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ATop

1991 Directory of Physics Courseware: 5 (1), 71


Abbott, Hilton
Physics Homework Management: Using HyperCard to Generate Individualized Problem Sets: 8 (2), 166


Abbott, Paul C.
See Rowe, Alistair C. H.
See Wang, Jing B.


Abelson, Harold, and Nancy Forbes
Amorphous Computing: 12 (6), 520


Abraham, Farid F., Jeremy Q. Broughton, Noam Bernstein, and Efthimios Kaxiras
Spanning the Length Scales in Dynamic Simulation: 12 (6), 538


ACA Meeting Includes Computing Sessions: 6 (3), 225


Acacio de Barros, J.
See Ravaglia, Raymond


Adams, Barry G., and Gustavo A. Arteca
Symbolic computation of energy perturbation expansions for spherically symmetric hydrogenic systems: 8 (3), 343


Adler, Joan
See Kidan, T.
See Silverman, Amihai
Series Expansions: 8 (3), 287


Agosto, F. J.
See Esteban, E. P.


Aguirregabiria, J. M., A. Hernández, and M. Rivas
Are We Careful Enough When Using Computer Algebra?: 8 (1), 56


Aguirregabiria, J.M., A. Hernandez, M. Rivas, and M. A. Valle
On the equilibrium configuration of point charges placed on an ellipse: 4 (1), 60


Akyildiz, Yilmaz
Parametric curve fitting: an alternative to Lagrange interpolation and splines: 8 (6), 722


Al-Beteri, A. A., and D. E. Raeside
A Monte Carlo electron transport code for the desktop computer: 6 (6), 633


Ala-Nissila, T.
See Vattulainen, I.


Alda, Witold, Witold Dzwinel, Jacek Kitowski, Jacek Moscinski, Marek Pogoda, and David A. Yuen
Complex fluid-dynamical phenomena modeled by large-scale molecular-dynamics
simulations: 12 (6), 595


Alex, Michael, and Jason Crain
Mean-field analysis on the Macintosh: 5 (2), 193


Alexander, David J.
See Cary, John R.


Alexander, P., and L. F. Gladden
How to Create an X-Window Interface to Gnuplot and Fortran Programs Using the Tcl/Tk Toolkit: 9 (1), 57


Alexander,  Francis J., and Alejandro L. Garcia
The Direct Simulation Monte Carlo Method: 11 (6), 588


Alexis, Dominique
Calendar Section and Issue Previews Go on Our Web Page: 9 (1), 22
CIP's Home Page Gets a Facelift: 9 (4), 371
CIP's Web Site Now Lets You Search Interactively: 9 (3), 259
Here's What You Can Find on Our Web Page: 10 (1), 16
More Offered from CIP's Home Page: 9 (5), 481
More Product Information by Telnet and the World Wide Web: 9 (2), 138
New Attractions: Spec Sheets for New Products and Internet Goldmines: 8 (6), 640
New This Issue: Advance Program, Author Guidelines, and 100 More New Products: 8 (4), 397
New This Issue: Web Link to CIP Online & Reader Survey Report: 8 (5), 511
Web Site Update: 9 (6), 583


Alexopoulos, P. S.
See Giles, R.


Alley, W. Edward
See Still, Charles H.


Alliant to Ship Second-Generation Minisupercomputers: 2 (2), 96


Allodi, G., and R. Coïsson
Reflection and propagation of waves in one-dimensional quasi-periodic structures: 10 (4), 385


Amala, Paul A. K., and Garry H. Rodrigue
Programming Models for Three-Dimensional Hydrodynamics on the CM-5 (Part 1): 8 (2), 181
Programming Models for Three-Dimensional Hydrodynamics on the CM-5 (Part 2): 8 (3), 300


Ambrosini, Roberto
See Caporaloni, Marina


Andersen, David M.
See Sherwood, Bruce Arne


Andersen, David R.
See Regan, Jeffrey J.


Anderson, Dana Z.
Optical Systems That Imitate Human Memory: 3 (2), 19


Anderson, David V., Alan R. Fry, Ralf Gruber, and Alexandre Roy
Gigaflop speed algorithm for the direct solution of large block-tridiagonal systems in 3-D physics applications: 3 (2), 33


Anderson, David, and Elaine Oran
Highlights of Physics Computing '91: 5 (5), 455


Anderson, John
See Jacob, Robert


Anderson, Ronald K.
See Pickett, Robert C.


Andrew, Keith, and Charles G. Fleming
Space-time geometries characterized by solutions to the geodesic equations: 6 (5), 498


Andricioaei, Ioan, and John E. Straub
Finding the Needle in the Haystack: Algorithms for Conformal Optimization: 10 (5), 449


Antonelli, G.A., and Wolfgang Christian
Visualizing the Quantized Electromagnetic Field: 10 (3), 243


Aref, Hassan, Scott W. Jones, and Oran M. Thomas
Computing Particle Motions In Fluid Flows: 2 (6), 22


Argyrakis, Panos
Simulation of Diffusion-Controlled Chemical Reactions: 6 (5), 525


Arielli, Rami
See DeHaven, William


Arizpe, Humberto
See Morales-Acevedo, A.


Armstrong, Daryl, Ian Llanas, Frank Russo, and Jeffrey R. Schmidt
Visualization of Electromagnetic Fields Using Awk: 12 (2), 159


Arndt, Richard A., and L. David Roper
PC Software Adds Color To Physics Lectures: 2 (2), 62
Scattering in a spherical potential: Motion of complex-plane poles and zeros: 3 (2), 65


Arnold, Clifford N.
Methods for performance evaluation of algorithms and computers: 4 (5), 514


Aronson, J. W.
CHAOS: A SUN-based program for analyzing chaotic systems: 4 (4), 408


Arteca, Gustavo A.
See Adams, Barry G.


Ashktorab, K.
See Bajema, J.


Atkinson, J. Dudley, and David D. Cleary
A technique for modeling interference patterns from two-beam interferometers: 8 (4), 462


Au, Yuklun
See Holmes, Mark H.


Aubrecht, Gordon J.
Book review: The Excel Spreadsheet for Engineers and Scientists, by Irvin H. Kral: 7 (1), 35
Book review: Quattro Pro for Scientific and Engineering Spreadsheets, by Robert G. Parks: 7 (1), 35
Book review: Spreadsheet Physics, by Charles Misner and Patrick Cooney: 7 (1), 35


Ayala, G. F.
See Migliore, M.




BTop

Baba, Mamoru
See Nishidate, Kazue


Backstrom, Gunnar
Curve fitting by Lagrange interpolation: 7 (2), 213
Learning About Wave Mechanics by FEA on a PC: 10 (5), 444
PDEase2 Solves Partial Differential Equations Flexibly Using Finite Elements Analysis: 8 (2), 185


Bacon, Ben
A More Efficient Monte Carlo: 3 (2), 14
APS TGCP and CIP Cosponsor Conference: 4 (3), 226
Alaska Satellite Imaging Center To Study Polar Ice Cap: 3 (1), 13
An Answer to Eric's Question: 5 (1), 128
CERN Physicists Prepare To Handle L3 Data In Parallel: 3 (1), 15
Government and Industry Jointly Fund Gigabit Network Research: 4 (4), 345
Harvard-Smithsonian Images Show 1987A Eccentricity: 2 (6), 13
IBM Physicist Developing Software To Generate 3-D Atomic-Level Holograms: 3 (1), 9
Improved On-line Services Available From AIP's PINET: 4 (3), 226
In Defense of the Turing Test: 4 (2), 216
Micro to Macro Grand Challenges: 4 (5), 457
NCUBE 2 and Thinking Machines CM-2a Aimed at University Market: 3 (4), 9
NOAA Pits Expert Systems Against Weathermen: 3 (1), 11
Neural Network Scheduling for Hubble Space Telescope: 3 (3), 14
Physics Computing '91: 5 (2), 256
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center To Get GaAs Cray 3 In 1990: 2 (6), 9
Relativity Back in the Realm of the Senses: The Null-Strut Calculus: 3 (2), 9
The Electronic Journal?: 4 (4), 448
The Last Positivist: 3 (5), 112
Trollius + Transputers = Processing Power: 3 (2), 12
Using Small Computers to Control Big Experiments: MTL and CEBAF: 3 (3), 11
Visualization at SIGGRAPH: 3 (5), 11


Bacon, Michael E.
See Baines, C. G. Stafford


Baer, Howard, and William F. Long
Latest Software, Hardware Serve High-Energy Phenomenology: 6 (1), 24


Baier, G.
See Rossler, O. E.


Bailey, David H.
How Useful are Today's Parallel Computers?: 6 (2), 216


Baines, C. G. Stafford, and Michael E. Bacon
Note on using computer simulations in teaching introductory digital electronics

Bajema, J., K. Ashktorab, F. D. Becchetti, D. Hotz, and M. Shapiro
A Macintosh-based multiparameter pulse height analyzer and multichannel scaler system for advanced teaching laboratories: 8 (5), 608


Bajwa, Param D.
AAPT Winter Meeting Accents Growth of Computers in Physics: 6 (6), 572
Organizers Announce Plans for Physics Computing '93: 6 (6), 573
Physics Computing '93 looks at methodologies for fundamental research: 7 (2), 126
What Commercializing the Internet Will Mean for Physicists: 8 (1), 12


Bak, Per
Catastrophes and Self-Organized Criticality: 5 (4),430


Balfagón, A. and X. Jaén
TTC: Symbolic tensor calculus with indices: 12 (3), 286


Balick, Bruce
Voyager 11 Takes Students on Joy Rides Through the Universe: 7 (5), 551


Ballüder, Karsten, John A. Scales, Claus Schroeter, and Martin L. Smith
Selecting an Operating System, Part IV: Linux: 10 (1), 17


Balluder, Karsten
See Scales, John A.


Banavar, Jayanth R.
See Koplik, Joel


Bao, Min-Qi, and Anthony F. Starace
Using symbolic manipulation to evaluate Feynman's path integral for an interaction of the form F (t)*r: 10 (1), 89


Barach, John Paul
Computational study of patterns in simple nonequilibrium systems: 11 (1),

Barnes, Joseph
See Wilkinson, Ladye Kathryn


Barowy, William
See Horwitz, Paul


Barrett, H. H.
See R. L. Shoemaker


Bartolo, R.
See Esaulov, V. E.


Batacan, Peter
AT&T and IBM Multiprocessors Spur Molecular Dynamics Research: 2 (4), 9
Argonne Launches Flagship Parallel Processing Center For Physics Codes: 2 (5), 9
Can Physics Make Optics Compute?: 2 (2), 9
DOE Installs X-MP/24 At Idaho Lab: 1 (1), 12
DOE Superconductivity Database Shoots for Real-Time Delivery: 1 (1), 15
Fed Report Surveys Supercomputer and Network Performance: 1 (1), 16
Fortran 8X Revision Raises Questions Over Scientific Upgrades: 1 (1), 12
Los Alamos Spectrometer Runs Via Macintosh SEs: 1 (1), 14
MIT Media Lab Close To Perfecting Computer-Generated 'Desktop' Holograms: 2 (2), 17
NASA Symbolic Processor Prototype To Run Space Sciences Applications: 1 (1), 9
New Computer Architectures For Lattice QCD: 3 (1), 17
New Standards Bring Distributed Computing To the Workstation: 1 (1), 10
NOAO Astrophysicists Apply Artificial Intelligence Software For Galaxy Studies: 2 (6), 11
Will SISAL Spell Goodbye For Parallel-Processor Programming Woes?: 2 (3), 9


Batrouni, George
See Tobochnik, Jan


Baumgardner, John R.
See Bunge, HansPeter


Beaufume, Pascale
See Fromont, Bruno


Beazley, David M., and Peter S. Lomdahl
Controlling the Data Glut in Large-Scale Molecular-Dynamics Simulations:

Becchetti, F. D.
See Bajema, J.


