Introduction to Numerical Analysis
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Introduction to Numerical Analysis

Learn the "Introduction to Numerical Analysis" in Five Weeks Only.
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Published 6/2013
English
Price: Free
Includes:
  • 7 hours on-demand video
  • 10 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand the error analysis and its applications in computational methods.
  • Solve a system of linear equations using several methods such as Bisection Method, Fixed-Point Iteration Method and Newton’s Method.
  • Use the interpolation and polynomial approximation to develop numerical methods and algorithms.
  • Use the direct methods for solving linear equations.
  • The ability to use computer software such as Maple to apply several numerical methods and approximations.
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Requirements
  • Basics of Linear Algebra
  • The desire to learn
Description

In this course, you will be Introduced to several methods of numerical approximation such as error analysis, root finding, interpolation, polynomial approximation and the direct methods for solving linear equations.

During five weeks of the course, you will be learning these methods and compare them as well.

The course is divided into five weeks where each week you will find a set of video lectures posted with a PDF version of lecture notes as well.

You are welcome to take this course if you want to learn and study the numerical analysis methods.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is intended for anyone who had a little bit of linear algebra background and the desire to learn
  • If you do not have linear algebra background, Don't worry because I will give a review for linear algebra
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Curriculum For This Course
27 Lectures
07:20:32
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Week 1: Mathematical Preliminaries and Error Analysis
6 Lectures 01:13:27
In this lecture, you will be introduced to the description of the "Introduction to Numerical Analysis" Course including course prerequisite, textbook, supplemental material, course objectives, course schedule, course grading, quizzes, course certificates and contact information.
Course Introduction
05:47

In this lecture, you will be given an introduction to the definition of numerical analysis, types of solution in mathematics, numerical analysis computer software and overview about number systems.
Mathematical Preliminaries
25:45

In this lecture, you will be given an introduction to the floating-point arithmetic (FPA) definition including several
examples and their solutions using number systems.
Floating-Point Arithmetic
22:10

In this lecture, you will be introduced to several errors in mathematics such as converting error, overflow error, underflow error and round-off error with the examples of the ways of performing termination for these errors.
Error Analysis
19:45

This problem set 1 is a review for the material of week 1 and quiz 1.

I highly recommend you to solve this problem set 1 before attempting to solve QUIZ 1.

GOOD LUCK!

Problem Set 1
1 page

After you are done with solving the problem set 1, please review your answers with the given solutions in order to learn from your mistakes. Then, please solve QUIZ 1.

GOOD LUCK!

Problem Set 1 Solutions
1 page

In this quiz, you will have 10 different multiple-choice questions which are based on the material of week 1.
Each question is worth 2% which means that 10 questions are worth 20%, you are allowed to attempt this
quiz till five times , and the only maximum one will be taken into account in final grade of this quiz.

During the quiz, feel free to use the course material to answer the questions. GOOD LUCK!.

Mathematical Preliminaries and Error Analysis
10 questions
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Week 2: Solutions of Equations in One Variable
5 Lectures 01:56:37
In this lecture, you will be introduced to some basics of maple 11 such as how to write a mathematical equation or function using maple 11 in order to find the derivative of it, plot it and solve it to find the roots/zeros.
Introduction to Maple 11
17:20

In this lecture, you will be introduced to several methods used in solving equations in one variable such as bisection method, secant method and false position method. Several examples, proofs, theorems and comparison of each method in terms of advantages and disadvantages will be given in each method.
Solutions of Equations in One Variable (Part I)
55:35

In this lecture, you will be also introduced to two other methods used in solving equations in one variable such as newton method and fixed-point iteration method. Several examples, proofs, theorems and comparison of each method in terms of advantages and disadvantages will be given in each method.
Solutions of Equations in One Variable (Part II)
43:42

This problem set 2 is a review for the material of week 2 and quiz 2.

I highly recommend you to solve this problem set 5 before attempting to solve QUIZ 2.

GOOD LUCK!

Problem Set 2
2 pages

After you are done with solving the problem set 2, please review your answers with the given solutions in order to learn from your mistakes. Then, please solve QUIZ 2.

GOOD LUCK!

Problem Set 2 Solutions
2 pages

In this quiz, you will have 10 different multiple-choice questions which are based on the material of week 2.
Each question is worth 2% which means that 10 questions are worth 20%, you are allowed to attempt this
quiz till five times , and the only maximum one will be taken into account in final grade of this quiz.

During the quiz, feel free to use the course material to answer the questions. GOOD LUCK!.

Solutions of Equations in One Variable
10 questions
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Week 3: Interpolation and Polynomial Approximation
5 Lectures 01:07:46
In this lecture, you will be introduced to the definition of linear interpolation and its applications. Then, several steps for using linear interpolation and linear interpolation methods will be given in this lecture.
Linear Interpolation
11:02

In this lecture, you will be given an example about the first linear interpolation method which is called "solving a System of Equations".
Solving a System of Equations
17:34

In this lecture, you will be introduced to the second method used in linear interpolation which is called "Lagrange Polynomials", and how to use it to approximate any value not available in the table of data. In addition, you will be introduced to the Lagrange Polynomials Error Formula with examples.
Lagrange Polynomials
39:10

This problem set 3 is a review for the material of week 3 and quiz 3.

