Numerical Methods

date: 2018-01-13
revised: 2018-01-19
status: incomplete

This page accompanies Math 428: Numerical Methods as taught by Lyudmyla Barannyk (Spring 2018 through the University of Idaho). I dragged this course well into the summer. Notebook here.

Course text

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Algorithm design and interpretation

Here’re notes from a survey of SICP for designing and interpreting algorithms.

I referenced the open courseware version of MIT 6.001.

I loaded joeltg’s mit-scheme-kernel into a jupyter notebook for REPL‘n.

(Seems that SICP is a canonical starting point for folks with some math background. I’m thinking about the course as a complement to numerical analysis. I want to have a high level view of computing if I’m going to grind away implementing numerical methods.)


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