Daytona Beach, FL
- Faculty – Engineering – Electrical
- Faculty – Science – Computer Science
The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Engineering Department within the College of Engineering on the Daytona Beach Campus is seeking an Adjunct to teach Optimization in Systems Engineering (SYS 303).
SYS 303 Course Description:
This course emphasizes that the optimization of some subsystems may be detrimental to others and hence to overall system performance or cost. Topics include traditional optimization methods, such as classical parameter optimization linear programming, dynamic programming, numerical methods (for example, perturbation and gradient techniques), and genetic algorithms. In addition, techniques such as Pareto or multi-objective optimization are examined with the aim of achieving a sufficient balance among subsystem performance and cost, ultimately to obtain an overall optimal system.
- Course information and policies.
- Classical calculus methods of parameter optimization
- History and principles
- Parameter vector optimization
- Greedy algorithms
- Linear programming
- LP principles and tools
- Networks and network flow programming
- Shortest route & applications
- Spanning trees & applications
- Network flows & applications
- Dakin’s method
- Random search/evolutionary methods
- Genetic algorithms
- Simulated annealing
- Particle swarm optimization
- Advanced methods (overviews)
- Dynamic programming
- Multi-objective optimization
- Pareto optimization
- MS or higher degree in Computer Science, Systems Engineering or related degree
Primary Location: United States-Florida-Daytona Beach
Education Level: Master’s Degree
Employee Status: Adjunct
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