Introduction to numerical methods used in the sciences. Methods for solving matrix eigenvalue problems, initial value and boundary value problem for ordinary differential equations (ODEs). Study of standard types of partial differential equations (PDEs) with applications. Solution techniques for systems of nonlinear equations. Discussion of courses of errors in numerical methods. Special topics and applications presented as schedule permits. 4 credit hours. Prerequisites: CS 316, MTH 233, 253, or 355. Programming course prerequisites: EGR 153 or CEG 220 or CS 241.
College of Engineering and Computer Science