Computer Engineering 3SK3
Academic year 2012-2013, term 2
Only one cheat-sheet (letter-size, both sides) and the standard McMaster calculator are allowed in the final exam.
More exercise questions are in
Textbook: “Numerical Methods for Engineers, Sixth edition”, by S. C. Chapra and R. P. Canale, McGraw Hill, 2010.
Q13.2 (ed.5) (answer x = 0.91692)
Q13.3 (ed.5) (the 3rd estimate x* = 0.9443)
Q13.5 (ed.5) (the result after three iterations is x*=1.047716)
Q13.11 (ed.5) (x = -0.5867)
Q14.2 (ed.5) ()
answer for (b) is
Q14.6 (ed.5) (one iteration suffices to converge)
Yes more sample questions:
17.4 ed.5 (17.3 ed.6), 17.9 ed.5 (17.8 ed.6), 17.13 ed.5 (17.12 ed.6), 17.14 ed.5, 17.16 ed.5 (17.18 ed.6)
18.5 ed.5 (18.6 ed.6), 18.7 ed.5 (18.7 ed.6)
21.1, 21.2 (both ed.5 and ed.6)
22.1, 22.3 (both ed.5 and ed.6)
23.1, 23.3, 23.4 (both ed.5 and ed.6)
Project (Phase I) marks 3sk3\3sk3_project 1_marks.pdf
Course Project (Phase II) 3sk3\Project-3SK3 phaseII.pdf
Current Standing based on available marks
TA Office hours:
Monday ITB A302, 2~4pm., M. Sheikh Zefreh, email@example.com
Tuesday ITB A202, 1~3pm., X. Jiang, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday ITB A302, 2~4pm., Shokouh Mostofi
Friday ITB A302, 12:30~2:30 pm., M. Mohseni
Assignment 1 (Due January 21, 2013):
Prove the following two definitions of machine precision are equivalent.
1. Machine precision is the maximum relative error.
2. Machine precision is the smallest number e such that fl(1+e)>1.
Assignment 2 assignment2_2013.pdf （Due January 31，2013）
Course Project (Phase I) 3sk3\Project1-2013.pdf
Midterm: Tues March 12, 7:00-9:00pm, T28-001
Instructor: Xiaolin Wu, ITB-A315
Lectures: 3 hours/week
Tutorial: 1 hour/week
· Roots of Equations
· Linear Algebraic Equations
· Optimization Techniques
· Data Fitting
· Numerical Differentiation and Integration
· Differential Equations
Format: The course consists of class lecture sessions, tutorial session and a laboratory component. The lab component of the course consists of programming assignments and two small projects that students can do on their own time schedule.