CE 191 - Civil and Environmental Engineering Systems Analysis

#### Catalog Description

This course is organized around five real-world large-scale CEE systems problems. The problems provide the motivation for the study of quantitative tools that are used for planning or managing these systems. The problems include design of a public transportation system for an urban area, resource allocation for the maintenance of a water supply system, development of repair and replacement policies for reinforced concrete bridge decks, traffic signal control for an arterial street, scheduling in a large-scale construction project.

### Lecture Slides from Fall 2014

No. | Title |
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LEC00 | Introduction |

LEC01 | Linear Programming |

LEC02 | LP Examples |

LEC03 | Graphical Solutions to LP |

LEC04 | Quadratic Programming |

LEC05 | Optimality Conditions & SQP |

LEC06 | Integer Programming |

LEC07 | Dijkstra's Algorithm |

LEC08 | Branch & Bound |

LEC09 | Mixed Integer Programming |

LEC10 | Intro to Nonlinear Programming |

LEC11 | Gradient Descent |

LEC12 | Barrier and Penalty Functions |

LEC13 | KKT Conditions |

LEC14 | Intro to Dynamic Programming |

LEC15 | DP Examples |

LEC16 | Combined Design & Control of a Fuel Cell Bus via Convex Programming |

LEC17 | Final Review |

### Course Notes from Fall 2014

Ch. | Title |
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CH1 | Linear Programming |

CH2 | Quadratic Programming |

CH3 | Integer Programming |

CH4 | Nonlinear Programming |

CH5 | Dynamic Programming |