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Tutorials and homework assignments for the lecture Optimization with Differential Equations 2 (Numerik 3)

Semester: Summer term 2016
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. H. G. Bock,
Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, secretary room 2.325
Lecture Code11MMAV0821
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Tutorials and
homework
assignments:
Dr. Sebastian F. Walter,
Im Neuenheimer Feld 205, room 2.314

The (inofficial, German) lecture script can be found here. (Last update: 26. April)

Homework assignments

Exercise classes are Mondays, 11:15h - 12:45h, in seminar room INF 205, SR C.
First exercise class is on Monday, May 2, 2016, last exercise class is Monday, July 25, 2016.

The assignment sheets are put online on Monday evenings. The solutions of the practical homework must be sent (as executable .py files) to . The theoretical exercises are discussed in the exercise class.



Homework assignments
1 sheet01.pdf
2 sheet02.pdf
3 sheet03.pdf
4 sheet04.pdf
5 sheet05.pdf
6 sheet06.pdf
7 sheet07.pdf
8 sheet08.pdf
9 sheet09.pdf
10 sheet10.pdf
11 sheet11.pdf


*.py-Files
1 sheet04_01_template.py
2 sheet04_02_template.py

Programming exercises

The programming exercises should be solved in Python using the libraries NumPy, SciPy and Matplotlib. Python + libraries are installed on the computers in the CIP-Pool. For a tutorial see for instance Quickstart Numpy or try Google.

Exams

Registration

To register for this lecture + exercise classes, please use the MUESLI system. You need to register even if you have already filled out the sheet passed in the first lecture.

Admission

Sufficient conditions for acquiring admission to take the exam are
  • regular and active attendance in tutorials,
  • presenting a solution at least twice in the semester (preferrably one theoretical and one programming exercise)

Students who can certify admission in past semesters are strongly encouraged to solve the homework assignments again, although they are not required to do so. We would like to stress that the contents of the lectures can change from year to year and from lecturer to lecturer.

Exams

The final exam takes place on Tuesday, August 2, 2016, 11:15-12:45. Where: Room SR C (same room as the exercises)
  • Please have your regular ID and your student ID at hand.
  • No electronic calculation devices are allowed (including cell phones).
  • No additional tools are allowed.
  • Only provided paper is allowed.

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