Becker, Mark
The Center for Research on Parallel Computation: 12 (6), 536
CIP Website Supports CiSE: 12 (6), 535
CIP's Ninth Annual Educational Software Contest: 12 (1), 20
Complete Online Index of CIP: 12 (5), 422
Hypatia and the Collection of Computer Science Bibliographies: 12 (2), 125
Hyperimages Lead to Sample Articles: 11 (6), 536
Online Archival Edition of CIP: 12 (4), 319
Online Version Enhances Article on Computational-Physics Course: 12 (3), 233
Parallel Processing Using Linux: 12 (5), 423
PhysLINK: 12 (3), 234
The Structure, Stability, and Dynamics of Complex Systems: 12 (4), 320
Virtual Bookshelf: 12 (2), 124
Virtual Laboratory (University of Oregon) : 12 (1), 20
XML Structures Data for the Web: 12 (4), 310


Beichner, Robert J.
See Titus, Aaron P.


Beliën, A. J. C., S. Poedts, H. J. W. Spoelder, R. Leenders, and J. P. Goedbloed
Visualization of resonant absorption in solar coronal loops by simulation of soft x-ray images: 10 (6), 573


Belinfante, F. J.
Computing Dirac's atomic hydrogen wave functions of the continuum using summation of mathematically divergent series: 5 (3), 319


Bell, Stephen C.
A Numerical Solution of the Relavistic Kepler Problem: 9 (3), 281


Bellamonte, L., and R. M. Sperandeo-Mineo
Computer simulation of electric conductivity in a solid using classical mechanics: 10 (4), 376


Bennett, Charles A.
Book review: A Physicist's Guide to Mathematica, by Patrick Tam: 12 (1), 41


Beris, Antony N.
See Kulkarni, Jaydeep A.


Bernstein, Noam
See Abraham, Farid F.


Bernstein, R.
Taking the generality out of general relativity: 6 (5), 463


Bernstein, Robert L., and Gregory J. Chaitin
Single-Particle Software: 2 (3), 49


Bertschinger, Edmund, and James M. Gelb
Cosmological NBody Simulations: 5 (2), 164


Bettge, Thomas W.
See Washington, Warren


Bhat, C. L.
See Sawhney, K. J. S.


Bik, Aart J. C., Fabian Breg, and Dennis B. Gannon
Compiler Support for Java Parallelization: 12 (1), 45


Billeter, Jeffrey, and Robert Pelcovits
Simulations of Liquid Crystals: 12 (6), 440


Birnbaum, Dave
Book review: Real Computing Made Real: Preventing Errors in Scientific and Engineering Calculations, by Forman S. Acton: 11 (1) 45


Bischof, Christian H., Gordon D. Pusch, and Ralf Knoesel
Sensitivity analysis of the MM5 weather model using automatic differentiation: 10 (6), 605


Bishop, Marvin, Jordan D. Perel, and Victoria Swan
Investigation of sorting algorithms on a variety of computers: 4 (2), 179


Biswas, Tarun
Group theory (symmetries) ina computer game: 12 (6), 488
Nonlinear effects in a stretched string--a numerical computation: 8 (4), 446


Bitar, Khalil M., and Urs M. Heller
Lattice Field Simulations Press the Limits of Computational Physics: 6 (1), 33


Bitz, Francois J., and Norman J. Zabusky
David and "Visiometrics": Visualizing and Quantifying Evolving Amorphous Objects: 4 (6), 603


Black, S. C. and A. D. Kennedy
Gaussian random number generators on a CYBER-205: 3 (3), 59


Blackburn, James A., and H. J. T. Smith
Modeling superconducting networks containing Josephson junctions by means of PC-based circuit simulation software: 4 (5), 526


Blackburn, James Kent
GRPP, a scientific programming language preprocessor designed using lex and yacc: 8 (1), 98


Blair, J. Morris
Book review: Data Reduction and Error Analysis for the Physical Sciences, by Philip R. Bevington and D. Keith Robinson: 7 (4), 415


Blass, William E., and Stephen L. Mahan
IDL for Windows Impresses as a Computational System: 8 (1), 74


Blass, William E. with Wade D. Humbard and Stephen L. Mahan
After Rough Start, Lantastic Gives Good Service in a Research Laboratory Network: 8 (3), 317


Blass, William E., Stephen L. Mahan, and Gordon Chin
IDL Shines on the Macintosh: 8 (4), 439


Blatt, S. Leslie and Harvey Gould
Recent Fractal and Chaos Software Releases Hint At Future Educational Potential Programs: 6 (6), 702


Blondin, John M.
CUPS Astrophysics Simulations Will Fit Well in Upper-Level Courses: 9 (4), 413


Blumberg Selinger, Robin L.
Book review: The Art of Molecular Dynamics Simulation, by D. C. Rapaport: 10 (5), 456


Boehm, Hans-J.
Dynamic Memory Allocation and Garbage Collection: 9 (3), 297


Boekema, Carolus
Book review: Waves and Optics Simulations, by G. Andrew Antonelli, Wolfgang Christian, Susan Fischer, Robin Giles, and Brian James: 10 (3), 256


Boghosian, Bruce M.
Computational Physics on the Connection Machine: 4 (1), 14
Lattice Gases Illustrate the Power of Cellular Automata in Physics: 5 (6), 585
See Germann, Timothy C.
See Yeomans, Julia M.: 12 (6), 522


Bonomi, Ernesto, Leesa Brieger, Carlo Nardone, and Enrico Pieroni
Phase Shift Plus Interpolation: A Scheme for High-Performance Echo-Reconstructive Imaging: 12 (2), 126


Booten, Albert, and Henk van der Vorst
Cracking Large-Scale Eigenvalue Problems, Part I: Algorithms: 10 (3), 239
Cracking Large-Scale Eigenvalue Problems, Part II: Implementations: 10 (4), 331


Borcherds, P. H., J. Marro, and J. Nadrchal
Granada Hosts a World Venture in Computational Science: 12 (4), 301


Borchers, Robert R.
1987, When the Computin' Was Easy: Some Reflections on the State of the Art in Computation: 11 (6), 564
Albuquerque Meeting Brings News of Supercomputer Advances: 6 (1), 8
A Quieter Revolution: 3 (3), 96
Computers, Physics and Our World: 4 (3), 336
The Dog Ate the Manuscript: 4 (6), 680
In Praise Of Visualization and Simulation: 2 (1), 94
Physicists Take Stock of Computing Advances: 5 (6), 648
SC '93 brings high-performance computing to Portland: 7 (5), 491
See Grubb, David P.


Bording, R. Philip
See Myron, James R.


Borie, E., and B. Jodicke
PBAR: A code for calculating the electromagnetic contribution to the energy levels of antiprotonic atoms: 2 (6), 61


Boris, Jay P.
See Oran, Elaine S.


Bossy, Mireille, Marco Picasso, and Denis Talay
Probabilistic Numerical Methods for Physical and Financial Problems: 11

Bothun, G. D., and S. D. Kevan
Networked Physics in Undergraduate Instruction: 10 (4), 318


Bourianoff, George, and Richard Talman
Accelerator Progress Relies on Computational Simulations: 6 (1), 14


Bourzutschky, Marc
Book review: Computational Fluid Dynamics: An Introduction, edited by John Wendt: 7 (5), 542


Bowler, K. C., L. K. Chantler, D. C. Heggie, R.D. Kenway, D. J. Tildesley, A. S. Trew, and D. J. Wallace
Physics Leads the Way at Edinburgh HPC Facilities: 6 (4), 334


Boyce, Peter B.
Building a Peer-Reviewed Scientific Journal on the Internet: 10 (3), 216


Boyce, William E., John B. Brunski, Michael M. Chen, Kevin Craig, James A. Fairweather, Joseph W. Haus Jr., Joseph Porter Jr., and William L. Siegmann
Interactive Multimedia Modules in Mathematics, Engineering, and Science: 11 (2), 151


Boyd, Iain D.
Monte Carlo simulation of an expanding gas: 3 (3), 73


Boyd, John P.
Multiple precision pseudospectral computations of the radiation coefficient for weakly nonlocal solitary waves: Fifth-order Korteweg-DeVries equation: 9 (3), 324


Boyd, John P.
A Chebyshev/radiation function pseudospectral method for wave scattering: 4 (1), 83


Boyd, John P.
Padé approximant algorithm for solving nonlinear ODE boundary value

Boyer, A. L.
See Wells, N. H.


Boyer, L. L.
Predicting New Materials: 8 (1), 27


Bracewell, Ronald N.
Computing with the Hartley Transform: 9 (4), 373


Branham, Richard L. Jr.
A program for total (orthogonal) least squares in compact storage mode: 3 (3), 42


Breg, Fabian
See Bik, Aart J. C.


Breymann, Wolfgang
See Regez, Nicolas


Bridges, David and Terry J. Deveau


Brieger, Leesa
See Bonomi, Ernesto


Briggs, James M., and J. Andrew McCammon
Computation Unravels Mysteries of Molecular Biophysics: 6 (3), 238


Briotta, D. A.
See Spencer, C. D.


Brodsky, Marc
Ten Years of Computers and Physics: 11 (6), 525


Brommer, Karl D., B. E. Larson, M. Needels and J. D. Joannopoulos
Implementation of the Car-Parinello algorithm for ab initio total energy calculations on a massively parallel computer: 7 (3), 350


Brooks, Eugene D. III
Massive Parallelism Overcomes Shared-Memory Limitations: 6 (2), 139


Broughton, Jeremy Q.
See Abraham, Farid F.


Brown, Stewart A., Mike Folk, Gregory Goucher, and Russ Rew
Software for Portable Scientific Data Management: 7 (3), 304


Brown, Stewart A., Paul F. Dubois, and David H. Munro
Creating and Using PDB Files: 9 (2), 173


Brown, Stewart A.
PANACEA: A model for numerical simulation codes: 6 (3), 262


Browne, J.C.
Is Traditional Science Obsolete as an Undergraduate Major?: 10 (1), 5


Bruch, R.
See Lui, G.


Brunini, A. and P. E. Zadunaisky
Estimation of global errors in the numerical solution of ordinary differential equations: 7 (1), 81


Brunski, John B.
See Boyce, William E.


Bryan L. Preppernau and Isaac Shokair
Fortran PowerStation 4.0 Ports Fortran Code Smoothly to the PC: 10 (3) 275


Bryson, Steve
Exploratory Visualization I: Real-Time Interaction: 9 (6), 616
How Can We Make Visualization More Useful to the Working Scientist?: 9 (2),178
How Visualization Can Lead Us Astray: 12 (6), 585
If You Take Visualization for Granted, It May Go Away: 10 (2), 144
See Butler, David M.
Symposium considers applications of virtual reality: 7 (5), 495
The Data Glut Revisited: 9 (5), 525
The Next Ten Years of Visualization: 11 (4), 362
Three-Dimensional Visualization for Everyone: 12 (4), 346
Time, Data-Time, and Real-Time Interactive Visualization: 11 (3),
Virtual Reality Takes on Real Physics Applications: 6 (4), 346
Visualization '96: Volume Rendering Shifts Into High Gear: 11 (2), 174
Visualization '97 Brings New Technical Developments: 12 (1), 53


Bryson, Steve, and Trina Roy
Accurate Color Mapping Through Textures: 10 (4), 366


Bubak, Marian
Physics Computing '96, Conference Program: 10 (5), 427


Budge, Kent G.
See Wong, Michael K. W.


