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Current information on 2D1921, Numeriska metoder, fortsättningskurs F
The course starts Monday 4/9 at 12.15 with a lecture in room F34.
Last minute changes and recent information can also be found in
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- Bengt Lindberg,
- Office hours: Monday 10.15-11.15 room 1444.
The textbook and supplementary material should be read in parallel to the
lectures in the course. Lectures and assignments cover only part of
the course material.
Dahlquist,Björck: Numerical Methods,
Prentice Hall (1974,
4th printing or later), referred to as DBA.
Reading instructions are available.
The material above is sold at NADAs
for *** kr.
Handouts during the course are also available at the student office.
- Kompendium i tillämpad numerisk analys, ed. 7 by Bengt Lindberg
- Reading instructions
- SEX = supplementary notes and examples
- Old exams
- Weekly letters with homework, assignments and supplementary
12 + 18 Mixed Lectures and Problem solving sessions.
Registration for the course
Everybody who wants to attend the course must register for it.
You may do this on any of the NADA Unix computers with the command
Register as soon as possible!
Three computer assignments are compulsory. Two are relatively
small applications of material covered in the lectures on linear algebra,
approximation, non-linear systems of equations and numerical solution of
differential equations. One is a study of
a somewhat larger problem in the area of numerical solution of
differential equations. If you have a problem of your
own you are most welcome to suggest it as one of your assignments.
During the course 9 sets of homework assignments will be distributed.
To get credit for an assignment you must submit it for grading no later than
its due date. These assignments are not compulsory, but they are recommended
as a splendid way of learning the material of the course. The total
number of credit points for homework assignments (P) is translated into
equivalent exam credit points (E) according to the following rule
E = the smaller of 10 P/Pmax and 8
where Pmax is approximately 135
To pass the exam you need approximately 22 points and the total
number of points on the exam is 50.
Homework credit points can be used for one year.
Solutions to homework assignments can be delivered in the bookcase outside
no later than 17.00 on the date that is assigned to the problem.
At 17.00 the doors of NADA are locked.
When you are logged in to our computers you can check how many
homework credit points you have amassed so far, and how many of the
computer assignments that you have got credit for.
Use the command
The exam consists of two parts: a theoretical part where no
books or other aid is permitted, a problem solving part where
``everything'' except solutions of old exams is allowed.
NADAs computer labs
The student union card allows you entrance to the computer labs
at all hours of the day, but the labs are often booked daytime
for other courses. Do
to find out about booked hours.
General help personel
is available in the computer labs on level 4 certain hours every weekday
during the semesters.
Directory for the course
The course has a directory on the Unix computers:
On this directory you will find text files, skeletons of programs, programs
etc related to the course.
Computer at home
If you have a computer and a modem at home you can connect to
Nadas computers from home. Information about this is found
here (in Swedish).
Student evaluation of the course
Since this course will be given to many students during several years
we are grateful for your evaluation of the course. A computer assisted
evaluation will be undertaken. You can also state your opinions
directly to your teachers.
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Latest update 1995-08-07