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Mathematica World - June

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Mathematica World - June
  • From: smh at matilda.vut.edu.au (Stephen Hunt)
  • Date: Tue, 5 Jul 94 1:09:52 EST

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Mathematica World - Helping You Describe Your World Mathematically

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June.  Simulating Nature - Richard J. Gaylord and Kazume Nishidate - The first 
in recurring column of articles.  In this issue, "Aggregation, Deposition and 
Spreading":  The coalescence of particles, resulting in the formation of large 
structures, is a topic of great interest in many of the physical, chemical and 
biological sciences. It also has engineering applications. Two mechanisms of 
coherence that result in the formation of clusters of particles are considered: 
accretion from without and growth from within.  Programs are developed that can 
be used to simulate the processes of diffusion-limited aggregation, ballistic 
deposition and kinetic growth.  Other Notebooks - Isotopic Tilings, Iteration 
Methods in Numerical Analysis, Self-Replicating Code, Dickinson College Calculus
Project, Kreyzsig Lab, Mathematica University*, OzMATH Corner.  Tutorials - 
Function Browser, Open Special Strings/Names and Messages, Variables in Pure 
Functions & Rules, DiscreteMath`RSolve`, Graphics`PlotField`, 
NumericalMath`InterpolateRoot`.  Referred Article - Differential Operator.  News
- Tip of the Month, Programming Competition, and solutions to news and mail 
group problems.  


For further information email smh at matilda.vut.edu.au

Steve Hunt
Editor

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