20 courses found which satisfy the condition "Geophysics".
Digital Signal Processing
Digital Signal Processing is an important basic course of Information and Communication majors; it is aiming at digital signal and digital systems, analysis and research the digital signal and digital system from the perspective of signal and system. The main contents include: Concept of digital signal processing; Discrete fourier transform; Fast fourier transform; Structures for the digital filter; Filter design for the IIR and FIR filter; Multirate digital signal processing; Finite wordlength effects in DSP.
Principles of Geophysics
Principles of Geophysics," is to introduce graduate students and advanced undergraduates to the broad spectrum of knowledge that can be obtained by the application of basic principles of physics and mathematics to the study of the earth. Important aspects of the earth's evolution, structure, and dynamic processes will be discussed.
Theory of Electromagnetic Field
Fundation of Geology
Electrotechnics and Electronic Techniques
Introduction to Geophysical Inversion
Equations of Mathematical Physics
The course focuses on the discussion on the well-posedness and methods to solve various type problems of partial differential equations. The main topics of this course include the derivations and well-posedness of various type problems of three classical partial differential equations, method of characteristics curve, methods of separation of variables, Bessel functions and Legendre functions and their applications, method of Green functions, method of integral transformation
Upon Successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Keep a fieldbook for various projects
Plan a level loop
Plan a Boundary Survey
Plan a Topographic Survey
Prepare a field sketch for a project
Locate appropriate records to begin a boundary Survey
Describe map projections and calculate surface distances
Understand different types of surveys, and the tools required for each
Function of Complex Variable
The course focuses on the basic theory of complex variable functions. The main contents include: complex numbers and the complex plane, complex functions and analytic functions, integrals, harmonic functions, the series of analytic functions, residues and its applications, analytic prolongation, the gamma function, conformal mapping, Laplace transformation.
This course is a kind of outline course and concisely introduces all the basic principles and concepts of modern chemistry that undergraduates need to know. This course covers the following two major areas: Chemical principles and Chemical theories. The former introduces states of matter, chemical thermodynamics, chemical kinetics and chemical equilibrium (acid-base, precipitation, coordination, redox). The latter introduces the structures of atom, molecular and crystal.
C Language Programming
Probability Theory and Statistics
Basic probability, Statistical inference,Estimation ,Testing ,Regression
The content of the course consists of polynomials, linear spaces and linear transformations. This course will train the students with mathematical thinkings and the preliminary ability for solving practical problems.
The basic concepts, theories and essential methods of the course are an important part of students’ scientific accomplishment and play an important role in improving talented people's scientific quality, which cannot be substituted by other courses.This course enables students to grasp the elementary knowledge of mechanics, thermodynamics, electromagnetism, wave and optics and modern physics. It provides a basis for the work they will do after graduation in the fields of technology, management and scientific research.
Advanced Mathematics is designed to serve students majoring in chemical science, computer science and engineering etc. It consists of two parts of a two-semester sequence. The course begins with a rapid review of topics in algebra and trigonometry, which you should be competent in. Part 1, consisting of Chapters 1 to 7, is devoted to single variable differentiation, integration and differential equations. It covers the fundamental concepts and theorems. Part 2, consisting of Chapters 8 to 12, discusses in depth multivariable differentiation, integration, infinite series, vectors and the geometry of space.