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ECE4530J – Decision Making in Smart Cities


 Li Jin

Credits: 4

Pre-requisites: ENGR1010J, MATH2160J/256/286, ECE2160J/ME3600J


Introduction to key applications in smart cities and relevant decision-making problems. Concepts of connected and autonomous vehicles, intelligent transportation systems, smart grid, smart living, smart environment, smart economy, smart governance.

Course Topics:

Formulation of decision-making problems embedded in smart city applications, including linear, nonlinear, stochastic, and game-theoretic control/optimization/learning problems. Computer simulation of the above applications and problems. Basic concepts in control/optimization/learning theories. Suitable for junior/senior students interested in preliminary knowledge of smart cities and decision-making theories. Prepares students for more advanced courses on control, optimization, and learning.