2019-10-07 Dynamic Systems: Slides
2019-10-14 Probability Models: Slides (Probabilistic Models)
Part 1 (download recommended) and Part 2 (download recommended)
2019-10-21 Course summary: Slides (course summary)
No video available for this lecture due to technical problems with the file from the recordning
Mathematica is available on the lab systems. There is also an online version of Mathematica called the Wolfram programming lab. (Chalmers students can download Mathemtica to their own computers through the Chalmers site license).
Stephen Wolfram has written a quite friendly introduction to programming in Mathematica: Introduction to the Wolfram programming language. This online book is a useful entry point for understanding how Mathematica works.
One of the great benefits of Mathematica is its coherent and comprehensive help system.
Here is the paper mentioned in one of the lectures:
A Mathematical Theory of Communication
The main element of this course is to learn a skill by doing the problems, so we have no coursebook. However, as complementary reading about models, I highly recommend the following book
Then, there are many books about mathematical modelling. Books that are relatively close to the spirit of this course are