Fall 2011

Math 314

Math 375

Math / CS 375 - Introduction to Numerical Computing Fall 2011.

Description:

This is an introductory numerical analysis course. We study numerical methods to solve linear and nonlinear equations, to interpolate and approximate data, and to perform numerical integration and differentiation. We will learn and use MATLAB to implement all algorithms.

Time and place:

TR 12:30-13:45. Room: SMLC B59.

Instructor:

Daniel Appelö

Book:

Numerical Analysis, Timothy Sauer, Pearson/Addison Wesley, 2006

Prerequisites:

Math 163 and CS 151 or equivalent programming skills. Linear Algebra (Math 314 or 321) or Ordinary Differential Equations (Math 316) is strongly recommended.

Office hours:

Tuesday: 8.00-9.15 and 2.00-3.00.
Thursday: 2.00-3:00.
Room: SMLC 226.

Handouts, homework and exams:

Syllabus

MATLAB Tutorial by Prof. Monika Nitsche

Homework 1 Homework 2 Homework 3 Homework 4 Homework 5
Homework 6 Homework 7 Homework 8 Homework 9 curvedat.m
Homework 10
Exam 1 Solution Homework 11 Homework 12


Files from lecture 1

script1.m myfun.m dart.m

Files from lecture 2

script2.m ex1.m ex2.m ex3.m ex4.m

Files from lecture 3

ex1.m ex2.m

Files from lecture 4

ex1.m ex2.m

Interpolation examples

intL.m trig.m errplot.m spl.m