Summary: Math 410
Numerical Methods for Scientists and Engineers
Course webpage: http://www.nmt.edu/aitbayev/math410/
Term: Fall 2005
Description: Floating point arithmetic, solution of linear and nonlinear systems of equa-
tions, interpolation, numerical differentiation and integration, numerical solution of
ordinary differential equations, approximation (3 cr, 3 cl hrs).
Prerequisite: CS 111 or ES 111; MATH 231 passed with grade C- or better.
Co-requisite: MATH 335
Time and place: TR 8:009:15 A.M., Weir 203
Instructor: Dr. Rakhim Aitbayev, Weir 236, x5463, firstname.lastname@example.org
Office hours: TR 11:0012:00 A.M., F 2:004:00 P.M.
Textbook: Numerical Analysis, 8th edition, by J.D. Faires and R. Burden, Brooks/Cole
1. Numerical mathematics and computing, Kincaid and Cheney, Brooks/Cole.
2. Analysis of numerical methods, Isaacson and Keller, New York, Wiley
3. (Matlab reference) "Matlab Guide" by D.J. Higham and N.J. Higham, SIAM
(available on reserve at the Skeen Library).