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Solving Ordinary Differential Equations  [ Book Section ]
  
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EJS and OSP examples to accompany the Solving Ordinary Differential Equations chapter in the Handbook of Dynamical Systems edited by Paul Fishwick. Dynamic models are described in…
Function Visualizer Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Function Visualizer Model displays the graph of a function f(x) with arbitrary parameters.  The function can contain polynomial, trigonometric, and exponential expressions as…
JOptics 
  
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This website contains an ensemble of resources and java applets for teaching university level Physical Optics as part of physics or optics and optometry studies. Some of the…
  
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This web site contains Java Applets best suited for high school Physics Education.A very useful resourve especially for students and educators. There are various Java Applets such as…
Computing in Science and Engineering
  
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M. Marone, Comp. Sci. Eng., 4 (4), 94-97 (2002).
At Mercer University, we have developed an online interactive chaotic pendulum. This pendulum is unique in that it is not a computer simulation but an actual device that can be…
Computing in Science and Engineering
  
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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…
Computing in Science and Engineering
  
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O. Yasar, J. Mallekal, L. Little, and D. Jones, Comp. Sci. Eng., 8 (3), 76-81 (2006).
As technology is increasingly used in most facets of the workplace, it is imperative that primary and secondary schools and colleges help create a workforce capable of turning…
Computing in Science and Engineering
  
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R. Landau, Comp. Sci. Eng., 8 (5), 22-30 (2006).
Computational physics provides a broader, more balanced, and more flexible education than a traditional physics major. Moreover, presenting physics within a scientific…
Computing in Science and Engineering
  
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I. Grimstead, D. Walker, N. Avis, F. Kleinermann, and J. McClure, Comp. Sci. Eng., 9 (5), 32-38 (2007).
Medical undergraduate education and postgraduate training must adapt and adjust to the pressures and problems associated with traditional methods of teaching anatomy and pathology.…
  
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Easy Java Simulations (EJS) is a Java program that enables both programmers and novices to quickly and easily prototype, test, and distribute packages of Java simulations.
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