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IEOR 4600 Applied Integer Programming

June 02, 2005

Iyengar, Garud
IEOR 4600 Applied Integer Programming

Please keep in mind that this review is more than 5 years old.

This guy's brain works a mile per second. Even if you make the effort to go to class, you probably won't get anything out of his lectures. But I still encourage you to go because the book is even worse. When I really sat down and looked through his notes and the textbook, the material itself is not that bad, but both him and the book overcomplicate simple concepts. My advice: don't fall behind, stay on top of things in this class, DO all the problem sets, and go to office hours/recitations, the TA was a godsend! He might even do a few pset problems for you! in this class, it's actually very easy for you to fail!

Workload:

weekly problem sets ranging from easy to extremely difficult, hard midterm, hard non-cumulative final, and one annoying as hell project (start early!!!)

May 09, 2005

Iyengar, Garud
IEOR 4600 Applied Integer Programming

Please keep in mind that this review is more than 5 years old.

Course is pretty difficult and Iyengar does not really explain topics in-depth. Text is horrible. He is very approachable during office hours.

Workload:

HW due every week, involves both theory and programming. Term project is rather difficult as well. Be prepared to do a lot of work

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