CSC 338 Topics in Computational Mathematics
Advanced. A course to develop mathematical and computational techniques in areas of mathematics or interdisciplinary study in which computation plays a central and essential role. Topics vary by semester but may include computational geometry, computer algebra, scientific computing, and symbolic computation. This course is offered alternate years. Next anticipated offerings will be fall semesters of 2011 and 2013.
Prerequisite: Computer Science 111. Some topics may have additional prerequisites.
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