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Introduction to Computational Physics by University of Heidelberg

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Introduction to Computational Physics by University of Heidelberg

Introduction to Computational Physics by University of Heidelberg

This note covers the following topics: Computers and Numbers, Practical Hints, Modeling Physics Problems, Linear Algebra, Solving Ordinary Differential Equation, Discrete Dynamical Systems and Chaos, Random Numbers, Monte Carlo Simulation.

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