Class Schedule Detail

2013 Fall - MATH
Subj Cat# Class# Sect Course
MATH 368 1177 1 Advanced Numerical Analysis
Numerical linear algebra including LU decomposition, Jacobi, Gauss-Seidel and SOR iterations, Krylov subspace methods (Conjugate Gradient, GMRES), QR and SVD factorization of matrices, eigenvalue problems via power, inverse, QR and Arnoldi iterations, error analysis, forward and backward stability; numerical integration of ODEs including Runge-Kutta and Adams formulas, predictor-corrector methods, stiff equation solvers and shooting method for BVPs; other numerical methods including interpolation via Lagrange and Chebyshev polynomials and cubic splines, integration and quadrature with trapezoidal and Simpson rules, Newton-Cotes formulae, Gaussian quadrature, and singular integrals, root-finding via one-point iteration, bisection, Newton and secant methods, numerical differentiation using finite differences, spectral and pseudo-spectral methods. Prerequisites: advanced calculus and elementary numerical analysis.

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