Numerical Methods and Analysis
Baker Kearfott, Department
of Mathematics, University of
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Assignments will be given in-class, and may be posted on the Moodle
site for the course. (Grades for the assignments will also be
posted on Moodle (Course name MATH455-1SP10when they become available.)
- Text: We
will be using a manuscript, to be published by the instructor in the
future. The manuscript will be posted, chapter by chapter, as
resources on Moodle.
The text we have used in the past is: Numerical Methods, third edition, by J.
and Richard Burden. This is still a recommended reference.
manuscript will have various tips on using MATLAB. Also, the
MATLAB help system has extensive documentation. There are also
numerous other printed references on the use of MATLAB.
- Prerequisites: MATH 350 with grade of C or better and working
knowledge of a computer language or mathematical software. (However, MATLAB will be used for the examples in the course, and registered UL students have easy access to MATLAB.
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