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MATH 676 - Finite Element Methods in Scientific Computing - Fall 2017

Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.

Basic finite element methods; structure of finite element codes; assembling linear systems of equations and algorithmic aspects; linear iterative solvers; adaptive mesh refinement; vector-valued and mixed problems; nonlinear problems; visualization; parallelization aspects. Additional topics may be chosen by instructor.
Prerequisites:MATH 610; ENGR finite element class on MATH 419 or MATH 609; approval of instructor. Knowledge of C++.


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This course is not taught in Fall 2017.