Some resources and listings related to (surprise!) computational physics.

- Jim's fourier notes ( pdf | mathematica )
- http://www.mega-nerd.com/libsndfile/ - C library to read/write audio
- http://www.fftw.org/links.html - lists of FFT source code
- http://www.jjj.de/fxt/fxtbook.pdf is a pretty nice PDF of a book which covers the FFT. (Local mirror)

- http://bartok.ucsc.edu/peter/115/ is the course page for a similar class. It has lots of good

write ups on computational stuff. In Particular http://bartok.ucsc.edu/peter/115/shoot.pdf talks about the shooting method.

- http://www.physics.unlv.edu/~pang/cp.html is some supplementary stuff/code from Tao Pang's An Introduction to Computational Physics Course.
- wikipedia:Bra-ket notation
- http://beige.ucs.indiana.edu/P573/tryme.html is another course related to this one. Focus is more on computer science and developing a tool kit to do various kinds of numerical and scientific work. There is a section on spectral methods which appears useful: http://beige.ucs.indiana.edu/P573/node119.html.

- Coded up the DFT and recursive FFT problem. It is in my CS account.
- I sent the guy who wrote the online book an email and got a response

- Work on differential equations.
- There's also code to solve the schrodinger equation in that directory.

- here is a program I wrote to do the time dependent schrodinger equation. It is all done in lovely python.
- here is my work using the relaxation method to solve for a potential given known boundary conditions.
- here is my chaos stuff.

- Work on DFT and FFT.
- Work on Differential Equations.
- about the mathematica harmonic and non-harmonic oscillator quantum work
- the mathematica files

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