SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING

MATH561.01

Structured scientific programming in C/C++ and FORTRAN. Floating point arithmetic and interactive graphics for data visualization. Numerical linear algebra, direct and iterative methods for solving linear systems, matrix factorizations, least squares problems and eigenvalue problems. Iterative methods for nonlinear equations and nonlinear systems, Newton's method. Instructor: Staff

Prerequisite: 
Prerequisite: Mathematics 212 and 221.
Instructor: Maggioni, Mauro
Time: MW 1:25pm-2:40pm
Location: Gross Hall 304B