Professor: L.G. de Pillis
MW 2:45 - 4:00 p.m.
Computational techniques applied to problems in science and engineering. Modeling of physical problems, computer implementation, analysis of results; use of mathematical software; numerical methods.
None of the texts listed is required for the course. All the texts listed are on four-hour reserve at Sprague Library.
Math 73, Math 82, CS 60 or programming experience, and a broad science background.
Grading will be based entirely on several programming and writing projects, in class presentations, and a couple of shorter assignements. Detailed requirements of these projects will be discussed in class. No exams are currently planned. Some work will be done in teams, other work is to be done individually.
There will be some guest lectures. Attendance at these lectures is required. Attendance at and participation in regular lectures is not required but will be a deciding factor in borderline grades.
The grader this semester is Neil Burrell.