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Number of hours
Lectures : 16.5
Tutorials : 16.5
Laboratory works : 15.0
ECTS : 3.0
The aim of this course is to introduce basic numerical methods for solving problems arising from physical, mathematical or computer modellings. The mathematical theory of these methods will be associated with practical implementations in Scilab of real life applications.
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This course examines the usual elementary numerical methods. In particular we focus on the convergence of iterative methods, the error control, stability and cost of algorithms. The following chapters will be covered:
Solutions of linear systems (direct and iterative methods, eigenvalue problems).
Solutions of nonlinear equations: Newton’s method.
SESSION NORMALE : Type of exam : Written examination of 3h (E1) and a lab work in Scilab (TP). Duration : 3 h Documents authorized : handwritten notes of course and exercises. Documents forbidden : books and photocopies of books Equipment
Equipment authorized :
Equipment forbidden : all electronic devices Comment : The TD soutien is not evaluated
SESSION DE RATTRAPAGE : Type of exam : Written examination of 2h (E2) Duration : 2 h Documents authorized : NO documents, neither printed nor hand written. Documents forbidden : Equipment