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Unformatted text preview: discrete Markov chains if time allows); Laplace and Fourier transforms. Applications will be chosen to illustrate the power and versatility of mathematical methods in a variety of applied elds. Computer projects will be used to further develop the connections between theory and applications. The text will be supplemented by notes and other sources of applications material. Homeworks: One weekly homework assignment, and end of course project, worth approx. 30% of grade. Tests: One inclass test (approx. 30%), and the nal exam (approx. 40%). Extras: The course will involve theory as well as problem solving and applications. The weekly homework assignment is an essential part of the course, and it will be graded every week....
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course MATH 3354 taught by Professor Drager during the Fall '08 term at Texas Tech.
 Fall '08
 DRAGER
 Math

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