Type of course: | Elective (1 of 2) |
Language of instruction: | English |
Erasmus Language of instruction: | English |
Name of lecturer: | Marcela Nicoleta Breaz |
Seminar tutor: | Adriana Bîrluțiu |
Form of education | Full-time |
Form of instruction: | Class / Seminary |
Number of teaching hours per semester: | 56 |
Number of teaching hours per week: | 4 |
Semester: | Autumn |
Form of receiving a credit for a course: | Grade |
Number of ECTS credits allocated | 6 |
I. Mathematical Software Toolboxes -general issues 1. The use of specific software in the solving of mathematical problems 2. Types of mathematical software II. Microsoft Excel spreadsheet program 1. Editing Excel formula 2. Using of Excel predefined functions 3. Mathematical Excel functions 3.1. Trigonometrical and mathematical functions 3.2. Statistical functions 4. Excel statistical charts 4.1. Creating charts 4.2. Formatting charts 4.3. Printing and interpretation of the charts 5. Practical applications in Excel III. Introduction in MATLAB 1. Working with MATLAB sessions 2. Constants, variables, predefined functions, arithmetical, logical and relational operators 3. Instructions for reading, editing and assigning 4. Commands for ‘script’ m- file 5. Instructions for flow control, branching and efficiency evaluation 6. Functions (procedures) in MATLAB IV. Mathematical functions in MATLAB 1. Basic functions in Matlab 1.1. Functions for linear algebra and matriceal calculus 1.2. Functions for elementary math and trigonometric 1.3. Functions for data analysis 1.4. Functions for polynomial calculus 1.5. Functions for numerical methods 1.6. Functions for graphics 2. Matlab specialized toolboxes 2.1. Functions for statistics 2.2. Functions for regression modeling 2.3. Functions for curves fitting 2.4. Functions for optimization 2.5. Function for equations 3. Applications in Matlab
• Using of some software products as Excel and Matlab to solve problems that requires large and hard calculation and also to simplify the way how the results are returned; • Developing of software components for interdisciplinary projects.