Numerical Analysis: Linear and Nonlinear Problems (CS 4220/5223 / MATH 4260)

Spring 2017. MWF 12:30-3:20 PM, Gates G01.

Fundamentals of numerical linear algebra (linear systems, eigenvalues and SVDs), on which we’ll build iterative methods for nonlinear systems and multivariate optimization. Understanding advantages, disadvantages, and practical limits of numerical methods. Programming required.

Applications of Parallel Computers (CS 5220)

Overview of high performance scientific computing. Basics of modern parallel machine design, parallel programming patterns, and applications. Programming projects will likely inspire creative cursing, mostly due to the frustrations of parallel profiling and debugging.

Matrix Computations (CS 6210)

Numerical linear algebra. Basic theory, efficient algorithms, and enough error analysis to avoid numerical embarrassment (we hope)! Direct and iterative methods for linear systems, least squares, and eigenvalues.

Introduction to Scientific Computing (CS 3220)

No longer offered; see CS 4210 and CS 4220.

Overview of scientific computing in MATLAB, from a user perspective. Error analysis basics, linear systems and least squares, nonlinear equations, basic optimization, numerical differentiation and quadrature, ODEs, and applications.

SCAN Seminar (CS/MATH 7290)

    Ongoing. M 1:25-2:15, Gates 406.

    The Scientific Computing and Numerics seminar series focuses on various methods in scientific computing, the analysis of convergence properties and computational efficiency, and their adaptation to specific applications.

    Projects (CS [45]999)

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