By Paul L. DeVries
The swift development of computational physics has left a spot within the to be had literature safely protecting this significant topic. This ebook fills that desire. It demonstrates how numerical tools are used to resolve the issues that physicists face. Chapters speak about kinds of computational difficulties, with routines built round difficulties of actual curiosity. inside of every one bankruptcy, scholars are lead from discussions of basic difficulties and straightforward numerical ways via derivations of extra advanced and complicated tools. comprises non-standard fabric reminiscent of Monte Carlo equipment, orthogonal polynomials and automated tomography, and makes use of FORTRAN because the programming language.
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A first course in computational physics by Paul L. DeVries