Computational Mathematics

Computational mathematics

Years: 
II
Semesters: 
III
IV
Credits: 
7.50

This course introduces numerical techniques which are fundamental to a large class of computational problems in electronics. This discipline is designed to help students understand peculiarities, limitations and adaptation of numerical techniques for electronics problems. Students will gain experience of: selection of appropriate numerical method for given task guaranteeing proper requirements for its application to ensure convergence and stability; estimation of computation uncertainties; elaboration of algorithms for selected methods and software implementation; adaptation of complex software for given task.

Irina Golubeva

Assistant Professor, Ph.D.
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