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MASE201 Numerical Methods and Matrix Analysis Ruth Okamoto January 13, 2009 Pick up a syllabus/notes packet at the front 1/13/2009 1 MASE201 Notes Course Organization Lectures here every Tuesday 10:00 – 11:30 (except next week, when we will meet in the CEC computer lab) Lectures will begin with a short quiz (23 minutes) every two to three weeks Labs in CEC computer lab (Sever 201/202) every Thursday Final exam on May 1, 5:30-7:30 pm 1/13/2009 2 MASE201 Notes Required Text MATLAB: An Introduction with Applications, 3 rd edition by Amos Gilat John Wiley, 2008, ISBN 978-0-470-10877-2, list price: $70.95 1/13/2009 3 MASE201 Notes Telesis Telesis will be used heavily in this course – View Syllabus/Calendar – Download : Lab Handouts Lecture Notes • Homework – Electronic submission of labs and homework – View Gradebook – Check the news Make sure you check Telesis regularly 1/13/2009 4 MASE201 Notes
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Grading Policies Component Value Notes Homework Assignments (5) 10% (2% each) Due Fridays at 5 pm before quizzes are given. You may collaborate on homework, but each student must write their own solutions, MATLAB m-files and plots. Late homework accepted until the following Monday at 10 am, with a 20% late penalty. 1/13/2009 MASE201 Notes 5 In class quizzes (5) 25% (5% each) Hand-written. Given on Tuesdays during first 30 minutes of class as shown on calendar. Notify instructor in advance if you will miss a quiz. In class computer labs (best 15 of 16) 45% Every week, plus today and Tue 1/2. Notify instructor in advance if you will miss lab. Lowest lab grade will be dropped. Final Exam 20% Combined written/computer-based exam Numerical Methods Since ancient times, there has been a need to “compute” Methods to compute quantities such as pi, logarithms, trig functions etc. relied on lengthy hand calculations The development of modern computing after World War II allowed for existing methods to be broadly applied and new
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