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CEIE 601: Infrastructure Modeling

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Concepts of modeling for infrastructure engineering. Covers modeling, simulation, optimization, deterministic and stochastic models, and limitations of modeling approaches. Also includes multiple objective, multiple decision-maker problems, and case studies in areas such as transportation, water resources, the environment, energy, telecommunications, and construction.

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Concepts of modeling for infrastructure engineering. Covers modeling, simulation, optimization, deterministic and stochastic models, and limitations of modeling approaches. Also includes multiple objective, multiple decision-maker problems, and case studies in areas such as transportation, water resources, the environment, energy, telecommunications, and construction.

When Offered: Spring

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 1-4

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

CEIE 605

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