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#### MATHS 363

: Advanced Computational Mathematics2025 Semester One (1253)

Finite element methods, calculus of variations and control theory are key mathematical tools used to model, compute approximations to model solutions and to understand the control of real-world phenomena. These topics share the same mathematical foundations and can all be described as variational methods. The course offers advanced techniques to handle complicated geometries and optimise desired objectives in applications modelled using differential equations. Recommended preparation: MATHS 253

Prerequisite: MATHS 260 and 270

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#### MATHS 363

: Advanced Computational Mathematics2024 Semester One (1243)

Finite element methods, calculus of variations and control theory are key mathematical tools used to model, compute approximations to model solutions and to understand the control of real-world phenomena. These topics share the same mathematical foundations and can all be described as variational methods. The course offers advanced techniques to handle complicated geometries and optimise desired objectives in applications modelled using differential equations. Recommended preparation: MATHS 253

Prerequisite: MATHS 260 and 270

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#### MATHS 363

: Advanced Modelling and Computation2023 Semester One (1233)

In real-world situations, the interesting and important variables are often not directly observable. To address this problem, mathematical models and quantities that are observable are usually employed to carry out inference on the variables of interest. This course is an introduction to fitting of models to (noisy) observational data and how to compute estimates for the interesting variables. Numerical methods for partial differential equations, which are commonly used as models for the observations, will also be covered.

Prerequisite: MATHS 260 and 270

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#### MATHS 363

: Advanced Modelling and Computation2022 Semester One (1223)

In real-world situations, the interesting and important variables are often not directly observable. To address this problem, mathematical models and quantities that are observable are usually employed to carry out inference on the variables of interest. This course is an introduction to fitting of models to (noisy) observational data and how to compute estimates for the interesting variables. Numerical methods for partial differential equations, which are commonly used as models for the observations, will also be covered.

Prerequisite: MATHS 260 and 270

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#### MATHS 363

: Advanced Modelling and Computation2021 Semester One (1213)

In real-world situations, the interesting and important variables are often not directly observable. To address this problem, mathematical models and quantities that are observable are usually employed to carry out inference on the variables of interest. This course is an introduction to fitting of models to (noisy) observational data and how to compute estimates for the interesting variables. Numerical methods for partial differential equations, which are commonly used as models for the observations, will also be covered.

Prerequisite: MATHS 260 and 270

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#### MATHS 363

: Advanced Modelling and Computation2020 Semester One (1203)

Prerequisite: MATHS 260 and 270

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#### MATHS 399

: Capstone: Mathematics2025 Semester Two (1255)

An exploration of the role of mathematics in society and culture, and the activities performed by mathematicians as teachers, critics, and innovators. Students will develop their skills in communication, critical thinking, teaching, and creative problem solving.

Prerequisite: MATHS 250 and 30 points at Stage III in Mathematics

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#### MATHS 399

: Capstone: Mathematics2025 Semester One (1253)

An exploration of the role of mathematics in society and culture, and the activities performed by mathematicians as teachers, critics, and innovators. Students will develop their skills in communication, critical thinking, teaching, and creative problem solving.

Prerequisite: MATHS 250 and 30 points at Stage III in Mathematics

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#### MATHS 399

: Capstone: Mathematics2024 Semester Two (1245)

An exploration of the role of mathematics in society and culture, and the activities performed by mathematicians as teachers, critics, and innovators. Students will develop their skills in communication, critical thinking, teaching, and creative problem solving.

Prerequisite: MATHS 250 and 30 points at Stage III in Mathematics

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#### MATHS 399

: Capstone: Mathematics2024 Semester One (1243)

Prerequisite: MATHS 250 and 30 points at Stage III in Mathematics

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#### MATHS 399

: Capstone: Mathematics2023 Semester Two (1235)

Prerequisite: MATHS 250 and 30 points at Stage III in Mathematics

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#### MATHS 399

: Capstone: Mathematics2023 Semester One (1233)

Prerequisite: MATHS 250 and 30 points at Stage III in Mathematics

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#### MATHS 399

: Capstone: Mathematics2022 Semester Two (1225)

Prerequisite: MATHS 250 and 30 points at Stage III in Mathematics

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#### MATHS 399

: Capstone: Mathematics2022 Semester One (1223)

Prerequisite: MATHS 250 and 30 points at Stage III in Mathematics

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#### MATHS 399

: Capstone: Mathematics2021 Semester Two (1215)

Prerequisite: MATHS 250 and 30 points at Stage III in Mathematics

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#### MATHS 399

: Capstone: Mathematics2021 Semester One (1213)

Prerequisite: MATHS 250 and 30 points at Stage III in Mathematics

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#### MATHS 399

: Capstone: Mathematics2020 Semester Two (1205)

Prerequisite: MATHS 250 and 30 points at Stage III in Mathematics

2243

#### MATHS 701

: Introduction to Research in Mathematics Education2022 Semester Two (1225)

What is Mathematics Education research, and how can it inform practice? This course introduces a range of skills and methods for conducting and critically consuming research in mathematics education. Students will explore issues and techniques in Mathematics Education research as they design their own research studies to inform their teaching and learning practice.

Prerequisite: MATHS 302 or significant teaching experience or department approval

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#### MATHS 702

: Mathematical Processes in the Curriculum2025 Semester Two (1255)

Historically, mathematics curricula have emphasised the what of mathematics (content), at the expense of considering the how. This course uses hands-on experiences and research literature to explore how to teach, learn and do mathematics through processes such as communication, modelling, problem solving, and proving.

No pre-requisites or restrictions

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#### MATHS 702

: Mathematical Processes in the Curriculum2023 Semester Two (1235)

Historically, mathematics curricula have emphasised the what of mathematics (content), at the expense of considering the how. This course uses hands-on experiences and research literature to explore how to teach, learn and do mathematics through processes such as communication, modelling, problem solving, and proving.

No pre-requisites or restrictions

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#### MATHS 702

: Mathematical Processes in the Curriculum2021 Semester Two (1215)

Historically, mathematics curricula have emphasised the what of mathematics (content), at the expense of considering the how. This course uses hands-on experiences and research literature to explore how to teach, learn and do mathematics through processes such as communication, modelling, problem solving, and proving.

No pre-requisites or restrictions

2247

#### MATHS 703

: What Can Be More Practical Than a Good Theory?2022 Summer School (1220)

An analysis of theoretical perspectives that inform research in mathematics education, with a focus on learning theories, both social and psychological, and their implications for teaching and learning in mathematics.

Prerequisite: MATHS 302 or significant teaching experience or department approval

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#### MATHS 703

: What Can Be More Practical Than a Good Theory?2021 Summer School (1210)

An analysis of theoretical perspectives that inform research in mathematics education, with a focus on learning theories, both social and psychological, and their implications for teaching and learning in mathematics.

Prerequisite: MATHS 302 or significant teaching experience or department approval

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#### MATHS 705

: Contemporary Issues in Mathematics Education2024 Semester Two (1245)

This course explores contemporary topics in mathematics education research and their impact on teaching and learning. Students will investigate and critically examine research and scholarly literature, and consider the implications of current knowledge for their own practice.

Prerequisite: MATHS 302 or significant teaching experience or department approval

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#### MATHS 708

: Special Topic2020 Semester Two (1205)

Prerequisite: MATHS 302 or significant teaching experience or department approval

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