**First project:**

Proposal due: January 22

Project due: February 5

Presentations: February 8, 10, 12

**Second project:**

Proposal due: February 19

Project due: March 4

Presentations: March 7, 9, 11

Here is a histogram of scores from Homework 3:

Here is an example of the use of Sage to find the chromatic number of a graph. You might use Sage to verify that your output from your IP calculation for Friday's homework is correct.

Here is a histogram of scores from Homework 2:

Here is a histogram of scores from Homework 1:

Please read Chapter 1 of Basic Probability Theory by Robert Ash. It provides quick coverage of the basics that we'll need.

Here is a written example of a worked LP problem for you to use as a guideline for how your homework problems should look.

Groups for Project One are listed here.

Welcome to Math 381 A, Winter Quarter 2016.

The course discussion board is availble (link at right). Please take advantage of it to ask questions about homework problems or course topics. You might also use it as a way to arrange study groups. I will get immediate emails when posts are added to the board, so this is as good a way to contact me as email, but allows everyone to see my response.

For those students looking for an add code, I do not overload my courses. If there are opening in the first week, you can add yourself to the course. No adds will be allowed after one week. There are no add codes.

The first homework assignment will be posted soon.

- Course Discussion Board
- Books, software, examples, readings, further info, things to help you find project ideas
- Homework Assignments
- Homework Guidelines
- Homework example (small code)
- Homework example (simple LP)
- LP code generation example (Knight's domination)
- Project 1 Paper Outline
- Project 2 Paper Outline
- About presentations
- Course Syllabus (pdf)