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Mathematica Resources
Well just because I suck at Mathematica programming it doesn’t mean you should suck at it too. Nor does it mean that I should suck at it forever. With that in mind I want to bring to your attention a … Continue reading
Some more jazz
In a previous post I’ve already mentioned a few books that are useful for people that want to get into Quantum Mechanics and Field Theory. This time I want to add two more suggestions: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics and Field Theory. … Continue reading
Posted in 00 General, 02 Literature
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Some resources on Field Theory and “all” that jazz
Here are some online resources on Field Theory related issues: Hagen Kleinert‘s Books. Warren Siegel‘s Fields. Warren Siegel‘s Introduction to string field theory. Srednicki‘s Quantum Field Theory. Though I’m hardly a specialist in this (yet!) I can see that all … Continue reading
Posted in 00 General, 02 Literature
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A quickie on Special Relativity
This post is intended to be a very concise rebuttal to one of the most popular misconceptions about the theory of Special Relativity. — 1. Brief Historical Review — For the ones that really want to have a better grasp … Continue reading
New avenues into Quantum Mechanics
In recent times two articles that can do the seemingly impossible in Quantum Mechanics have been published and they generated some buzz on the interweb. This first article Observing the Average Trajectories of Single Photons in a TwoSlit Interferometer is … Continue reading
Posted in 03 Physics, 03 Quantum Mechanics
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Cigarshaped trap potential
At more or less at the same time that I did the Mathematica code to simulate a speckle pattern producing potential I also had to create a code that recreated a cigarshaped trap potential. This was done with the goal … Continue reading
Posted in 00 General, 03 Programming
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Mathematica code
A long time ago I had to make a program that would simulate a speckle pattern. I ended up doing it in C and in Mathematica. Now I’ll just post in here my Mathematica code to see how it looks … Continue reading