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- Place
- Tue5-6(W832)

- Credits
- Lecture2 Exercise0 Experiment0

- Code
- 75051

- Syllabus updated
- 2013/5/7

- Lecture notes updated
- 2013/6/25

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- Semester
- Spring Semester

This course is divided into three parts, each of which discusses

several basic concepts either in Algebra, Geometry or Analysis.

The materials covered in the course would be useful in the study

of Mathematical and Computing Sciences.

This course is intended to provide basic knowledges in Mathematics

necessary for advancing study in Mathematical and Computing Sciences.

Part I : Algebra

Lecture 1: Review on Basic Algebra

Lecture 2: Field Extension

Lecture 3: Cyclotomic Field

Lecture 4: Geometric Construction

Lecture 5: Finite Field

Part II : Analysis

Lecture 6: Hyperbolic conservation laws

Lecture 7: Blow up and Weak solutions

Lecture 8: Riemann problem

Lecture 9: Viscous Conservation laws

Lecture 10: Time global solutions and Asymptotic behaviors

Part III : Geometry

Lecture 11: Euclidean Geometry and Parallel Lines

Lecture 12: Non-Euclidean Geometry

Lecture 13: More on Euclidean Geometry

Lecture 14: Projective Geometry

Lecture 15: From Classical Geometry to Modern Geometry

Part I :

S. Lang,

Algebra (Chapter V) Revised third edition,

GTM Springer, 2002

Part II :

Renardy, Michael, Rogers, Robert C.

An Introduction to Partial Differential Equations,

Springer

Part III

S. Kobayashi, From Classical Geometry to Modern Geometry

(Japanese), Nihon-Hyoronsya 1990

ISBN4-535-78176-1

Audiences are expected to have basic knowledge in several fields of mathematics necessarily

for starting graduate study in Mathematical and Computing Sciences. These include calculus,

linear algebra, general topology, elementary algebra, complex analysis, differential equation,

combinatorics, etc.

Grades will be based on homework in three parts evenly.

Email addresses of instructors

Part I : sadayosiﾂｼis.titech.ac.jp

Part II : shinyaﾂｼis.titech.ac.jp

Part III : umeharaﾂｼis.titech.ac.jp

On appointment by email.