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CADGME, Pécs, 20-23 June. 2007 Piroska B. Kis, Computer aided education of numerical methods 1 College of Dunaújváros www.duf.hu

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CADGME, Pécs, 20-23 June. 2007 Piroska B. Kis, Computer aided education of numerical methods 2 Overview Introduction Dunaújváros - College of Dunaújváros Affected students: Computer economists (BSc) Computer engineers (BSc) The themes of the subject „Numerical methods” Goals, requirements, methods Students’ attitudes toward the computer aided education Summing up

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CADGME, Pécs, 20-23 June. 2007 Piroska B. Kis, Computer aided education of numerical methods 3 College of Dunaújváros

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CADGME, Pécs, 20-23 June. 2007 Piroska B. Kis, Computer aided education of numerical methods 4 College of Dunaújváros 5300 Students Institute of Mathematics 2600 St/Y –Dept. of Mathematical Analysis –Dept. of Applied Mathematics Subjects: …. Numerical methods,… Computer Economist, BSc Computer Engineer, BSc

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CADGME, Pécs, 20-23 June. 2007 Piroska B. Kis, Computer aided education of numerical methods 5 Numerical methods – Computer Economic BSc SemesterLectureExer.CreditThemesMaths 1225Analysis I. Fundamental conceptions. Series. Functions (containing one variable). Differential calculus. Integral calculus. Functions (containing more variable). 6.6% 2225Introduction into the Computer Science I.: In. Linear algebra 322+25Technical mathematics I. Probability. Mathematical statistics. Usage of MATLAB program package. Numerical methods.

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CADGME, Pécs, 20-23 June. 2007 Piroska B. Kis, Computer aided education of numerical methods 6 Numerical methods – Computer Engineer BSc SemesterLectureExer.CreditThemesMaths 1225Analysis I. Fundamental conceptions. Series. Functions (containing one variable). Differential calculus. 10% 2225Introduction into the Computer Science I.: In. Linear algebra 2225Analysis II. Integral calculus. Functions (containing more variable). Differential equations. 322+25Technical mathematics I. Probability. Mathematical statistics. Usage of MATLAB program package. Numerical methods.

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CADGME, Pécs, 20-23 June. 2007 Piroska B. Kis, Computer aided education of numerical methods 7 The themes of Numerical methods LecturePC laboratory 1. Approximate solution of set of linear equations. Error-analysis. Approximate solution of set of linear equations. 2. Interpolation and extrapolation. Numerical derivation. Interpolation and extrapolation. Numerical derivation. 3. Numerical integration. Approximate solution of nonlinear equations. Numerical integration. Approximate solution of nonlinear equations. 4. Approximate solutions of ordinary differential equations. Evaluation of functions. Approximate solutions of ordinary differential equations. Evaluation of functions.

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CADGME, Pécs, 20-23 June. 2007 Piroska B. Kis, Computer aided education of numerical methods 8 Goals – Requirements Introduction to the numerical methods Knowledge of the main areas of the numerical methods Calculation, approximate calculation – using computer Realizations of algorithms – using computer Usage of software tools for solutions of the problems (MATLAB)

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CADGME, Pécs, 20-23 June. 2007 Piroska B. Kis, Computer aided education of numerical methods 9 Teaching methods Lectures, books, exercise book, Practices in PC laboratory – directing by lecturer –Calculations – using computer –Realizations of algorithms – using a program package –Usage of some supplies of a program package (MATLAB) –Using websites (for example: www. library. cornell.edu/nr www.wikipedia.huwww.wikipedia.hu, www.wikipedia.org

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CADGME, Pécs, 20-23 June. 2007 Piroska B. Kis, Computer aided education of numerical methods 10 Students’ attitudes toward the computer aided education Each student works by oneself (in PC laboratory –lecturer-help) Rapid response about the work The result of the works is visible / „measurable”, (Usage of less or more help) each student is successful The course is rather difficult, but each student gets a real sense of achievement, therefore the students receive/accept the course favourably

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CADGME, Pécs, 20-23 June. 2007 Piroska B. Kis, Computer aided education of numerical methods 11 Summing up Changing of teaching methods +Usage of the facilities of the computer program packages / software tools +Usage of electronic libraries

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CADGME, Pécs, 20-23 June. 2007 Piroska B. Kis, Computer aided education of numerical methods 12 Dunaújváros www.duf.hu

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CADGME, Pécs, 20-23 June. 2007 Piroska B. Kis, Computer aided education of numerical methods 13 Thank You for Your attention!

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