-- CamiloSevilla - 2016-03-21

Computational Tools for Applied Physics v01

Autor: Andrés Camilo Sevilla124, José Mauricio Sevilla34


1Grupo Física de Bajas Temperaturas y Detectores CRYOMAG - UNAL
2Grupo Física Médica - UNAL
3Grupo de Caos y Complejidad - UNAL
4Organización Colombiana para la Investigación en Física Médica
March 2016 - Bogotá, Colombia

1. Overview

This project is

2. Syllabus

  1. Shell: Due to several programming tools ulseful to simulate physical phenomena are developed over operative systems based on UNIX, is important know its command line interface, using shell is posible execute many scripts at same time or join multiple jobs from different tools. [ see more]

  2. Pre-programming: The advantages and differences of "compiled" and "interpreted" programming languages are presented, the most used structures are described, we develop some examples in common language to reconigze these structures and finally we translate it into machine language. [see more]
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