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Lecturer: Professor Christoph Ortner. The Module will provide students with a foundation in approximation theory, driven by its applications in scientific computing and data science. In approximation theory a function that is difficult or impossible to evaluate directly, e. The module will explore different choices of approximation spaces and how they can be effective in different applications chosen from typical scientific computing and data science, including e. Part 2: Multi-variate approximation: details will depend on the progress through Part 1 and available time, but the idea of Part 2 is to cover a few selected examples of high-dimensional approximation theory, for example a sub-set of the following:. Throughout the lecture each topic will cover 1 approximation rates, 2 algorithms, and 3 examples, typically implemented in Julia or Python. Any programming aspects of the module will not be examinable.
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The way to do this in the algorithm is to use a single round of Newton's method. Approximation Theory and Proof Assistants: Certified Computations Examples include not only computational methods for hard mathematical problems. Methods of approximation theory. The module is based on Approximation Theory and Methods by M.Learning Outcomes: By the end of the module students should be able to: Demonstrate understanding of key concepts, theorems and calculations of univariate approximation theory. Demonstrate understanding of basic algorithms and examples used in approximation theory? Selected Topics in Approximation and Computation addresses the relationship between modern approximation theory and computational methods! Any programming aspects of the module will not be examinable.
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