EECS 639. Introduction to Scientific Computing. 3 Hours.

A basic introduction to scientific computing and numerical analysis. Topics include linear equation solving, least squares, nonlinear equation-solving, optimization, interpolation, numerical integration and differentiation, ordinary differential equations, and the fast Fourier transform (FFT). Vectorization, efficiency, reliability, and stability of numerical algorithms will be stressed. Applications of algorithms to real-world problems, such as image processing, medicine, electronic circuits, flight trajectories, and molecular modeling, will be emphasized. Students cannot receive credit for both EECS 639 and EECS 781 or MATH 781. Prerequisite: MATH 127, MATH 290, and EECS 168 or equivalent. LEC.

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

http://catalog.ku.edu/engineering/electrical-engineering-computer-science/bs-computer-science/

...Security EECS 638 Fundamentals of Expert Systems EECS 639 Introduction to Scientific Computing EECS 647...

Master of Science in Physics

http://catalog.ku.edu/liberal-arts-sciences/physics-astronomy/ms-physics/

...MATH/EECS 781 Numerical Analysis I 3 or EECS 639 Introduction to Scientific Computing EECS...

Graduate Certificate in Computational Fluid Dynamics

http://catalog.ku.edu/engineering/aerospace-engineering/certificate-computational-fluid-dynamics/

...in odd years) EECS 639 - Introduction to Scientific Computing (Offered every Fall) EECS 739 - Parallel...