Introduction to Computational Physics
by Richard Fitzpatrick
Number of pages: 322
A complete set of lecture notes for an upper-division computational physics course. Topics covered include scientific programming in C, the numerical solution of ordinary and partial differential equations, particle-in-cell codes, and Montecarlo methods.
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