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Fall, 2004 Math. 450 Notes and Notebooks
Instructor: R.
Baker Kearfott, Department
of Mathematics, University of Louisiana
at Lafayette
Office hours
and telephone, Email: rbk@louisiana.edu.
This page may change throughout the semester.
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From Friday, September 3, 2004: Mathematica
Notebook illustrating a discrete model and a continuous model of decay
with replenishment

From Monday, September 13, 2004: Mathematica
Notebook illustrating behavior of Mathematica when it can't find a solution;
use of "For" loop; the competing species model.

From Friday, October 1, 2004: Mathematica
Notebook doing least squares, minimax, and L^{1} fits on
some contrived data.

From Monday, October 4, 2004: Mathematica
Notebook illustrating finding a local minimum of a function

From Wednesday, October 6, 2004: Mathematica
Notebook illustrating polynomial interpolation of Runge's function and
interpolating or fitting of the Chesapeake Bay bluefish data from Chapter
4 of the Text

From Monday, October 11, 2004: Mathematica
Notebook with additional experimentation for fitting the Chesapeake Bay
bluefish data (including looking at condition numbers and scaling the data)

From Friday, October 15, 2004: An
example of using spline interpolation

From Monday, October 25, 2004:

From Wednesday, October 27, 2004: Difference
table computations

From Friday, November 5, 2004: Mathematica
notebook comparing an "exact" and an approximate linear dynamic model
for the oscillating pendulum.

From Monday, November 8, 2004: An
enhancement of Friday's notebook, containing variables for controlling
ranges on the graphs and nonzero forcing terms. We will use
this notebook to experiment with resonance phenomena, etc.

From Wednesday, November 10, 2004: An
enhancement of Monday's notebook, set up for a study of resonance and approximate
resonance.