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Basic Course Information
Homework and project schedule
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Lecture: 9:30-10:45 am, Tuesday and Thursday., room 102, Warren Weaver Hall (Ciww)
First meeting: Tuesday, January 22.
Last day of class: Thursday, May 2.
Spring break: March 11--15.
Midterm project: March 21. Final exam: May 9, 8:00-9:50am, Room 109 WWH
Office Hours. 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tuesdays, and by appointment.
Prerequisite. V63.0124 (linear algebra), Coprerequisite: V22.0202, and programming with Matlab.
Required Text. Scientific computing, an introductory survey, Michael T.Heath, 2nd Edition, 2002; available at the university bookstore.
Syllabus. The course will cover basic principles and useful algorithms essential for numerical applications in sciences, engineering and finance. It is intended for students with solid mathematical skills: a good knowledge in Linear algebra and programming in Matlab are essential. Students learn techniques for problem solving by implementing Matlab programs. We will consider the following topics:
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Last modified: Feb 5, 2002