# Basic Concepts in Computational Physics 2nd Edition

| |**Book Name**: Basic Concepts in Computational Physics 2nd Edition

**Author**: Benjamin A. Stickler, Ewald Schachinger

**Publisher**: Springer

**Year**: 2016

**Pages**: 409

**Language**: English

**File size**: 4834 KB

**File format**: PDF

### Basic Concepts in Computational Physics 2nd Edition Pdf Book Description:

Readers will find the advantages of numerical techniques for solving complex mathematical problems and also for the direct simulation of physiological processes. The publication is split into two major components: Deterministic techniques and stochastic approaches in computational physics. According to concrete issues, the first section discusses numerical differentiation and integration, in addition to the treatment of ordinary differential equations. This can be extended by a succinct introduction into the numerics of partial differential equations.

Particular emphasis is on MARKOV series MC algorithms. The last two chapters discuss information analysis and stochastic optimization. All this is motivated and augmented by software from physics. Additionally, the publication delivers a lot of appendices to supply the reader with advice on subjects not discussed in the primary text. Numerous issues with worked-out options, chapter introductions and summaries, together with a very clear and application-oriented personality support the reader. Prepared to utilize C++ codes are supplied online.

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