Computational Physics

These are the lecture notes for Physics 4390 – Computational Physics, taught at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. Much of the material presented here has be adapted from the following textbooks:

These notes are not intended as a replacement for these books, nor should they be used as such.

The notes are organized by topic and subtopic. Each topic resides in it's own file, with subtopics denoted within each topical file.



  1. Introduction

histogram.c

  1. The Internet
  2. Data Acquisition
  3. Data Analysis

gravity.c

halflife.c

  1. Derivatives
  2. Integrals
  3. Random Numbers
  4. Monte Carlo Methods
  5. Random Walks

distance.c

sailor.c

  1. Differential Equations

oscillator.c

  1. Partial Differential Equations

hyperbolic.c


Comments to: Daniel Suson

Last updated: January 1, 2003.