Quantum Methods with Mathematica

Quantum Methods with Mathematica
By James M. Feagin
Publisher: Springer | 1994 | 482 Pages | ISBN: 3540979735 | File type: PDF | 3.28 mb
This is a topical work on quantum mechanics which can be used in a conventional or a computer lab-based course in introductory quantum mechanics. The materials have been thoroughly class-tested and "debugged" by the author. Pertinent Mathematica code has been carefully checked for clarity and correctness of expression by the author, physicists and Mathematica experts at Wolfram Research, Inc., distributors of the Mathematica software around which much of the content in this book/disc package has been built. The book is divided into two parts: "Systems in One Dimension" and "Quantum Dynamics". The book not only provides new Mathematica users with usage and syntax explanations, but also provides quick-reference appendices for the more lengthy or abstract applications. There are numerous problems and exercises integrated into the text and they are an essential part of the book.




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