PHYS 213 Computational Methods in Physics
PHYS 213 Computational Methods in Physics Units: 3.00
Computing environments, algorithms, techniques and programming for solving physics problems. Numerical methods. Code development. Possible topics to be covered include numerical differentiation and integration, root finding and optimization problems, solution of linear systems of equations, Monte Carlo simulation, and symbolic computation.
Learning Hours: 120 (24 Lecture, 24 Tutorial, 72 Private Study)
Requirements: Prerequisite (PHYS 104 or PHYS 106) and (MATH 120 or MATH 121). Exclusion MATH 272; PHYS 313.
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Science
Concurrent Education Degree Requirements
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