EE 251: Mathematical Engineering
- Instructor: Kevin Wedeward (Workman 221, x5708,
- Time/Place: TR 09:30AM-10:45AM in Workman Center 116
- Office Hours: M-Th 11:00AM-12:00PM
Corequisite: MATH 103
Introduction to Engineering Programming: C, Matlab and Java by
Mark Austin and David Chancogne, 1999, John Wiley & Sons, ISBN-13
Description: EE 251 presents concepts of computer
programming, and the C and Matlab programming languages. Applications
are those related to electrical engineering such as programming
hardware, data acquisition and analysis, and mathematical
- Homeworks (roughly weekly): 20%
- Quizzes (roughly weekly): 40%
- Projects: 40%
- Look over chapters 1, 2 paying particular attention to
sections 2.2.3, 2.3.1, 2.3.2, 2.4
- Chapter 3
- Appendix 1
- Chapter 4
- Homework (HW) 1 due beginning of class (BOC) on Th 08/28/2014:
Problem 3.2 nicely coded with output provided for inputs of
-40 degC, 0 degC and 40 degC
- HW2 due BOC on Th 09/04/2014:
- Declare and assign variables for the characters Y, o, d, a, !,
and print them as characters on one line, integers on another
line, and hexadecimal on another line.
- Problem 4.6 - Reproduce table (nicely formatted) as shown
for variable/data types given in Tables 4.4 and 4.5. Note
limit.h is described in Appendix and you may need to search
internet for information on float.h.
- Copying assignments, either in part or whole, is not
permitted. Students are encouraged to discuss assignments and
assist each other with debugging programs, but all work
submitted for grading should be that of the individual whose
name appears on the assignment.
- Quizzes are to be performed individually without resources
unless otherwise specified by the instructor.
for information on avoiding plagiarism and the Undergraduate Course
Catalog for New Mexico Tech's policy on academic honesty.