MAT 22B Course Page
Summer Session 2 2015
Instructor: Jordan Snyder
- Office: MSB
2204
- Email: jasnyder@math.ucdavis.edu
- Office
Hours:
- M 9:30am - 11:00am, and 2:00pm -
3:00pm
- W 9:00am - 10:30am
- TR
3:00pm - 4:00pm
- Other times by appointment
- Class: MWF 12:10pm - 1:50pm, Chemistry 176
Resources
Lecture Notes
Review Stuff
Differential Equations
- Lecture Notes by Dr. Craig Tracy - when he
teaches 22B, these notes are the textbook. They are great for seeing
how differential equations are encountered "in the wild"
(read: in physics problems)
- John Hunter's Course page from Spring 2008.
This has many homework sets with solutions comparable to those we'll
be doing.
- Free Differential Equations textbook by Dr.
William Trench
- Paul's Online Math Notes for Differential
Equations
Programming
- WinPlot - a lightweight, stand-alone application
for plotting. Includes functionality for solving IVP's in one, two,
and three dimensions.
- Julia programming language - free, open source,
similar to MATLAB
- The Sundials package allows numerical solution of
ODE's, and PyPlot provides plotting functionality
- IJulia provides a nice "notebook"
environment for writing, editing, and running code. Relies on
IPython.
- WolframAlpha to check your work - will make
plots, differentiate, integrate, etc.
- Sage if you
like Python and youâ€™re feeling ambitious. Functionality comparable
to Maple, MATLAB