Introduction.pptx - MAE 501 Linear Algebra Today’s lecture Introduction General information and course logistics Short review of vectors matrices and

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MAE 501 Linear Algebra Today’s lecture: Introduction - General information and course logistics - Short review of vectors, matrices and matrix operations
Instructor: Yulia Peet, ERC 379, Email: [email protected] Office Hours: TBA TA: Fengrui Zhang Email: [email protected] TA Office Hours: TBA Grader: TBA MAE 501 Linear Algebra
Textbook: Gilbert Strang “Introduction to Linear Algebra”, 5 th edition, 2016 Wellesley-Cambridge Press, ISBN 978-0-9802327-7-6 MAE 501 Linear Algebra
Grade: 40% Homework 5% In-Class Participation 25% Midterm (One exam) 30% Final Exams: Midterm, in class – date TBA, based on theoretical (“pencil and paper” problems) Final: 24-hr take home final – date TBA, based on both theoretical problems and MATLAB programming MAE 501 Linear Algebra
Grading policy: Common grading policy for ASU classes is A: 100%-90%, B: 89%-80%, C: 79%-70%, D: 69%-60%, E: below 59% MAE 501 Linear Algebra
Syllabus Course description Graduate-level class covering basic concepts of linear algebra and their application in engineering. Emphasis is both on the fundamental mathematical concepts as well as their implementation via programming in MATLAB . MAE 501 Linear Algebra
Syllabus Enrollment Requirements Prerequisite : Graduate Engineering students only, credit only for MAE 501 or MSE 501. MAE 501 Linear Algebra
MAE 501 Linear Algebra Class Piazza Link to enroll: piazza.com/asu/fall2019/2019falltmae501mse5017114674849 (will also be e-mailed to you) Post all questions concerning course material, homework etc. on class Piazza Students can answer (encouraged to) answer other students questions Instructors will not answer any questions within the first 30 minutes of posting (to allow students answer the questions first) TA or Instructor can endorse correct answers Facilitates communication between students, builds confidence and speeds up the learning process Questions about the course material or homework via e-mail are discouraged (prohibited) – in a sense that they will not be answered Personal questions such as requests for an appointment, notification of sickness or discussion of ones’ progress in class are allowed over e-mail.

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