In this course, students will develop skills necessary to design and implement algorithms to solve problems using digital computers. The FORTRAN or an equivalent language will be used to program solutions to these problems. Techniques will include data input and storage, selection of relevant numerical and non-numerical methods for problem solution, and the effi cient ordering of data for meaningful output presentation. Some problems will be fundamental to engineering design, but non-engineers interested in numerical analysis methods along with the construction and description of effective procedures to solve the problem should gain knowledge which can be used in their respective fi elds of interest. Prerequisite: MATH-182 and CMSY-135 or equivalent. (2 hours lecture, 2 hours lab)
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