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MATH 417 - Numerical Methods - Spring 2019

Credits 4. 3 Lecture Hours. 3 Lab Hours.

Numerical methods for applications; qualitative discussion of convergence and stability properties; computer implementation; interpolation and quadrature, initial value problems, matrix decompositions, interactive solution of linear and non-linear systems, least squares approximation, boundary value problems for ordinary differential equations.
Prerequisites: MATH 304, MATH 309, MATH 311, or MATH 323; MATH 308; ability to program; junior or senior classification.


Sec Instructor Lecture TA Recitation/Computer Lab
501 Raytcho Lazarov TR 9:35-10:50am Haynes Engineering Building 136
Jiuhua Hu W 12:40-1:30pm BLOC 126
502 Raytcho Lazarov TR 11:10-12:25pm Haynes Engineering Building 136
Yanbo Li W 1:50-2:40pm BLOC 133
503 Bojan Popov TR 12:45-2:00pm Haynes Engineering Building 136
Jingyan Zhang W 3:00-3:50pm BLOC 133
504 Raytcho Lazarov TR 2:20-3:35pm H. R. Bright Building 131
Bennett Clayton W 4:10-5:00pm BLOC 128