MAT 116E  Adv.Scientific &Eng.Computing
Course Objectives
To teach students of mathematics advanced concepts in scientific calculation and prepare them for programming in upperlevel courses.
Course Description
Introduction to Scientific and Engineering Computing, Introduction to Programming Environment, Variables, Operations and Basic Drawing, Algorithms and Logical Operators, Errors and Error Sources, Functions, Linear Algebra Applications, Gaussian Elimination, LU Decomposition, Iterative Methods: GaussSiedel, Linear Least Squares Regression with BuiltIn Functions, Single Variable Nonlinear Equations, Single Variable FixedPoint Iteration, NewtonRaphson Method in Single Variable Equations. Applications of BuiltIn Functions to Single Variable NonLinear Equations, Single Variable Numerical Derivatives, Single Variable Numerical Integration, Numerical Derivatives and Integration with BuiltIn Functions, Introduction to Solutions of Ordinary Differential Equations with BuiltIn Functions.


Course Coordinator
Nalan Antar
Course Language
English


