Dersin Adı

Türkçe 
Mühendislik ve Bilimde Bilgisayarla Hesaplamaya Giriş

İngilizce 
Intr. to Sci. & Eng.Computing 
Dersin Kodu

BIL 108E 
Kredi 
Ders
(saat/hafta) 
Uygulama
(saat/hafta) 
Labratuvar
(saat/hafta) 
Dönem 


 
3 
1 
 
Dersin Dili 
İngilizce 
Dersin Koordinatörü 
Mehmet Barış Can Ülker

Dersin Amaçları 
This course is an introduction to scientific and engineering computing in engineering and science through numerical methods and computer applications. The intention of the course is to provide students with state of the art computational tools for the analysis of basic mathematical and engineering problems. The objectives of the course are such that students get familiarized with the fundamentals of scientific computing concepts to develop problem solving skills, construct algorithms and learn scientific and engineering calculations. Students will also be trained to visualize their results and prepare written reports.

Dersin Tanımı 
Introduction to scientific and engineering computing. Use of softwares such as MATLAB is introduced in the course to present the students with the tools to start writing algorithms and do practical applications with them.

Dersin Çıktıları 
a) Acquiring the knowledge on contemporary issues of engineering problems and relating them to the problem solvers
b) Learning the syntax
c) Analyzing a problem and developing an algorithm
d) Testing, debugging, and verifying the program
e) Understanding and extracting both pre and postprocessing of raw data (input) and producing data (output) for scientific and engineering problems
f) Solving simple numerical problems by using builtin and script functions
g) Preparing scientific reports 
Önkoşullar 
None 
Gereken Olanaklar 
Computer access with the latest version of MATLAB installed in it. 
Diğer 

Ders Kitabı 
Biran, M. Breiner, “MATLAB 6 for Engineers”, Prentice Hall, 2002. 
Diğer Referanslar 
S. J. Chapman, “MATLAB Programming for Engineers,” 3rd. Ed., Thomson Learning, 2007.
S. Attaway, “MATLAB: A Practical Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving”, 3rd. Ed., Elsevier. (ebook).
Internet use for sources is encouraged. 