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33-241 Introduction to Computional Physics

Prerequisites:15-100 and 21-122 and 33-104 and (33-112 or 33-132)
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The course emphasizes the formulation of physical problems for machine computation with exploration of alternative numerical methods. Work will be done on a range of computers from workstations to high performance computing platforms. Examples are drawn from Physics I and II, and Experimental Physics, as well as concurrent physics courses.

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