Numerical methods are techniques by which mathematical problems are formulated so that they can be solved with arithmetic operations. Although there are many kinds of numerical methods, they have one common characteristic: they invariably involve large numbers of tedious arithmetic calculations. It is little wonder that with the development of fast, efficient digital computers, the role of numerical methods in engineering problem solving has increased dramatically in recent years.

Orthotic is an adjective and is used to describe a noun associated with the science of orthotics, such as orthotic device, orthotic treatment plan, orthotic intervention, orthotic fabrication, or orthotic coding

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This course probes fundamental ideas in electrical engineering, seeking to understand how electrical signals convey information, how bits can represent smooth signals like music and how modern communication systems work.

This course probes fundamental ideas in electrical engineering, seeking to understand how electrical signals convey information, how bits can represent smooth signals like music and how modern communication systems work.

For a system with reasonably complex interrelationships, the block diagram reduction procedure is cumbersome and often quite difficult to complete, so signal flow graph(SFG)method can be used to determine the relationship between system variables that's based on a representation of the system by line segments. 

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Information Technology  helps students understand technical concepts underlying current and future developments in information technology. There will be a special emphasis on networks and distributed computing. Students will also gain some hands-on exposure to powerful, high-level tools for making computers do amazing things, without the need for conventional programming languages. 

Biomaterials are solids which contain two or more distinct constituent materials or phases, on a scale larger than the atomic. The tem "composite" is usually reserved for those materials in which the distinct phases are separated on a scale larger than the atomic, and in which properties such as the elastic modulus are significantly altered in comparison with those of a homogeneous material. Accordingly, reinforced plastics such as fiberglass as well as natural materials, such as bone are viewed as composite materials. Natural composites often exhibit hierarchical structures in which particulate, porous, and fibrous structural features are seen in different micro-scales.

Biomaterials are solids which contain two or more distinct constituent materials or phases, on a scale larger than the atomic. The tem "composite" is usually reserved for those materials in which the distinct phases are separated on a scale larger than the atomic, and in which properties such as the elastic modulus are significantly altered in comparison with those of a homogeneous material. Accordingly, reinforced plastics such as fiberglass as well as natural materials, such as bone are viewed as composite materials. Natural composites often exhibit hierarchical structures in which particulate, porous, and fibrous structural features are seen in different micro-scales.