Scientific Computing I

Prerequisite: Must have knowledge of C or Fortran. And AMSC460 or CMSC460; or (CMSC466 or AMSC466); or (must have knowledge of basic numerical analysis (linear equations, nonlinear integration, interpolation); and permission of instructor). Cross-listed with CMSC66 0. Credit only granted for: AMSC660 or CMSC660. Monte Carlo simulation, numerical linear algebra, nonlinear systems and continuation method, optimization, ordinary differential equations. Fundamental techniques in scientific computation with an introduction to the theory and software of each topic.

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