Introduction to Numerical Computing (CS321)
Semester: Fall, 2018.
Time: 2:00-3:15pm, Tuesday and Thursday, Classroom: Whitehall Classroom Building Room 334 LEC
Instructor: Dr. Jun Zhang, E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 257-3892.
Office: 321 Marksbury Building.
Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday: 1:00pm - 2:00pm, and by appointment.
The grader for this class is: to be determined.
Numerical Mathematics and Computing (7th or Newer Edition),
by Ward Cheney and David Kincaid
(ISBN 0-534-8993-7), older versions may be OK.
Here is a PDF ile of the syllabus
Class notes will be in the form of Powerpoint slides used for classroom
teaching. The instructor does not write on the blackboard very much.
Most of the instructions will be aided by an overhead projector.
You need to read the text book, in addition to the lecture's notes.
A copy of the textbook may be loaned from the instructor for no more
than a week.
some details are in the book, but are not covered in the class due to
- Please read the first Chapter before you come to the class.
This Chapter is a review of what you should have learned in
lower level classes. I assume you know these materials.
Homework and Projects
The 2018 first
will be given on Thursday, October 11, 2018, at 2:00PM in the
regular classroom. Here is the midterm exam in 2016
The answers are: (1)A, (2)D, (3)C, (4)D, (5)D, (6)B, (7)C.
A final exam given in 2017, final.pdf.
Here are some exciting
research projects in scientific and parallel computing and
my ambitious research team.
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