MATH3290 - Mathematical Modeling - 2019/20
- January 6: No tutorial on January 7
- January 13:There will be a tutorial on Mathlab on January 21 during the tutorial section
- January 21:Assignment 1 has been uploaded
- January 30: Submission of assignment 1 is postponed. Updated due date:Feb. 24 before 5:00pm. You can submit the scanned copy to Blackboard
- Teaching will be resumed on Feb. 17 using Zoom. Please check this webpage again later for update on further information. Emails will also send to your CUHK's account.
- online submission of homeworks will be arranged. Please check this webpage again later for update on further information. Emails will also send to your CUHK's account.
- The midterm will be postponed to a later date. An announcement will be made later.
- Familiar yourself with the ZOOM Cloud Meeting (see eLearning page of CUHK website for detial) as soon as possible. The link, the meeting ID, and the password of our ZOOM meeting has been sent to your cuhk account.
- Office: LSB 233
- Tel: 3943 7956
- Office: LSB 222A
- Tel: 3943 3575
- Office: LSB 222B
- Tel: 3943 7963
Time and Venue
- Lecture: Monday 16:30-18:15, LSB LT4;Tuesday 13:30-14:15, LSB LT4
- Tutorial: Tuesday 12:30-13:15, LSB LT4
This course is an introduction to mathematical modeling. We will cover some basic mathematical tools for the quantitative description of practical problems arising from physics, biology, economics and engineering. The use of these mathematical models allows us to quantitatively study and provide solutions to these problems. The focus of this course is to give an overview of the mathematical techniques that are commonly used in practice, and illustrate the modeling procedure through some elementary examples.
The following is an outline of this course.
1. Modeling change by difference equations
2. Model fitting and empirical modelling
4. Simulation modeling
5. Discrete optimization modeling
6. Modeling by graph theory
7. Continuous optimization modeling
8. Modeling with differential equations
- A First Course in Mathematical Modeling, by Giordano, Fox, Horton and Weir. 5th Edition.
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Assessment Policy Last updated: February 24, 2020 21:06:06