MATH2221A/B  Mathematics Laboratory II  2016/17
Announcement
 Prof. Raymond Chan's MATH2221 Course Page
 Midterm arrangement [Download file]
 The programming homework is uploaded
 Tabulated statistics of Midterm Classroom Feedback Questionnaire [Download file]
 Class A 1st test statistics: mean: 79.47, sd: 18.18, max: 100
 Class B 1st test statistics: mean: 79, sd: 21.73, max: 100
 Announcement on programming homework (Updated on April 8) [Download file]
 Class A 2nd test statistics: mean: 86.67, sd: 16.42, max: 100
 Class B 2nd test statistics: mean: 83.89, sd: 17.85, max: 100
General Information
Lecturer

Raymond Honfu Chan
 Office: Lady Shaw Bldg 201
 Tel: 3943  7970
 Email:
 Office Hours: Monday from 11:30am12:30pm.
Teaching Assistant

Kelvin Cheuk Kit CHAN
 Office: Lady Shaw Bldg, Room 222B
 Tel: 39437963
 Email:
 Office Hours: M10, T34, T67,W89, H910

Rihuan KE
 Office: Lady Shaw Bldg, Room 222B
 Tel: 39437963
 Email:
 Office Hours: M710, T78, W34

Chao WANG
 Office: Lady Shaw Bldg, Room 222B
 Tel: 39437963
 Email:
 Office Hours: M14, W12, F12
Time and Venue
 Lecture: (Class A) M6, LSB232B; (Class B) M5, LSB232B
 Tutorial: (Class A) H78, LSB232B; (Class B) H910, LSB232B
Course Description
This course is intended to teach numerical computing, symbolic computing, and graphical visualization through the use of mathematical and computational software (i.e. MATLAB) so as to familiarize the students with computing skills.
References
 (MATLAB Books) Munther Gdeisat, Francis Lilley, Matlab by example, London ; Waltham, Mass.: Elsevier, 2013. Stormy Attaway, MATLAB: a practical introduction to programming and problem solving, Waltham, MA: ButterworthHeinemann Ltd, 2013.
 (MATLAB Books) Stormy Attaway, MATLAB: a practical introduction to programming and problem solving, Waltham, MA: ButterworthHeinemann Ltd, 2013.
 (MATLAB Books) Brian H. Hahn, Daniel T. Valentine, Essential MATLAB for engineers and scientists, Waltham, Mass.: Academic Press, 2013.
 (Numerical Methods) Gerald W. Recktenwald, Numerical methods with MATLAB: implementations and applications, Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 2000
 (Numerical Methods) G.R. Lindfield, J.E.T. Penn, Numerical methods, Waltham, Mass.: Academic Press, 2012
 (Mathematical Modelling) Leonid Burstein, Primary MATLAB for life sciences, SAIF Zone, Sharjah, UAE: Bentham Science Publishers, 2013
 (Mathematical Modelling) Pascal Wallisch, MATLAB for neuroscientists, Burlington: Elsevier Science, 2013
 (Mathematical Modelling) Vladimir Rovenski, Modeling of Curves and Surfaces with MATLAB, New York, NY: Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, 2010
 (Mathematical Modelling) Todd Young, Martin J. Mohlenkamp, Introduction to Numerical Methods and Matlab Programming for Engineers
 (Mathematical Modelling) Allen B. Downey, Physical Modeling in MATLAB
 (Optimization) P. Venkataraman, Applied optimization with MATLAB programming, Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, 2009
 (Optimization) Michael C. Ferris, Olvi L. Mangasarian, Stephen J. Wright, Linear programming with MATLAB, Philadelphia, Pa.: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 2007
Lecture Notes
Assignments
Solutions
 Lab1 ClassA Solution
 Lab1 ClassB Solution
 Lab2 ClassA Solution
 Lab2 ClassB Solution
 Lab3 ClassA Solution
 Lab3 ClassB Solution
 Lab4 ClassA Solution
 Lab4 ClassB Solution
 Lab5 ClassA Solution
 Lab5 ClassB Solution
 Lab6 ClassA Solution
 Lab6 ClassB Solution
 Lab7 ClassA Solution
 Lab7 ClassB Solution
 Midterm Class A Solution
 Midterm Class B Solution
 Lab8 ClassA Solution
 Lab8 ClassB Solution
 Lab9 ClassA Solution
 Lab9 ClassB Solution
 Lab10 ClassA Solution
 Lab10 ClassB Solution
 Lab11 ClassA Solution
 Lab11 ClassB Solution
 Lab12 ClassA Solution
 Lab12 ClassB Solution
 Final Class A Solution
 Final Class B Solution
Assessment Scheme
Laboratory Assignments  5 x 12 = 60%  
Homework programming assignment (TBA)  1 x 10 = 10%  
Inclass, openbook tests (9/3 and 20/4)  15 x 2 = 30% 
Useful Links
 Matlab teaching materials at Sheffield University
 Matlab Manual from Penn State University
 Matlab Manual from Mathworks
 Matlab & Data Analysis at Weizmann Institute of Science
 Matlab for physicists
 Matlab for chemical engineers
 Matlab for biologists
 Matlab for computer scientists
 Matlab for financial engineers
 Matlab for psychologists
Honesty in Academic Work
The Chinese University of Hong Kong places very high importance on honesty in academic work submitted by students, and adopts a policy of zero tolerance on cheating and plagiarism. Any related offence will lead to disciplinary action including termination of studies at the University. Although cases of cheating or plagiarism are rare at the University, everyone should make himself / herself familiar with the content of the following website:
http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/policy/academichonesty/and thereby help avoid any practice that would not be acceptable.
Last updated: June 02, 2017 10:46:32