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Unformatted text preview: Welcome to EGR 106 Foundations of Engineering II Spring 2011 Course Information Today’s Specific Topics: – Computation and Algorithms – MATLAB Basics Demonstrations Textbook 1.1-1.7 EGR 106 Lecture 1 Introduction to Course & MATLAB General Lectures – Prof. Sadd M 1-1:50; 2-2:50 (Cherry Aud); T 8-8:50 (101 Gilbreth) Individual Lab Sections Course Introduction Course Structure Time Tuesday Thursday 8:00-9:15- Prof. Richard Brown 9:30-10:45 Prof. Ramdas Kumaresan Prof. Ramdas Kumaresan 11:00-12:15 Prof. Christopher Hunter Prof. Richard Brown 12:30-1:45 Prof. Musa Jouaneh Prof. Musa Jouaneh 2:00-3:15 Prof. Frederick Vetter Prof. Christopher Hunter 3:30-4:45 Tim Toolan Prof. Haibo He 5:00-6:15 Tim Toolan For Lab Sections you will need to have your Username & Password Course Web Site http://mcise.uri.edu/sadd/EGR106/egr106 Exams Two common semester exams will be given on Thursday evenings at 6pm. They will primarily reflect contents of lectures. Please be prompt as exams will not exceed one hour. Date Locations Exam 1 Thurs. Feb. 24 6-7pm Kumaresan, Toolan – 271 Chafee He, Jouaneh, Vetter - Quinn Aud. Hunter, Brown - 271 Chafee Exam 2 Thurs. April 7 6-7pm Kumaresan, Toolan - 271 Chafee He, Jouaneh, Vetter - Quinn Aud. Hunter, Brown - 271 Chafee Exam 3 will be an individual test given in each lab section during the final exam period and will involve writing a functioning MATLAB code. Purpose & Use of Lectures Lectures Provide tools to do homework Provide information for exams So attend lectures, take notes and refer back to the presented PowerPoint slides and MATLAB example codes when needed for homework and exam preparation Text & MATLAB Code Availability Text: MATLAB An Introduction with Applications 4 rd Edtion , by A. Gilat, John Wiley, 2011....
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Lecture1 - Welcome to EGR 106 Foundations of Engineering II...

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