ECE 491

ECE 491 - Introduction to Numerical Analysis

Spring 2022

TitleRubricSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Numerical AnalysisCS450B331427LCD30930 - 1045 W F  180 Bevier Hall Paul Fischer
Numerical AnalysisCS450B431430LCD00930 - 1045 W F  180 Bevier Hall Paul Fischer
Numerical AnalysisCSE401B331432LCD30930 - 1045 W F  180 Bevier Hall Paul Fischer
Numerical AnalysisCSE401B431434LCD40930 - 1045 W F  180 Bevier Hall Paul Fischer
Numerical AnalysisECE491B331436LCD30930 - 1045 W F  180 Bevier Hall Paul Fischer
Numerical AnalysisECE491B431438LCD40930 - 1045 W F  180 Bevier Hall Paul Fischer
Numerical AnalysisMATH450B331440LCD30930 - 1045 W F  180 Bevier Hall Paul Fischer
Numerical AnalysisMATH450B431443LCD40930 - 1045 W F  180 Bevier Hall Paul Fischer

Official Description

Course Information: Same as CS 450, CSE 401 and MATH 450. See CS 450.

Subject Area

Computer Engineering

Description

Introduction to numerical analysis, including linear system solvers, optimization techniques, interpolation and approximation of functions, solving systems of nonlinear equations, eigenvalue problems, least squares, and quadrature; numerical handling of ordinary and partial differential equations.

Notes

Same as CS 450, CSE 401, and MATH 450.

Topics

• Direct linear system solvers
• Optimization techniques
• Interpolation and approximation of functions
• Solving nonlinear systems
• Eigenvalue problems
• Least squares problems
• Numerical integration
• Numerical handling of ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations

Detailed Description and Outline

Topics:

• Direct linear system solvers
• Optimization techniques
• Interpolation and approximation of functions
• Solving nonlinear systems
• Eigenvalue problems
• Least squares problems
• Numerical integration
• Numerical handling of ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations

Same as CS 450, CSE 401, and MATH 450.

Texts

Press, Teukolsky, Vetterling, and Flannery, Numerical Recipes, 2nd ed., Cambridge.
D. Kahaner, C. Moler, and S. Nash, Numerical Methods and Software, Prentice Hall, 1977.

2/13/2013