Bunge, Hans-Peter, and John R. Baumgardner
Mantle convection modeling on parallel virtual machines: 9 (2), 207


Burgess, Mark, Hårek Haugerud, and Are Strandlie
Object orientation and visualization of physics in two dimensions: 12 (3), 274


Burns, Marshall
Visualizing nonlinear resonance in classical and quantum mechanics: 6 (5),483


Burr, A. F.
Interactive Physics 3.0 Delights Windows Users Also: 11 (3), 275
Book review: Introduction to Mathcad for Scientists and Engineers, by Sol Wieder: 7 (1), 36
Book review: Mathcad for Introductory Physics, by Denis Donnelly: 7 (1), 36


Burrus, C. S.
See Wells, N. H.


Busby, Lee
See Dubois, Paul


Butcher, J. C.
Runge-Kutta Methods in Modern Computation, Part 1: Fundamental Concepts: 8 (4), 411
Runge-Kutta Methods in Modern Computation, Part 2: Implicit Methods and Related Applications: 8 (5), 512


Butler, D. M., and M. H. Pendley
The visualization management system approach to visualization in scientific computing: 3 (5), 40
A visualization model based on the mathematics of fiber bundles: 3 (5), 45


Butler, David M., and Steve Bryson
Vector-Bundle Classes Form Powerful Tool for Scientific Visualization: 6 (6), 576


Butler, Malcolm
Book review: Nuclear and Particle Physics Simulation, by Roberta Bigelow, John Philpott, and Joseph Rothberg: 10 (3) 255


Byrne, John, and Eric Kincanon
Undergraduates Do Chaotic Research: 9 (3),277




CTop

Córdoba-Torres, Pedro, Fernando Enriquez, and Víctor Fairén
Optimal start of a Taylor integrator by control of local error: 12 (2), 200


CEFAF Physicists Ready A State-Of-The-Art Data Acquisition System: 2 (4), 12


Cahalan, Gabriel D.
See Cahalan, Robert F.


Cahalan, Robert F., Henning Leidecker, and Gabriel D. Cahalan
Chaotic Rhythms of a Dripping Faucet: 4 (4), 368


Cahill, Kevin
How to use MACSYMA to write long FORTRAN codes for noncompact simulations theories: 4 (2), 159


Calitz, M. F., A. G. DuToit, and W. Drijfhout
Analysis of high-perveance electron guns: 4 (3), 280


Camarda, H. S.
Determing the eigenvalues of a quaternion matrix with a band structure: 10 (2), 180
Diagonalization of a complex Hermitian matrix with a band structure: 3 (5), 78


Cameron, S. A.
Novel Fourier methods for boundary value problems: 6 (1), 71


Campbell, William J., Nicholas M. Short, and Lloyd A. Treinish
Adding Intelligence to Scientific Data Management: 3 (3), 26


Canessa, Enrique, and Giorgio Pastore
One-Shot Service Searches Preprint Repositories at a Mouseclick: 10 (6), 520


Cant, G. P.
The high-speed single-pass bin sort: 6 (5), 469


Caporaloni, Marina, and Roberto Ambrosini
Student Project Checks Leonardo da Vinci's Map Work: 9 (5), 505


Caprari, Robert S.
Least-squares orthogonal polynomial approximation in several independent variables: 7 (3), 336


Caraley, Anne
See Sutton, C. Sean


Carlson, Edward H.
A template for writing programs: 1 (1), 65
Three Software Construction Methods: 3 (3), 17


Carts-Powell, Yvonne
Software Products Enrich Web Options for Scientists: 9 (4),364
Conference Program: Physics Computing '95: 9 (3), 289


Carts-Powell, Yvonne
Dealing with the Devil: SATAN Is Loose on the Internet: 9 (3), 251


Carts-Powell, Yvonne
Internet 2 to Implement Next-Generation Technology: 11 (1), 8


Cary, John R., and David A. Alexander
Reusable Java Components for Physics Education: 12 (4), 314


Casado, E.
See Martínez-Jiménez, P. E.


Casados-Cruz, Gaspar, and Arturo Morales-Acevedo
A computer program for the characterization of solar cells: 8 (4), 451


Casasent, David
Book review: Optical Computing, by D.G. Feitelson: 3 (4), 102


Casper, T. A., B. Howard, R. Hunt, W. H. Meyer, J. M. Moller, B. McHarg, P. Henline, K. Keith, K. Greene, S. Davis, D. Barnes, T. Gibney, P. Roney, & D. Greenwood
Remote Experimental Environment: Building a Collaboratory for Fusion Scientific Research: 12 (3), 220


Castano, Victor M., and Adolfo Bribiesca
Computer-aided design and analysis of electronic circuits for instrumentation and control: 3 (4), 69


Castellvi, P., X. Jaén, and E. Llanta
Symbolic tensor calculus using index notation: 9 (3), 335
TCC: Symbolic tensor and exterior calculus: 8 (3), 360


Caulfield, H. John
Computer-Generated Holograms Arrive: 2 (2), 29


Centrella, Joan M.
Using The Computer As A Camera: 2 (1), 35


Ceperley, Peter H.
Low-cost System Plots Fields and Waves in Color: 7 (3), 274


Chan, F. L., K. M. Lau, C. L. Li, H. M. Mok, D. J. Newman, and Betty Ng
Least-squares fitting of parametrized Hamiltonians to energy levels: An investigation into alternative strategies: 3 (6), 47


Chang, C. H.
See Hansen, G. A.


Chang, Y. M., C. Rudowicz, and Y. Y. Yeung
Crystal field analysis of the 3dN ions at low symmetry sites including the "imaginary" terms: 8 (5), 583


Chantler, L. K.
See Bowler, K. C.


Chaudhury, S. Raj, and Dean Zollman
Image Processing Enhances the Value of Digital Video in Physics Instruction: 8 (5), 518


Chen, Hudong
Discrete Boltzmann Systems and Fluid Flows: 7 (6), 632


Chen, Katherine T.
Computers Spur Magnetic Confinement Fusion: 2 (4), 38


Chen, Michael M.
See Boyce, William E.


Chen, Shiyi, and Xiaowne Shan
High-resolution turbulent simulations using the Connection Machine-2: 6 (6), 643


Chervin, Robert M.
High Performance Computing and the Grand Challenge of Climate Modeling: 4 (3), 234


Chia, T. T., and Y. K. Lai
Microcomputer-generated holograms--The programming aspects: 4 (1), 73


Chinnock, Chris
Here Come the LCD Panels and Projectors: 8 (5), 499


Chinnock, Chris
Speech Recognition Is Finding Its Way into Personal Computing: 9 (4), 355
Telemedicine Is Becoming a Reality: 9 (1), 13


Christensen, Steven M.
Resources for Computer Algebra: 8 (3), 308


Christian, Wolfgang
Developing a Computer-Rich Physics Curriculum at a Liberal-Arts College:
Developing Web-Based Curricula Using Java Physlets: 12 (3), 227
NeXTSTEP Has Lived up to its Promise in an Educational Environment: 7 (3), 309
Pascal Utilities Provide Programming Assistance: Comparison of M.U.P.P.E.T. and Scientific Programmer's Toolkit: 7 (2), 191
See Antonelli, G.A., and Fischer, Susan L.
The CIP Library of Classics: 11 (4), 348
The CIP Library of Classics: A Call for Nominations:  11 (1), 48


Christian, Wolfgang and G. Andrew Antonelli
Book review: Quantum Methods with Mathematica, by James M. Feagin: 8 (4), 427


Christiansen, Wayne, and David DeGraff
Book review: Image Restoration and Construction, by R. H. T. Bates and M. J. McDonnell: 2 (5), 100


Cipra, Barry
See Kolan, Amy


Clark, Barry
Viewing the World Through a Computer: 3 (4), 112


Clark, David A.
See Norman, Michael


Clark, M. M., L. M. Raff, and H. L. Scott
Hybrid Monte Carlo method for off-lattice simulation of processes involving steps with widely varying rates: 10 (6), 584


Cleary, David D.
See Atkinson, J. Dudley


Clendenning, Lester M. and Patrick T. Tam
Book review: Mathematica in Theoretical Physics: Selected Examples from Classical Mechanics to Fractals, by Gerd Baumann: 11 (6), 595


Cline, Richard W.
Networking a Physics Department: A Case History: 5 (1), 22


Cobut, D.
See Williams, S. A.


Coïsson, R.
See Allodi, G.


Coïsson, R., and G. Allodi
Mathlab Compiler and C Math Library Simplify Programming Chores: 11 (1),

Cohen, R. E.
Electrons, Phonons, and Electron-Phonon Interactions in High-Temperature Superconductors: 8 (1), 34


Cohen, Scott D., and Alan C. Hindmarsh
CVODE, A Stiff/Nonstiff ODE Solver in C: 10 (2), 138


Cole, James B.
Erratum: "High accuracy solution of Maxwell's equations using nonstandard finite differences" [Comput. Phys. 11, 287 (1997)]: 12 (2), 181
Generalized nonstandard finite differences and physical applications: 12 (1), 82


Cole, James B., Rudolph A. Krutar, Susan K. Numrich, and Dennis B. Creamer
Finite-difference time-domain simulations of wave propagation and scattering as a research and educational tool: 9 (2), 235


Cole, James B.
A nearly exact second-order finite-difference time-domain wave propagation algorithm on a coarse grid: 8 (6), 730


Cole, James B.
High accuracy solution of Maxwell's equations using nonstandard finite

Coleman, Lamar W.
See Weber, Stephen V.


Collins, J. J., M. Fanciulli, R. G. Hohlfeld, D. C. Finch, G. v. H. Sandri, and E. S.
A random number generator based on the logit transform of the logistic variable: 6 (6), 630


Colonna-Romano, Louis
See Gould, Harvey.


Consularo, Luis Augusto, and Luciano da Fontoura Costa
MATCOM Integrates MATLAB Resources Into Standalone Applications: 12 (5), 460


Cook, David M.
Computational Exercises for the Upper-Division Undergraduate Physics Curriculum: 4 (3), 308
Computers in the Lawrence Physics CurriculumóPart I: 11 (3), 240
Computers in the Lawrence Physics CurriculumóPart II: 11 (4), 331
Book review: Modern Instrumentation: A Computer Approach, by G. Silverman and H. Silver: 10 (5), 456


Cook, David M., Russell Dubisch, Glenn Sowell, Patrick Tam, and Denis Donnelly
A Comparison of Several Symbol-Manipulating Programs: Part I: 6 (4), 411
A Comparison of Several Symbol-Manipulating Programs: Part II: 6 (5), 530


Cook, Norman D.
Computing nuclear properties in the fcc model: 3 (2), 73


Cooney, Patrick J.
Book review: 1-2-3 For Scientists and Engineers, by William J. Orvis: 2 (3), 99
Book review: Scientific Graphics With Lotus 1-2-3, by Oleg D. Jefimenko: 2 (3), 99


Cooper, Leon N.
Brain Research: Theory and Experiment: 2 (6), 29


Coppersmith, Susan
Book review: Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics: An Introduction for Scientists and Engineers, by Robert C. Hilborn: 8 (6), 689


Corden, M. J., C. H. Georgiopoulos, S. L. Linn, and S. Yossef
Computers Manage Complexity of High-Energy Experiments: 6 (1), 41


Corey, Ellen M., and David A. Young
Optimization of physical data tables by simulated annealing: 3 (3), 33


Costa, Luciano da Fontoura
See Consularo, Luis Augusto


Cote, P. J.
See Meisel, L. V.


Craig, I. J. D., and A. M. Thompson
Why Laplace Transforms Are Difficult to Invert Numerically: 8 (6), 648


Craig, Kevin
See Boyce, William E.


