Dynamic Models and Methods of Decision-making (Informatics)

Type: For the student's choice

Department: discrete analysis and intelligent system

Curriculum

SemesterCreditsReporting
84Exam

Laboratory works

SemesterAmount of hoursGroupTeacher(s)
828PMi-43H. A. Kvasnytsia

Practical

SemesterAmount of hoursGroupTeacher(s)
828PMi-43Professor M. M. Prytula

Course description

Aim. Study the mathematical methods of economic decision making based on system analysis, mathematical modeling, multivariate evaluation, mathematical programming, operations research, probability theory and mathematical statistics.

Summary. The course covers issues of mathematical modeling of economic objects, methods of their solving, analysis and interpretation of the results. Particularly considered linear and nonlinear balance models, methods of determination and reflection of benefits system of person who decides (DMU); the concept of expected utility in economic decision-making under conditions of risk.

Target. Master the methods of mathematical modeling. Get familiar with the main principles of the economic models construction using modern computer technology. Learn the advanced scientific technologies of making management decisions in difficult economic situations.

After completion of this course a student should

  • know: basic aspects of selection and construction of mathematical economic models and how to apply them in practice;
  • be able to: to solve the financial, economic and administrative tasks using modern computer technology and problem-oriented software packages.