MATH 6940-100 (14285), Spring 2015

Project in Computational Mathematics

Catalog Description:
Students complete an individual project such as design, implementation, testing, or analysis of an algorithm.
Desired Learning Outcomes:
MATH 5600 Introduction to Numerical Analysis.
Martin J. Mohlenkamp,, (740)593-1259, 315-B Morton Hall.
Office hours: Monday 3:05-4pm, Wednesday 3:05-4pm, and Friday 10:45-11:40am, or by appointment.
Web page:
Class hours/ location:
Arranged, approximately 2 meeting hours per week.
The goal of this project is to produce a webpage with interactive javascripts allowing the exploratory visualization of the approximation of tensors by sums of separable tensors. Development of the theory behind the visualizations is not in the scope of this project.
Intellectual Property:
The results of this project will be made public on the internet. The student retains rights to use any of the products for any other purpose. The faculty member retains rights to use and modify them, with proper acknowledgement of the student's contribution.
Evaluation Procedure:
An average of 90% guarantees you at least an A-, 80% a B-, 70% a C-, and 60% a D-.
Academic Misconduct:
Use of documentation, publicly available libraries, etc. is encouraged. (Re)use of other's code is allowed if permitted by their license and properly acknowledged. Discussion of proper attribution will be part of this course. Intentional misrepresentation of the work of others as your own will result in a grade penalty. Serious or repeated violations will result in failure in the class and be reported to the Office of Community Standards and Student Responsibility, which may impose additional sanctions. You may appeal any sanctions through the grade appeal process.
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. You should also register with Student Accessibility Services to obtain written documentation and to learn about the resources they have available.
Learning Resources:
Final product

Martin J. Mohlenkamp
Last modified: Tue May 5 11:07:44 EDT 2015