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Course Name
Turkish Mühendislik Matematiği
English Engineering Mathematics
Course Code
YAP 501E Credit Lecture
Semester -
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Şenol Ataoğlu
Course Objectives Expressing as mathematically the problems encountered in engineering and solving the problems given to be mathematically
Course Description Differential equations, Linear Algebra and Contour Integration
Course Outcomes 1. To form the mathematical models of the engineering problems
2. Analysis of the problems reduced to the system of linear equations
3. Analysis of the solution methods of the first-order linear differential equations with constant coefficients for different cases
4. Solution of the differential equations with variable constants
5. The general knowledge about complex variables and applications
Required Facilities
This term we will collaborate with MATHWORKS. There will be MATLAB seminars which by Dr. Rossi from of MATLAB during course hours. MATLAB seminars will be given to you.
More information MATHWORKS.
Therefore, homework will require MATLAB knowledge
will be provided to you about the seminar schedule, homework and online MATLAB usage in the following days.
Visa requirement : The average of the Midterm Exams must be at least 20 and Homeworks be returned.
Textbook Ray Wylie, C., and Barret, L.C.,1982, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, McGraw.
Cullen, C.G., 1991, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations: An Integrated Approach (The Prindle, Weber & Schmidt series in mathematics), Pws Pub Co.
Kreyzig, E., 2010, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Wiley.
Other References Kolman, B. and Hill, D.R., 2008, Linear Algebra, Pearson.
Greenberg, M.D., 1998, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Prentice Hall.
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