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PHYS 5630: Computational Physics I

A review of computational methods for differentiation, integration, interpolation, finding zeroes, extrema, etc. proceeding to a concentration on numerical solutions of differential equations, basic spectral analysis, numerical methods for matrices and Monte Carlo simulation applied to problems in classical and modern physics. Prerequisite: PHYS 2660; pre- or corequisite: PHYS 3210 and PHYS 3650, or instructor permission.
Section # Meeting Days Meeting Time Meeting Place Instructor Section Web Site
5630-1 MW 8:35 - 9:50 PHS 022C Hirosky, Bob (Lecturer)
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