Algorithmic programming for operations management


About this course

  • variables and types
  • operators and expressions
  • conditional statements, loops and functions
  • Object Oriented concepts
  • Data structures
  • Data preparation and reporting
  • Integration with tools and libraries

Learning outcomes

After successfully completing this course, the student:

  • understands the following programming constructs:

o variables and types,
o operators and expressions,
o conditional statements,
o loops,
o functions,
o data structures;
o object oriented concepts
o data frames

  • can apply these constructs, to create algorithms that solve practical operations management problems, such as: loading data from a file system and from the web, preparing data for further processing (filtering and transforming data elements), writing results to a report;
  • can programmatically integrate existing tools and libraries for solving practical operations management problems, such as: configuring and invoking a data analysis library and interacting with a simulation program;
  • can demonstrate by means of an automated test suite to which degree algorithmic correctness has been verified.

Required prior knowledge

You must meet the following requirements

  • Registered for a degree programme other than
  • HBO-TOP Applied Physics, Pre-Master
  • Completed none of the course modules listed below
  • Programming for PT (0HV120)
  • Fundamentals of algorithmic pro for OMgt (1BK60)
  • Fundamentals of algorithmic pro for OMgt (1BV30)
  • Programming (2IP90)
  • Programming methods (2IPC0)
  • Introduction to objectprogramming (2IPG0)
  • App Programming (2IS60)
  • Programming and modelling (2WH20)

Link to more information

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  • Start date

    2 September 2024

    • Ends
      27 October 2024
    • Term *
      Block 1
    • Location
    • Instruction language
    • Register between
      15 Jun, 00:00 - 25 Aug 2024
These offerings are valid for students of Utrecht University