Basic Modeling for Discrete Optimization

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Taught by
Prof. Peter James Stuckey
and 1 more instructor

Offered by
The University of Melbourne

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r/OperationsResearch • comment
1 points • mzl

I'd recommend the Discrete OPtimization coursera courses for this. The first one is here:

r/OperationsResearch • comment
1 points • pruby

The field is pretty broad, but to my mind the key skills you probably need are around problem modelling.

I found this a while ago which at the very least would be a good introduction to modelling for numerical optimisation. - and/or work through to their more advanced courses. It's a collaboration between Melbourne and Hong Kong universities.