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Syllabus EE-600 Mathematical Modeling and Analysis Fall Semester, 2009
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General Information This course is an advanced survey of the necessary engineering mathematics for graduate engineering courses. Most of the topics are introduced in undergraduate courses; however, some graduate courses require greater mathematical depth. Prerequisites A general undergraduate background in differential equations, signals and systems is required along with some background in Linear Algebra. Purpose This course serves as a mathematical basis for most graduate-level courses. Objectives Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to deal with sophisticated aspects of differential equations, linear algebra, complex analysis, abstract vector spaces and probability. Evaluation Methods Student evaluation will be based upon three open-book, open-notes exams and a series of four MATLAB- based projects. Bibliography Recommended Text : Erwin Kreyszig, Advanced Engineering Mathematics [any edition].
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