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Books: Computational Physics

- Introductory Computational Physics

by A. Klein and A. Godunov, Cambridge University Press (2006) - An Introduction to Computer Simulation Methods: Applications to Physical Systems (3rd Edition)

by Harvey Gould, Jan Tobochnik, Wolfgang Christian, Addison Wesley (2006) - A First Course in Scientific Computing: Symbolic, Graphic, and Numeric Modeling Using Maple, Java, Mathematica, and Fortran90

by Rubin H. Landau, Princeton University Press (2005) - A First Course in Computational Physics and Object-Oriented Programming with C++

by David Yevick, Cambridge University Press (2005) - Computational Physics, 2nd edition

by J. M. Thijssen, Cambridge University Press (2007). - Computational Physics : Problem Solving with Computers (2nd edition)

by R. H. Landau and M. J. Paez, John Wiley & Sons (2007). - An Introduction to Computational Physics,

by T. Pang, Cambridge University Press (1997). (1st edition -Fortran version, second edition - Java version (2006)) - An Introduction to Computer Simulation Methods: Applications to Physical Systems

by Harvey Gould, Jan Tobochnik, Pearson Education POD; 2nd edition (1996). - Computational Physics (2nd edition)

by Nicholas J. Giordano, Benjamin Cummings (2005) - Introduction to Computational Science. Modeling and Simulation for the Sciences

by Angela B, Shiflet and George W. Shiflet, Princeton University Press (2006) - Data Analysis with Excel. An Introduction for Physical Sciences

by Les Kirkup, Cambridge University Press (2002) - Advanced Excel for Scientific Data Analysis

by Robert de Levie, Oxford University Press, (2004)

Libraries: Computational Physics

- The Computer Physics Communications International Program Library

The Library's function is the storage and dissemination of refereed computer programs in physics and physical chemistry,whose detailed descriptions have been published in the journal Computer Physics Communications - The Collaborative Computational Projects (CCPs) bring together leading UK expertise in key fields of computational research to tackle large-scale scientific software development, maintenance and distribution projects. Each project represents many years of intellectual and financial investment.

Journals: Computational Physics

- Computer Physics Communications (CPC) publishes research papers in computational physics and physical chemistry, and closely related areas in computational science, computer programs, review articles on selected topics
- Journal of Computational Physics thoroughly treats the computational aspects of physical problems, presenting techniques for the numerical solution of mathematical equations arising in all areas of physics. The journal seeks to emphasize methods that cross disciplinary boundaries.

- Computing in Science & Engineering: CiSE magazine is a joint publication of the IEEE Computer Society and the American Institute of Physics. It covers computational science and engineering research for a broad range of fields

Books: Numerical Methods

- Numerical recipes. The Art of Scientific Computing (FORTRAN / C),

by Press W.H. Flannery et al, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, (1989/1997) - Numerical Methods for Physics

by Alejandro L. Garcia, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs NJ (2000) - Numerical Methods for Engineers and Scientists, Second Edition,

by Joe D. Hoffman, Dekker Inc. (2001) - Scientific Computing and Differential Equations : An Introduction to Numerical Methods

by Gene H. Golub and James M. Ortega, Academic Press (1991) - Ordinary and Partial Differential Equation Routines in C, C++, Fortran, Java, Maple, and MATLAB

by H.J. Lee and W.E. Schiesser, Chapman & Hall (2003) - Numerical Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations (2nd edition)

by J. C. Butcher, Wiley (2003) - QUADPACK. A Subroutine Package for Automatic Integration

by R. Piessens et. al., Springer-Verlag, Berlin (1983) - Computer methods for mathematical computations

Forsythe G.E., Malcolm M.A., Moler C.B. Prentice-Hall, inc. Englewood cliffs, N.J., (1977)

Reference Books and Links:** **

- NIST Digital Library of Mathematical Functions "These ... reference works contain a comprehensive set of mathematical tools useful for any and all specialists who work with mathematical modeling and computation".
- NIST Handbook of Mathematical Functions (printed companion - the NIST Handbook of Mathematical Functions)
- Wolfram MathWorld

"MathWorld is the web's most extensive mathematical resource" - Handbook of Mathematical Functions with Formulas, Graphs, and Mathematical Table

Abramowitz, M. and Stegun, I.A. (very many editions) - Table of Integrals, Series, and Products

by I. S. Gradshteyn and I. M. Ryzhik (very many editions)