IE 370 - Stochastic Processes & Applic

Semesters Offered

TitleRubricSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Stochastic Processes & ApplicIE370SP66991LEC31700 - 1820 T R  103 Transportation Building Alexander Stolyar

Official Description

Introduction to stochastic processes with applications in decision-making under uncertainty. Topics include newsvendor problem, discrete-time Markov chain (including classification of states, stationary distribution, absorbing states), Poisson processes (including time-homogenous, time-nonhomogeneous, thinning Poisson), continuous-time Markov chain (including Markov property, generator matrix, stationary distribution), queuing theory (including M/M/k queue, open Jackson network), and Markov decision processes (including finite-horizon models, infinite-horizon models). Course Information: Prerequisite: IE 300 and IE 310.

Prerequisites

Credit in IE 300
Credit in IE 310
Credit in CS 101

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