EE2006 Engineering Mathematics I
A. Introduction
Numerical Methods
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A/P Patricia Wong
Oce: S1-B1b-58, Tel: 67904219
Email: ejywong@ntu.edu.sg
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B. Solution of Nonlinear Equations
1. Solving by Iterati
EE2006 Engineering Mathematics I
A. Introduction
Probability & Statistics
1. Set Theory
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B. Probability
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Oce: S1-B1b-58, Tel: 67904219
Email: ejywong@ntu.edu.sg
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Random Variables
Normal Distribution
EE2006 Engineering Mathematics I
Assoc. Prof. Wang Han
Room : S2 B2b-49
Phone: 6790-4506
Email: hw@ ntu.edu.sg
Slides Adopted from Prof. N. Sundararajan
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Topics :
Fourier Analysis Fourier Series ; Fourier Transform
Textbook :
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Kreyzig, E., Advanced E
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Fourier Transform & Properties
So far, we have derived Fourier series for periodic functions. What about non-periodic
functions?
Solution: Extend T to infinity! (T=2L)
See for example:
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cfw_
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fT(x) ; T = 4
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fT(x) ; T = 8
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f
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Fourier Transform & Properties
So far, we have derived Fourier series for periodic functions. What about non-periodic
functions?
Solution: Extend T to infinity! (T=2L)
See for example:
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Recall that for periodic function with period T
and
Separa
3. PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
1. Introduction
2. Mathematical Models of Physical Problems
3. Solution by the Method of Separation of Variables - Heat Equation
4. Solution of the Wave Equation
5. Solution of the Laplace Equation
6. Solution by the Meth