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This introduction to video modeling includes a tutorial on modeling a simple projectile and an exercise on modeling an oscillating cart slowed by friction. This self-contained…
  
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The EJS adaptation of An Introduction to Computer Simulation Methods Chapter 17 studies affine transformations in order to visualize objects in three dimensions. We then solve…
JavaScript Physlets  [ Computer Program ]
  
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Physlet have been converted from Java to JavaScript using the newly developed Physlet JavaScript library. This conversion of Physlets from Java to JavaScript allows Physlet-based…
  
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The Modeling a Rocket Launch with Gravity and Air Resistance text guides the reader through a process of developing, implementing, and validating an EJS model of a rocket being…
Using the Computer as a Black Box  [ Book Section ]
  
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Chapter 1 of Open Source tools for Computational Physics: An introduction to EJS and Python . This chapter introduces the use of the computer as a “black box” (i.e., without…
  
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Chapter 7 introduces Random processes in the context of several simple physical systems, including random walks on a lattice, polymers, and diffusion controlled chemical reactions.…
  
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L. Wee, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting Conference 2010 Summer Meeting , 4 (2010).
Paper FI05 presented at the AAPT Summer 2010 meeting in Portland, OR. To deepen the professional practice of physics educators, I seek to highlight the Open Source Physics (OSP) and…
  
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F. Esquembre, 2013 Winter AAPT (2013).
This talk describes recent additions to Easy Java Simulations (EJS). EJS is a modeling and authoring tool that helps teachers and students create interactive simulations of physics…
  
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Version 5 of the Easy Java/JavaScript (EjsS) authoring tool supports both Java and JavaScript programming languages and this chapter provides an overview of how to convert EjsS Java…
  
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This introductory chapter provides an overview of Easy Java/JavaScript Simulations (EjsS), the high-level modeling and authoring tool that we use to teach modeling and simulation. We…
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