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    University of Florida
   
 
  Nov 22, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Graduate Catalog
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BME 5704: Advanced Computational Methods for Biomedical Engineering


Credits: 3                    Grading Scheme: Letter

Prerequisite: A basic knowledge of physics and calculus is required. This can be met by PHY2053 and MAC2311.      

Covering advanced computational methods from a biomedical engineering perspective. Linear and nonlinear systems, partial differential equations, optimization and inverse problems will be discussed. This course is geared towards the applications of the advanced computational techniques to various biomedical engineering problems.



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