Crain, Jason
See Alex, Michael


Cralle, R. K.
What if Gauss Had Had a Mouse? Mathematica 1.2: 3 (6), 92
NeXT Computer, NeXT Inc: 3 (5), 93


Crandall, Richard E.
Notes On Simulation and Reality: 2 (3), 102
Symbolic Software Supports New Adventures in Physics: 5 (6), 576
Book review: The Media Lab: Inventing the Future at MIT, by Stewart Brand: 2 (1), 91
The NeXT Computer as Physics Machine: 4 (2), 132


Cray and Convex Compete For Computing Crown: 2 (3), 104


Creamer, Dennis B.
See Cole, James B.


Creutz, Michael
Abelian sandpiles: 5 (2), 198
How Computational Physics is Uniting Science and Revolutionizing Society: 9 (3), 247


Crotinger, James A.
See Haney, Scott W.


Cuevas-Rubiño, M.
See Martínez-Jiménez, P.


Cumaranatunge, Chandima
Creating Interactive Multimedia Simulations without Programming: 12 (5), 413
See also Rebello, N. Sanjay


Cummings, Julian C.
See Reynders, John V. W. III


Cunningham, Robert W.
Comparison of three methods for determining fit parameter uncertainties for the Marquardt Compromise: 7 (5), 570


Current, David H.
See Hessler, Jan P.


Cusumano, Joseph P., Derchyan Lin, Kevin Morooney, and Louis J. Pepe
Global sensitivity analysis of a nonlinear system using animated basins of attraction: 6 (6), 647


Cybenko, George, and Holmes, Lewis M.
New Magazine Expands AIP's Computers in Physics and IEEE Computational Science & Engineering: 12 (6), 516




DTop

D'Hooghe, P.
See Wegener, W.


DARPA Seeks 32-Bit VLSI 200 MHz Gallium Arsenide RISC Chip by 1990s: 2 (2), 20


DARPA To Replace ARPANET With Fiber Network: 2 (6), 104


DOE Plans Superconductivity Center At National Labs: 2 (4), 96


Dahiya, J. N., and R. W. Freeman
Computer interfacing of a microwave resonant cavity for temperature measurements during dielectric relaxation: 3 (4), 49


Dai, Hong
See Rawitscher, G.


Danese, G., I. De Lotto, D. Dotti, and F. Leporati
A parallel special-purpose computer dedicated to the simulation of interacting

Dauger, Dean E.
Simulation and study of Fresnel diffraction for arbitrary two-dimensional apertures: 10 (6), 591


Daugherty, Joseph K.
Book review: Computer Problems for Classical Dynamics. An Integrated Approach, by Charles Leming: 2 (4), 80


Daukantas, Patricia
ACM97 Forecasts the Next 50 Years of 'Paleotechnic Human' : 11 (3), 217
ASCI Clocks Its 'Red' Computer at 1 Teraflops: 11 (2), 129
CIP Links Readers to Featured Web Sites: 10 (3), 222
Book review: Beyond Calculation: The Next Fifty Years of Computing, by Peter J. Denning: 11 (6), 595
Call for Papers for PC '96: 10 (2), 107
Collective Phenomena, Educational Software Top CCP 1998 Program: 12 (4), 306
Computer Show Targets Plasma Physicists: 9 (5), 478
Computer-Supported Education Gets Spotlight in College Park: 10 (6), 513
Dome Design Brings Numerical Astrophysics Down to Earth: 11 (3), 220
Federal Initiative Could Improve Civilian Access to Terascale Computing: 12 (6), 527
From the CIP Journal Section: 12 (1), 15
Gordon Bell Prize: Finalists Chalk up Gains in Parallel-Processing Speeds: 11 (5), 410
Large-Scale Computing Still a Big Part of Annual Conference: 12 (1), 11
NSF Seeks Partnerships to Replace Supercomputer Centers: 10 (1), 9
Olympic Athletes Hone Their Performance with the Help of Computers: 10 (3), 209
Online Journal Gets There First: 11 (5), 415
PC '97 Meeting to Highlight Variety of Applications and Methods: 11 (4),
Physics Computing Conference Heads to California's Coast:  11 (1), 10
Preview of SC98: 12 (6), 408
'Reversed Shear' Heats Up Plasma Physics: 9 (6), 575
SC '95 Highlights Web, Applications: 9 (5), 475
SC '96 Puts Computers to Work: 10 (5), 418
SC97 to Examine Interdisciplinary Applications: 11 (5), 408
SC98 Conference Looks to the Future Back in Disneytown: 12 (5), 408
San Diego, Illinois Sites to Lead NSF's New Supercomputing Partnerships:
Simulating the Next Great Crash -- on Earth: 10 (1), 10
Southern Spain Sets Scene for Computational-Physics Conference: 12 (1), 14
Sun Helps Astronomers Search for Planets: 10 (4), 316
Supercomputer Centers Face Uncertain Future: 9 (6), 578
Supercomputer Model Digs Deeply Into Secrets of the Geodynamo: 10 (6), 516
Supercomputing Partnerships Acquire Data and User Accounts: 12 (3), 216
Teachers Gambol on Computers in Reno: 10 (2), 105
Ten Years Ago: Jan/Feb 1988: 12 (1), 12
Ten Years Ago: Jul/Aug 1988: 12 (4), 311
Ten Years Ago: Mar/Apr 1988: 12 (2), 113
Ten Years Ago: May/Jun 1988: 12 (3), 217
Ten Years Ago: Nov/Dec 1987: 11 (6), 532
Ten Years Ago: Nov/Dec 1988: 12 (6), 524
Ten Years Ago: Sep/Oct 1988: 12 (6), 410
Tokyo Meeting to Examine 'New Horizon of Computational Science': 11 (4),
Update: Asteroids Make Waves ... Scientists Compute ... New E-Journal Surfaces: 12 (2), 114
Update: Computations Help to (Sort of) Settle a Bet: 11 (4), 315
"Virtual Posters" Will Broaden Impact of PC '96: 10 (4), 312


Daukantas, Patricia, and Lewis M. Holmes
Physics Computing Moves Out of the Ivory Tower: 11 (6), 528
Supercomputing Exhibits Diversity in Pittsburgh:  11 (1), 11


Davenport, Forest
Book review: Computational Physics: An Introduction, by Franz J. Vesely: 10 (1), 47


Davidson, Arthur
Chaos Researchers Bring Diverse Phenomena Into Focus: 5 (6), 574


Davidson, Ernest R.
Monster Matrices: Their Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors: 7 (5), 519


Davis, Stephen G.
Focus On NSF Supercomputing: 1 (1), 18


Day, Steven M.
See McLaughlin, Keith L.


Dazzo, Genevieve M.
How To Maintain Large Scientific Programs: 2 (1), 52


De Boeck, W.
See Wegener, W.


De Boer, Aient
See Decyk, Viktor K.


De Groot, Anthony J.
See Hoover, William G.


De Groot, Robert
Cost-Effective Computers Counter Threats to Physics Research and Education: 6 (4), 432


De Izarra, C., O. Vallee, J. Picart, and N. Tran Minh
Computation ofthe Whittaker functions Wk~l (z) with series expansions and Pade Approximants: 9 (3), 318


De Jong, Marvin L.
Book review: Computational Physics, by Nicholas J. Giordano: 11 (4), 351


De Oliveira, P. M. C.
Computer Simulations of Neural Networks: 11 (5), 443


De Raedt, Hans, and Kristel Michielsen
Algorithm to solve the time-dependent Schrodinger equation for a charged particle in an inhomogeneous magnetic field: Application to the Aharonov-Bohm effect: 8 (5), 600


De Ronde, J. F.,  G. D. Van Albada, and P. M. A. Sloot
Simulation of gravitational wave detectors: 11 (5), 484


DeAcetis, Louis A., Oron Schmidt, and Kumar Krishen
Using ADA tasks to simulate operating equipment: 4 (5), 521


DeHaven, William, and Rami Arielli
"Laser Adventure": Converting Print Material to a Web Site: 11 (5), 411


DeJong, Marvin, L.
Computers in Introductory Physics: 5 (1), 12


Decyk, Viktor K.
How to Write (Nearly) Portable Fortran Programs for Parallel Computers: 7 (4), 418
See Lyster, P. M.


Decyk, Viktor K., and Joan E. Slottow
Supercomputers in the classroom: 3 (2), 50


Decyk, Viktor K., Steve Roy Karmesin, Aient de Boer, and Paulett C. Liewer
Optimization of particle-in-cell codes on reduced instruction set computer processors: 10 (3), 290


Delinger, W. G.
Use of a hand-held computer to calculate Debye temperatures of cubic crystals from elastic constants: 2 (5), 81


Delmarcelle, Thierry
See Hesselink, Lambertus


Dengler, Roman, Karl Luchner, and Dean Zollman
Computer-Video Method Evaluates Real Motion Data in Real Time for Students: 7 (4), 393


Deprit, Etienne
See Healy, Liam


Descloux, J., J.-L. Fattebert, and F. Gygi
Rayleigh Quotient Iteration, An Old Recipe for Solving Modern Large-Scale Eigenvalue Problems: 12 (1), 22


Desobry, G. E.
See Wells, N. H.


Devaney, Judith
See Fowler, Howland A.


Deveau, Terry J.


Di Ventra, M. and C. J. Fall
General Solution Scheme for Second-Order Differential Equations: Application to Quantum Transport: 12 (3), 248


Diamanti, R.
See Santucci, S.


Dickens, J. K.
Use of Monte Carlo techniques to derive yields for n + '2C multibody breakup reactions: Programming the computer to simulate collisions by fast neutrons: 3 (6), 62


Dickof, Peter
See Mitchell, J. Ross


Diercksen, Geerd H. F., and George G. Hall
Intelligent software: the OpenMol program: 8 (2), 215


Dill, Dan
Implementing matrix mechanics in Mathematica: Determination of Clebsch-Gordan coefficients by matrix diagonalization: 5 (6), 616


Dimitroyannis, Dimitri
World Wide Web, by T. Berners-Lee et al.: 8 (3), 298


Ding, Hong Q.
Monte Carlo simulations of quantum systems on massively parallel supercomputers: 7 (6), 687


Dodge, J.
See Hasler, A. F.


Doerschuk, Peter C.
See Zheng, Yibin


Dongarra, Jack, G. A. Geist, Robert Manchek, and V. S. Sunderam
Integrated PVM Framework Supports Heterogeneous Network Computing: 7 (2), 166


Donnelly, Denis
CIP's Ninth Annual Software Contest: The Winners: 12 (6), 556
A Means to an End: 3 (6), 112
CIP Announces Winners of Second Annual Software Contest: 5 (6), 636
CIPs Eighth Annual Software Contest: The Winners: 11 (6), 579
CIP's Fifth Annual Software Contest: The Winners: 8 (6), 672
CIP's First Annual Software Contest: The Winners: 4 (5), 540
ClP's Fourth Annual Software Contest: The Winners: 7 (6), 647
CIP's Sixth Annual Software Contest: The Winners: 9 (6), 594
CIP's Seventh Annual Eductional Software Contest: The Winners: 10 (6), 532
CIP's Third Annual Software Contest: The Winners: 6 (6), 686
Educators Focus on the Web in New Orleans: 12 (2), 112
Science Educators Discuss Benefits of Symbolic Computation: 6 (6), 571
See Cook, David M.
Solving Differential Equations Using MathCAD: 4 (1), 97


Doolen, Gary
Book review: Cellular Automata Machines. A New Environment for Modeling, by Tommaso Toffoli and Norman Margolus: 2 (2), 91


Dory, R. A.
Spreadsheets for physics: 2 (3), 70


Dory, Robert A.
Contour Plots for Spreadsheets: 5 (5), 529
Finite-Element Method in a Spreadsheet: 6 (2), 198
Macros in a Spreadsheet: 4 (5), 558
Matrices and Contour Plots: 3 (3), 84
Neural Networks: 4 (3), 324
Ordinary differential equations: 3 (5), 88
Wavelets Characterize Aperiodic Data: 6 (6), 681
WingZ Spreadsheet Program, Informix Software Inc: 3 (4), 93


Dory, Robert A., and Jeffrey H. Harris
Fourier Analysis Using A Spreadsheet: 2 (6), 83


Dossa, Don
See Ram-Mohan, L. R.


