|Chan: MWF 2:00-2:50pm, HRZ 210. |
|Chaabane: MWF 9:00-9:50pm, DH 1064. |
|Joshi: MWF 9:00-9:50pm, DH 1075. |
|Office hours are held at the instructors' office unless specified otherwise.|
|Monday: Chaabane 1:00-2:00pm, Liu (TA) 4:00-5:00pm.|
|Tuesday: Chaabane 1:00-2:00pm, Joshi 2:00-3:00pm (in DH 3110). |
|Wednesday: Chan 3:00-4:00pm|
|Thursday: Joshi 1:00-2:00pm (in DH 3110), Liu (TA) 2:00-3:00pm|
|Friday: Chan 3:00-4:00pm|
|Jesse Chan (jesse.chan at rice.edu), Duncan Hall 3023, (713)-348-6113. |
|Nabil Chaabane (nabil.chaabane at rice.edu), Duncan Hall 2001.|
|Babhru Joshi (babhru.joshi at rice.edu), Duncan Hall 2118.|
|| Chen Liu (chen.liu at rice.edu), Duncan Hall 2104|
|| Monday 7-8:30pm, Duncan Hall 1064.
||Students should learn how to characterize the solution of systems of
linear equations and linear least squares problems,
apply basic solution techniques to linear problems involving electrical circuits and planar trusses,
compute the eigendecompsition of matrices and apply it to solve linear dynamical systems, and
compute the singular value decomposition and apply it to data compression and linear least squares problems.
Apply the Fundamental Theorem of Linear Algebra to characterize solutions of linear systems.|
Solve linear systems and linear least squares problems, and apply these techniques to problems involving electrical circuits and planar trusses.
Compute eigenvalues and eigenvectors of matrices.
Apply the eigendecomposition to solve linear dynamical
Compute the singular value decomposition and it apply
it to solve linear least squares problems.
||MATH 212 and CAAM 210. Less formally:
you should be familiar with multivariable calculus and
elementary matrix manipulations (matrix addition and
multiplication, Gaussian elimination), and be able
to write MATLAB programs.
||40% problem sets, 60% exams. Class participation and improving performance on the exams
will be considered when assigning borderline grades.
||Homeworks will be assigned roughly once a week. Typically a homework assignment is due one week after it has been posted.
Unless otherwise stated, you may collaborate with other students, but you must write up your solutions separately. Transcribed solutions are unacceptable.
You may not consult solutions from previous sections of this class.|
Most homeworks will be assigned via the CANVAS course site.
Visit the CANVAS course site and this course web-page regularly.
The lowest homework grade will be dropped.
|| There are three exams. Each exam will each account for 20\% of the final grade.
The first two exams are take-home, timed, closed-book exams.
The final exam is scheduled. Room and time for the 3rd exam will be determined
by the Registrar's office later this semester. |
Each exam must be your individual, unassisted effort; indicate compliance by writing out in full and signing the traditional pledge.
||Homeworks and exams must be turned in on time.
|Linear Algebra in Situ (Spring 2018 Edition) by Steven Cox.
Available as a course pack from the campus store.
of Linear Algebra in Situ is available online. |
The supplementary notes may also be helpful.
Additional notes will be posted on the lectures section of this course site.
|Carl Meyer, Applied Matrix Analysis and Linear Algebra|
Gilbert Strang, Linear Algebra and Its Applications
Gilbert Strang, Introduction to Applied Mathematics
Lars Ahlfors, Complex Analysis, McGraw-Hill
J. W. Brown and R. V. Churchill Complex Variables and Applicatons, McGraw-Hill.
||D. J. Higham and N. J. Higham, MATLAB Guide, 2nd ed.|
Getting Started with MATLAB from MathWorks