Department of Computing Science Umeå University


Matrix Computations and Applications, Fall 10


Front Page

Short Course Description
Lecturers and Assistants
Examination
A Note on Study Technique

Schedule and Assistance
Planning and Readings

Literature
Exercises
Video Lectures by G. Strang
MATLAB-codes from the Book
MATLAB Tutorial A, B, C, D

Mandatory assignments
Guide to Computer Usage
Assignment 1
Assignment 2 (babies.m)
Assignment 3 (teknat09.mat)
Assignment 4
Assignment 5
Results

Previous Exams
Sign up for Examination
Course Evaluation

Information

Matrix Computations and Applications is one of the four compulsory courses in the Masters Programme "Computational Science & Engineering" (Swedish: "Beräkningsteknik").

Note that this year the course Matrix Computations and Virtual Spaces (Matrisberäkningar och Virtuella Rum 5DV014) has been merged with Matrix Computations and Applications (this course).

News

2010-11-12 Collecting assignments published (links in the menu). Due date: January 7, 2011 at 13:00.
2010-11-09 Sign this form and give it to Yvonne at Studentexpeditionen to accept the grade 3.
2010-10-22 You are not allowed to bring any aids to the exam (no book, no calculator).
2010-10-22 Remember to sign up for the exam. Use the link on the left.
2010-10-14 Assignment 5 is now open. The deadline is given here.
2010-09-24 Assignment 4 is now open. The deadline is given here.
2010-09-24 Assignment 3 is now open. The deadline is given here.
2010-09-08 Assignment 2 is now open. The deadline is given here.
2010-09-02 Assignment 1 is now open. The deadline is given here.
2010-08-30 All students must register for the course. Please, visit Yvonne Löwstedt at Dept. of Computing Science, Room Plan 4, MIT-huset, C420 as soon as possible.
2010-08-23: Welcome to the course Matrix Computations and Applications! The schedule, planning and reading pages are updated today.
2010-03-22: Mail archive
2010-03-22: The home-page is initiated!


Below you find links to some info. concerning rules and what you have to obey.
Regulations and Policy for Computing Science at Umeå University
Policy for obligatory exercises
Advice on how to write reports for obligatory exercises
University regulations
Honour code
Computer-use contract (that you have signed and agreed to follow)


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