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Agent Based Economic Model Comparison  [ Computer Program ]
  
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W. Christian, J. Tobochnik, and H. Gould
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This EJS JavaScript model compares two agent-based economic models with different wealth transaction rules (algorithms) and compares the resulting wealth distributions. Both models…
  
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W. Christian, J. Tobochnik, and H. Gould
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How does growth influence the distribution of wealth in a society? We investigate this question using a simple agent-based model that adds growth and its distribution to the basic…
Using the Computer as a Black Box  [ Book Section ]
  
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L. Engelhardt
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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…
The Physics Teacher
  
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L. Engelhardt, Phys. Teach., 50 (10), 402 - 404 (2012).
A Physics Teacher article that describes a user-friendly EJS software package for performing common mathematical tasks including plotting and animating functions, solving systems of…
  
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S. Wheaton
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This website contains a set of 7 simulations and accompanying worksheets that introduce a number of basic Monte Carlo techniques (e.g. generating and testing random sequences,…
Asset Exchange Model Package  [ Computer Program ]
  
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W. Christian, J. Tobochnik, and H. Gould
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The EjsS Asset Exchange Model Package contains JavaScript models to investigate the transfer of wealth in a simple economic model consisting of N buyers and sellers, known as agents,…
  
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D. Röss
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This work takes an experimental approach to understanding mathematics through the use of interactive Java simulations. Suggestions for experiments to perform are included for over 60…
  
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H. Gould and J. Tobochnik
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We introduce the basic concepts of probability and apply them to simple physical systems and everyday life. We will discover the universal nature of the central limit theorem and the…
Ordinary Differential Equations (Draft)  [ Book Section ]
  
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W. Christian and F. Esquembre
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An object-oriented approach to the solution of ordinary differential equations using the OSP Java library and Easy Java Simulations.
Modeling a Changing World  [ Computer Program ]
  
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Modeling a Changing World written by mathematics professor Tim Chartier and his student Nick Dovidio presents curricular material in an OSP Launcher package to motivate the need for…
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