The overall objective of the course is that at the end of the course, aIl students are able to know and master, from the point of view of users, the concepts and fundamental techniques of mathematical calculus. More specifically, the course focuses on the understanding and use of the concept of function of a single and several variables.
Teachers
Person in charge
Gissell Estrada Rodríguez (
)
Others
Anna Rio Doval (
)
Mónica Sanchez Soler (
)
Weekly hours
Theory
2
Problems
0
Laboratory
2
Guided learning
0
Autonomous learning
6
Competences
Transversal Competences
Transversals
CT6 [Avaluable] - Autonomous Learning. Detect deficiencies in one's own knowledge and overcome them through critical reflection and the choice of the best action to extend this knowledge.
Basic
CB2 - That the students know how to apply their knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional way and possess the skills that are usually demonstrated through the elaboration and defense of arguments and problem solving within their area of ??study.
CB5 - That the students have developed those learning skills necessary to undertake later studies with a high degree of autonomy
Technical Competences
Especifics
CE01 - To be able to solve the mathematical problems that may arise in the field of artificial intelligence. Apply knowledge from: algebra, differential and integral calculus and numerical methods; statistics and optimization.
CE02 - To master the basic concepts of discrete mathematics, logic, algorithmic and computational complexity, and its application to the automatic processing of information through computer systems . To be able to apply all these for solving problems.
Generic Technical Competences
Generic
CG2 - To use the fundamental knowledge and solid work methodologies acquired during the studies to adapt to the new technological scenarios of the future.
CG4 - Reasoning, analyzing reality and designing algorithms and formulations that model it. To identify problems and construct valid algorithmic or mathematical solutions, eventually new, integrating the necessary multidisciplinary knowledge, evaluating different alternatives with a critical spirit, justifying the decisions taken, interpreting and synthesizing the results in the context of the application domain and establishing methodological generalizations based on specific applications.
Objectives
Know how to solve linear, quadratic equations and inequalities and/or with absolute values.
Related competences:
CG2,
CT6,
CB2,
CE01,
CE02,
Know and understand the basic concepts of successions and series
Related competences:
CG2,
CG4,
CT6,
CB2,
CE01,
CE02,
Subcompetences:
Know and understand the basics of power series and Taylor series.
Know and understand the basic concepts of sequences and series of real numbers.
Know and understand the basic concepts of elementary functions.
Related competences:
CT6,
CB2,
CB5,
CE01,
CE02,
Know, understand and be able to use the approximation given by the Taylor Polynomial for functions of a variable.
Related competences:
CG4,
CT6,
CE01,
CE02,
Knowing and understanding the approximate calculation of definite integrals by the methods of trapezoids and Simpson.
Related competences:
CG2,
CG4,
CT6,
CB5,
CE01,
CE02,
Know and understand the different distances in R^n.
Related competences:
CG2,
CG4,
CT6,
CB2,
CB5,
CE01,
CE02,
Know and understand the basic concepts of domain, contour lines and continuity of functions of various variables.
Related competences:
CG2,
CG4,
CT6,
CB5,
CE01,
CE02,
Know, understand and be able to interpret the concepts of directional derivative, partial derivative, gradient vector and Jacobian matrix. Know and know how to find the optimal direction. Know and be able to use the chain rule.
Related competences:
CG2,
CG4,
CT6,
CB2,
CB5,
CE01,
CE02,
Know how to find and classify the relative extreme of a scalar function of several variables.
Related competences:
CG2,
CG4,
CT6,
CB2,
CB5,
CE01,
CE02,
Know, understand and know how to use the gradient descent method to optimize scalar functions of various variables.
Related competences:
CG2,
CG4,
CT6,
CB2,
CB5,
CE01,
CE02,
Contents
Equations and inequalities with real numbers
Know how to solve linear, quadratic equations and inequalities and/or with absolute values.
Sequences and series of real numbers
Basic concepts of sequences and series of real numbers. Convergent, divergent and oscillating successions. Convergent, divergent and oscillating series. Calculation of succession limits and series sums.
Taylor polynomial for functions of a variable
Taylor polynomials. Lagrange formula of the residue. Error propagation formula.
Taylor polynomial approximation and error bounding.
Powers series and Taylor series
Basic concepts of power series. Basic concepts of Taylor series.
Approximate integration
Trapeze rule and Simpson's formula for the approximate calculation of definite integrals. Dimension of the error.
The R^n space
The space R^n. Norms and distances in R^n.
Introduction to the functions of various variables
Domain, contour lines and continuity of functions of several variables.
Derivation of functions of several variables
Directional derivatives and partial derivatives. Gradient vector and Jacobian matrix. Optimal direction. Chain rule.
Relative extremes
Critical points of a scalar function of several variables. Necessary condition. Sufficient condition. Calculation of relative extremes.
Optimization
Gradient descent method for optimization of scalar functions of several variables.
Activities
ActivityEvaluation act
Equations and inequalities linear, quadratic and/or with absolute values
In theory classes the teacher will explain the topics accompanied by examples.
The worksho /laboratory classes are participatory sessions where students will be asked to solve problems. Students will solve problems under the supervision of the teacher; some of these problems will need to be prepared in advance. The teacher will explain some of the problems on the board.
Evaluation methodology
The grade of the subject is obtained from:
- Workshop mark (T): assesses the work and achievement of objectives with questionnaires in Athena.
- Mark of the mid-semester exam (P): it does a partial examination P to half semester that corresponds, approximately, to the part of Calculation in 1 variable.
- Final exam (F): a final exam is made in which the knowledge of all the syllabus of the subject is evaluated.
The final grade of the course (NF) is calculated according to:
NF = max (0.2 * T + 0.3 * P + 0.5 * F, 0.2 * T + 0.8 * F)
Not taking the final exam means having a NP of CAL-GIA grade.
CROSS-CURRICULAR COMPETENCE.
The mark of the autonomous learning competence will have grades: A (excellence), B (optimal), C (sufficient), D (not passed). This competence will be evaluated from the marks of the subject.