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Actionable Engineering Diplomacy
Approaches that leverage tools and techniques from complexity science withnegotiation theory for use in solving practical problems with societal relevance.Systems thinking, policy relevance and effective implementation within the contextof nonlinearity, uncertainty, and unpredictability associated with coupled natural,engineered, and human systems. Integration of numbers and narratives to createactionable technological solutions with a problem-driven strategy.Prerequisite: MATH 34 or graduate standingRecommendations: ES 2 or COMP11, Probability and Statistics
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