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Course module: 202200339
Course info
Course module202200339
Credits (ECTS)3
Course typeStudy Unit
Language of instructionEnglish
Contact A. Braaksma
Examiner A. Braaksma
Contactperson for the course A. Braaksma
S. Dijkstra
Academic year2022
Starting block
RemarksPart of module 8 AM
Application procedureYou apply via OSIRIS Student
Registration using OSIRISYes
After successful completion of this module component, the student is able to:
  1. select appropriate models and methods (from those provided in the Stochastic Models component) that are relevant to given practical problems that are too large to solve by hand;
  2. analyze these problems by implementing the selected models and methods in computer code to draw conclusions about the behavior of the system;
  3. communicate and collaborate with other students;
  4. select appropriate modelling tools (from the set of tools provided in this module) for a large real-life problem, and use them to model and solve the problem;
  5. interpret the outcomes of the before mentioned tools and formulate practical recommendations for system improvement;
  6. inform and convince the problem owner by means of a report and presentation.
In the module component Project, which builds on the Stochastic Models component, students learn to select appropriate models and methods model and solve large real-life problems that cannot be solved by hand. Mathematical modelling as well as implementation in a computer are the main ingredients. Also they learn to interpret the results, formulate practical recommendations, and inform and convince the problem owner based on their findings.
Module 8
Participating study
Bachelor Applied Mathematics
Required materials
Recommended materials
Instructional modes
Project supervised

Project unsupervised

Project Stochastic Models

Repair is only possible for students who failed the first time. Repair grade is at most 5.5.

Kies de Nederlandse taal