Dotzel, Günter, and Wojtek Skulski
Oberon-2, A High-Performance Alternative to C++: 11 (1), 81


Douglas, Solomon Castillo, David M. Harrison, and Theodore G. Shepherd
The Physical Pendulum in an Advanced Undergraduate Course in Mechanics: 8 (4), 416


Dozier, Jeff
Looking Ahead to EOS: The Earth Observing System: 4 (3), 248


Dreher, Patrick
Using microcomputers for teaching lattice gauge theory computational techniques: 2 (6), 49


Dreitlein, Joseph F., and Jon R. Sauer
Spinor software tools in C+ +: 4 (1), 64


Drijfhout, W.
See Calitz, M. F.


Du Toit, A. G.
See Calitz, M. F.


Duax, William L.
Corrected Data: 2 (2), 92
Crystallography: Send in the Computers: 8 (1), 5
World of Crystallography on the Web: 10 (4), 315


Dubisch, Russell
See Cook, David M.
See Cook, David M.


Dubois, Paul F.
Is Java for Scientific Programming?: 11 (6), 611
Making Applications Programmable: 8 (1), 70
Object-Oriented Programming Creates a "Software Revolution": 5 (6), 568
Perl by Example: 7 (5), 545
See Brown, Stewart A.
The Future of Scientific Programming: 11 (2), 168
Try Something New: Object-Oriented Thinking: 6 (5), 560


Dubois, Paul F., and Lee Busby
Portability and the Fortran Standard: 7 (2), 162
Portable, Powerful Fortran Programs: 7 (1), 38


Dubois, Paul F., Konrad Hinsen, and James Hugunin
Numerical Python: 10 (3), 262


Dubois, Paul F., and T.-Y. Yang
Extending Python: 10 (4), 359


Duffy, Philip B.
Igor Version 1.2, WaveMetrics: 4 (6), 674


Duke, Dennis W.
Cluster Computing Exploits Performance and Cost Advantages: 7 (2), 176
Computing Finalists focus on Gigabit Networking: 7 (6), 618
Moore for Your Money at SC98: 12 (6), 405


Duncan, W. M.
See Estrera, J. P.


Dunleavy, Keith
See Huggins, Elisha


Dworzecka, Maria
See Ehrlich, Robert
See MacDonald, William M.


Dye, Judy
See Visscher, P. B.


Dzwinel, Witold
See Alda, Witold




ETop

Eagan, Susan J.
See Sutton, C. Sean


Eaton, Gareth R.
See Quine, Richard W.


Eaton, Sandra S.
See Quine, Richard W.


Edwards, Mark
See Payne, M. G.


Ehrlich, Robert
See MacDonald, William M.


Ehrlich, Robert, Maria Dworzecka, and William M. MacDonald
Software Consortium Develops Simulations for Nine Physics Courses: 6 (1), 90


Ehrlich, Robert, Maria Dworzecka, William MacDonald, and Jaroslaw Tuszynski
Text Materials to Accompany Simulations for the CUPS Project: 7 (5), 508


Ekström, Göran
Rapid Earthquake Analysis Utilizes the Internet: 8 (6), 632


Elder, Ken
Langevin Simulations of Nonequilibrium Phenomena: 7 (1), 27


Elisseev, V. V.
Parallelization of three-dimensional spectral laser-plasma interaction code using High Performance Fortran: 12 (2), 173


Enloe, C. L.
Solving coupled, nonlinear differential equations with commercial spreadsheets: 3 (1), 75


Enriquez, Fernando
See Córdoba-Torres, Pedro


Enzweiler, Raymond N.
Book review: A Student's Guide to Fourier Transforms with Applications in Physics and Engineering, by J.F. James: 10 (1), 47


Erdman, Lynne
See Frame, Michael


Esaulov, V. E., R. Bartolo and F. Penet
Hardware and software for a multiparametric concurrent data acquisition system: 7 (6), 696


Escalada, Lawrence T.
See Rebello, N. Sanjay


Esteban, E. P., and F. J. Agosto
Using Web Technology in Undergraduate Research: 12 (6), 530


Esteban, E. P., and E. Ramos
Algebraic computing and the Newman-Penrose formalism: 4 (3), 285


Estrera, J. P., W. M. Duncan, and S. R. Slaughter
Lineshape analysis for optical transitions in III-V semiconductors using a sequential simplex procedure: 6 (4), 360


Etter, Delores M.
See Feibig, Peg L.


Evans & Sutherland and Paralex Premiere Parallel Processors: 2 (4), 96


Ewald, Robert H.
Perspectives From The Field: Cray Research: 3 (1), 33




FTop

Fadner, Willard
See Sung, Ruwang


Fairén, Víctor
See Córdoba-Torres, Pedro


Fairén,Victor, Pablo Martin, and José Manuel Ferrándiz
Numerical tracking of small deviations from analytically known perodic orbits: 8 (4), 455


Fairweather, James A.
See Boyce, William E.


Fall, C. J.
See Di Ventra, M.


Family, Fereydoon, and Tamas Vicsek
Simulating Fractal Aggregation: 4 (1), 44


Fanciulli, M.
See Collins, J. J.


Fang, Jen-Ho
See Visscher, P. B.


Farrar, Glennys R.
See Press, William H.


Farrar, Kelly A., and Adrian L. Melott
Gravity in twisted space: 4 (2), 185


Fattebert, J.-L.
See Descloux, J.


Feibig, Peg L., Leslie I. Brown, and Delores M. Etter
Digital waveform sampling rate converter: 3 (3), 38


Feldman, Albert
See McClain, Marjorie


Ferguson, Charles D., W. Klein, and John B. Rundle
Long-Range Earthquake Fault Models: 12 (1), 34


Ferrandiz, José M.
See Vigo-Aguiar, Jesús


Fernández, Julio F., and Juan Rivero
Fast algorithms for random numbers with exponential and normal distributions: 10 (1), 83


Fernandez, Victor M., Deborah Silver, and Norman J. Zabusky
Visiometrics of Complex Physical Processes: Diagnosing Vortex-Dominated Flows: 10 (5), 463


Fernbach, Sidney
In Search Of Peak Performance: 2 (2), 94


Ferrándiz, José Manuel
See Fairén, Victor


Ferraro, R. D.
See Lyster, P. M.


Ferrenberg, Alan, and Robert Swendsen
Optimized Monte Carlo Data Analysis: 3 (5), 101


Field, Mike, and Martin Golubitsky
Symmetric Chaos: 4 (5), 470


Finch, D. C.
See Collins, J. J.


Fine, Alan
See Samuels, David C.


Firsov, K. M.
See Zuev, V. V.


First 'Graphics Supercomputers' To Tackle Scientific Visualization: 2 (1), 9


Fischer, Susan L., and Wolfgang Christian
Molecular Dynamics Inside Ion Traps: 10 (2), 123


Flanagan, J.L.
Computers in Speech Communications Research: 4 (6), 592


Fleischmann, Frank
See Pruksch, Matthias


Fleming, Charles G.
See Andrew, Keith


Fluid Dynamics Simulations Up and Running on ETA 10 and Ametek: 2 (1), 96


Folk, Mike
See Brown, Stewart A.


Folland, N. O.
On accurate integration algorithms: 5 (5), 483


Forbes, Nancy
See Abelson, Harold: 12 (6), 520


Forbes, Nancy, and Richard J. Lipton
DNA Computing: A Possible Efficiency Boost for Specialized Problems: 12 (4), 304


Forbes, Nancy, and Seth Lloyd
Quantum Computing: Stepping Closer to Reality: 12 (1), 8


Forinash, Kyle, and Jeff Irick
Theoretical physics made easy: 2 (1), 59


Forinash, Kyle, and Ray Wisman
Constructive interaction between computer science and physics programs: 3 (3), 50


Fornili, S. L.
See Migliore, M.


Forrest, Gary, Scott McKinney, and James R. Matey
Catching the Right Bus, Part VI: Some Options for Real-Time Image Acquisition: 9 (5), 496


Foster, Kenneth R.
Mathematica Version 2.0: 5 (6), 643


Foster, Ian, and Carl Kesselman
Computational Grids: On-Demand Computing in Science and Engineering: 12 (2), 109


Fowler, Howland A., Judith E. Devaney, John G. Hagedorn, and Francis E. Sullivan
Dielectric breakdown in a simplified parallel model: 12 (5), 478


Fox, Geoffrey
The Teraflop Supercomputer: 4 (1), 112


Frame, Michael, and Lynne Erdman
Coloring Schemes and the Dynamic Structure of Iterated Function Systems: 4 (5), 500


Franta, W. R., Joe Halpern and James Huges
Mix and Match Technologies Boost Communication Speed in Today's Data-Networking Environment: 7 (6), 666


Frazier, William G.
See Younan, Nicolas H.


Freeman, R. W.
See Dahiya, J. N.


Frenkel, Daan, and Berend Smit
Simulation of Phase Coexistence for Complex Molecules: 11 (3), 246


Frenz, Bert
Computers and Crystallography: Joint Progress: 2 (3), 42


Frichter, George M.
See Piekarewicz, J.


Friedberg, J. P.
See Haney, S. W.


Friedman, Mark
Book review: Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos: With Applications to Physics, Biology, Chemistry, and Engineering, by Steven Strogatz: 8 (5), 532


Froese Fischer, Charlotte, and Muhammad Idrees
Spline algorithms for continuum functions: 3 (3), 53


Fromont, Bruno, and Pascale Beaufume
Learning dynamical behaviors with explorer: 6 (6), 660


Fry, Alan R.
See Anderson, David V.


Fu, H., R. Giles, M. Mansuripur, and G. Patterson
Investigation of the effects of nanostructure on the observable behavior of magnetic thin film using large-scale computer simulation: 6 (6), 610


Fu, Hong, R. Giles, and M. Mansuripur
Coercivity mechanisms in magneto-optical recording media: 8 (1), 80


Fuelling, S.
See Lui, G.


Fuller, Robert G.
Multimedia--Hype or No?: 7 (1), 5


Fureby, C.
See Weller, H. G.


Furlong, J. R.
See Zukas, J. A.


Furnish, Geoffrey
Container-Free Numerical Algorithms in C++: 12 (3), 258
Disambiguated Glommable Expression Templates: 11 (3), 263




GTop

GaAs-on-Si Laser Breakthroughs at Illinois and Bell Labs: 2 (1), 12


GaAs/GaAs Superlattice Promises Better Thermal Imaging: 2 (6), 104


Gadre, Dhananjay V., Pramod K. Upadhyay, and Vijaya S. Varma
Catching the Right Bus, Part 2: Using a Parallel Printer Adapter as an Inexpensive Interface: 8 (1), 45


Gannon, Dennis B.
See Bik, Aart J. C.


Gao, Bo, and Anthony F. Starace
Numerical methods for free-free radiative transition matrix elements: 1 (1), 70


Garcia, Alejandro
Book review: Scientific Computing: An Introductory Survey, by Michael T. Heath: 12 (3), 256
Six Books on Fortran 90: 10 (2), 135


Garner, J.
Numerical solution to the Schrödinger equation by constrained optimization: 4 (4), 395


Gash, Philip
Book review: Computational Methods in Physics and Engineering, by Samuel S. M. Wong: 7 (6), 625


Gastineau, John E.
Book review: From Newton to Mandelbrot: A Primer in Theoretical Physics, by D. Stauffer and H. E. Stanley: 6 (4), 424
Quantum Mechanics Simulations Excels as an Educational Tool: 9 (3), 312
See Wilkinson, Ladye Kathryn
Three Ray-Optics Programs Support Varied Instructional Uses: 9 (5), 531


Gathright, J.
See Walker, James S.


