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ECON 2215 Numerical Methods and Scientific Computing (Spring: 4 )

Course Description

This course introduces students to a variety of numerical methods and then applies these methods to solve a broad range of scientific problems. These problems include examples from physics as well as several other disciplines, including chemistry, mathematics, economics, and finance. Numerical techniques for solving problems expressed in terms of matrix, differential and integral equations will be developed. Other topics will include statistical sampling and Fourier and Laplace transforms.

Instructor(s): The Department

Prerequisites: MATH2202. With permission of the Instructor.

Cross listed with: PHYS4300

Comments: This course is intended for students who plan to minor in Scientific Computation. It is also an elective for Physics majors.

Last Updated: 19-Oct-18