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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 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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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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