A course that develops problem solving methodologies with structured program design and numerical techniques using MATLAB or other suitable software. These techniques include statistical analysis, Boolean operations, numerical methods, matrices. Programming assignments require students to write functions, short script files and create dynamic models using Simulink software. Symbolic solutions to various types of problems are also presented. Three class hours.
Prerequisites: MTH 211; ENR 161 with a grade of C or better, or CSC 101
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Spring Semester 2014