CSS Menu Maker Css3Menu.com       Previous Terms: T141 Term 182 Calendar: here Course Syllabus: here   MATH 371 (321): Introduction to Numerical Computing Recommended Text: “Numerical Analysis” by Richard L. Burden, J. Douglas Faires 10th (2011)  General Information §  Grading Policy: o   Homework, Assignments (15% +15%) o   Majors I and II (20% +20%) o   Final  (The Final Exam is comprehensive) (30%) §  Office Hours: UTR, 10:00-10:50 am                         UT, 12:10-1:00 pm §  Office: 203-6 Building 5,      §  Email §  Web page: For course content (Notes, HWs, Quizzes, ...), go to the Blackboard. : https://blackboard.kfupm.edu.sa/   Numerical methods with Matlab - online books: C. Moler, Numerical Computing with MATLAB, MathWorks, 2008 L. N. Trefethen, A. Birkisson, and T. A. Driscoll, Exploring ODEs, SIAM, 2018 L. Brin, Tea Time Numerical Analysis, Southern Connecticut State University, 2016 A. Downey, Physical Modeling in MATLAB, Green Tea Press, 2014 T. Young and M. J. Mohlenkamp, Introduction to Numerical Methods and Matlab Programming for Engineers,Ohio University Athens, 2017 Matlab tutorials: Matlab Primer, 2017 Matlab Academy, R. L. Spencer and M. Ware, Introduction to Matlab, 2017 Wikibooks, MATLAB Programming, 2017 P. Getreuer, Writing Fast MATLAB Code, P. Getreuer, Writing MATLAB C/MEX Code,       HW1: Due next Sunday 2o/1: Sec.1.1:  13 (apply P_ instead of Sec.1.2: 4-c, 7-c, 13  Sec.1.3: 2-a (use three-digit instead), 6-b, 15-a and b, Discussion Question#6-a   HW2: HW3: HW4: HW5:       Old Exam Link: