Lecturer(s)


Zahrádka Jaromír, RNDr. Ph.D.

Course content

Operating of the MATLAB programing language. Imagining of numbers, vectors, matrices, basic mathematical exercises. Matrix operations, determinants. Sets of linear and nonlinear equations. 2D and 2D graphics. Mfile programing. Mathematical MATLAB functions, developing of functions. Symbolic and numeric derivations and partial derivations. Integration functions, integrals. Sums of numeral series. Regression tasks. Differential equations. Function calculator.

Learning activities and teaching methods

Methods of individual activities, Skills training
 unspecified
 13 hours per semester

Learning outcomes

To teach the students how to use the programming language MATLAB at such a level that enables the students to use the programming instrument in solving selected mathematical exercises and exercises with economic thematic. Students will be able to use the MATLAB to create 2D and 3D graphs.
Students are able to operate the MATLAB programing language.

Prerequisites

Basic mathematical knowns and skills of the mathematics of the middle schools and mathematics of the subject AMT1.

Assessment methods and criteria

Student performance assessment
Assignment  active attendance at seminars and completion of all given tasks by use of MATLAB programming language.

Recommended literature


Daku, Brian L. F. MATLAB Tutor CD : learning MATLAB Superfast!. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons, 2006. ISBN 0471274690.

Higham, D. J. MATLAB guide. Philadelphia: SIAM  Society for Industrial and Application Mathematics, 2005. ISBN 9780898715781.

Leader, Jeffery J. Numerical analysis and scientific computation. Boston: Pearson Education, 2004. ISBN 0321223357.

Moler, Cleve B. Numerical computing with MATLAB. Philadelphia: SIAM  Society for Industrial and Application Mathematics, 2004. ISBN 9780898716603.
