TMA4195 Mathematical Modelling - Fall 2012



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  • Continuation exam did take place Monday 12.8.2013.
  • Exam 12.12.2012: Problems and suggested solutions.
    • There were some differences between the bokmÃ¥l text and the other texts in problem 6b.
      This will be taken into into account so that your grades will not suffer.
  • 12.10.
    • Conservation laws and boundary conditions are not covered in the compendium, but in this separate note.
  • 04.09.
    • Compendium now available at department office (IMF) at 7th floor SB2.

Solving exercises is an integral part of this course! Make sure that you to the homework problems.

  • Self-study week 24.09. - 28.09
  • Past homework:
    • (19.10.) Read about solving the heat equation with the Fourier transform (e.g. Keryszig (9th ed.) chp 12.6)
    • (11.10.) Read Krogstad Part 3, section 3.2 Generalizations of the Kinetic Theory
    • (14.09.) Repeat linear systems of ODEs, equilibrium points, and stability.
      If this is new to you, read e.g.Kreyszig (9th edition) chp. 4.3-4.5 (3.3-3-5 in 8th ed.)
    • (04.09.) Read the slides on kidney modeling and the chapter 3.3 in part 1 of Krogstad's lecture note.
    • (04.09.) Repeat quickly the theory of 2nd order differential equations with constant coefficients including inhomogeneous equations (Mathematics 3 or equivalent).
    • (24.08.) Read the 'Content and Idea' page (see left menu)
      and in particular Krogstads 2009 presentation on Mathematical Modeling (top of the page)
  • Problem sets will be available Fridays before the problem session - or earlier.
  • Solutions will be available Mondays after problem session.
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08:15 - 09:00    Lecture F2
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12:15 - 13:00   Lecture F2 
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18:15 - 19:00 Exercises F2   
2013-08-12, Espen Robstad Jakobsen