ASE 201 - Syllabus - THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN ASE...

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THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN ASE 201 Introduction to Computer Programming Fall 2007 SYLLABUS UNIQUE NUMBER: INSTRUCTOR: Office: WRW 305 Office Hours T,TH 4-6 Telephone number: 471-4208 Email address: lhayes@mail.utexas.edu CLASS TIME: M,F 10-11 am PLACE: WRW 102 and ECJ 1.204 TEACHING ASST.: Jeremy Albright, Roy Stogner & Andreas Mogensen TA Hours in the LRC (WRW205): TBA Tutors in LRC: T,W, Th 8-10 pm WEB PAGE: UT Blackboard OBJECTIVES: To introduce students to modern computing practices using MATLAB and to introduce them to scientific computing for engineering applications. PREREQUISITES: None ATTENDANCE: Note that regular attendance is expected and the student must make prior arrangements for an excused absence. Quizzes are given every Friday and they can not be made up without an excused absence. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES STUDENTS SHOULD HAVE BEFORE ENTERING THIS COURSE: NONE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES STUDENTS GAIN FROM THIS COURSE: Programming in MATLAB and the ability to incorporate engineering phenomena into a working computer model. COMPUTER: Computer assignments are assigned weekly and two will be dropped. TEXT: MATLAB Programming for Engineers, S. J. Chapman, Brooks/Cole, Third Edition, 2004. CLASS FORMAT:
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