|wk||Class up to||Homework up to|
|37||Chpt 1, slide 24 (Gauge Function)||Prerequisites and 1.8|
|38||Chpt 1, end||1.16|
|39||Chpt 2, end||2.7|
|40||Chpt 3, slide 19 (Concluding KKT conditions)||3.3|
|41||Chpt 4, slide 16 (Strong duality proof, part III)||4.7|
|42||Chpt 4, end||4.12|
|43||Chpt 5, end||5.6|
|45||Chpt 6, end||6.5|
|46||Chpt 8, slide 8 (Example after Basic Properties)||8.2|
|47||Chpt 8, part way through slide 28 (Equivalent condition to Slater)||8.7|
|48||Chpt 9, end|| 9.6 and |
Practice Exam 4
The course will be assessed by a final written exam (and a retake).
In the case of a retake examination, the OER of the student's university determines the calculation of the final mark (e.g. highest, last or average).
If you are unable to attend both the main exam and the retake, then please get in contact with me as soon as possible. We will then attempt to find a solution to this problem.
The main exam for Continuous Optimisation will take place on Monday 15th January 2018, with the retake being on Monday 19th February 2018. Both of the exams will be in Utrecht from 13:30 until 16:30. Due to personal circumstances I may not be able to invigilate the exam myself. In this event a colleague will be found to replace me.
You may have noticed that the exams take place this year at a slightly different time to last year. However during the year previous to this the exams were again at a slightly different time. This is unfortunate but inevitable when things have to be arranged with multiple universities. I hope that this has not been a problem for too many people.
If you are only able to attend one of the exams then this single exam will have to suffice (unless you have a very good reason which you notify me of as soon as possible). My justification for this policy is as follows: