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Why "Computational Physics".
Novadays, it has become more and more important in all fields of science
to check the results of theoretical considerations, or to simulate the
processes in physical, chemical or technical systems by means of computers.
This, together with the ever accelerating development of more powerful
computer systems, has brough forth a vast range of possibilities for
all branches of numerical system modelling.
Conveying the ability for using the computer right.
The ability to develop mathematical solutions for problems with the support of computers is a most important issue in the education of students in the classical sciences. But there are some problems arising from the possibilities modern computing systems offer:
These are the questions that are to be treated on this website.
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