645:571 Computational Mathematics I - Fall 2018
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Rutgers University, Camden, NJ

This one-year sequence covers various numerical techniques for solving mathematical problems on a computer.  The first semester 645:571 covers the IEEE internal representation of floating point numbers, interpolation, root finding, numerical integration, numerical differentiation, and function minimization.  The second semester 645:572 covers numerical linear algebra and the numerical solution of differential equations.  The material is presented so that topics build on one another and applications are given to illustrate the use of the techniques.

Last Revised: 10:15AM EST   12/09/2018