MAPL/CMSC 667, Section 0101 - Bo Li

MAPL/CMSC 667: Numerical Analysis (II)

Spring semester, 2001

Instructor: Bo Li

The two-semester course series, MAPL/CMSC 666 and MAPL/CMSC 667, is a graduate level introduction on numerical analysis. Its primary subject matter is the mathematical analysis of numerical methods in scientific and engineering computing. Topics to be covered in this course series include approximation and interpolation of functions, numerical integration, numerical linear algebra, systems of nonlinear algebraic equations, numerical optimization, and numerical solutions of ordinary and partial differential equations. This course series serves to prepare beginning graduate students for the numerical analysis qualifying exam.

General Course Information (textbook, office hours, homework, exams, grading, etc.)
Review Outline (only for MAPL/CMSC 667)
A Tentative Course Outline: PDF (for both MAPL/CMSC 666 and MAPL/CMSC 667)
A List of References: PDF file (for both MAPL/CMSC 666 and MAPL/CMSC 667)
Homework Assignments
syllabus for numerical Analysis qualifying exam
UMCP academic calendar
Department of Mathematics
University of Maryland at College Park

Last updated by Bo Li on August 29, 2000.