Graduate and Doctoral Courses

Offered Fall 2023
Schedule & Location: T R 11:35-12:50, 152 DSL - R 3:05-5:35 (Lab), 152 DSL

This course provides students with high performance computational tools necessary to investigate problems arising in science and engineering with an emphasis on combining them to accomplish more complex tasks. Topics covered are from the areas of scientific visualization, data structures, linear algebra, interpolation and approximation, numerical quadrature, discrete differentiation, numerical ODEs and Monte Carlo. Prerequisite: ISC 5305, MAP 2302.

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