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Syllabus - UCSB 1 Fr´d´ric Gibou ee Email: Eng. II Bldg.,...

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Unformatted text preview: UCSB 1 Fr´d´ric Gibou ee Email: Eng. II Bldg., Room 2335 Lectures: (805) 893-7152 Office Hours: http://www1.engr.ucsb.edu/˜fgibou/CS 111 fgibou@engineering.ucsb.edu MW 11-12:15pm in Phelps 3515 W 4-5pm or by appointment Teaching Assistants Name: Veronika Strnadova Email: veronika@cs.ucsb.edu Office Hours: F 1-2pm in Phelps 1413 3 Fall 2011 Professor Name: Office: Phone: Web Site: 2 CS 111 - Numerical Analysis Name: Fangqiu Han Email: fhan@umail.ucsb.edu Office Hours: F 3:30-4:30pm in Phelps 1413 Pre-requisites Math 5B (Linear Algebra), Calculus, CS 20 (Programming methods, Data structures, graphs/trees). Students who do not have a cs or engineering account need to apply for an account online at: https://www.engineering.ucsb.edu/˜admin/computer accounts/computer account request 4 Topics and Goals • Introduction to scientific computing. • Numerical Methods for Linear Algebra. • Numerical Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations. • Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations. 5 References • Lecture notes and slides will be handed out in class or posted on the web. 6 Grading Your grade will be based on homework assignments (25 %), one midterm (25 %) and a final project (50 %). The goal of the project is to demonstrate your ability to design and implement a numerical method to solve a problem. Examples include image denoising and fluid or solid simulations, although other projects will be considered (in this case the student must talk to the instructor to check if the project is appropriate). You will need to write a small report describing your approach and presenting your results. No late homework will be accepted. 1 ...
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