Gatland, Ian R.
A Weight-watcher's Guide to Least-Squares Fitting: 7 (3), 280
The Daedalon Ultrasonic Measurement System: 5 (5), 541


Gaylord, Richard J.
Report from the 1990 Mathematica Conference: 4 (3), 130
See Nishidate, Kazue


Geist, G. A.
See Dongarra, Jack


Gekelman, Walter
See Mandrake, L.
See Mitchell, Chris


Gekelman, Walter, James Maggs, and Lingyu Xu
Real-Time Relativity: 5 (4), 372


Gelb, James M.
See Bertschinger, Edmund


Geophysicists To Seek Computer-Generated Seismic Maps In '88: 2 (3), 12


Georgiopoulos, C. H.
See Corden, M. J.


Germann, Timothy C., Dudley R. Herschbach, and Bruce M. Boghosian
Dimensional perturbation theory on the connection machine: 8 (6), 712


Gerteisen, Edgar, Ralf Gruber, and Silvio Merazzi
Domain Decomposition: Theory and Practice:  11 (1), 26


Ghaousia, Syedah Fatima, Nasir M. Mirza, and Sikander M. Mirza
Development of PC-based nuclear instruments for gamma-ray spectroscopy

Ghoshal, Uttam, and T. Van Duzer
Superconductivity Researchers Seek to Remove Computational Bottlenecks: 6 (6), 585


Giles, Roscoe
See Fu, Hong
See Mansuripur, Masud
See Mel'cuk, Andrew I.
SIGGRAPH Presents Insights Through Images: 6 (6), 568
What Does Computation Have to Do with "Real" Physics?: 7 (5), 485


Giles, Roscoe, and Masud Mansuripur
Possible sources of coercivity in thin films of amorphous rare earth-transition metal alloys: 5 (2), 204


Giles, R., M. Mansuripur, and P. S. Alexopoulos
Micromagnetics of thin film cobalt-based media for magnetic recording: 6 (1), 53


Giles, Roscoe, and Claudio Rebbi
Computational Center Develops Practical Experience in Parallel Computing: 6 (2), 122


Gillman, E., and H. R. Fiebig
Accurate recursive generation of spherical Bessel and Neumann functions for a large range of indices: 2 (1), 62


Ginsparg, Paul
First Steps Towards Electronic Research Communication: 8 (4), 390


Giordano, Nicholas
The Physics of Vibrating Strings: 12 (2), 138


Gjertsen, Margaret
Educom '93 Crafts New Communities: 8 (1), 14
EDUCOM exhibitors unveil educational products: 7 (1), 7
Programming Directory: 6 (5), 541
See Wilkinson, Ladye Katheryn


Gjertsen, Margaret and John S. Risley
1993 Directory of Physics Courseware: 7 (1), 145
Tenth Anniversary CIP Educational Software Directory:  11 (1), 49


Gladden, L. F.
See Alexander, P.


Gleick, James
The Dynamical Systems Collective: 2 (2), 40


Goedbloed, J. P.
See Beliën, A. J. C.


Goedecker, Stefan, and Oleg Ivanov
Solution of Multiscale Partial Differential Equations Using Wavelets: 12 (6), 548


Goldstein, Barry
See Sachar, Kenneth S.


Goloskie, R., J. W. Kramer, and L. R. Ram-Mohan
Quantum-Mechanical Tunneling and Finite Elements: 8 (6), 679


Goloskie, R., T. Thio, and L. R. Ram-Mohan
Boundary elements and surface plasmons: 10 (5), 477


Golubitsky, Martin
See Field, Mike


González-Caballero, D.
See Martínez-Jiménez, P.


Good, R. H.
Simulation programs: 2 (5), 76


Goodman, Seymour E., William K. McHenry, and Peter Wolcott
Scientific Computing In The Soviet Union: 3 (1), 39


Gorman, M.
See Robbins, K. A.


Gottscho, Richard A.
See Graves, David B.


Goucher, Gregory
See Brown, Stewart A.


Gough, Brian J.
First Conference on Freely Redistributable Software: A Physicist's Report: 10 (3), 213


Gould, Harvey
Book review: Fractal Growth Phenomena, by Tamas Vicsek: 3 (5), 108
Book review: The Numerical Solution of Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, by Granville Sewell: 3 (6), 98
See Mel'cuk, Andrew I.
See Slanic, Zoran
See Tobochnik, Jan


Gould, Harvey, and Jan Tobochnik
More on Fractals and Chaos: Multifractals: 4 (2), 202
Overcoming Critical Slowing Down: 3 (4), 82
See Reynolds, Peter J.
See Tobochnik, Jan


Gould, Harvey, Jan Tobochnik, and Louis Colonna-Romano
Entropy-Driven Phase Transitions: 11 (2), 157


Graves, David B., and Richard A. Gottscho
Computer Applications in Plasma Materials Processing: 4 (6), 584


Gray, James
See Siedband, Melvin P.


Gray, K. J., B. G. Peterson, L. V. Knight, and J. M. Thorne
Simulated response of multilayer x-ray reflectors to damaging fluxes: 3 (4), 65


Gray, Mark G., and Randy M. Roberts
Object-Based Programming in Fortran 90: 11 (4), 355


Grayson, Diane J.
Using Education Research to Develop Waves Courseware: 10 (1), 30


Greene, Ronald L.
Book review: Nonlinear Physics with Maple for Scientists and Engineers, by Richard H. Enns and George C. McGuire: 11 (5), 451


Greengard, Leslie
The Numerical Solution of the N-Body Problem: 4 (2), 142


Greengrove, Cheryl
Most Enjoyable: 2 (5), 90


Grest, Gary S.
Book review: High Performance Computing: Challenges for Future Systems, by David J. Kuck: 11 (3), 259


Grinstein, G., and C. Jayaprakash
Simple Models of Self-Organized Criticality: 9 (2), 164


Groen, F. C. A.
See Rijnders, Frank M.


Groisman, G. And J. R. Parker
Computer-assisted photometry using simulated annealing: 7 (1), 87


Grubb, David P., and Robert R. Borchers
Workstations Emerge as Major Scientific Resource: 5 (6), 571


Gruber, Ralf
PC '94 Exhibition Features Swiss HPC: 8 (4), 379
See Anderson, David V.
See Gerteisen, Edgar.
What Can We Learn from Physics Computing '94?: 8 (4), 373


Gubernatis, J. E.
See Somsky, W. R.


Gubernatis, J. E.
See Lin, H. Q.


Gutiérrez, José Manuel, and Andrés Iglesias
Mathematica package for analysis and control of chaos in nonlinear systems: 12 (6), 608


Gunter, Berton H.
How Statistical Design Concepts Can Improve Experimentation in the Physical Sciences: 7 (3), 262


Gupta, Anuj
See Huggins, Elisha


Gygi, F.
See Descloux, J.




HTop


Hagedorn, John G.
See Fowler, Howland A.

Haider, Niaz, Souheil A. Khaddaj, Mark R. Wilby, and Dimitri D. Vvedensky
Parallel Monte Carlo simulations of epitaxial growth: 9 (1), 85


Haigh, Peter J.
ICN Equals NII Here and Now--Not "If" and "When": 8 (2), 133


Hailstone, R. K.
Transputer-based simulations of image recording in silver-halide materials: 8 (2), 205


Hall, B. D.
A general purpose interactive programmable laboratory interface system using the IEEE-488 Bus: 5 (3), 323


Hall, B. D., and R. Monot
Calculating the Debye-Scherrer diffraction pattern for large clusters: 5 (4), 414


Hall, George G.
See Diercksen, Geerd H. F.


Halpern, Joe
See Franta, W. R.


Hamlin, Christopher B., and Peggy Judd
How AIP Handles Electronic Submissions of Articles: 8 (3), 255


Haney, Scott W.
Beating the Abstraction Penalty in C++ Using Expression Templates: 10 (6), 552
Is C++ Fast Enough for Scientific Computing?: 8 (6), 690


Haney, Scott W., and James A. Crotinger
C + + Proves Useful in Writing a Tokamak Systems Code: 6 (5), 450


Haney, S. W., J. P. Freidberg, and C. J. Solomon
A fast, user-friendly code for calculating magnetohydrodynamic equilibria: 9 (2), 216


Hansen , G. A. and C. H. Chang
Efficient visualization of a plasma spray simulation: 12 (1), 65


Hardt, S. L., and G. Chen
Semi-intuitive computations and artificial intelligence: Dimensional analysis as a case study: 3 (2), 55


Hardt, Shoshana L.
Book review: Man Made Minds: The Promise of Artificial Intelligence, by M. Mitchell Waldrop: 1 (1), 91


Harrington, Randal
Book review: Being Digital, by Nicholas Negroponte: 11 (3), 261


Harris, Jeffrey H.
Wavelets Characterize Aperiodic Data: 6 (6), 681


Harris, R.
Demons at Work: 4 (3), 314


Harrison, Don E. Jr.
Book review: An Introduction to Computer Simulation Methods: Applications to Physical Systems, Part 1 and Part 2, by Harvey Gould and Jan Tobochnik: 2 (1), 90


Harrison, David M.
See Douglas, Solomon Castillo


Harter, William G.
Nothing Going Nowhere Fast: Computer Graphics in Physics Courses: 5 (5), 466


Hasbun, J. E.
See John, George.


Hasler, A. F., K. Palaniappan, M. Manyin, and J. Dodge
A high performance Interactive Image SpreadSheet (IISS): 8 (3), 325


Hassold, G.N. and Elizabeth A. Holm
A fast serial algorithm for the finite temperature quenched Potts model: 7 (1), 97


Hastaoglu, M. A.
See Syed, M. Q.


Haugerud, Hårek
See Burgess, Mark


Haus, Joseph W.
See Boyce, William E.


Haus, Joseph W., and Tuyen K. Tran
Computational method for intrinsic optical bistability: Steady-state solutions and their stability: 2 (2), 69


Hawley, John F.
Book review: The Supercomputer Era, by Sidney Karin and Norris Parker Smith: 2 (1), 89


Hayden, Howard C.
Data smoothing routine: 1 (1), 74


Haydock, Roger
Book review: Supercomputers: Algorithms, Architectures, and Scientific Computation, by F. A. Matsen and T. Tajima: 2 (4), 81


He, Bohr
See Sigurdsson, Steinn.


He, G.
See Landau, R. H.


He, Song
Stabilizing the Richardson eigenvector algorithm by controlling chaos:

Healy, Liam, and Etienne Deprit
Paint by number: Uncovering phase flows of an integrable dynamical system: 5 (5), 491


Hecht, Jeff
Climate Models: Computing The World Around Us: 2 (1), 16
Optical Design Enters The Computer Age: 1 (1), 34
Physical Limits of Computing: 3 (4), 34


Heddle, D.P.
Hv: A graphical user interface library for scientific and engineering applications: 10 (2), 174


Heggie, D. C.
See Bowler, K. C.


Heil, Christopher
Book review: An Introduction to Wavelets, by Charles K. Chui: 6 (6), 697
Book review: Ten Lectures on Wavelets, by Ingrid Daubechies: 6 (6), 697


Heller, Urs M.
See Bitar, Khalil M.


Hellman, Frances and Pat Diamond
Book review: Electricity and Magnetism Simulations, by Robert Ehrlich, Lyle Roelofs, Ronald Stoner, and Jaroslaw Tuszynski: 10 (3), 257


Helman, James L.
See Hesselink, Lambertus


Hendrikse, Jan
See Thijsse, Barend J.


