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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.
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The Tracker video analysis and modeling program enables students to create simple particle model simulations based on Newton's laws and to compare their behavior directly with that…
  
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A. Bartrlett, T. Chartier, A. Langville, and T. Rankin, J. Online Math. & Its Appl., 8 (May 2008) (2008).
The "Integer Programming Model for the Sudoku Problem" article in the The Journal of Online Mathematics and Its Applications uses an EJS binary integer linear model to solve this…
  
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The "Mountains of Fractals" article in the Math DL develops algorithms to produce coastlines and mountains in two dimensions by adapting mathematical ideas related to the…
  
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How Easy is 'Easy Java Simulations' Programming? was written by mathematics professor Tim Chartier and his student Erich Kreutzer to introduce and review EJS for the MAA Mathematical…
  
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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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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…
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