Basics of System Analysis and Decision Making Theory
Major: Energy Security
Code of subject: 7.141.08.E.38
Department: Electromechatronics and Computerized Electromechanical Systems
Lecturer: DrSc, Professor Marushchak Ya.Yu.
Semester: 2 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: - knowledge of theoretical and methodological foundations of systems analysis and decision theory; - application of methods of system analysis during decision making; - ability to implement methods for optimizing decision-making under deterministic conditions, in conditions of risk and uncertainty; - ability to use tools for analysis of alternatives in decision making.
Required prior and related subjects: Previous academic disciplines: Mathematics. Fundamentals of programming and software for engineering calculations. Accompanying and following academic disciplines: Methods of synthesis and analysis of automatic control systems.
Summary of the subject: The discipline "Fundamentals of systems analysis and decision theory" is a component of the curriculum of the master's level of specialty 141. Electric power, electrical engineering and electromechanics. It addresses issues related to systems analysis and decision theory in the context of limited information about the electrical system in operation. This discipline provides for the study of: the nature of management decisions, classification of management decisions, methodological foundations of decision-making, evaluation of the effectiveness of decisions, general mathematical models of decision-making, information and time factor in decision-making, decision-making and risk, risk causes, methods risk minimization, the main provisions of the theory of decision making, the concept of expected utility.
Assessment methods and criteria: The current control in practical classes, which is carried out in the form of an oral interview during classes, is designed to establish the assimilation of lecture material. Based on the results of the survey, a grade is given in practical classes. The final control of knowledge is carried out in the form of an exam with a written and oral component. Maximum score in points: Current control (PC) -30b. Examination control (KZ) - 70b .: Written component -60b. Oral component-10b. Together for the discipline: (PC + KZ) -100b.
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