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Numerical Methods for Physics is an upper-division/graduate level textbook on computational physics. The book's website provides errata, additional exercises, and information on the…
  
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Chapter 3 discusses several numerical methods needed to simulate the motion of particles using Newton's laws and introduces the Ordinary Differential Equation (ODE) editor that makes…
  
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Chapter 2 introduces Java syntax and EJS elements in the context of simulating the motion of falling particles near the Earth's surface. A simple Euler algorithm for solving…
Scalar Field Gradient Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Scalar Field Gradient Model displays the gradient of a scalar field using a numerical approximation to the partial derivatives. This simple teaching model also shows how to…
The trouble with numerical derivatives  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The derivative of a function is always less smooth than the function. Because of this any noise in our data is magnified when we differentiate it.
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EvaluationMonitor and StepMonitor are options for many of Mathematica's numerical function and are excellent ways of tracking the performance of your ODE solver. In order to…
Modeling a Changing World  [ Computer Program ]
  
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Modeling a Changing World written by mathematics professor Tim Chartier and his student Nick Dovidio presents curricular material in an OSP Launcher package to motivate the need for…
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R. Kung and C. Linder, Comp. Sci. Eng., 9 (4), 92-95 (2007).
Students need self-assessment skills, yet in our experience, these skills appear to be severely lacking in undergraduate students. Descriptions from student interviews and related…
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C. Myers and J. Sethna, Comp. Sci. Eng., 9 (3), 75-79 (2007).
The authors' interdisciplinary computational methods course uses Python and associated numerical and visualization libraries to enable students to implement simulations for several…
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C. Hu, Comp. Sci. Eng., 9 (5), 78-81 (2007).
This article explores the possibilities of teaching numerical computation to future engineers and scientists who use numerical computation as a tool.
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