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Spring 2010-2011
MAE 502 / APC 506   No Pass/D/Fail

Mathematical Methods of Engineering Analysis II

Philip J. Holmes

A complementary presentation of theory, analytical methods, and numerical methods. The objective is to impart a set of capabilities commonly used in the research areas represented in the Department and more broadly in engineering and the physical and biological sciences. Standard computational packages will be made available in the courses, and assignments will be designed to use them. Topics will include Complex variables, PDE, Fourier and Laplace Transforms, and a brief introduction to numerical methods.

Sample reading list:
F.B. Hidlebrand, Advanced Calculus for Applications
M.D. Greenberg, Advanced Engineering Mathematics
M.D. Greenberg, Foundations of Applied Mathematics
I.S. Sokolnikoff & R.M. Retheffer, Mathematics of Physics and Engineering

Other Requirements:
Not Open to First Years.

Other information:
Approximately 7 homework assignments, plus midterm and final exams. Lecture notes by instructor, to be distributed via Blackboard website.

Schedule/Classroom assignment:

Class numberSectionTimeDaysRoomEnrollmentStatus
43033 L01 09:00:00 am - 10:20:00 am T Th   Engineering Quad D-Wing   D221   Enrolled:32 Limit:40