing Prototype: Electronic Workload Assignment," presented at Harris Methodist H-E-B Hospital Research Day 2008, 2nd Annual Meeting, Bedford, TX, June 2008.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2008
S. Visoldilokpun and J. Rosenberger. "Limiting Fuel Burn Variance in UAV Routing," presented at INFORMS Optimization Society Conference: Theory, Computation, and Emerging Applications, Atlanta, GA, March 2008.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2007
J. M. Rosenberger and E. V. Olinick. "Robust Tower Location for CDMA Networks," Naval Research Logistics, vol. 54, pp. 151-161, 2007.
Journal Article
Published
2007
Siddappa, S., D. Guenther, J. M. Rosenberger, V. C. P. Chen. "Refined Experimental Design and Regression Splines Method for Network Revenue Management” Journal of Revenue and PricingManagement, INFORMS Special Issue, vol. 6, pp. 188-199.
Journal Article
Published
2007
H. S. Hwang, J. M. Rosenberger, V. C. P. Chen, S. Yanes, S. Green, and C. Whitman. "A Study of Congestion on the Configuration of a High-Speed Rail Station at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport," presented at The 11th World Conference on Transportation Research (Addendum), Berkeley, CA, 2007.
Conference Paper
Published
2007
S. B. Kim, J. Rosenberger, V. C. P. Chen, H. Fan, and D. T. Shih. "Statistical Mining the Environmental Impact of Airport Deicing Activities," presented at IE Research Conference Proceedings, Nashville, TN, 2007.
Conference Paper
Published
2007
P. Rattakorn, C. E. Hagains, T. Ativanichayaphong, V. C. Chen, Y. B. Peng, S. B. Kim, J. M. Rosenberger, and J. C. Chiao. "Statistical Data Mining of Wireless Neurostimulation System for Pain Reduction," presented at Proceedings of the INFORMS Artificial Intelligence and Data Mining Workshop, Seattle, WA, 2007.
Conference Paper
Published
2007
V. Chen, P. Tarun, D. Bergman, J. Rosenberger, H. Fan, and S. B. Kim. "Data-driven Optimization for Minimizing the Environmental Impact of Airport Deicing Activities," presented at INFORMS Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, November 2007.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2007
H. Fan, J. Rosenberger, S. B. Kim, V. Chen, and D. Bergman. "Statistically Mining the Environmental Impact of Airport Deicing Activities," presented at INFORMS Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, November 2007.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2007
P. Punnakitikashem, J. Rosenberger, and D. Behan. "A Stochastic Programming Approach for Integrated Nurse Staffing and Assignment," presented at INFORMS Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, November 2007.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2007
D. Sundaramoorthi, J. Rosenberger, V. Chen, and S. B. Kim. "A Data-integrated Nurse-patient Assignment Simulation: Development and Validation," presented at INFORMS Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, November 2007.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2007
S. Visoldilokpun, J. Rosenberger, and V. Chen. "Uninhabited Aerial Vehicle Routing with Limited Wind Risk," presented at INFORMS Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, November 2007.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2007
S. Tindell, P. Punnakitikashem, D. Behan, and J. Rosenberger. "Staffing Prototype: Electronic Workload Assignment," presented at THR Research Consortium, Arlington, TX, October 2007.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2007
P. Punnakitikashem, J. M. Rosenberger, and D. F. B. Behan. "Optimizing Nurse Staffing and Assignment in Medical-Surgical Units," presented at arris Methodist H-E-B Hospital Research Day 2007 Annual Meeting, Bedford, TX, June 2007.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2007
S. Tindell, P. Punnakitikashem, D. B. Behan, and J. M. Rosenberger. "Staffing Prototype: Electronic Workload Assignment," presented at Harris Methodist H-E-B Hospital Research Day 2007 Annual Meeting, Bedford, TX, June 2007.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2007
P. Punnakitikashem, J. M. Rosenberger, and D. F. B. Behan. "Integrated Nurse Staffing and Assignment under Uncertainty," presented at IE Research Conference Proceedings, Nashville, TN, May 2007.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2007
D. Sundaramoorthi, J. M. Rosenberger, S. B. Kim, V. C. P. Chen, and D. Behan. "A Data-Integrated Nurse Activity Simulation Model: Development and Validation," presented at IE Research Conference Proceedings, Nashville, TN, May 2007.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2006
H. W. Corley, J. M. Rosenberger, W. C. Yeh, and T. K. Sung. "The Cosine Simplex Algorithm," International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, vol. 27, pp. 1047-1050, 2006.
