[PHYS 335] Computational Physics
An applied course in numerical methods and computational techniques related to problems in the natural sciences and engineering. Systems of equations, integration, differential equations, and parallel techniques will be examined within the framework of spreadsheets and structured programming. Error analysis and run-time will be addressed, as well as Unix system administration.
Prerequisite: Physics 101, Mathematics 110 or 115, and some previous computer experience required; Physics 206, Mathematics 115 and a course in computer programming recommended.