me210bsyllabus - Syllabus Term: Winter Quarter 2009...

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Syllabus Term: Winter Quarter 2009 University Course Number: MEE 210B (cross-listed CS/ECE/MATH/ChemE/Geol) Course Title: Numerical Simulation Professor: Linda R. Petzold, Mechanical Engineering, and Computer Science Phone: (805) 893-5362 FAX: (805) 893-5435 Email: Office: 5107 Harold Frank Hall Office hours: Mondays 11am-noon, Fridays 1-2pm, or email for ap- pointment TA: Kevin Sanft, Computer Science Email: Office: 5106 Harold Frank Hall Office hours: Tuesdays and Wednesdays 1-2pm, or email for appoint- ment Class Web Site: All assignments and announcements will be posted on the class web site, including office hour or class cancellations beyond what is listed below, and any other changes to the regular schedule. You are responsible for looking there to find any news. The site is˜cse Course Days/Times Meet on Campus: Monday and Wednesday 9-10:50 1
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Office hour cancellations: Professor Petzold will be out of town: January 22-23, February 5-6, March 12-13 Text: Computer Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations and Differential- Algebraic Equations , U. M. Ascher and L. R. Petzold, SIAM, 1998. Course Description: Development of modern numerical methods for ordinary differential equa- tions including Runge-Kutta and multistep. Convergence, order and stabil- ity analysis. Sensitivity analysis. Concepts and capabilities of mathematical
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