MAT 116E  Adv.Scientific &Eng.Computing
Course Objectives
To teach mathematics majors about advance concepts of scientific computing to prepare them for courses they are going to take in which they need to write programs to perform calculations.
Course Description
Introduction to Scientific and Engineering Computing, Introduction to Program Computing Environment, Variables, Operations and Simple Plot, Algorithms and Logic Operators, Errors and Source of Errors, Functions, Linear algebra applications, Gauss elimination, LU decomposition, iterative methods: GaussSiedel, Linear least squares regression with builtin functions, Nonlinear equations in single variable, fixedpoint iteration in single variable, NewtonRaphson method in single variable equations, Applications to nonlinear equations in single variable with builtin functions, Numerical differentiation in single variable, Numerical integration in single variable, Numerical differentiation and integration with builtin functions, Introduction to solutions of ordinary differential equations with builtin functions.


Course Coordinator
Burcu Tunga
Course Language
English


