Computational Physics: A Guide For Beginners Looking To Speed Up Their Computation

Computational Physics: A Guide For Beginners Looking To Speed Up Their Computation

Written for undergraduate, graduates, and professionals, Computational Physics outlines how to speed up your computation with a number of techniques, covering the use of parallel processing with the CPU and GPU. Industry best practices are outlined, with topics ranging from fundamentals to parallel processing. Students and professionals looking to learn MATLAB for the first time will find an easy to understand guide that is light on jargon.

A chapter on MATLAB basics is included. In addition, MATLAB and Parallel Computing Toolbox are used to solve examples throughout the book.

About This Book

Muhammad Alli, Dublin City University

Muhammad Alli, 2016

Language: English

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