Ordinary Differential Equations
There will be no lectures on Tuesday, April 30, and Friday, May 10. There will be an extra lecture on Wednesday, May 15 (13.15-15.00 in 332A).
Don't forget to sign up for the exam (on the notice board in the lobby of the math building).
The results of the resit exam on August 23 are now available on the notice board in the lobby of the math building. You can also contact me (Erik) by e-mail.
- April 2
- April 5
- April 9
- April 12
- April 19
- April 23
- May 3
- May 7
- May 14 (updated May 16)
- May 17 (updated June 8)
The course book is freely available in electronic form for students at Lund University. Use the following link:
- Official course plan (English)
- Official course plan (Swedish)
The examination for this course consists of a written part and an oral part. You have to pass the written exam in order to take the oral exam and you have to pass both to pass the whole course.
There will be 5 questions on the written exam, each giving a maximum of 5 points. The total maximum on the exam is 25 points. You need 50 % (12.5 points) to pass the written exam.
The maximum number of points at the oral exam is 10 points.
You can gain bonus points on the written exam by presenting solutions to exercises in front of class. Each presented solution gives 0.5 points. The maximum number of points that you can obtain in this way is 2 points (4 exercises).
Notes on function sequences
These notes contain some background material on function sequences (including pointwise and uniform convergence and power series). I will refer to the theorems, but the proofs are not required for the oral exam.
- Alternative proof of Putzer's algorithm
- Notes on stability and instability (updated May 16)
- Review questions for the oral exam
Additional course material