*Note: This post is part of my scientific computing
course (UW AMATH481) in autumn 2016. The
course web page is here.*

We didnâ€™t finish the overview of the code
in lecture yesterday, so I made a video
which goes over the basic structure.
In the video, I explain the code in its
initial, finite-differences-based version.
The code provided with the homework is missing
only the function for generating a
finite difference matrix for differentiation
in the \(y\) direction. Once you fix
this function, `uymatp2d`

, the finite-differences
version of the code will be functional.
In the homework, I also ask you to write a new
version of the code in which you swap out these
finite-differences routines for FFT-based
ones.

You can download homework 2 here.

Email: [my last name] [at] uw [dot] edu

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