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#### Final Exam time and place

- Time: May. 8 (Thursday), 2014. 10:00-11:50 AM.
- Place: MSCS 509 (usual class meeting place).
- More information about final schedule is here.
- There will be extra office hours on May. 7, 2-4pm.

Prerequisites: 3013, and 4513 or CS 4513. Advanced machine computing, algorithms, analysis of rounding errors, condition, convergence, and stability applied to direct and iterative solution of linear systems of equations, linear least squares problems, and algebraic eigenvalue problems, including LU and QR factorization, conjugate gradients, QR algorithm, and Lanczos method.**Course description:**(syllabus)

See Syllabus Attachment for university-wide rules regarding dropping a course, academic integrity, free tutoring, and office of student disability services.

**Instructor:**Yanqiu Wang- Office: 441 MATH (405-744-5698)
- Office Hour: MWF 1:30-2:30pm or by appointment.
- Email:
*yqwang (AT) math.okstate.edu*

**Textbook:**- Numerical Linear Algebra, L.N. Trefethen and D. Bau, SIAM, 1997.
**Supplementary reading:**

**Classroom and time:**Sec Classroom Time 001 TTh 10:30-11:45am MSCS 509 **Grading Policy:**- 5 homework, 20 points each (100pts);
- One mid-term Exam (100pts);
- Final Exam (150pts): comprehensive;
- The Total is 350 pts: A (>=90%), B (>=80%), C (>=70%), D (>=60%).

**Make-up Policy:**- Make-ups for exams will only be allowed for an authorized absence under University Regulations. Normally a written note is required. Student should contact the instructor to schedule a make-up by the end of the next working day after the missed exam.
- There is NO make-up for homework assignments. You sacrifice 5 points per day for each late homework assignment.

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- Homework 1, due 2/4/2014.
- Homework 2, due 2/20/2014.
- Homework 3, due 3/25/2014.
- Homework 4, due 4/3/2014.
- Homework 5, due 4/24/2014.

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- Midterm exam, March 4, 2014.

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- You need Adobe Reader to open some of the above links.
- If you do not have access to Matlab, try Octave

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