Physics & Computer Science

CP315: Introduction to Scientific Computation

An introduction to scientific computation, with substantial use of scientific software, such as Maple and Matlab. Scientific problems and models from different disciplines are considered. Numerical methods introduced in this course include interpolation, curve fitting, solving (systems of) linear and nonlinear equations, eigenvalue problems, integration and solving ordinary and partial differential equations.

3 lecture hours

Credit: 0.50

Cross-Listed: as PC315

Prerequisite: CP104, MA110* (or MA103), MA122, MA205

Exclusion: CP225/PC225

Section Information
Section Days Times Room Instructor
Lecture A MW - N1044 Dr. Ilias Kotsireas