There will be two projects accompanying the lecture. Both will be part of the final grade.
The projects will be handed out as Jupiter notebooks.
The theoretical questions should be answered within the notebook. You can use
$…$ to type mathematical equations as well as
$$…$$ for displayed equations.
For the programming part, the default programming language will be Python, but if you prefer Matlab or Julia – both are available in Jupyter notebooks as well. You can also use those language to do the assignments.
A first smaller project (10% of final grade) to be solved individually.
A second, larger project (20% of the final grade), to be solved in groups of (up to) three students.