GENERAL INFORMATION

COURSE PREREQUISITES

ENCE 200 (prior/simultaneous enrollment in MATH 246 is also desirable).

TIME AND LOCATION OF CLASS/OFFICE HOURS

Class. M,W,F 22.50 pm,
Section 0102 will be in Room 1202, JM Patterson Building

Office Hours. M,W,F 10 am  12 pm.
Otherwise, by appointment (send me email for a quick
response to your problems).

TA/Grader. TBD.

TEXTS AND COURSE NOTES

Chapra S.C., Applied Numerical Methods with Matlab for Engineers and Scientists,
Second Edition, McGrawHill, 2008, (ISBN: 9780073132907).
Note. We will use Chapra as a guide for the course contents,
but it is not my intent to follow the book closely. My suggestion is
try to find a second hand copy on eBay or Amazon.

Chapters 13, 14 and 15 of Austin and Chancogne,
Introduction to Engineering Programming: in C, MATLAB and JAVA ,
John Wiley and Sons, New York.

ENCE 201 Lecture Notes. This booklet will contain the programming
exercises, handouts from Spring semester 2007,
and assortment of material on using MATLAB.

EXAMINATION SCHEDULE

Midterm 1 (35%): March 25. Open book and open notes.
The midterm will cover the first seven weeks of class.

Midterm 2 (35%): April XX. Open book and open notes.

Final (35%): May XX, 1.303.30 pm.
The final covers matrix algebra, solution of matrix equations,
least squares analysis, numerical integration, and numerical
solution of ordinary differential equations.
Note.
There will be no midterm or final makeup exams.
Students may drop the lower of the midterm scores.
Biweekly programming assignments in Matlab
will account for 30% of the grade.
