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MATH 558 B1 - Methods of Applied Mathematics

Campus: Urbana-Champaign

Description:

Introduction to modern methods of applied mathematics, including nondimensionalization and scaling analysis, regular and singular asymptotics, analysis of multiscale systems, and analysis of complex systems. Each technique is illustrated with applications from science and engineering. The mathematical frameworks will include ordinary, partial and stochastic differential equations, point processes, and Markov chains. Course Information: Prerequisite: Undergraduate background in ODEs, PDEs, and probability theory (MATH 441, MATH 442, and MATH 461, or equivalents), or consent of instructor.

Special Instructions:

Undergraduate students may register with approval. For more information go to room 313 AH. Students from the following programs must contact the Director of Graduate Studies in Mathematics to request permission to register for the course: Restricted to Graduate - Urbana-Champaign. Not intended for MS:Economics:Policy Econ -UIUC, MS:Economics:Policy Econ -UIUC, MS: Financial Engineering, MENG:Mechanical Enginerng-UIUC, MENG:Elec & Computer Eng-UIUC, or MENG:Engineering:Comp Eng-UIUC

Academic Program Restrictions:

MS: Financial Engineering

Option 1

Number of Required Visit(s): 0

Course Level: Graduate

Credit: 4

Term(s): Fall


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