Hentschel, H.G.E.
See Samuels, David C.


Hernández, A.
See Aguirregabiria, J. M.


Hernquist, Lars
See Sigurdsson, Steinn


Herrmann, E. J.
See Spencer, C. D.


Herschbach, Dudley R.
See Germann, Timothy C.


Hertz, Paul
An algorithm for the fast Fourier transform on a Connection Machine: 4 (1), 86


Hesselink, Lambertus, Thierry Delmarcelle, and James L. Helman
Topology of Second-Order Tensor Fields: 9 (3), 304


Hessler, Jan P., David H. Current, and Paul J. Ogren
A new scheme for calculating weights and describing correlations in nonlinear least-squares fits: 10 (2), 186


Hindmarsh, Alan C.
See Cohen, Scott D.


Hindmarsh, Alan C., and Linda R. Petzold
Algorithms and Software for Ordinary Differential Equations and DifferentialAlgebraic Equations, Part I: Euler Methods and Error Estimation: 9 (1), 34
Algorithms and Software for Ordinary Differential Equations and DifferentialAlgebraic Equations, Part II: HigherOrder Methods and Software Packages: 9 (2), 148


Hinsen, Konrad
See Dubois, Paul F.


Hobbie, Russell K.
MacDose: A simulation for understanding radiological physics: 6 (4), 355


Hocking, W. K.
Performing Fourier transforms on extremely long data streams: 3 (1), 59


Hohlfeld, R. G.
See Collins, J. J.


Hollanders, Mark A.
See Thijsse, Barend J.


Hollerbach, Rainer
Fast dynamo action in spherical geometry: Numerical calculations using parallel virtual machines: 9 (4), 460


Holm, Elizabeth A.
See Hassold, G. N.


Holmes, Lewis M.
Celebrating CIP's Tenth Anniversary Year: 11 (1), 5
Condensed Phases Crack Under Computational Assault: A Report on the APS March Meeting: 12 (3), 216
Exhibition Links Vendors with Research: 8 (6), 628
Exhibitors Target Physics Users: 5 (6), 561
Expanded New-Products Section Goes On Line: 8 (2), 150
Find Hundreds of Physics Products Online: 8 (3), 254
Introducing Interactive Reader Service: 10 (2), 113
Let the Readers Be Heard!: 8 (5), 495
Orlando Exhibit Brings News of Educational Software Advances: 6 (2), 111
PC '95 Offers Computational Perspective: 9 (5), 477
Physics Computing '92 Index of Authors: 6 (4), 328
Physics Computing '92 Offers Varied Program: 6 (4), 303
Physics Computing '92 Will Convene in Prague: 6 (2), 114
SC'94 Spotlights High-Performance Computing: 9 (1), 11
Segue to the Future: 12 (6), 515
Supercomputing Adapts for the Future: 10 (2), 108
Supercomputing Conference Emphasizes Scalable Computing and Networks: 8 (1), 8
Supercomputing specialists try out clusters and networks: 7 (1), 6
Talking Computational Shop in the Penumbra of the Alhambra: 12 (6), 525
Teachers Learn about Computers in Physics Education: 9 (2), 131
See Cybenko, George
See also Cybenko, George, and Daukantas, Patricia


Holmes, Mark H., Yuklun Au, and J. W. Stayman
Symbolic and numerical computing for chemical kinetic reaction schemes: 9 (6), 629


Hon, David
A new method for visualizing data on a sphere: 5 (5), 505


Hoover, Carol G.
See Hoover, William G.


Hoover, William G., Anthony J. De Groot, and Carol G. Hoover
Massively parallel computer simulation of plane-strain elasticplastic flow via nonequilibrium molecular dynamics and Lagrangian continuum mechanics: 6 (2), 155


Horbatsch, Marko
Teaching Calculus and Linear Algebra with DERIVE: 4 (6), 656


Horowitz, C. J.
See Melendez, W.


Horowitz, E. J.
A general field-line plotting algorithm: 4 (4), 418


Horwitz, Paul, Edwin F. Taylor, and William Barowy
Teaching special relativity with a computer: 8 (1), 92


Hotz, D.
See Bajema, J.


Houlanhan, Padraig
Tracking artificial satellites with the Macintosh: 8 (1), 113


House Subcommittee Planning NSF Supercomputing Hearings: 2 (2), 96


Houston Physicists Gain Ground on Space Vacuum Research Facility: 2 (1), 14


Houtman, H., F. W. Jones, and C. J. Kost
Laplace and Poisson equation solution by RELAX3D: 8 (4), 469


Hsieh, Alexander, and Eran Yehudai
HIP: Symbolic highenergy physics calculations: 6 (3), 253


Hu, Kun
See also Karbach, Michael


Hu, Yue
Simulations of the Motion of Colloidal Particles in Alternating Electric Fields: 8 (5), 524


Hua, Xin-Min
Monte Carlo simulation of Comptonization in inhomogeneous media: 11 (6)


Hubisz, John L.
Book review: NetLearning: Why Teachers Use the Internet, by Ferdi Serim and Melissa : 11 (5), 451
Book review: Science on the Web: A Connoisseur's Guide to Over 500 of the Best, Most Useful, and Most Fun Science Websites, by Edward J. Renehan Jr.: 11 (5), 451


Hudson J. L.
See Rossler, O. E.


Huergo, Jennifer
Additions and Updates to the CIP Home Page: 10 (5), 426
LogoLinks on the Rise: 11 (4), 323
New Secure Online Subscription Form: 11 (3), 229
Physics Teachers Warm Up to Computers in Phoenix: 11 (2), 130
See Our 1997 Editorial Calendar:  11 (1), 21
Software Contest Deadline Approaches: 11 (2), 139


Huggins, Elisha, Samuel Velez, Keith Dunleavy, and Anuj Gupta
Use of the Macintosh Oscilloscope in Undergraduate Science Education: 5 (2), 220


Hughes, James
See Franta, W. R.


Hughes, Peter
Building a Terrain Renderer: 5 (4), 434


Hughes, Thomas J. R.
See Taylor, Charles A.


Hugunin, James
See Dubois, Paul F.


Hunt, J. C. R.
Developments in Forecasting the Atmospheric Environment: 9 (5), 483




ITop


Iglesias, Andrés
See Gutiérrez, José Manuel

Inchiosa, Mario E., and Steven A. Janowsky
A parallel algorithm for determining the ground state of some ferromagnetic spin systems: 3 (1), 55


Ingoldsby, Tim
AlP's Applied Physics Letters Online: Coming in January: 8 (4), 398


Intrator, Nathan
Book review: Fundamentals of Artificial Neural Networks, by Mohamad H. Hassoun: 10 (2), 137


Iowa Simulation Center Goes from Real Time to the Big Time: 1 (1), 96


Irving, Larry Jr.
Why Physicists Should Care About the National Information Infrastructure: 7 (4), 381


Ivanov, Oleg
See Goedecker, Stefan




JTop

JPL Physicists To Fabricate VLSL Neural Network Chip By End of '88: 2 (1), 7


Jaén, X.
See Balfagón, A.
See Castellvi, P.


Jacob, Robert, and John Anderson
Do-it-Yourself Massively Parallel Supercomputer Does Useful Physics: 6 (3), 244


Jacobson, L. A.
A fast data smoothing algorithm: 4 (4), 400


Jakobsson, Eric
See Scott, H. Larry


Janhunen, Pekka and Douglas Stein
MathHDF: Mathlink-Based Distributed Visualization Between Mathematica and HDF Files: 7 (3), 290


Jaric, Marko Vukobrat
See Qui, Shi-Yue


Jasek, H.
See Weller, H. G.


Jayaprakash, C.
See Grinstein, G.


Jenkins, Richard A.
New Approaches In Parallel Computing: 3 (1), 24
The Next Wave of Japanese Supercomputers: 2 (2), 34


Ji, Chueng-Ryong
See Pang, Alex


Joannopoulos, J. D.
See Brommer, K. D.


Jodicke, B.
See Borie, E.


Johansen, G.A., J. E. Nordtvedt, and P. Vold
ElPed: An interactive PC-based learning program for basic electrical circuits: 7 (5), 577


John E. Gastineau
Spacetime: 5 (4), 443


John, George C., J. E. Hasbun, and Vijay A. Singh
Simple scheme for the numerical evaluation of nearly singular integrals:

Johnson, Christopher R., Robert S. MacLeod, and Mike A. Matheson
Computer Simulations Reveal Complexity of Electrical Activity in the Human Thorax: 6 (3), 230


Johnson, F. Scott
See Judd, Peggy


Johnson, M. A. and L. V. Meisel
Quantifying symmetric chaos: 7 (5), 585


Johnson, T.K., and R. L. Vessella
On the application of parallel processing to the computation of dose arising from the internal deposition of radionuclides: 3 (3), 69


Johnston, I. D.
See Walker, P. J.


Johnston, Ian
Book review: Molecular Dynamics Simulation: Elementary Methods, by J. M. Haile: 7 (6), 625


Jolivette, Peter L.
Least-squares fits when there are errors in X: 7 (2), 208


Jones, Eric D., Bryan L. Preppernau, P. G. Stein, and James R. Matey
Catching the Right Bus, Part IV: IEEE-488 Programming: 9 (1), 24


Jones, Eric D., and Bryan L. Preppernau
Catching the Right Bus V: A Beginners' Guide to Programming the IEEE-488 Bus: 9 (2), 140


Jones, F. W.
See Houtman, H.


Jones, Robert D., and James R. MacFall
Computers In Magnetic Resonance Imaging: 2 (5), 25


Joseph W. Haus Jr., Joseph Porter Jr., and William L. Siegmann
Interactive Multimedia Modules in Mathematics, Engineering, and Science:

Judd, Peggy, and F. Scott Johnson
SGML Enables Full-Text Scientific Publishing on the Web: 9 (4), 369


Judd, Peggy, and Frank Perugini
AlP's Online Information Service Helps Physicists Stay Up to Date: 8 (1), 24
See also Hamlin, Christopher B.


June Test Set For Improved Deep-Space Telemetry Tool: 2 (1), 15




KTop

Kadanoff, Leo P.
See Rothman, Daniel H.


Kahaner, David
See McClain, Marjorie


Kaiser, T. and G. Schweiger
Stable algorithm for the computation of Mie cofficients for scattered and transmitted fields of a coated sphere: 7 (6), 682


Kalnay, Eugenia
Numerical Weather Prediction: 9 (5), 488


Karbach, Michael, and Gerhard Müller
Introduction to the Bethe Ansatz I:  11 (1), 36


Karbach, Michael, Kun Hu, and Gerhard Müller
Introduction to the Bethe Ansatz II: 12 (6), 565


Karlen, Dean
Using projections and correlations to approximate probability distributions: 12 (4), 380


Karmesin, Steve Roy
See Decyk, Viktor K.


Karpf, Andreas
AIP Launches Academic Software Project: 3 (6), 81
Caltech Introduces Computational Science Ph.D. Program: 4 (1), 12
Large-Scale Mapping of the Universe with IRAS Data: 4 (1), 9
Plasma Simulations Used to Design New Magnetic Fusion Devices: 4 (2), 121
Quantum Monte Carlo Applied to Matter Simulations: 4 (2), 127
SUPERNODE 2: 3 (6), 16
Voyager Scientists Have a Field Day With Neptune Data: 3 (6), 13


Kataev, M. Yu.
See Zuev, V. V.


Kaufman, Charles
See Regez, Nicolas
See Srivastava, Niraj


Kaul, S. K.
See Sawhney, K. J. S.


Kaxiras, Efthimios
See Abraham, Farid F.


