CHAOS, AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT
||Fall semester 2007
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Updating my project?
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Chaos: Classical and Quantum,
All chapter and exercise
numbers refer to the version 11 of this book, unless stated otherwise.
This sequence is the last (?) prepublication test run of the web e-textbook.
Your active participation in improving the book is very much encouraged.
PLACE AND TIMES:
Howey S204, Tu,Th 1:35-2:55
A basic background in calculus, ordinary differential equations, classical
statistical mechanics. Weekly homework assignments require both analytic
and numerical work, so familiarity with a programming language is a
TEACHING METHOD: Two lectures
and a homework problem set per week.
Weekly homework assignments and a term project
individually tailored to student's level and research interests.
For inspiration, consult
Grades will be determined from the homework (60%) and the
term project (40%) which takes the place of a final exam.
Please deliver solutions to problem sets by Tuesday, at the
lecture, or place them in Predrag's mailbox.
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