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Unformatted text preview: APPLIED MATHEMATICS LABORATORY Objectives To teach basic programming concepts of programming used in applied mathematics Course Description This course is an introductory course for MATLAB . Basic programming concepts including: algorithm development, data types, number representation, control structures, functions, plotting and basic numerical analysis techniques. The basic numerical analysis techniques covered in the course include matrix operations, systems of equations, solving equations, roots, curve fitting, interpolation, numerical integration and ordinary differential equations. Learning Outcomes On successful completion of this module, students will have the ability to analyze engineering problems; develop algorithms to solve the problems; implement the algorithms in the MATLAB programming environment; and produce informative output in both numerical and graphical form. The problemsolving skills learned in the course can be utilized in upperlevel engineering and science courses...
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 Spring '11
 PERERA

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