Spring 2013: CSE5810 - Scientific Computing
Graduate Special Topics Course Spring 2012
Modern science and engineering practices depend on computation. In a spiral fashion, the availability of faster computers is fueling a data explosion in all branches of these disciplines, and in turn demanding better computing resources. Developing efficient algorithms is a part of the equation. This course covers such mathematical algorithms. The algorithms in this area are primarily numerical. However, we go beyond theoretical understanding of numerical analysis, and code some of the algorithms in order to understand their structures and resource usage patterns. From this course the students are expected to become skilled in coding algorithms that are important for scientists and engineers today.
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