Faculty of BSU

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Course topic |
Computer Mathematics |

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Specialty |
1-31 03 09 Computer mathematics and systems analysis |

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Year of study |
2 |

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Academic semester |
3 |

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Study credits |
1 |

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Lecturer |
Goloubeva Larissa L., Ph.D., Associate Professor |

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Course purposes |
Formation of students’ skills and research skills in the modern computer mathematical environment MATLAB. As a result of the training, the student must
– the ideology of the MATLAB system and the principles of working in it; GUI and system tools; data presentation formats and methods of their processing; features of building user functions; the possibility of visualizing research and formalizing research results in the form of publications;
– apply a modern mathematical apparatus in effective integration with computer mathematical tools; – create and explore mathematical, computer, simulation models of different levels of abstraction; – develop and analyze methods, algorithms, and software solutions for research topics; – use the MATLAB programming language; – analyze the results of research, build information models; – prepare materials for publication on the topics and results of ongoing research; – independently expand computer mathematical knowledge with their further use in the construction and analysis of mathematical and computer models of a wide range of theoretical and applied problems. |

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Prerequisite(s) |
Courses of disciplines “Algebra and Number Theory”, “Geometry”, “Mathematical Analysis”, “Programming Methods and Informatics”. |

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Course overview |
The purpose, characteristics, structure of the MATLAB numerical package. User interface. Built-in data types. Vectors, matrices, multidimensional arrays. Elements of programming. Scenarios, functions, variables. Fundamentals of object-oriented programming, classes and objects. High-level and descriptive graphics. Import and export of data. Tools for creating applications with a graphical user interface. Calculations in MATLAB. Data processing. |

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Recommended literature |
1. 2. 3. THE MATHWORKS: MATLAB Primer. The MathWorks Inc., Online: getstart.pdf 4. THE MATHWORKS: MATLAB Mathematics. The MathWorks Inc., Online: math.pdf 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. |

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Teaching methods |
Mixed with elements of distance learning, electronic materials. Explanatory-illustrative, reproductive, partially-search. |

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Language |
Russian |

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Forms of knowledge monitoring |
Laboratory works, homework assignments, oral surveys, short class tests, test papers. |

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The knowledge check |
Credit |