Holistic Numerical Methods

Transforming Numerical Methods Education for the STEM Undergraduate

 

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RESOURCES

VIDEOS

A list of more than 250 videos that encompass the course are given.

 

BOOKS

Several books written on numerical methods, programming and matrix algebra are available.

 

BY TOPIC, MAJOR AND LANGUAGE

This is the main place to get the developed resources with four languages and for seven majors .  You will find background information, text book notes on numerical methods, power point presentations, simulations, assessment tools, videos, and historical anecdotes on each of the topics.

 

BY NUMERICAL METHOD

For a numerical method, you can look at the textbook notes, videos, simulations, PowerPoint presentations, multiple choice tests, and anecdotes.

 

PHYSICAL PROBLEMS

These are the descriptions of real-life physical problems from seven different majors that result in a mathematical procedure such as nonlinear equations, interpolation, etc.  You can also follow a physical example of your choice to learn numerical methods.

 

ANECDOTES

Read the anecdotes/biographies related to numerical methods.

 

MULTIPLE-CHOICE TESTS:

Assess yourself through these multiple-choice question exams on the topics of your choice.

 

POWER POINT PRESENTATIONS

Go through PowerPoint presentations on the topics of your choice. 

 

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Forgot what you needed to know to learn numerical methods.  Learn background and get primers on the topics of your choice.

 

EXPERIMENTS

Here is a list of low-cost, low-space and low-setup time experiments for conducting numerical methods.

 

BLOG

A blog on numerical methods.

 

TWITTER

Read and follow the tweets on numerical methods.


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Copyrights: University of South Florida, 4202 E Fowler Ave, Tampa, FL 33620-5350. All Rights Reserved. Questions, suggestions or comments, contact kaw@eng.usf.edu  This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant# Creative Commons License0126793, 0341468, 0717624,  0836981, 0836916, 0836805, 1322586.  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.  Other sponsors include Maple, MathCAD, USF, FAMU and MSOE.  Based on a work at http://mathforcollege.com/nm.  Holistic Numerical Methods licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

 

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