Journal Article
Published
2006
P. Punnakitikashem, J. M. Rosenberger, D. F. B. Behan, R. L. Baker, and K. Goss. "An Optimization-Based Prototype for Nurse Assignment," presented at APIEMS Conference Proceedings, Bangkok, Thailand, 2006.
Conference Paper
Published
2006
D. T. Shih, V, S. B. K. Pilla, and V. C. P. Rosenberger. "Efficient Computer Experiment Based Optimization through Variable Selection," presented at INFORMS Artificial Intelligence and Data Mining Workshop Conference Proceedings, Pittsburgh, PA, 2006.
Conference Paper
Published
2006
S. Siddappa, V. C. P. Chen, J. M. Rosenberger, and D. Gunther. "Markov Decision Process Based Statistical Modeling Approach to Revenue Management," presented at IE Research Conference Proceedings, Orlando, FL, 2006.
Conference Paper
Published
2006
D. Sundaramoorthi, V. C. P. Chen, S. B. Kim, J. M. Rosenberger, and D. F. B. Behan. "A Data- Integrated Nurse Activity Simulation Model," presented at Winter Simulation Conference Proceedings, Monterey, CA, 2006.
Conference Paper
Submitted
2006
H. S. Hwang and J. M. Rosenberger. "Branch-and-Cut-and-Price Methods for Logistics Problems with Limited Risk," presented at INFORMS Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2006.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2006
V. L. Pilla, V. C. P. Chen, and J. M. Rosenberger. "A Computer Experiments Approach for Solving a Two-Stage Airline Fleet Assignment Model," presented at INFORMS Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2006.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2006
P. Punnakitikashem and J. M. Rosenberger. "A Stochastic Programming Model for Nurse Assignment," presented at INFORMS Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2006.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2006
J. M. Rosenberger and E. V. Olinick. "Tower Location for CDMA Networks Under Demand Uncertainty," presented at INFORMS Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2006.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2006
S. Siddappa, V. C. P. Chen, D. Gunther, and J. M. Rosenberger. "Statistical Modeling Approach to Airline Revenue Management," presented at INFORMS Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2006.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2006
D. Sundaramoorthi, V. C. P. Chen, S. B. Kim, and J. M. Rosenberger. "A Data-Integrated Simulation Model for Nurse Activity," presented at INFORMS Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2006.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2006
S. Visoldilokpun, V. C. P. Chen, H. W. Corley, S. B. Kim, and J. M. Rosenberger. "A Sequential Response Surface Methodology for the Aircraft Rotation Problem," presented at INFORMS Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2006.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2006
D. Buckley-Behan, J. Rosenberger, V. Chen, S. B. Kim, and P. Punnakitikashem. "Optimization and Simulation for Nurse Assignment," presented at Sigma Theta Tau 17th International Nursing Research Congress Focusing on Evidence-Based Practice, Montreal, Canada, June 2006.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2006
J. M. Rosenberger and E. V. Olinick. "Robust Tower Location in CDMA Networks," presented at The 8th INFORMS Telecommunications Conference, Dallas, TX, April 2006.
Conference Paper
Accepted
2005
J. M. Rosenberger, H. S. Hwang, R. P. Pallerla, A. Yucel, R. Wilson, and E. G. Brumgardt. "Using Classification and Regression Trees for a Nurse Activity Simulation," presented at IE Research Conference Proceedings, McLean, VA, 2005.
