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PHYS 3181 : Computational Physics
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ASTRO-BS: Astronomy and Astrophysics
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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MATH 2233 and PHYS 3161
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Numerical methods with physics, math, and engineering applications; numerical integration, ODE, PDE, Monte-Carlo methods, linear algebra, and other relevant numerical techniques. In addition to the course prerequisites students must be familiar with a programming language. Laboratory fee.
At the completion of the course students should be able to: 1. Demonstrate the ability to identify the right numerical technique to solve basic problems in physics. 2. Show the ability to design the infrastructure to support debugging and data analysis required for the problem. 3. Be able to transpose relevant mathematical notation into C code. 4. Demonstrate the ability to employ basic program flow control in C. 5. Be able to use Mathematica for plotting and data analysis.
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CCAS - GCR: Natural Sciences
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Rollback: Please update the request to include an effective term. Also, the syllabus needs to be updated with critical information including a weekly schedule, amount of time spent out of class, university policies, and safety and security.