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I'm entering graduate school this fall and was looking to improve my computational physics knowledge. I have experience with MATLAB, Python, Java, and some C.

My question is which resources do you think are the best for learning the methods required for computational quantum mechanics? Specifically, I suppose these would include partial differential equations, linear algebra, etc... I have numerous good resources on numerical integration/differentiation, but my library is lacking in these areas.

Thanks!

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# Best books for computational quantum mechanics?

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