AA 2013/2014

Course of Scientific Programming in C/C++

This course will introduce the student to the efficient implementation of (some) algorithm of numerical analysis. As an example of possible arguments:

  • Sort and searching.

  • LU factorization.

  • Interpolation with divided difference.

  • Conversion of number from digits to letters.

  • Runge Kutta methods.

  • Zeros of polynomials and Sturm sequence.

  • Adaptive quadrature.

All the examples are developed in C/C++ and an overview of Object Oriented programming is part of the course. Based on the needs of the audience, changes in the presented arguments and schedule can be performed.


The final evaluation will be carried out based on individual project on arguments proposed in the course.