Randall J. LeVeque
office hours: W, Th 1:30-2:30, F 9:30-10:30
|Homework||Grades||Other Resources||2003 Web Page|
The course will be a combination of computation and theoretical analysis. The goal is to obtain an understanding of numerical methods and their implementation, as well as learning mathematical techniques for analyzing the stability and accuracy of these methods.
There will be homework assignments every week or two that will involve MATLAB programming and written exercises. You may consult with your classmates about how to do the homework, but you should write your own code and express the answers to the written questions in your own words.
|Date||Event||Homework Problem Sets|
|Week 1||M, Jan. 5||First day of classes||hw0 m-files|
|Week 2||F, Jan. 16||Homework 1 due||hw1|
|Week 3||M, Jan. 19||Martin Luther King Day|
|Week 4||F, Jan. 30||Homework 2 due||hw2|
|Week 6||F, Feb. 13||Homework 3 due||hw3|
|Week 7||M, Feb. 16||President's Day|
|F, Feb. 20||Midterm|
|Week 9||F, March 5||Homework 4 due||hw4|
|Finals week||W, March 17||Final project due||project|
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