||Duncan Hall 1075, 9am MWF |
||Jesse Chan (email@example.com)|
Duncan Hall 3023, (713) 348-6113
||Monday 10-11am or by appointment.|
||Background in linear algebra and MATLAB programming.
||50% problem sets, 50% exams |
||There will be approximately eight problem sets, each involving both written work
and computational exercises in MATLAB. You are encouraged to discuss these
assignments, but the final write-up (including computer code) must be entirely
your own work. As a rule of thumb, you should spend an hour working
each problem independently before collaborating with a classmate.
You may not consult solutions from previous sections of this class.|
Late policy: Your first two late assignments will not incur a penalty, but each
subsequent late assignment will be penalized 20%. No work will be accepted
more than one class period late without prior arrangement or a written excuse.
(This implies that you may not use two 'lates' on one assignment.)|
||Two take-home, closed book exams will each account for 25% of the final grade.|
These pledged exams must be your individual, unassisted effort.
Lecture notes by Mark Embree.|
An Introduction to Numerical Analysis by Endre Süli and David Mayers, Cambridge, 2003.
Numerical Linear Algebra
by Lloyd N. Trefethen and David Bau, III, SIAM, 1997.
||Applied Numerical Linear Algebra by James W. Demmel, SIAM, 1997|
||Numerical Analysis: An Introduction by Walter Gautschi, Birkhauser, 1997|
||Matrix Computations by Gene H. Golub and Charles F. Van Loan, 3rd ed., Johns Hopkins, 1996|
by Desmond J. Higham and Nicholas J. Higham, 2nd ed., SIAM, 2005|
||Numerical Computing with IEEE Floating Point Arithmethic
by Michael L. Overton, SIAM, 2001|