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**Syllabus**

** Course Title: **

EECE 695H Introduction to Optimization (Spring 2020)

offered by Dept. of Electronic and Electrical Eng, Pohang University of Science and Technology.

** Class
Meetings: **

TTh 2:00pm - 3:15 pm at LG 104

** Instructor:** Professor Joon Ho Cho

Office) LG 409

Phone) +82-54-279-2377

E-mail) jcho at postech dot ac dot kr

Office Hours: by appointment

** TAs:**

J. H. Chae |

Office)
LG 418 |

Phone)
+82-54-279-8017 |

E-mail) wngml1308 (at) postech.ac.kr |

** Homepage:** https://cisl.postech.ac.kr/class/eece589/index.htm

It isyour responsibilityto check every new announcement posted in the homepage.- For your convenience, every class meeting will be recorded and uploaded on the course web page. In addition, a review video clip will be provided for every class.
- It is strongly recommended to watch the reviews before your attending the class meetings.

** Text:**

Edwin K. P. Chong and Stanislaw H. Żak, *An Introduction to
Optimization, Fourth Edition.* Wiley-Interscience Series in Discrete
Mathematics and Optimization, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York, ISBN:
978-1-1182-7901-4

** References: **

Stephen Boyd and Lieven Vandenberghe, Convex Optimization. Cambridge University Press

** Course
Objectives:**

- To learn basic concepts in Optimization Theory
- To learn how to formulate and
- tackle optimization problems in communications and control.

** Course Outline**

1. Mathematical Review

2. Unconstrained Optimization

3. Linear Programming

4. Nonlinear Constrained Optimization

** Prerequisites:
**

- Calculus
- Linear Algebra

1. 1st Midterm exam (

TBD, 7:30-12pm, LG 104, Lec. 1-14)15 %

2. 2nd Midterm exam (

TBD, 7:30-12pm, LG 104, Lec. 1-25)20 %

3. Final exam (

TBD, 7:30-12pm, LG 104, Lec. 1-30)35 %

4. Homework

25 %

5. Participation

5 %

100 %

In
each exam, a student is allowed to bring an A4-size crib sheet written on
both sides. |

Course
participation is graded subjectively by the instructor based on the class
absences, active participation in discussions, office hour visiting, voluntary
projects, etc. |

1. Scores will be normalized to assure proper weighting for each assignment.

2. Re-grade requests must be filed in writing

within one weekafter the graded homework has been returned to students.3. Only 30% of assigned problems per each assignment will be graded.

4. Each sub-problem will be graded according to the following scale: 100%, 60%, 20%, and 0%. So, you had better have a complete solution than an incomplete solution.

1. Students may take exams earlier than the original schedule if he/she requests at least one week earlier.

2. Excused class absence on an exam day may lead to a make-up exam for the absentee.

3. Re-grade requests must be filed in writing

withinone weekafter the graded exam has been returned to students.4. Each sub-problem will be graded according to the following scale: 100%, 60%, 20%, and 0%. So, you had better have a complete solution than an incomplete solution.

** Policy on
Academic Dishonesty**

If the instructor suspects academic dishonesty, the instructor will notify the student(s) and follow the procedure to report to the Graduate School without any exception. Students have the responsibility to be knowledgeable about the consequences of dishonesty.

03/23/20