AMSC466/CMSC466: Introduction to Numerical Analysis I
TueThu, 11:00am-12:15pm; room PLS (Plant Sciences) 1111
Instructor's office hours:
Tue 1:00pm-1:30pm (in person), Wed 5:00pm-5:45pm (on Zoom); or by appointment.
Zoom meetings are scheduled through ELMS/Canvas
Office hours start on Tue 09/05/23.
Mr. Gonzalo Benavides (email@example.com)
Zoom Office hour: Friday 3:30pm-4:30pm
Zoom meeting of grader office hour: Through ELMS/Canvas (see Announcement in ELMS/Canvas)
Numerical Analysis; author: T. Sauer; publisher:
Pearson, 3rd Ed., 2018
*****The course syllabus is ALSO posted on ELMS/Canvas
NO MIDTERM EXAMS
FINAL EXAM: Wednesday December 13, 8:00am-10:00am
Other Textbook (recommended):
Afternotes on Numerical Analysis;
author: G. W. Stewart; publisher:
A good companion book for the purpose of Matlab programming in Numerical Analysis is the book by Cleve Moler:
"Numerical Computing with Matlab".
The entire book is available online for free as a collection of pdf files.
The Matlab codes for all the programs are also available online.
This material is available at
An exerpt from "A Matlab Companion for Multivariable Calculus" by Jeffery Cooper, is available online on Jeffery Cooper's webpage
There are many books. For example: "A guide to Matlab: for Beginners and Experienced Users", by Hunt Lipsman, and Rosenberg.
Lecture 1, Tuesday, August 29: