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M. Belloni, Summer Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, 30 (2009).
In recent years, physics education research has documented that students who are in active learning environments learn more than students in more passive learning environments. With…
Colliding Galaxies  [ Computer Program ]
  
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W. Christian and K. Lim
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The Colliding Galaxies Model is an implementation of Alar and Juri Toomres’ 1972 super computer model showing the formation of galactic bridges and tails under the assumption that…
Fitting Cosmological Data Growth DEDGP  [ Computer Program ]
  
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J. Moldenhauer, W. Zimmerman, F. Cavanna, and W. O'Toole
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The Growth factor parameter, f(z) is an ansantz for measuring the growth of large scale galaxy clusters. The simulation allows users to compare and fit theoretical models of…
Fitting Cosmological Data AP DEDGP  [ Computer Program ]
  
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J. Moldenhauer, F. Cavanna, W. O'Toole, and W. Zimmerman
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Measurements of the Alcock-Paczynski test, support the accelerated expansion of the universe (cosmic acceleration). The simulation allows users to compare and fit theoretical models…
  
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M. Belloni, W. Christian, and K. Thompson
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M. Belloni, W. Christian, and K. Thompson, Summer Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, 19 (2014).
With the rise of tablets, such as the iPad, the past few years have seen an increase in the demand for quality electronic textbooks. Unfortunately most of the current offerings do…
Fitting Cosmological Data DEDPG Package  [ Computer Program ]
  
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J. Moldenhauer, K. Stone, Z. Shuler, L. Engelhardt, F. Cavanna, W. O'Toole, and W. Zimmerman
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The EJS Fitting Cosmological Data DEDGP Launcher package includes several cosmological fitting simulations for five different observations of the expansion, all of which support a…
Fitting Cosmological Data CMB DEDGP  [ Computer Program ]
  
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J. Moldenhauer, K. Stone, and L. Engelhardt
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The Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) radiation measurements offer some of the most powerful constraints in cosmology for supporting the accelerated expansion of the universe (cosmic…
Fitting Cosmological Data Hz DEDGP  [ Computer Program ]
  
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J. Moldenhauer, K. Stone, and L. Engelhardt
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Direct and indirect measurements of the Hubble Parameter, H(z), support the accelerated expansion of the universe (cosmic acceleration). The Hubble Parameter represents the expansion…
Fitting Cosmological Data Baryon DEDGP  [ Computer Program ]
  
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J. Moldenhauer, K. Stone, and L. Engelhardt
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Measurements of the baryon acoustic oscillations (BAO or Baryon), as standard rulers, support the accelerated expansion of the universe (cosmic acceleration). This simulation…
Fitting Cosmological Data Compilation DEDGP  [ Computer Program ]
  
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J. Moldenhauer, K. Stone, Z. Shuler, and L. Engelhardt
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The 1998 discovery of the cosmic acceleration with supernovae was recently awarded the 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics. More observations continue to support this accelerated expansion…
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