# Numerical Programming 1 (CSE) WS 2012

## News

- Added exam with solutions - 27th, Feb, 2013
- Added old exams with solutions - 12th, Feb, 2013
- Added tutorial solutions (up to current worksheet) - 28th, Jan, 2013
- Added examination information. - 11th, Jan, 2013
- More changes in second lecture time and room (see schedule). - 25th, Oct, 2012
- Changes in lecture and tutorial rooms and schedule (see schedule). - 24th, Oct, 2012
- The first tutorial on Monday, October the 22nd, will be a lecture. - 17th, Oct, 2012
- The lecture on Tuesday, October the 30th, will be a tutorial (in addition to the one on 29th). - 17th, Oct, 2012

## Organizational

Lecturer | Prof. Dr. Miriam Mehl |
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Tutor | M. Sc. Bernhard Gatzhammer |

Schedule | Lecture on Tuesday, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m., room 019, LMU Hörsaal im Physik Werkstattgebäude (5123.EG.019) |

Lecture on Thursday, 11:45 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., room 0608m, Otto-Lilienthal-Hörsaal (5506.EG.608M) | |

Tutorial on Monday, Group A, 12:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., room MI 02.07.023 | |

Tutorial on Monday, Group B, 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m., room MI 03.08.011 |

## Content Overview

This course provides an overview of numerical algorithms. Topics are:- Floating point arithmetics
- Solving Linear systems
- Interpolation
- Quadrature
- Eigenvalue problems
- Basics of iterative methods
- Basics of numerical methods for ordinary differential equations

## Lecture Notes

- Introduction
- Part 1 - Essentials
- Part 2 - Linear Algebra
- Part 3 - Calculus
- Part 4 - Stochastics and Statistics
- Part 5 - Floating Point Numbers & Arithmetics
- Part 6 - Condition & Stability
- Part 7 - Interpolation I
- Part 8 - Interpolation II
- Part 9 - Quadrature I
- Part 10 - Quadrature II
- Part 11 - Direct Methods for SLE I
- Part 12 - Direct Methods for SLE II
- Weihnachtsvorlesung - Christmas Mess
- Part 13 - Iterative Methods for SLE I
- Part 14 - Iterative Methods for SLE II
- Part 15 - Iterative Methods for SLE III
- Part 16 - Iterative Methods for SLE - Nonlinear
- Part 17 - Eigenvalues
- Part 18 - Eigenvalues II
- Part 19 - Hardware Aware Numerics

## Tutorial Exercises

- Tutorial 1 - Linear Algebra (due on 29th, Oct, 2012)
- Tutorial 2 - Calculus 1D (due on 30th, Oct, 2012)
- Tutorial 3 - Calculus nD (due on 5th, Nov, 2012)
- Tutorial 4 - Stochastics and Statistics, (Standard Normal Table
^{}) (due on 12th, Nov, 2012) - Tutorial 5 - Floating Point Numbers & Condition (due on 18th, Nov, 2012)
- Tutorial 6 - Interpolation I (due on 26th, Nov, 2012)
- Tutorial 7 - Interpolation II (due on 3rd, Dec, 2012)
- Tutorial 8 - Quadrature (Ex. 1-3 due on 10th, Dec, 2012; Ex. 4-5 due on 17th, Dec, 2012)
- Tutorial 9 - Direct Methods for SLE (Ex. 1 due on 17th, Dec, 2012; Ex. 2-3 due on 7th, Jan, 2013)
- Tutorial 10 - Iterative Methods for SLE (due on 14th, Jan, 2013)
- Tutorial 11 - Iterative Methods for SLE II (due on 21th, Jan, 2013)
- Tutorial 12 - Eigenvalues (due on 28th, Jan, 2013)
- Tutorial 13 - Eigenvalues II (due on 4th, Feb, 2013)
- Tutorial Repetition

## Tutorial Exercise Solutions

- Solution to Tutorial 1 - Linear Algebra
- Solution to Tutorial 2 - Calculus 1D
- Solution to Tutorial 3 - Calculus nD
- Solution to Tutorial 4 - Stochastics and Statistics
- Solution to Tutorial 5 - Floating Point Numbers & Condition
- Solution to Tutorial 6 - Interpolation I
- Solution to Tutorial 7 - Interpolation II
- Solution to Tutorial 8 - Quadrature
- Solution to Tutorial 9 - Direct Methods for SLE
- Solution to Tutorial 10 - Iterative Methods for SLE
- Solution to Tutorial 11 - Iterative Methods for SLE II
- Solution to Tutorial 12 - Eigenvalues
- Solution to Tutorial 13 - Eigenvalues II
- Solution to Tutorial Repetition

## Examinations

The old examinations are meant for exercising only, but do not necessarily relate to the current exam in terms of topic and difficulty.- Exam from WS 07/08
- Exam from WS 07/08 with solutions
- Exam from WS 08/09
- Solutions to exam from WS 08/09
- Exam from WS 09/10
- Solutions to exam from WS 09/10
- Exam from WS 12/13 with solution proposals

## Examination information

- The final examination takes place on 18th, February, 2013, from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., in room 5620.01.101 Interims Hörsaal 1.
- In order to take part in the exam, you have to register for it in TUMonline.
- You are expected to be in the room AT LEAST 15 minutes before the start and you have to show an ID card with photograph on demand and have your immatriculation numberat hand. The exam will start with or without you!
- Your time to solve the exam questions will be 90 minutes.
- The only aid of help (besides pen and ruler) you are allowed to use during the exam is a DIN-A4 sheet of paper, that can be filled on both sides with your HANDwriting. No computer-printed or copied sheet is allowed!
- All other means (including cellphones) are to be removed into a bag during the exam.
- No communication (verbal or non-verbal) with other persons (besides the examiners) is allowed during the 90 minutes exam period.
- You can raise your arm (silently) when you have a question during the exam to notify the examiners.
- Failing to keep to the rules results in the grade 5.

*Part of the lecture notes and tutorials is based on material from winter 09/10 (Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Bungartz and Dr. Stefanie Schraufstetter).*