Class meets Monday and Wednesday from 1:00-1:50 in Lind 204 and Friday from 1:00 to 3:50 in Lind 113.
Required text: "MATLAB: An Introduction with Applications (5th ed.)" by Amos Gilat.
Homework policy: You may work together to figure things out and share ideas, but each student must prepare their own Mathematica notebook or Matlab files with detailed comments.
chapters from first edition available on Canvas
Matlab: An Introduction with Applications, fifth edition
|Online Reference (available through the CWU library only)|
Fortran 95 Handbook
Adams et al, editors
MIT Press, 1997
Mathematica for Physics, Second Edition,
Robert Zimmerman and Fredrick Olness
Addison Wesley, 2002
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