A Friendly Introduction to Numerical Analysis
By: Brian Bradie
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Selected programs: http://www.pcs.cnu.edu/~bbradie/matlab.html
Selected solutions/answers: http://www.pcs.cnu.edu/~bbradie/textbookanswers.html
Numerical Computing with MATLAB
By: Cleve B. Moler
Publisher: Society for Industrial & Applied (06/01/2004)
Available electronically at http://www.mathworks.com/moler/
Numerical Methods Using Matlab (Fourth Edition).
By: John H. Mathews and Kurtis D. Fink
Errata for 4th Edition: Numerical Methods Using MATLAB, John H. Mathews and Kurtis D. Fink
introduction to numerical analysis
By: Kendall E. Atkinson QA 297.A841
By: Richard L. Burden and J. Douglas Faires
Elementary Numerical Analysis (3rd Edition)
By: Kendall Atkinson and Weimin Han
By: Desmond J. Higham & Nicholas J. Higham. QA297 .H5217 2000
In this course, we will make extensive use of Matlab, a
technical computing environment for numerical computation and
visualization produced by
The MathWorks, Inc. This will take a little learning, but
will pay off in the long run, since programming numerical
methods is much easier (and quicker) in Matlab than in virtually
any other language.
Matlab is available through VLAB at https://vlab.uidaho.edu/vpn/index.html
If you have problems with installing or running Matlab, please
contact the ITS Help Desk at
Phone: 208-885-4357 (HELP)
ITS HELP DESK Physical Address:
Teaching Learning Center Room 128
Matlab tutorial by Dr. Mayank Aggarwal
Also available is a MATLAB
tutorial written by Peter Blossey: (.pdf)
tutorial by Gerald Recktenwald
Another standard one is Kermit Sigmon's Matlab Primer: (.html)
Here is another Matlab resource available on the net:
In addition, there are many textbooks about Matlab. One of them
|Homework Sets||Due Date
due Thursday, December 19, 2019. Students may
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Review: see Lecture 44 final exam crib sheet
Final exam crib sheet will be included in the test.
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