RTR207 Computerization of Mathematical Tasks in Electrical Engineering

Code RTR207
Name Computerization of Mathematical Tasks in Electrical Engineering
Status Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice
Level and type Undergraduate Studies, Academic
Field of study Electronics and Telecommunications
Faculty Department of Fundamentals of Electronics
Academic staff Māris Tērauds, Gatis Valters, Raisa Smirnova
Credit points 3.0 (4.5 ECTS)
Parts 1
Annotation Symbolic and numerical technical computing in electronics and telecommunications context. Technical computing and programming in MATLAB (ML). Programming, matrix computing, numerical solving of linear, nonlinear and ordinary differential equations using ML. Approximation, interpolation, numerical integration, and numerical solving of simple differential equations using ML..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
Introduction into technical computing and system simulation and programming environment MATLAB (ML) and the possibilities for symbolic and numerical computations in electronics and telecommunications. The goal of the course is to ensure the development of skills in solving technical computing tasks in the field of electronics and telecommunications using ML and the ability to improve these skills independently.
Learning outcomes
and assessment
Able to work in MATLAB environment, and able to find the necessary information in the help system - Passed test and exam. Successful completion and presentation of lab works reports
Able to operate independently with matrices, symbolic computation and MATLAB graphics - Passed corresponding blitz tests (at the lectures), home works and exam. Successful completion and presentation of lab works reports
Able to develop independently properly working script and function modules in MATLAB language - Passed corresponding blitz tests, tests, home works and exam. Successful completion and presentation of lab works reports
Able to solve linear and nonlinear equations in MATLAB - Passed corresponding blitz tests, tests, home works and exam. Successful completion and presentation of lab works reports
Able to approximate and interpolate acquired measurements data in MATLAB - Passed corresponding home work and exam. Successful completion and presentation of lab works reports
Able to integrate functions and solve ordinary differential equations in MATLAB numerically - Passed corresponding home work and exam. Successful completion and presentation of corresponding lab work report
Summary: Able to work and solve basic technical computing tasks in MATLAB independently - All home works submitted, successful presentation of all lab works reports, passed exam
Course prerequisites Some topics of Calculus (complex numbers, linear algebra, differentiation, integration). Basic skills in advanced programming languages (C or others).

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