Computational Project for
students on ex-UMIST programmes.
First (MATH30010), Second (MATH30024)
|CONTACT: Dr Georgi Boshnakov (Ferranti/C12)
10 (MATH30010, MATH30024)
20 (MATH 30028)
||Coursework: 100%, Compuational Project.
wish to take the Computational Project in Mathematics,
please contact Dr Boshnakov (Ferranti/C12) at any time (the sooner the better).
will be given manuals containing details of the
Computational Projects and descriptions of the C++ and Graphics
programs available for
your use. You will be expected to carry out the work involved on
the PC computers in
first project is a compulsory familiarisation project
worth 2 ‡ marks. Full marks will
automatically be awarded for this, provided you hand in evidence
that you have followed
projects are worth between 5 and 20 marks depending on
difficulty. Projects worth a total of 42‡ marks, including the
familiarisation project, must be submitted. A series of
deadlines will be imposed to ensure that the work is carried out
at a uniform rate over
the time allotted.
||Arrangements will be made for members of staff to supervise
and mark whichever projects you decide to do. Members of staff
will also be available to
offer advice and assistance on the computational aspects.
Project in Mathematics option may not be taken in conjunction with the
Project options. Joint Honours
students who take the Computational Project MUST MAJOR in