The tutorials for the lecture on Interval methods taught by M. Hladík will be conducted in the form of homework sets and consultations throughout the semester, where we will discuss the homework exercises and their solutions. If you have any questions, you can reach me via e-mail at elif@kam.mff.cuni.cz.

- Credit for the tutorial will be awarded for obtaining at least 50 % of the points in each set of homework problems:
- Homework set 1: Interval arithmetic (14.10.–4.11.)
- Homework set 2: Interval linear systems (4.11.–25.11.)
- Homework set 3: Interval linear algebra (25.11.–16.12.)
- Homework set 4:
**Range of a function & nonlinear systems (16.12.–13.1.)**

Overview of the points obtained for homework exercises (✔ = at least 50%, ✘ = less than 50%). If you wish to be included in the table, please send me your chosen nickname.

Nickname | S1 | S2 | S3 | S4 | Σ |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

Maximalistic student | 25 | 25 | 25 | 25 | 100 |

Karlov | ✔ | ✔ | ✔ |

Deadline for Homework set 4.

Consultations for Homework set 4 and solutions of Homework set 3.

Deadline for Homework set 3. Homework set 4 on **Range of a function & nonlinear systems** posted.

Consultations for Homework set 3 and solutions of Homework set 2.

Deadline for Homework set 2. Homework set 3 on Interval linear algebra posted.

Consultations for Homework set 2 and solutions of Homework set 1.

Deadline for Homework set 1. Homework set 2 on Interval linear systems posted.

Consultations for Homework set 1.

Homework set 1 on Interval arithmetic posted.

- Interval toolbox INTLAB (S. Rump)
- Verification software VERSOFT (J. Rohn)
- Interval toolbox for Octave LIME (J. Horáček)

- An overview of Interval computations resources (V. Kreinovich)
- Ne příliš stručný úvod do LaTeXu (in Czech) and LaTeX Wikibook, tutorials for typesetting mathematical texts