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EE103
APPLIED NUMERICAL COMPUTING
Spring 2010
Instructor:
Professor S.E. Jacobsen
Computer Project
(
Due: to be announced
)
Each student may work with one other student of the class.
You may sign up for
such a “groupoftwo” collaboration by going to
http://www.seas.ucla.edu/ee103
(the
latter link is not yet available; you’ll soon be informed when it is available).
Only
one student of the group should make the entries for both.
That student should be
prepared to enter the full names of each of the students, along with UIDs.
Groups
must be entered by
12 Noon, 5/25/2010 (if the above link is delayed in its
availability, the 5/25 date will be changed).
This project provides an example of the usefulness and importance of concepts of
the course for engineering problems that may not be easily approached by means
other than numerical methods.
Coding is at a minimum since you will be provided
with various functions that you are to use and that only require you to implement
these appropriately.
In fact, this project asks only that you understand the
computational nature of the problem, and then to implement a few of the techniques
by using the provided MatLab mfiles and functions that implement various
methods that have been taught in this course.
Please keep in mind that engineers
and computer scientists must obtain some experience, while in school, implementing
what they learn.
Your work must be your own or that of your group (if you are participating in a
group).
You may not discuss the project with others outside of your group, nor may
you refer to any other sources (excluding MatLab manuals, Jacobsen's lecture notes
and slides, and homework answers for only this course, Spring 2010).
Your own
efforts are sufficient to complete this project.
For questions you may have, you may
contact the TAs or SEJ (although not all questions may be answered).
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Matlab mfiles to be Used for this Project:
1.
fzero:
this function is a “sophisticated” version of the bisection algorithm.
The
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