- Heath, Michael. Scientific computing: An introductory survey, 2nd edition, McGraw-Hill, 2002
Introduction to Numerical Analysis
About the course
The course objective is for the student to learn certain fundamental methods for identifying numerical solutions to linear and non-linear equation systems, integrals, optimisation problems, interpolation and to be able to apply these methods to solve simplified problems in materials science.
This course is offered as part of a programme:
Entry requirements and selection
- Bachelor's degree of at least 180 credits within material engineering, machine engineering, physics, chemistry or the equivalent.
- At least 22.5 credits of Mathematics.
- English 6 from Swedish secondary school or the equivalent
- Passed courses: MA620E Scientific Programming, 7,5 hp
University credits completed 100%
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Faculty of Technology and Society
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