Greetings PF.
I was thinking about going for a dual masters degree with one in physics and one in mathematics. Note that I'm not American, I'm currently in Europe and as such I'd guess it's almost like a double major. To me it felt like such a couple of degrees were a natural choice, but...
I would wholeheartedly recommend this book by Abbott. I found it to be a great book explaining the reasoning underlying the tools of calculus.
https://www.amazon.com/Understanding-Analysis-Stephen-Abbott/dp/0387950605
Concerning the dynamics I'd totally recommend John Taylor's "Classical Mechanics". Covers everything you listed and he's a really good writer.
https://www.amazon.com/Classical-Mechanics-John-R-Taylor/dp/189138922X...
Hello PF.
I wanted to optimize time expenditure on some calculation that I'm doing. A natural way to do this can be by computing parts in parallel.
Now when I say "parts" I don't mean that some computations are wholly independent of other computations. My situation is that I have a bunch of...
Some, not all. But most date back a bit, and the more recent ones are quite narrow in their content. Didn't see any recent review article or the likes.
Hello PF. I thought this would be a good place to ask around for information pertaining to "where we are at" in controlled creation of ultra-cold environments for atoms; for example, how cold an environment can we actually make today, etc.? I am especially interested in the BEC phenomena. When I...
Hey there PF.
I wanted to ask here if someone had any input as to why a tiny part of my code is "slow".
I have sloved a somewhat big eq.system numerically with Mathematica. Now, I do not really need the
actual integrated functions and so I sample them.
Below: I sample (picks out only 4...