Conference Paper
Published
2005
D. Sundaramoorthi, V. C. P. Chen, J. M. Rosenberger, and D. B. Green. "Knowledge Discovery and Mining for Nurse Activity and Patient Data," presented at IE Research Conference Proceedings, Atlanta, GA, 2005.
Conference Paper
Published
2005
J. M. Rosenberger and H. W. Corley. "Mathematical Programming Models for Some Smallest-World Problems," Nonlinear Analysis: Real-World Applications, vol. 6, pp. 955-961, 2005.
Journal Article
Accepted
2004
H. W. Corley, J. M. Rosenberger, W. C. Yeh, and T. K. Sung. "The Cosine Simplex Algorithm," International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 2004.
Journal Article
Accepted
2004
J. M. Rosenberger, E. L. Johnson, and G. L. Nemhauser. "A Robust Fleet Assignment Model with Hub Isolation and Short Cycles," Transportation Science, vol. 38, pp. 357-368, 2004.
Journal Article
Published
2004
Rosenberger, J. M. & Corley, H. W. (2004). A Mathematical Programming Model For Some Smallest-World Problems. The University of Texas at Arlington: Technical Report COSMOS.
Technical Report
Published
2004
Rosenberger, J. M. & Olinick, E. V. (2004). Robust Tower Location for CDMA Networks. Southern Methodist University: Technical Report 04-EMIS-11.
Technical Report
Published
2004
V. L. Pilla, V. C. P. Chen, J. M. Rosenberger, and B. Boardman. "Dimensionality Reduction in Fleet Assignment Modeling," presented at IE Research Conference Proceedings, Houston, TX, 2004.
Conference Paper
Published
2004
J. Rosenberger, D. F. Green, B. Keeling, and P. G. Turpin. "Optimizing Nurse Assignment," presented at 16th Annual Society for Health Systems Management Engineering Forum Proceedings, Orlando, FL, 2004.
Conference Paper
Published
2004
M. Ramadass, J. M. Rosenberger, B. Huff, S. Gonterman, and R. N. Subramanian. "Simulation Modelling For A Bus Maintenance Facility," presented at Winter Simulation Conference Proceedings, 2004.
Conference Paper
Published
2003
J. M. Rosenberger, E. L. Johnson, and G. L. Nemhauser. "Rerouting Aircraft for Airline Recovery," Transportation Science, vol. 37, pp. 408-421, 2003.
Journal Article
Published
2002
J. M. Rosenberger, A. J. Schaefer, D. Goldsman, E. L. Johnson, A. J. Kleywegt, and G. L. Nemhauser. "A Stochastic Model of Airline Operations," Transportation Science, vol. 36, pp. 357-377, 2002.
Journal Article
Published
2001
J. M. Rosenberger. "Topics in Airline Operations," Georgia Institute of Technology,Atlanta, GA, 2001.
Conference Paper
Published
2000
J. M. Rosenberger, A. J. Schaefer, D. Goldsman, E. L. Johnson, A. J. Kleywegt, and G. L. Nemhauser. "SimAir: A Stochastic Model of Airline Operations," presented at Winter Simulation Conference Proceedings, Orlando, FL, 2000.
Conference Paper
Published
1995
J. Rosenberger, A. Ross, and D. Snyder. "Paying Professors What They’re Worth," UMAP Journal, vol. 16, no. 3, 1995.
Journal Article
Published
January 2006 -
January 2007
Uninhabited Aerial Vehicle Routing with Limited Wind Risk. PI: J. M. Rosenberger.
$1,000,000
January 2005 -
January 2007
Optimization and Simulation for Nurse Assignment. PI: J. M. Rosenberger Co-PI: V. C. P. Chen, D. F. Behan
$12,921,214
January 2006 -
January 2006
A Study of Congestion on the Configuration of a High-Speed Rail Station at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. PI: J. M. Rosenberger Co-PI: V. C. P. Chen.
