Download Advances in Computer Simulation: Lectures Held at the Eötvös by Werner Krauth (auth.), János Kertész, Imre Kondor (eds.) PDF

By Werner Krauth (auth.), János Kertész, Imre Kondor (eds.)

Computer simulation has turn into a easy instrument in lots of branches of physics resembling statistical physics, particle physics, or fabrics technology. the applying of effective algorithms is at the least as very important pretty much as good in large-scale computation. This quantity includes didactic lectures on such strategies in accordance with actual perception. The emphasis is on Monte Carlo tools (introduction, cluster algorithms, reweighting and multihistogram thoughts, umbrella sampling), effective info research and optimization tools, yet features of supercomputing, the answer of stochastic differential equations, and molecular dynamics also are mentioned. The e-book addresses graduate scholars and researchers in theoretical and computational physics.

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