Numerical methods
Lecturer: Robert Szmurło
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Subject 3: 
Interpolation (2h) 
Subject 4: 
Approximation (2h) 
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Subject 7: 
Integration methods (4h) 
Subject 8: 
Ordinary differential equations (4h) 
Bibliography
Exemplary books (the most of books available in library with term 'electromagnetics' will be useful for this course) :
Markiewicz T., Numerical Methods, Politechnika Warszawska 2010, Numerical_Methods_T_Markiewicz.pdf
 Stoer J., Bulirsch R.: Introduction to Numerical Analysis, Springer 2002,
 Fausett L. V.: Numerical Methods: algorithms and applications, PrenticeHall 2003
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Grades
 Every week you should expect a short test (10 minutes, 5 points).
 Results of all tests (aproximatetly 50 points) will be added to the result of the final exam (100 points), and produce final note with the following formula: 1 * final_exam_points + classes_tests * 30 / 50 . (This means that the classes tests points will be scaled so they maximally produce additionally available points in the amount of 30% of the points of the final exam.) Example: If you get maximum number of points from the classes test: 50, and if you get only 21 points from the final exam as a final result you will get 51 points and you will pass.)
 To pass this course you have to collect more than 50% of available points from the final points.