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About the course
The course objective is for the student to develop knowledge and skills in technical programming in Matlab/GNU Octave, with a focus on application within numerical analysis.
This course is offered as part of a programme:
- Data structures, files, inbound and outbound data, arithmetic operations, vectors, matrices, graphics;
- For, if-else, while, built-in functions and user-defined functions;
- Applications within linear equation system, non-linear equations, interpolation and extrapolation, least square approach to measurement data, numerical differentiation, integration, differential equations; and
- Interpretation and validation of results.
1. Degree of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering or a degree in a related field. All degrees must be equivalent to at least 180 higher education credits.
2. At least 22.5 credits of Mathematics.
3. The equivalent of English B in Swedish secondary school or equivalent
University credits completed 100%
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Faculty of Technology and Society
The Faculty of Technology and Society, TS, conducts education and research with a focus on technology and natural sciences, in...