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Department of Electrical Engineering University of Southern California EE 441 — APPLIED LINEAR ALGEBRA FOR ENGINEERING Spring 2012 Instructor: Urbashi Mitra, Professor 536 EEB, 213 740 4667,ubli@usc.edu TA: Mr. Chiranjib Choudhuri, 526 EEB, 213 740 xxxx, cchoudhu@usc.edu office hours: TBA. Course Web Page: DEN Blackboard www.uscden.net Contains homework, solutions, and relevant handouts. Course announcements, home- work hints and modifications will be posted on this page – please check it regularly. Lectures: TuTh 9:30-10:50 am, OHE 120 Discussion: F 1:00pm–1:50pm, OHE 120 Course Objectives: To provide a fundamental understanding of concepts and techniques of linear algebgra. The emphasis will be on developing the analysis and design tools needed to apply linear algebra to graduate electrical engineering courses and research. Prerequisites: Calculus, undergraduate linear algebra and basic matrix theory. Other Requirements: Basic computer skills ( i.e. programming and plotting, familiarity with Matlab is helpful although not necessary.). Text: 1. Linear Algebra and Its Applications , 4th ed., by Gilbert Strang, Thomson Learn- ing Co., Belmont CA, 2006; ISBN-10: 0-03-010567-6. Grading:
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