a4m35ko -- Kombinatorická optimalizace

Course overview

This course is focusing on the problems and algorithms of combinatorial optimization (often called discrete optimization). Following the courses on linear algebra, graph theory, and basics of optimization, we show optimization techniques based on graphs, integer linear programming, heuristics, approximation algorithms and state space search methods. We focus on application of optimization, e.g. logistics, transportation, planning of human resources, scheduling in production lines, message routing and scheduling in parallel computers.

Prerequisities

Optimization, Discrete Mathematics, Logics and Graph Theory.

Exam results

Lectures

No. Title Notes Handouts
1 Introduction of Basic Terms, Example Applications Test 0 https://rtime.felk.cvut.cz/~hanzalek/KO/Basic_e.pdf
2 Integer Linear Programming - Algorithms https://rtime.felk.cvut.cz/~hanzalek/KO/ILP_e.pdf
3 Integer Linear Programming - Problem Formulations https://rtime.felk.cvut.cz/~hanzalek/KO/ILP_e.pdf
4 Shortest Paths https://rtime.felk.cvut.cz/~hanzalek/KO/SPT_e.pdf
5 Problem Formulation by Shortest Paths https://rtime.felk.cvut.cz/~hanzalek/KO/SPT_e.pdf
6 Flows and Cuts - Algorithms and Problem Formulation Test I. https://rtime.felk.cvut.cz/~hanzalek/KO/Flows_e.pdf
7 Bipartite Matching. Multi-commodity Network Flows https://rtime.felk.cvut.cz/~hanzalek/KO/Flows_e.pdf
8 Knapsack Problem, Pseudo-polynomial and Approximation Algorithms https://rtime.felk.cvut.cz/~hanzalek/KO/knapsack_e.pdf
9 Traveling Salesman Problem and Approximation Algorithms https://rtime.felk.cvut.cz/~hanzalek/KO/TSP_e.pdf
10 Mono-processor Scheduling https://rtime.felk.cvut.cz/~hanzalek/KO/sched_e.pdf
- Class canceled
11 Scheduling on Parallel Processors Test II. https://rtime.felk.cvut.cz/~hanzalek/KO/sched_e.pdf
12 Project Scheduling with Time Windows https://rtime.felk.cvut.cz/~hanzalek/KO/sched_e.pdf
13 Constraint Programming https://rtime.felk.cvut.cz/~hanzalek/KO/cp_e.pdf

Grading

To get an ungraded assessment the following requirements have to be met:

  • obtain at least 25 from 44 points:
    • 8 points for Test I. (written at lecture)
    • 8 points for Test II. (written at lecture)
    • 8 points for practical test (written at lab)
    • 10 points for semester project
    • 10 points for homework assignments No. 1 to 5 (2 point per assignment)

To pass the exam it is necessary to get at least 23 points (maximum 46 points) from the written exam. The oral exam is mandatory and gives 10 points at maximum.

Final grading scale:

Points [0,50) [50,60) [60,70) [70,80) [80,90) [90,100]
Grade F E D C B A

Assessment recognition

The following applies only to students who got an ungraded assessment in the previous year (all other students have to undergo the course from scratch).

Although the assessments are not fully recognized, the students may opt-in to transfer some points from the previous year to the current one (they may also undergo the course from scratch to get a higher number of points). The following rules apply

  1. Tests I, II, practical test and the homeworks have to be repeated.
  2. Students may transfer points from the semester project. If the grading table of the course changes between the years, the points are scaled accordingly. It is also possible to work on the same topic to increase/decrease the number of received points.
  3. The minimum number of points required to get an ungraded assessment is always taken from the current year grading table.
 
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