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MATH 745 Fall 2014
HOMEWORK #2
Due: November 14 (Friday) by midnight
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Spectral Methods belong to the broader category of Weighted Residual Methods
for which approximations are defined in terms of series expansions, such that a
measure of the error known as the residual is set to be zero in some approximate sense
In general,
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MATH 745 Fall 2014
HOMEWORK #1
Due: October 8 (Wednesday) by midnight
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will be accepted!) and your MATLAB code(s) in the form of a single m-le via Email to
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MATH745 Fall 2014
QUIZ #2
9:30am, November 28 (Friday), 20 minutes, 10 points max
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1. You
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MATH745 Fall 2014
QUIZ #1
9:30am, October 24 (Friday), 20 minutes, 8 points max
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1. Consi
The finite difference is the discrete analog of the derivative. The finite forward difference of a
function f_p is defined as
Deltaf_p=f_(p+1)-f_p,
(1)
and the finite backward difference as
del f_p=f_p-f_(p-1).
(2)
The forward finite difference is impleme
An ordinary differential equation (frequently called an "ODE," "diff eq," or "diffy Q") is an equality
involving a function and its derivatives. An ODE of order n is an equation of the form
F(x,y,y^',.,y^(n)=0,
(1)
where y is a function of x, y^'=dy/dx is
The continuous Fourier transform is defined as
f(nu)
=
F_t[f(t)](nu)
=
int_(-infty)^inftyf(t)e^(-2piinut)dt.
(1)
(2)
Now consider generalization to the case of a discrete function, f(t)->f(t_k) by letting f_k=f(t_k),
where t_k=kDelta, with k=0, ., N-1. Wr
There are three types of boundary conditions commonly encountered in the solution of partial
differential equations:
1. Dirichlet boundary conditions specify the value of the function on a surface T=f(r,t).
2. Neumann boundary conditions specify the norma
A Taylor series is a series expansion of a function about a point. A one-dimensional Taylor series
is an expansion of a real function f(x) about a point x=a is given by
f(x)=f(a)+f^'(a)(x-a)+(f^(')(a)/(2!)(x-a)^2+(f^(3)(a)/(3!)(x-a)^3+.+(f^(n)(a)/(n!)(x-a
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MATH 745 Fall 2012
HOMEWORK #2
Due: November 6 (Tuesday) by midnight
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