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CSCI 521 Numerical Computing Methods
Computational methods for continuous mathematical structures. Convergence of sequences and series, truncation error, roundoff error and error propagation. Methods, both direct and iterative, for the solution of various problems in linear algebra and analysis. Possible topics include algebraic and transcendental equations, systems of linear equations, interpolation, differentiation, integration, and eigen-value problems. All students will be expected to do a special project.
Prerequisites: GrS; 3 s.h. of FORTRAN, Pascal or C programming and 12 s.h. of calculus.
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