$1,749,896
January 2006 -
January 2006
Statistical Mining and Management of the Environmental Impact of Airport Deicing Activities - An Initial Study. PI: S. B. Kim Co-PI: V. C. P. Chen, J. M. Rosenberger.
$6,500,000
January 2005 -
January 2006
A Design of Experiments Study on the Configuration of a High-Speed Rail Station. PI: J. M. Rosenberger Co-PI: V. C. P. Chen.
$2,240,052
January 2005 -
January 2006
Exploration of Algorithms for a Decision Support System. PI: J. M. Rosenberger.
$4,686,319
January 2004 -
January 2006
An Extension of the Simplex Algorithm for Linear Programming. PI: H. W. Corley Co-I: J. M. Rosenberger.
$2,880,000
January 2005 -
January 2005
A Language Class for Planning and Disruption Evaluation. PI: J. M. Rosenberger.
$1,537,060
January 2004 -
January 2005
Extensions to Target Assignment. PI: J. M. Rosenberger.
$1,690,078
January 2004 -
January 2004
Evaluating Resource Allocation. PI: J. M. Rosenberger.
$898,730
Fall 2014
IE 5301 - Introduction to Operations Research
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Tuesday9:30AM11:00AM
Thursday9:30AM11:00AM
A survey of quantitative methods to develop modeling and decision making skills. Topics include linear programming, goal programming, the simplex and dual simplex algorithms, transportation and assignment problems, integer programming, network analysis, nonlinear programming, decision trees, Markov Chains, and queuing theory.
Last Updated on August 21, 2014, 5:12 pm
Fall 2014
IE 5317 - Introduction to Statistics
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Tuesday9:30AM11:00AM
Thursday9:30AM11:00AM
Topics include descriptive statistics, set theory, combinatorics, mathematical expectation, probability distributions, confidence interval estimation, simple linear regression, design and analysis of computer experiments, multiple linear regression.
Last Updated on August 21, 2014, 5:15 pm
Spring 2014
IE 5300 - Computational Optimization
Topics include Minkowski's theorem, Dantzig wolfe decomposition, multi-commodity flow problems, dual subgradient method, revenue management, branch and price, vehicle routing, benders' decomposition, kelley's cutting plane and venoitt's algorithm.
Last Updated on January 24, 2014, 10:11 am
Spring 2014
IE 5317 - Ie 5317-001
Topics include descriptive statistics, set theory, combinatorics, mathematical expectation, probability distributions, confidence interval estimation, linear programming, the simplex and dual simplex algorithms, transportation and assignment problems, integer programming, and network analysis.
Last Updated on January 24, 2014, 10:12 am
Fall 2013
IE 5301 - Advanced Operations Research
A survey of quantitative methods to develop modeling and decision-making skills. Topics include z-transforms and difference equations, Markov Chains, decision analysis techniques, goal programming, game theory, queuing theory and nonlinear programming.
Last Updated on August 27, 2013, 1:58 pm
Fall 2013
IE 5317 - Introduction to Statistics and Operations Research
Topics include descriptive statistics, set theory, combinatorics, mathematical expectation, probability distributions, confidence interval estimation, linear programming, the simplex and dual simplex algorithms, transportation and assignment problems, integer programming, and network analysis.
Last Updated on August 27, 2013, 2:00 pm
Spring 2013
IE 5305 - Linear Programming
Theory and applications of linear programming including the simplex method, computational complexity, column generation and integer programming
Last Updated on June 5, 2013, 2:20 pm
Spring 2013
IE 5317 - Introduction to Statistics and Operations Research
Topics include descriptive statistics, set theory, combinatorics, mathematical expectation, probability distributions, confidence interval estimation, linear programming, the simplex and dual simplex algorithms, transportation and assignment problems, integer programming, and network analysis. Prerequisite: Math 2326 or equivalent and permission of advisor.
