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Chapter 6 studies simple nonlinear deterministic models that exhibit chaotic behavior. We will find that the use of the computer to do numerical experiments will help us gain insight…
  
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Chapter 10 computes the electric fields due to static and moving charges, describes methods for computing the electric potential in boundary value problems, and solves Maxwell's…
  
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Chapter 5 applies Newton's laws of motion to planetary motion and other systems of a few particles and explores some of the counter-intuitive consequences of Newton's laws.
MPTL 14 EJS Workshop Report  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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F. Esquembre, W. Christian, and B. Mason, MPTL 14 (2009).
The EJS Workshop Report held at MPTL 14 in Udine Italy provides an introduction to Easy Java Simulations (EJS) and the Open Source Physics (OSP) Collection on ComPADRE. The workshop…
  
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D. Brown, AAPT 2007 Summer Meeting (2007).
In Spring 2007, introductory mechanics students at Cabrillo College used Tracker to compare 2D particle models with videos of real-world motion. After doing a traditional motion…
Spectroscopy Using the Tracker Video Analysis Program  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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D. Brown, AAPT 2005 Summer Meeting (2005).
Spectroscopy has important applications in many fields and deserves more attention than is the norm in introductory optics labs. This poster describes a set of inexpensive,…
  
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These are the workshop notes for a basic introduction to the OSP collection and ComPADRE. The focus is on the use of the Filing Cabinet.
  
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L. Wee and W. MAK, Third Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference, 7 (2009).
This paper highlights the diverse possibilities in the rich community of educators from the Conceptual Learning of Science (CoLoS) and Open Source Physics (OSP) movement to engage,…
  
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Chapter 4 explores the behavior of oscillatory systems, including the simple harmonic oscillator, a simple pendulum, and electrical circuits. We introduce the concept of phase space…
  
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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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