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Numerical Methods for Physics is an upper-division/graduate level textbook on computational physics. The book's website provides errata, additional exercises, and information on the…
The Verlet Algorithm  [ Computer Program ]
  
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This Mathematica Notebook presents the Verlet Algorithm for integrating second order differential equations. This is an improvement on the Euler method because it better conserves…
The trouble with numerical derivatives  [ Computer Program ]
  
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This Mathematica Notebook explores the effect of noise in data when performing numerical analysis. The numerical derivative of a set of data is always less smooth than the data…
Evaluation Monitors  [ Computer Program ]
  
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This brief tutorial illustrates Mathematica Tools that monitor the intermediate steps in computations. EvaluationMonitor and StepMonitor are options for many of Mathematica's…
Duffing Chaos Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Ejs Duffing Chaos model computes the solutions to the non-linear Duffing equation, which reads, x'' + 2 γ x' - x (1 - x 2 ) = f cos( ω t), where each prime denotes a…
Ejs Baker’s Map Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Ejs Baker’s Map model computes a class of generalized baker’s maps defined in the unit square. The simulation displays the resulting points as well as the distance between…
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G. Wilson, Comp. Sci. Eng., 10 (3), 5-6 (2008).
Much of today's thinking about computational science education is shaped by the needs of the high-performance minority and the perspective of academic computer science. What most…
Computing in Science and Engineering
  
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M. Gobbert and N. Neerchal, Comp. Sci. Eng., 10 (1), 93-95 (2008).
Careers in science and engineering entail interactions with professionals from many fields. Interdisciplinary work in graduate school - such as that found at UMBC's Center for…
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C. Hu, Comp. Sci. Eng., 9 (5), 78-81 (2007).
This article explores the possibilities of teaching numerical computation to future engineers and scientists who use numerical computation as a tool.
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M. Bernreuther and H. Bungartz, Comp. Sci. Eng., 8 (4), 16-25 (2006).
In an effort to improve the way in which computational science and engineering is taught, the authors worked on two project-based software-focused modules in two different study…
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