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35502 Seminar A

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UTS: Science: Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Credit points: 6 cp
Result type: Grade and marks

There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.

Description

This is one of four subjects which allow students to engage in intensive study of an advanced topic in the mathematical sciences. The choice of topics is based on the area of specialisation of the lecturer/presenter/facilitator. Recent topic areas include: advanced design and analysis of experiments; advanced mathematical methods; boundary value problems; discrete optimisation; electromagnetic wave theory; finite difference methods; log-linear and nonlinear statistical models; nonlinear dynamical systems; optimal control; scheduling theory; and time series analysis.

This subject can only be undertaken following prior negotiation on the part of the student with the program director of the student's course regarding individual supervision.