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MATH 640C (04092), Spring 2004
Numerical Analysis
 Topics:
 In 640C we will cover ordinary differential equations
(chapter 8), partial differential equations (chapter 9), and
optimization (chapter 11). If time allows we
will start linear programming (chapter 10).
 Prerequisites:
 MATH 640B
from the winter quarter, or permission.
 Instructor:

Martin J. Mohlenkamp,
mohlenka@ohio.edu,
(740)5931283, 554 Morton Hall.
Office hours:
Monday 34pm, Tuesday 11am12 noon,
Thursday 34pm, and Friday 11am12 noon.
 Web page:

http://www.ohiouniversityfaculty.com/mohlenka/20043/640C.
 Class hours/ location:
 MT(W)HF 1:102pm in 313 Morton Hall.
 Text:

Numerical Analysis: Mathematics of Scientific Computing,
3rd edition, by David Kincaid and Ward Cheney,
Brooks/Cole, 2002.
 Format:
 On a rotating basis, students will be in charge
of leading the class in learning topics from the text.
 Exam:
 The final exam is scheduled for Monday June 7 at 12:20pm in
the regular classroom.
 Grade:

Grades are not the point.
 Special Needs:
 If you have specific physical, psychiatric, or learning
disabilities and require accommodations, please let me know as soon as
possible so that your learning needs may be appropriately met.
 Resources:

 LaTeX: LaTeX help 1.1;
A sample LaTeX file, samplelatex
(.tex,
.dvi,
.ps,
.pdf);
A sample of latex with figures incorporated:
latexfig.tex and the sample figure
lfig.eps.
 MATLAB: Ohio University Matlab Central;
Colorado
MATLAB Help Desk;
Local Matlab Quick Reference
(.pdf)
and Survival Guide
(.pdf);
Official
MATLAB Documentation;
Random web
Introduction to MATLAB,
MATLAB Summary and Tutorial, and
A Practical Introduction to MATLAB.
Martin J. Mohlenkamp
Last modified: Fri Sep 3 13:54:08 EDT 2010