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Conway Functional Analysis Homework Solutions
this course covers basic tools used in analysis of functions of two variables, including multivariate polynomial functions, multi-variable trigonometric functions, rational functions, algebraic functions, inverse functions, linear systems of equations, systems of linear equations, quadratic equations, logarithmic functions, exponential functions, and basic functions. mathematics majors should also take courses in functional analysis before attempting this course.
this course is aimed to introduce the basics of numerical analysis of differential equations. the course emphasizes the study of theoretical aspects of numerical methods, the theory of errors, and quantitative analysis of the errors.
this course provides an introduction to probability and the basic of numerical analysis. the fundamental theorems in numerical analysis, the underlying practical mathematics used in the development of numerical methods are briefly covered.
examine the mathematical background of numerical integration, in particular the design of numerical methods, the development and implementation of algorithms, error analysis, accuracy, stability, and the relationships among these subjects.
this course is aimed to introduce the study of numerical analysis of differential equations. we will first cover the differentiability theory of differential equations and fractional calculus. the second part is the study of the numerical methods for the solution of these equations. the third part concerns the error analysis. we will then move to the study of numerical integration. finally, we will cover some practical problems in numerical analysis, for example, the development of numerical integration algorithms, the comparison of different numerical methods, and the establishment of error bounds, as well as the numerical computation of fourier series and laplace transforms.
linear spaces, subspaces. linear dependence, linear independence; span, basis, dimension, isomorphism. quotient spaces. linear functionals, dual spaces. linear mappings, null space, range, fundamental theorem of linear algebra. underdetermined systems of linear equations. composition, inverse, transpose of linear maps, algebra of linear maps. similarity transformations. matrices, matrix multiplication, matrix inverse, matrix representation of linear maps, determinant, laplace expansion, cramer’s rule.
a free, online-based functional programming environment was built in python using the functional programming language agda. a large majority of the school’s interactive, online coursework is implemented via the free, online-based learning tool, moodle. this course incorporates coding as a prerequisite to the understanding of the material. the course description is found here.
description: this course is the first in a series of three. as part of that series, it is the second course to be offered to undergraduate geophysical fluid dynamics majors. its main goal is to prepare students for the first of the courses that will follow this one, which is a sort of “mini-master’s” program in the discipline of geophysical fluid dynamics. it will require a full year to complete. the intent is for the student to graduate with the knowledge and skills to take a 6-credit-hour mini-master’s program in geophysical fluid dynamics the year following this first year, if desired. as the series progresses, the demands on this first course will be raised, the program will grow in size, and the teaching will better focus on topics relevant to a bachelor’s degree program. for this reason, students’ expectations of what is covered in the course should be reasonable, and they should expect to have to do their own work.