AM 213A: Numerical Linear Algebra¶
This is a class webpage where you can find the classnotes for the course. The contents herein are going to be continuously updated throughout the quarter.
TuTh 9:50 am – 11:25 am, remote instruction (see Canvas for the Zoom information)
With Prof. Dongwook Lee (dlee79 _at_ ucsc _dot_ edu)
Mon 11:00 am - 12:00 pm, remote office hour (see Canvas for the Zoom information), or
With Ian May (TA, imay1 _at_ ucsc _dot_ edu):
Wed 10:00 am – 11:00 am, remote office hour (see Canvas for the Zoom information)
Academic Honesty Policy (zero-cheating policy)¶
In all homework assignments and take-home projects (but not any timed exams), you are welcome to discuss them with your classmates and/or consult other resources. However, your final submitted reports should be of your own creative work.
Any form of cheating or dishonest academic activities in all homework assignments and exams will not be tolerated. Such students will receive a failing grade if found. Any students with such activities, if caught by the instructor, TAs or classmates, will be reported to the student’s department. Maintaining a strong level of academic honesty will be expected for all members of the class.
- General Introduction
- Lecture Notes
- Chapter 1. Introduction and Basic Tools
- Chapter 2. Solutions of Systems of Linear Equations
- Chapter 3. Solutions of Overdetermined Linear Problems (Least Squares Problems)
- Chapter 4. Eigenvalue Problems
- Chapter 5. Singular Value Decompositions
- Chapter 6. Iterative Methods for the Solutions of Lineary Systems
- Homework 0 (Posted on Thu, 1/7/21; Due 11:59 pm, Wed, 1/13/21)
- Homework 1 (Posted on Thu, 1/21/21; Due 11:59 pm, Wed, 1/27/21)
- Homework 2 (Posted on Tue, 2/2/21; Due 11:59 pm, Thu, 2/11/21)
- Homework 3 (Posted on Fri, 2/12/21; Due 11:59 pm, Mon, 2/22/21; NEW DEADLINE – 11:59 pm, Wed 2/24/21)
- Homework 4 (Posted on Mon, 3/1/21; Due 11:59 pm, Tue, 3/9/21)
- Sample Codes
- Midterm exam
- Final Project
COVID and extra accommodations:¶
If you require any extra accommodations as a result of being displaced by the continuing epidemic, please contact the instructor. While much is out of our control, we will do whatever we can to improve your learning experience in these trying times.
Students with Diabilitites:¶
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