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Source code in C to simulate a Speckle Potential
Addendum: After writing this post I had a nagging feeling. Some kind of unease about the codes I provided. After taking a quick read of my second edition of Numerical Recipes in C I realized what might have caused that … Continue reading
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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
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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