Chih-Jen Lin, Room 413, CSIE building.
The best way to contact me is via e-mails.
- TA: Kent Loong Tan, tkloong.my at (gmail.com) (TA hour: Thursday 9am-12pm, room 528)
Your HW/exam scores
- Time: Monday 9:10-12:00, room 107, CSIE building
We have a 20-minute break at around 10:30
No class on April 24 due to an international conferenece.
To make it up, starting from the first week, we will reduce the 20-minute break to 10 minutes
No class on June 3 (Sat). To partially make it up, from now on (May 15) we will finish at 12:10 or 12:15 rather than 12:00
This course will be taught in English.
You are assumed to take notes.
- Slides (in pdf):
We may still slightly changes some slides
- Textbook: no
FAQ of this course is here
- Floating point operations
- Basic Numerical Methods
- Numerical linear algebra
- Interpolation and approximation
- Performance tuning and benchmarks
We will particularly focus on numerical
Once every two weeks. Please write your homework/reports in English.
For late homework, the score will be exponentially decreased. See
FAQ about how to submit your
- HW1, due on March 13
- HW2, due on March 27
- HW3, due on April 17
- HW4, due on May 1
- HW5, due on May 15
- HW6, due on June 5
- HW7, due on June 19
- HW8 and more, do it yourself. No need to turn in the HW
You can bring notes (and other printed
Electronic devices are not allowed.
For each exam, only materials after the
previous exam are covered. They may not
be exactly the same as the previous years
due to the teaching schedule.
Sorry that the 2nd midterm is a bit late, but this is due to
my conference schedule.
For midterms, discussions will be in the following week. The discussion for the final exam will be at ?? on June ?? (room ??).
30% homework, 70% Exam or
25% homework, 75% Exam (tentative)
Some (usually 10%) may fail if they don't work hard.