I highly recommend you to solve this problem set 3 before attempting to solve QUIZ 3.

GOOD LUCK!

Problem Set 3
1 page

After you are done with solving the problem set 3, please review your answers with the given solutions in order to learn from your mistakes. Then, please solve QUIZ 3.

GOOD LUCK!

Problem Set 3 Solutions
1 page

In this quiz, you will have 10 different multiple-choice questions which are based on the material of week 3.
Each question is worth 2% which means that 10 questions are worth 20%, you are allowed to attempt this
quiz till five times , and the only maximum one will be taken into account in final grade of this quiz.

During the quiz, feel free to use the course material to answer the questions. GOOD LUCK!.

Interpolation and Polynomial Approximation
10 questions
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Week 4: Spline Interpolation
5 Lectures 01:17:34
In this lecture, you will be introduced to spline interpolation in general and linear splines in particular. Then, you will given an example about linear spline interpolation, and how to use Maple 11 to solve it.
Linear Spline Interpolation
29:00

In this lecture, you will be introduced to quadratic splines. Then, you will given an example about quadratic spline interpolation, and how to use Maple 11 to solve it.
Quadratic Spline Interpolation
29:46

In this lecture, you will be introduced to cubic splines. Then, you will given an example about cubic spline interpolation, and how to use Maple 11 to solve it.
Cubic Spline Interpolation
18:48

This problem set 4 is a review for the material of week 4 and quiz 4.

I highly recommend you to solve this problem set 4 before attempting to solve QUIZ 4.

GOOD LUCK!

Problem Set 4
3 pages

After you are done with solving the problem set 4, please review your answers with the given solutions in order to learn from your mistakes. Then, please solve QUIZ 4.

GOOD LUCK!

Problem Set 4 Solutions
4 pages

In this quiz, you will have 10 different multiple-choice questions which are based on the material of week 4.
Each question is worth 2% which means that 10 questions are worth 20%, you are allowed to attempt this
quiz till five times , and the only maximum one will be taken into account in final grade of this quiz.

During the quiz, feel free to use the course material to answer the questions. GOOD LUCK!.

Spline Interpolation
10 questions
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Week 5: Direct Methods for Solving Linear Equations
6 Lectures 01:24:08
In this lecture, you will be introduced to gaussian elimination method with a review to linear algebra and how to use this direct method to solve a system nXm of linear equations.
Gaussian Elimination Method
28:54

In this lecture, you will be first given a review about the determinant in linear algebra and how to find it. Then, you will be introduced to cramer's rule and how to use it to solve a system nXm of linear equations.
Cramer's Rule
32:42

In this lecture, you will be introduced to pivoting strategies such as gaussian elimination with partial pivoting and how to use this direct method to solve a system nXm of linear equations.
Pivoting Strategies
20:48

This problem set 5 is a review for the material of week 5 and quiz 5.

I highly recommend you to solve this problem set 5 before attempting to solve QUIZ 5.

GOOD LUCK!

Problem Set 5
3 pages

After you are done with solving the problem set 5, please review your answers with the given solutions in order to learn from your mistakes. Then, please solve QUIZ 5.
GOOD LUCK!
Problem Set 5 Solutions
3 pages

In this quiz, you will have 10 different multiple-choice questions which are based on the material of week 5 + General Course Questions.
Each question is worth 2% which means that 10 questions are worth 20%, you are allowed to attempt this
quiz till five times , and the only maximum one will be taken into account in final grade of this quiz.

During the quiz, feel free to use the course material to answer the questions. GOOD LUCK!.

Direct Methods for Solving Linear Equations + General Course Questions
10 questions

In this lecture, you will given a summary of all topics discussed in the introduction to numerical analysis course, and the other topics that will be discussed in the next version of the course.
Course Conclusion
01:44
About the Instructor
Mohammed K A Kaabar
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Mohammed Kaabar received Master of Science in Mathematics and Bachelor of Science in Theoretical Mathematics from Washington State University (WSU), Pullman, WAm USA. He is a former lab instructor and math tutor at the Math Learning Center (MLC) at Washington State University, Pullman. He is the author of (A Friendly Introduction to Differential Equations) and (A First Course in Linear Algebra) Books, and his research interests are numerical analysis, differential equations, linear algebra, and real analysis. He is an invited Technical Program Committee (TPC) member in many conferences such as ICECCS 14, ENCINS 15, eQeSS 15, SSCC 15, ICSoEB 15, CCA 14, WSMEAP 14, EECSI 14, JIEEEC 13 and WCEEENG 12. He is an editor for the American Mathematical Society (AMS) Blog, and he is also a certified peer reviewer and member of the math editorial board at Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT) which is a program of the California State University System partnering with education institutions, professional societies, and industry.