PHYS 333 - Computational Methods
A study of fundamental computational techniques used in modeling real-world phenomena. Introduces linear systems and proceeds to curve fitting, least squares, and iterative techniques. Includes numerical differentiation, integration, and differential equation solution techniques. Employs high-level programming tools commonly found in industry and academia. Same as ENGR 333 ;Credit will be given for only one of these courses.
Prerequisites: ENGR 104 AND MATH 223 AND MATH 327
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
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