Math 583B  Principles and Methods of Applied Mathematics
Spring 2012
Instructor:
Kevin
Lin
Office: Math 619
Course web page (this page): Office hours: see here Super TA: Stuart Kent

Here is the official course policy (last revised Mon 01/23/12).
The Fall 2011 course web page is here.
Announcements
 Homework 7 (last revised Tue 05/01/12)
 Homework 6 (last revised Sat 04/14/12)
 Homework 5 (last revised Fri 04/06/12)
 Homework 4 (last revised Fri 04/06/12)
 Homework 3 (last revised Wed 02/29/12)
 Homework 2 (last revised Wed 12/31/69)
 Homework 1 (last revised Tue 01/24/12)
Suggested References
Signals and systems
I will hand out some notes in class. As we are not going to delve very deeply into this subject, the notes (+ my lectures) should be sufficient. However, if you'd like to know more, here are some references:
 Signals and systems by Alan V. Oppenheim and
Alan S Willsky with Ian T Young.
 Lecture
notes for 6.011 Signals, Systems and Inference at MIT.
What we will discuss is a proper subset of Chapters 25.
I'm focusing on continuoustime systems; you can skip most
of the discretetime sections, though most of that
material parallels the continuoustime theory, and is in
some sense simpler.
 Lecture
notes for Math 334 Mathematics of Engineering Systems at
Queen's University.
This is a much more mathematical treatment. Start with
Volume 2, and browse if you're curious!
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