- General Information
- Final Exam
- Lecture Notes, Literature and Other Materials
Please contact Ihno Schrot if you have questions regarding this course.
- Lecture and Tutorial Dates
- Mondays, 11:15 - 12:45
- Thursdays, 11:15 - 12:45
- Tuesdays, 16:15 - 17:45
- Lecture and Tutorial Room
- SR B in INF 205 (Mathematikon)
We meet in person.
- Bachelor and Master
- You should have attended at least the following courses:
- Analysis 1, 2
- Linear Algebra 1
- Nonlinear Optimization
Additionally, having attended the following courses is beneficial but not necessary:
- Numerics of ODEs
We will have programming exercises that have to be solved in Python, so it is beneficial if you have some experience with Python already, but we keep the exercises beginner-friendly, so that it is no problem if you have not used Python before.
You can of course still join the course if you are missing one of these requirements, but we recommend that you acquire the missing knowledge in parallel then.
- To participate in the course, please register for the course on MÜSLI.
Sheet Deadline Solutions Comments Python tutorial None None python_for_node python_tut_cebulla Sheet 01 November 11th, 2022 Theor. Exe. 01 Prog. Exe. 01 Solutions updated on November 14th. Sheet 02 November 25th, 2022 Theor. Exe. 02 Prog. Exe. 02 Sheet 03 December 09th, 2022
- General format
- One exercise sheet every two weeks
- The first exercise sheet will be published on Friday, October 28th.
- We plan to have 6 (graded) exercise sheets with 20 points of theoretical exercises and 10 points of programming exercise per sheet.
- Release: Fridays (biweekly) on MaMpf and in the table above.
- Submission deadline: Fridays (biweekly) until 08:00am on MaMpf
- Submission procedure see below.
- Work in teams allowed and encouraged with up to 3 persons per team
- Solutions can be written in English and German.
- Plagiarism leads to 0 points for all involved teams (that also applies to plagiarism of the solutions from the summer term 2021)!
- Sample solutions will be uploaded in MaMpf and linked in the table above.
- Programming language: Python
- The programming exercises are to be solved using Jupyter notebooks.
- Submission procedure
- Both the theoretical and the programming exercises are submitted digitally.
- The solutions to the theoretical questions have to be submitted as one PDF file. Solutions created in LaTeX are allowed. If you scan handwritten solutions, please make sure that the solutions remain readable and have a moderate file size! Digitally handwritten solutions are accepted, too.
- The programming exercises have to be submitted as one Jupyter notebook.
- The Jupyter notebooks have to include the created outputs, like plots and logging outputs.
- The PDF and the Jupyter notebook have then to be added to a ZIP-archive.
- The notebooks, PDFs, and archives have an obligatory naming scheme. Please name your files <Last name1>(_<Last name2>_<Last name3>)_<sheet numer (2 digits!)>.ipynb/pdf/zip, i.e. for example Femmer_Kostina_Schrot_01.ipynb. (Do not use the angle brackets and adjust the number of names according to your team size).
- Write down your name(s) at the beginning of your theoretical solutions and at the beginning of your Jupyter notebooks. It is not sufficient to have your names only in the file name.
- Upload your solutions until Friday (biweekly), 08:00am on MaMpf.
- A guide how to submit solutions on MaMpf can be found here.
- You receive feedback from Laura via MaMpf, too.
- Solutions will be presented in the tutorial.
The lectures take place in person and in a “classical” format, i.e. Prof. Kostina will present the lecture content in the lectures.
Handwritten lecture notes will be uploaded on MaMpf. Moreover, lecture notes from the course in the summer term 2021 are available, see other materials.
- In these tutorials Laura will present (some of the) solutions of the previous exercise sheet and answer specific questions to your solutions.
- In the first week after you submitted your solutions, i.e., the dates are:
Date Topic October 25th Help desk for the Python tutorial November 15th Discussing solutions of the 1st exercise sheet November 29th Discussing solutions of the 2nd exercise sheet December 13th Discussing solutions of the 3rd exercise sheet TBA Discussing solutions of the 4th exercise sheet TBA Discussing solutions of the 5th exercise sheet TBA Discussing solutions of the 5th exercise sheet
We want to make sure that the tutorials are as effective as possible for you, so we can possibly still adjust the formats to your needs. Therefore, feedback is always welcome.
- Admission Requirements
- at least 50% of the points in the theoretical exercises and 50% of the points in the programming exercises.
If you have an old admission, contact me as soon as possible.
- Exam Format
- Date and Room:
- First exam: 16.02.23, 11:00-13:00 in SR B (INF 205)
- Second exam: 14.04.23
- Written exam of 120min
- No programming project
- Theoretical and programming related questions (no coding on paper however)
- The exam is not an open book exam. In fact, you are not allowed to bring any materials into the exam, i.e. you are not allowed to use cheat sheets or similar.
- Date and Room:
Lecture Notes, Literature and Other Materials
- Lecture Notes
- The lecture notes will be uploaded on MaMpf.
- Other Materials
- MaMpf (SS 21) -> Here you find all materials from the last time that we have taught this course