Last Updated on June 5, 2013, 2:20 pm
Fall 2012
IE 5301 - ADVANCED OPERATIONS RESEARCH
A survey of quantitative methods to develop modeling and decision-making skills. Topics include z-transforms and difference equations, Markov Chains, decision analysis techniques, goal programming, game theory, queuing theory and nonlinear programming. Prerequisites: Both IE 3301 and IE 3315 OR IE 5317 or equivalent.
Last Updated on June 5, 2013, 2:20 pm
Spring 2012
IE 5301 - ADVANCED OPERATIONS RESEARCH
A survey of quantitative methods to develop modeling and decision-making skills. Topics include z-transforms and difference equations, Markov Chains, decision analysis techniques, goal programming, game theory, queuing theory and nonlinear programming. Prerequisites: Both IE 3301 and IE 3315 OR IE 5317 or equivalent.
No Syllabus Attached!
Spring 2012
IE 6303 - Combinatorial Optimization
A survey of problems and algorithms in combinational optimization. Topics include shortest paths, minimum-weight spanning trees, matroids, matchings, optimal assignments and set packing. Prerequisite: IE 5305 or consent of instructor.
Last Updated on June 5, 2013, 2:20 pm
Fall 2011
IE 5301 - ADVANCED OPERATIONS RESEARCH
A survey of quantitative methods to develop modeling and decision-making skills. Topics include z-transforms and difference equations, Markov Chains, decision analysis techniques, goal programming, game theory, queuing theory and nonlinear programming. Prerequisites: Both IE 3301 and IE 3315 OR IE 5317 or equivalent.
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2011
IE 5301 - ADVANCED OPERATIONS RESEARCH
A survey of quantitative methods to develop modeling and decision-making skills. Topics include z-transforms and difference equations, Markov Chains, decision analysis techniques, goal programming, game theory, queuing theory and nonlinear programming. Prerequisites: Both IE 3301 and IE 3315 OR IE 5317 or equivalent.
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2011
IE 3301 - ENGINEERING PROBABILITY
Topics in engineering that involve random processes. Applications and backgrounds for topics in reliability, inventory systems, and queuing problems, including absolute and conditional probabilities, discrete and continuous random variables, parameter estimation, hypothesis testing, and an introduction to linear regression, experimental design, and analysis of variance. Prerequisite: MATH 2425.
No Syllabus Attached!
Spring 2011
IE 5305 - Linear Programming
Theory and applications of linear programming including the simplex method, computational complexity, column generation and integer programming
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2010
IE 5317 - Introduction to Statistics and Operations Research
 Topics include descriptive statistics, set theory, combinatorics, mathematical expectation, probability distributions, confidence interval estimation, linear programming, the simplex and dual simplex algorithms, transportation and assignment problems, integer programming, and network analysis. Prerequisites: graduate standing and permission of advisor.
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2010
IE 5317 - Introduction to Statistics and Operations Research
 Topics include descriptive statistics, set theory, combinatorics, mathematical expectation, probability distributions, confidence interval estimation, linear programming, the simplex and dual simplex algorithms, transportation and assignment problems, integer programming, and network analysis. Prerequisites: graduate standing and permission of advisor.
No Syllabus Attached!
Fall 2009
IE 5305 - Linear Programming
Analysis of capital investments in engineering and technical projects. Topics include decision analysis methods, cash flows, revenue requirements, activity-based analysis, multi-attribute decisions, probabilistic analysis and sensitivity/risk analysis. Prerequisite: graduate standing.
No Syllabus Attached!
Spring 2009
IE 6303 - Combinatorial Optimization
A survey of problems and algorithms in combinational optimization. Topics include shortest paths, minimum-weight spanning trees, matroids, matchings, optimal assignments and set packing. Prerequisite: IE 3315 or equivalent or consent of instructor.
No Syllabus Attached!
Spring 2009
IE 5301 - ADVANCED OPERATIONS RESEARCH
I E 5301.  Advanced Operations Research (3-0).  Advanced techniques in operation research.  Identification of current research areas.  Prerequisite:  IE 3315 or equivalent.
No Syllabus Attached!