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D. Winch, Comp. Sci. Eng., 8 (5), 11-15 (2006).
You know one if you see one, but can you define a computational physics course in general? Even more fundamentally, can you specify what role numerical computations should have in…
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M. Gobbert and N. Neerchal, Comp. Sci. Eng., 10 (1), 93-95 (2008).
Careers in science and engineering entail interactions with professionals from many fields. Interdisciplinary work in graduate school - such as that found at UMBC's Center for…
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K. Roos, Comp. Sci. Eng., 8 (5), 44-50 (2006).
Bradley University's Physics Department has developed an incremental approach to computational physics instruction. The instruction interweaves modern computational techniques with…
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M. Johnston, Comp. Sci. Eng., 8 (5), 32-37 (2006).
Analytical skills provide the theoretical framework for much of physics; however, in the real-world analytical solutions to problems frequently remain elusive. More often than not,…
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R. Landau, Comp. Sci. Eng., 6 (2), 68-75 (2004).
We presently are experiencing historically rapid advances in science, technology, and education driven by a dramatic increase in computer use and power. In the past, educators were…
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R. Fuller, Comp. Sci. Eng., 8 (5), 16-21 (2006).
A recent study using email and Web surveys gathered responses from physics faculty members across the US about their use of numerical computations in the classroom. Responses showed…
  
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Ready to run Luncher package containing examples for An Introduction to Computer Simulation Methods by Harvey Gould, Jan Tobochnik, and Wolfgang Christian.
OSP User's Guide Examples  [ Computer Program ]
  
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Ready to run examples from the Open Source Physics User's Guide.
VPython Introductory Computational Physics  [ Computer Program ]
  
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This zip file contains the existing student computational activities developed by Ruth Chabay and Bruce Sherwood in the context of the introductory calculus-based physics curriculum…
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W. Christian, M. Belloni, and D. Brown, Comp. Sci. Eng., 8 (5), 51-58 (2006).
This article provides background information and instructions for users of Open Source Physics (OSP) java applet packages. OSP simulations and pedagogical materials are distributed…