Objective of the course – aims of the course unit:|
To elaborate actual and to acquire more of the knowledge about the practically exploitable numerical methods of solving engineering problems with a view to electrical engineering, about the corresponding algorithms of computer solution, and about the efficient utilization of professional programs as MicroCap, PSPICE, SNAPwhere these algorithms are implemented and possibilities of using numeric methods by spreadsheet programs.
Objective of the course – learning outcomes and competences:|
Active knowledge of mathematic numerical methods of solving frequent practical problems as a precondition of effective utilization of professional programs, to which these methods are included.
The subject knowledge on the Bachelor´s degree level is requested.
Course contents (annotation):|
Interpretation of numerical methods, implemented in widely-utilized CAD programs, is given. This course covers essential methods of solving both linear and nonlinear problems. Within each group, methods are classified according to their features and practical applicability. The comment is then centred on the well proven methods. For these methods, also the MATLAB source code is available in computer exercises.
Teaching methods and criteria:|
Teaching methods depend on the type of course unit as specified in the article 7 of BUT Rules for Studies and Examinations.
Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes:|
Requirements for completion of a course are specified by a regulation issued by the lecturer responsible for the course and updated for every.
Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences:|
The content and forms of instruction in the evaluated course are specified by a regulation issued by the lecturer responsible for the course and updated for every academic year.
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ACTON, F.S.: Numerical Methods that Work. The Mathematical Association of America, Washington D.C., 1990. ISBN 0-88385-450-3.