TMA4195 Mathematical Modelling - Fall 2013


Welcome to TMA4195 !

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  • 02.01.2014:
  • 17.12.
    • Project grades and (very brief) comments
      • see 'Modeling Project' in the left menu.
  • 21.11.
    • Week 47 (last week of teaching!)
      • we looked at previous relevant exam problems,
        • Exam 2009: Problem 3; Exam 2010: Problem 1,2,3; Exam 2011: Problem 4.
    • Final curriculum
      • See 'Curriculum' under 'General information' in the left menu.
    • Exam language:
      • English only (lectures and all written material has been in English).
        You may answer in English or Norwegian as you like.
    • Slides:
      • All slides of 2013 can be found here.
  • 15.10.
    • Lecture notes on Boundary value problems for conservations laws posted under 'Notes' in the left menu.
  • 01.10.
    • Project registration deadline today!!! You must register to take the project.
  • 20.9.
    • Week 39: Self-study of population models
      • Read chapter on Dynamic Population Models in compendium.
      • Extra homework problems in Exercise 6.
      • Relevant for the exam …
  • 3.9.
    • Compendium available at math. department (IMF) office at 7th floor SB2.
  • 27.8.
Exercises:

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

  • Problem sets will be available Wedensdays before the problem session - or earlier.
  • Solutions will be available Fridays after problem session.

Other homework:

  • 15.10.: Review the solution of the heat equation using Fourier transform
    • e.g. Kreyszig Advanced Engineering Mathematics 9th ed. sec. 12.6
  • 7.10.: Read section 3.2 in Krogstad: Models based on conservation principles (see compendium or online)
  • 18.9.: Read slides on quencing reaction (see 'Notes' in left menu)
  • 6.9.: Read chp. 8 in Lin and Segel (see compendium)
  • 10.9.:
    • Read slides on kidney modeling (see 'Notes' in left menu)
    • For next week: Read if necessay about linear ODEs, critical points and stability (Kreyszig (9th ed.) chp. 4.3-4.5).
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12:15 - 13:00   Lecture EL4 
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14:15 - 15:00 Lecture F6   
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16:15 - 17:00 Exercises F6 (B1 in weeks 39-43)   
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2014-08-11, Espen Robstad Jakobsen