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School of Engineering and Applied Science University of California, Los Angeles Electrical Engineering 103 Applied Numerical Computing An Introduction to Numerical Analysis and Computing for Engineers and Computer Scientists Lecture Notes by Stephen E. Jacobsen, Professor Fall Quarter, 2007 Copyright © 2007 by Stephen E. Jacobsen
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GENERAL REMARKS TO THE STUDENT The subject matter of this course may be required by your major (Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Science & Engineering, Electrical Engineering) and covers material to which every engineer should be introduced. As such, this course is essentially an "engineer's general education" course. In particular, engineers need to be introduced to the facts that how one writes code and the algorithms one uses may have major impacts upon the correctness of the results for most areas of engineering and scientific computing. Indeed, one of the goals of this course is to point out that engineering and
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