# Numerical Programming 2 CSE ST 2013

## News

- 22nd, July: Added examination information
- 25th, June: Updated tutorial 10 with additional exercise 2.
- 18th, June: Updated tutorial 8 solution of Exercise 2c, and added a hint to tutorial 9 exercise 3a.
- 2nd, June: Updated tutorial 4 with additional self-study exercises 1c, 1d, and 1e.
- 7th, May: Added matlab codes for tutorial 2. Updated tutorial 3 with self-study exercise.

## Organizational

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

Schedule | Lecture on Monday, 12:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., room MI 02.07.023 |

Lecture on Thursday, 12:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., room MI 02.07.023 | |

Tutorial on Monday, 4:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m., room MI 01.07.023 |

## Content Overview

This course provides an overview of numerical algorithms. Topics are:- Theory and numerical methods for solving ordinary differential equations (ODEs)
- Theory and numerical methods for solving partial differential equations (PDEs)

## Lecture Notes

>> here <<## Tutorial Exercises

- Tutorial 1 - ODE - Onestep Methods
- Tutorial 2 - ODE - Runge-Kutta and Multistep Methods
- Tutorial 3 - ODE - Symplectic Methods
- Tutorial 4 - ODE - Adaptive Time-Stepping Methods
- Tutorial 5 - ODE - Miscellaneous
- Tutorial 6 - PDE - Classification
- Tutorial 7 - PDE - Finite Difference Method
- Tutorial 8 - PDE - Finite Difference Method 2
- Tutorial 9 - PDE - Finite Volume Method, geometry.m
- Tutorial 10 - PDE - Finite Element Method
- Tutorial 11 - PDE - Finite Element Method 2
- Tutorial 12 - PDE - Finite Element Method 3

## Solutions to Tutorial Exercises

- Solution to Tutorial 1 - ODE - Onestep Methods
- Solution to Tutorial 2 - ODE - Runge-Kutta and Multistep Methods, Matlab files
- Solution to Tutorial 3 - ODE - Symplectic Methods, Matlab files
- Solution to Tutorial 4 - ODE - Adaptive Time-Stepping Methods
- Solution to Tutorial 5 - ODE - Miscellaneous Methods
- Solution to Tutorial 6 - PDE - Classification
- Solution to Tutorial 7 - PDE - Finite Difference Method, Matlab files
- Solution to Tutorial 8 - PDE - Finite Difference Method 2, Matlab files
- Solution to Tutorial 9 - PDE - Finite Volume Method, Matlab files
- Solution to Tutorial 10 - PDE - Finite Element Method, Matlab files
- Solution to Tutorial 11 - PDE - Finite Element Method 2, Matlab files
- Solution to Tutorial 12 - PDE - Finite Element Method 3, Matlab files

## Examination information

- The final examination takes place on 23rd, July, 2013, from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., in room 5620.01.102 (102, Interims Hörsaal 2).
- 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 filled on both sides with your HANDwriting. No computer-printed or copied sheet is allowed! In addition, you may bring your handwritten sheet from the examination of Numerical Programming 1 (CSE) or create one from the contents of that lecture.
- 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.