Assignment
Engineering Mathematics 1

         Paper has to be submitted November 10, 2014 at 12 noon.

         Presentation of papers will be scheduled later on.

         Only submitted papers can be presented.

         Papers should be written and presented in English.

         Paper consists of at most 8 pages, with the following structure:

Abstract
1.  Introduction (Background, objectives, scopes)
2.  Literature review (From the references only: Definitions, properties, recent results, examples)
3.  Applications (Better applications in your field of study)
4.  Discussions (Your opinions, interpretations, potential applications, etc)
5.  Conclusions
Acknowledgements
References  

         The topics are as follows:

No

TOPIC

NAME

A

Liouville's theorem Adrian Rau

B

Green's theorem (for line integral)  

C

Quantum optimization  

D

Stokes' theorem (for line integral)

Cecilia Mandagi

E

Knapsack problem

Tigri Runtuarow

F

Harnack's theorem

Touries Mentang

G

Weierstrass-Casorati theorem

Asrini Rompas

H

Hadamard matrices and Error-correcting coding

Fergy Sompie

I

Karush-Kuhn-Tucker theorem

Evangelina Untung

J

Heisenberg uncertainty principle

I Putu Suartana

K

Zorn's lemma

Firmansyah Pumpente

L

Quantum theory of solids

Debby Mumu

M

Banach spaces

Fandel Maluw

N

Eigenvector of graph

Windy Monoarfa

O

Balayage spaces

 

P

Quantum Rotary Stabilizers

Meita Tumewu

Q

Hilbert spaces

Jolan Sumajow

R

Prisoner's dilemma

 

S

GMRES (generalized minimal residuals)

 

T

Crossing number of graphs

 

U

Split binary semaphores

Randi Mirah

V

Rectangular dual graphs

 
W Schwartz's theorem Vanny Kandow
X Morera's theorem Thresna Anastasia
Y Bloch space  
Z Weierstrass-Casorati theorem