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EE 2347. MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. 3 Hours.

Introduction and application of mathematical and algorithmic thinking to solve electrical engineering problems and interpret the results. Analytical, numerical, and graphical analysis, utilization of complex numbers, vectors, matrices, and arrays to represent EE variables and special functions. Transform methods to solve differential and integral equations, linear and nonlinear equations, advanced vector and 3D integral and differential calculus applied to EE problems. Sources of error when using arithmetic operations, data structures, sorting and searching. Problems and numerical examples using MATLAB will be covered during recitation and computer laboratory sessions. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in each of CSE 1311, MATH 2326, and MATH 3319.

Electrical Engineering - Undergraduate Programs

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...Competence in Computer Use requirement by completing EE 2347 MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING . Requirements...