Jul 12, 2017
The instructor is great. However, I would like to know the solutions for the exam. I sometimes pass the exam but struggle with certain questions but had no clue how to resolve it.
Mar 09, 2018
Very interesting subject with a good instructor. I'd like to be able to cover the content in more detail, but it was a good introduction to optimization theory.
por Takkallapalli Nishanth•
Jan 27, 2019
Its a basic level course. And mostly its software based
por Alvaro Iñigo Arias Pastor•
Jan 14, 2019
I do not give a good review to this course because I could not download the ASP, I wrote a message in the forum and no one replied, I see other students suffer this similar problem. I also saw a message in the forum from Marisa Edwinson (staff) acknowledging the code is expiring the 30th September. I have to guess some of the answers because I do not have the ASP downloaded, definitively not the full experience expected.
por Pooja S Devadiga•
Dec 27, 2018
Amazing course to learn a bunch of new aspects in a business organization
por Timofey Igoshin•
Dec 11, 2018
It is more the demo of ASP's possibilities than education. ASP does not work in a free licence version for Module 4 models.
Nov 30, 2018
I find this course absolutely challenging as it in essence teaches you how to create models for decision making. Therefore, you will equip yourself with essential business analysis skills. Highly recommended.
por JERRY STAQUET•
Oct 22, 2018
Very good course in order to have an overview on mathematical tools that can be used to optimi
por Isaura Duby Valdez•
Oct 21, 2018
I love everything about the theory and the knwolege that you can get. I wished they didnt use xlminer.
por Colin Paterson•
Oct 16, 2018
Interesting course, but it just scratches the surface of a very deep subject. It inspired me to learn more and understand the math better.
por Matthieu Brucher•
Sep 28, 2018
Not very useful, or complicated (finished it in less than half a day).
Also still using lots of Excel specific tools that one may or may not have access to, instead of offering to use proper tools like Python.
por Cai Hui Wang•
Aug 25, 2018