Keister, Bradley D.
Multidimensional Quadrature Algorithms: 10 (2), 119


Kennedy, Jack
A MATHCAD-based method for enhanced system resolution studies: 6 (4), 377


Kennedy, Ken
The Case for a Next Generation Internet: 11 (5), 405


Kennel, Matthew
See Stoutamire, David


Kenway, R. D.
See Bowler, K. C.


Kesselman, Carl
See Foster, Ian


Kevan, S. D.
See Bothun, G. D.


Khaddaj, Souheil A.
See Haider, Maz


Khan, Furrukh S.
See Yeh, Mei-Ling


Kidan, T., Joan Adler, and A. Ron
Numerical simulations of an atomic beam focused by an optical potential: 12 (6), 471


Kim, Eunsook
See Lea, Suzanne M.


Kim, Jeongnim
See Yeh, Mei-Ling


Kincanon, Eric
See Byrne, John


King, John F.
Graphics Draw A New Picture For Science: 1 (1), 50


Kirkup, L., and J. Sutherland
Curve stripping and nonlinear fitting of polyexponential functions to data using a microcomputer: 2 (6), 64


Kitowski, Jacek
See Alda, Witold


Klein, Barry M.
Computational and Industrial Physics at PC '97: A Marriage Made in Heaven:

Klein, M.
See Rossler, O. E.


Klein, W.
See Ferguson, Charles D.


Klimenko, Stanislav V.
Russians Form Center of Computing for Physics and Technology: 9 (1), 16


Knight, L. V.
See Gray, K. J.


Knoesel, Ralf
See Beliën, A. J. C.


Kohin, Roger P.
Book review: Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos, by J. M. T. Thompson, and H. B. Stewart: 4 (3), 329
Book review: Quantum Mechanics on the Personal Computer, by Siegmund Brandt and Hans Peter Dahmen: 4 (3), 329
Book review: Theoretical Physics on the Personal Computer, by E.W. Schmid, G. Spitz, and W. Losch: 3 (3), 81


Kolan, Amy, Barry Cipra, and Bill Titus
Exploring Localization in Nonperiodic Systems: 9 (4), 387


Koltracht, I.
See Rawitscher, G.


Koniges, Alice E., and Kevin R. Lind
Parallelizing Code for Real Applications on the T3D: 9 (4), 399


Koplik, Joel, and Jayanth R. Banavar
Physics of Fluids at Low Reynolds Numbers--A Molecular Approach: 12 (5), 424


Korsch, H. J., and A. Wagner
Fractal mirror images and chaotic scattering: 5 (5), 497


Kost, C. J.
See Houtman, H.


Koul, R.
See Sawhney, K. J. S.


Kowallik, Hans
See Landau, Rubin H.


Krüger, Wolfgang
See Renz, Wolfgang


Kramer, J. W.
See Goloskie, R.


Krishen, Kumar
See DeAcetis, Louis A.


Kristyan, Sandor
Equipotential surfaces of the model reaction H + H2: Struggling with three dimensions: 8 (5), 556


Kristyan, Sandor, and Janos Szamosi
Reaction kinetic surfaces and isosurfaces of the catalytic hydrogenolysis of ethane and its self-poisoning over Ni and Pd catalysts: 6 (5), 494


Krueger, Wolfgang
The application of transport theory to visualization of 3-D scalar data fields: 5 (4), 397


Krug, M.
See Rossler, O. E.


Krutar, Rudolph A.
See Cole, James B.


Kuck, David J.
Facing Up to Software's Greatest Challenge: Practical Parallel Processing: 11 (3), 213


Kulkarni, Jaydeep A., and Antony N. Beris
New approach for simulating chain conformations in dense polymers using fully populated lattice models: 12 (6), 641


Kunz, Michelle
Bravo on Ada 95 Coverage: 12 (4), 312


Kutt, P. H., and D. P. Balamuth
Operating experience with a multiple-processor system for data acquisition and reduction in nuclearphysics: 3 (5), 52




LTop

La Brecque, Mort
Retinex: Physics and The Theory Of Color Vision: 2 (6), 16


Laeri, Franco
Some comments on maximum entropy spectral analysis of time series: 4 (6), 627


Lai, Y. K.
See Chia, T. T.


Lai, Ying-Cheng
See Yalcinkaya, Tolga
Controlling Chaos: 8 (1), 62


Lake, Kayll
See Musgrave, Peter


Lam, Lui and Rocco Pochy
Active-Walker Models: Growth and Form in Nonequilibrium Systems: 7 (5), 534


Lampton, Michael
Damping-undamping strategies for the Levenberg-Marquardt nonlinear least-squares

Lancaster, Jack L., and Gary D. Fullerton
Computers, Physics, and Medicine: Imaging The Body: 2 (5), 16


Landau, R. H., T. Mefford, and G. He
Visualizations in Few-body Physics: 7 (3), 296


Landau, Rubin H., Hans Kowallik, & Manuel J. Páez
Web-Enhanced Undergraduate Course and Book for Computational Physics: 12 (3), 240


Landesman, A.
See Shoemaker, R. L.


Lane, Barton G.
X-arRAY: Accessing Extended Memory on the Cheap: 6 (1), 97


Lane, Eric T.
Apple II Software Demonstrates Wave Behavior: 2 (3), 53


Langer, Steven H.
A Comparison of the Floating-Point Performance of Current Computers: 12 (4), 338
See also Still, Charles H.


Lannutti, Joseph E.
Computers Undergird High-Energy Physics Research: 6 (1), 104


Larson, B. E.
See Brommer, K. D.


Lauterbach, M. J.
See Matey, James


Law, Alan G.
See Mitchell, J. Ross


Laws, Priscilla
The Role of Computers in Introductory Physics Courses: 5 (5), 552


Layton, William, and Ralph Roskies
Teaching Physicists How To Program: 2 (4), 32


Lea, Suzanne M., Beth A. Thacker, Eunsook Kim, and Kathleen M. Miller
Computer-assisted assessment of student understanding in physics: 8 (1), 122


Leaf, Jesse J.
Databases Turn Computers Into Science Libraries: 2 (1), 24


Leclerc, G., and L. Sanche
Spreadsheets for computing charged-particle trajectories in 3-D electrostatic fields: 4 (6), 617


Lee, Arthur
Book review: Computational Systems--Natural and Artificial, by H. Haken: 2 (6), 99


Lee, Michael A., and Kevin E. Schmidt
Green's Function Monte Carlo: 6 (2), 192


Lee, W. L.
See Roy, S.


Leenders, R.
See Beliën, A. J. C.


Leidecker, Henning
See Cahalan, Robert F.


Leigh, John S. Jr.
See Stein, Alan D.


Lenstra, Daan
See Mirasso, Claudio R.


Lentz, W. J.
Continued fraction calculation of spherical Bessel functions: 4 (4), 403


Leung, P. W., and Paul E. Oppenheimer
Implementation of the Lanczos algorithm for the Hubbard model on the Connection Machine system: 6 (6), 603


Leuze, Michael R., and Robert C. Ward
Parallel Computers Take Lead in Complex Problem Solving: 5 (6), 582


Levine, Judah
Why Experimentalists Mistrust Computer Modeling--and Why They Rely on It:

Levy, Christopher
Book review: Solid State Physics Simulations, by Graham Keeler, Roger Rollins, and Steven Spicklemire: 10 (3), 260


Levy, George C.
Computers In Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy: 2 (5), 32


Lewin, David I.
Frances E. Allen: Mathematician Compiles Enviable Record in Industrial R&D: 9 (2), 128
Gene Amdahl: Still Pumping Heavy Iron: 11 (6), 526
Robert Axtell: Growing a Tree of Knowledge in an Object-Oriented Eden:
John Backus: Fortran's Developer Receives Top Engineering Award: 8 (1), 6
James Blinn: Animator Chooses Physics over Movies: 8 (6), 624
Robert R. Borchers: NSF Foresees Bright Future for Its Supercomputing Centers: 8 (2), 134
Vinton Cerf: Meeting Future Internet Needs: 8 (4), 374
Mark Ellisman: Building an Imaging Collaboratory: 10 (5), 414
Roscoe Giles: From Theory to Practice: 12 (2), 110
Paul Ginsparg: How a Physicist Helped to Launch a Revolution: 10 (1), 6
Herbert Hauptmann: Making Molecular Structures Crystal Clear: 12 (1), 6
HPCC grandly challenges physics community: 7 (2), 118
Sidney Karin: Supercomputing Survivor: 12 (4), 302
Donald Knuth: Computer Scientist Addresses Grand Themes: 9 (3), 248
Steven Louie: From Nanocomputers to the Earth's Core: 12 (6), 406
Paul Messina: Setting His Sights on Petaflops: 10 (4), 310
Cleve Moler: Math Professor Turns Classroom Program into Successful Business: 9 (1), 8
Kim Molvig: Advising Fluid Dynamicists to Be Discrete: 11 (2), 126
Gordon Moore: The Accidental Entrepreneur: 12 (6), 518
Charles Mosher: Striking Pay Dirt in a Supercomputer: 10 (6), 510
Nathan Myhrvold: Physicist Oversees Research for Software Giant: 9 (5), 472
Jeremiah Ostriker: Computing the Universe: 12 (3), 214
Patricia Reggio: Getting Students High on Quantum Chemistry: 11 (4),
Larry Smarr: NCSA's Director Champions Broad Access to Supercomputers: 8 (5), 496
Richard Stallman: Mr. GNU's Who: 11 (5), 406
Clifford Stoll: Born-Again Internet Gadfly Takes on Computational Physics: 9 (4), 352
Valerie Taylor: Balancing Her Roles in Engineering and Society: 10 (3), 206
Donald Weingarten: Computing the Glueball: 10 (2), 102
Kennneth Wilson: Nobel Laureate Espouses Physics, Education, and Breadth of Knowledge: 9 (6), 572
Stephen Wolfram: Mathematica's Developer Asks, "Can Algorithms Replace Equations?": 8 (3), 238
Paul Woodward: How to Be an Experimental Theorist: 11 (3), 214


Li, C. L.
See Chan, F. L.


Li, Chihwen Chris and Chwan-Hwa John Wu
A particle-in-cell fluid model for radio frequency glow discharges: 7 (3), 363


Lichten, William, and Donald L. Shirer
Scientific and Graphing Calculators: 12 (6), 588


Liewer, P. C.
See Lyster, P. M.


Liewer, Paulett C.
See Decyk, Viktor K.


Lightbody, John W. Jr.
Informative, Too: 2 (5), 90


Lightbody, J. W. Jr., and J. S. O. Connell
Modeling single arm electron scattering and nucleon production from nuclei by GeV electrons: 2 (3), 57


Lin, Derchyan
See Cusumano, Joseph P.


Lin, H. Q. and J. E. Gubernatis
Exact Diagonalization Methods for Quantum Systems: 7 (4), 400


Lind, Kevin R.
See Koniges, Alice E.


Lindgren, Gordon E.
See Pickett, Robert C.


Linn, S. L.
See Corden, M. J.


Linsay, Paul S.
Book review: Chaotic and Fractal Dynamics: An Introduction for Applied Scientists and Engineers, by Francis Moon: 8 (1), 69


Lipton, Richard J.
See Forbes, Nancy


Lister, Tim, and James R. Matey
What is Software?: 10 (4), 327


Liu, G., S. Fuelling, and R. Bruch
Versatile CAMAC-PC/AT system for data acquisition and control in high resolution extreme-ultraviolet ( EUV ) spectroscopy following ion-atom and ion-molecule collisions: 6 (2), 168


Llanas, Ian
See Armstrong, Daryl


Llanta, E.
See Castellvi, P.


Lloyd, Seth
See Forbes, Nancy


Locklair, Gary
Electronics Workbench Helps Students to Learn About Circuits: 6 (6), 700


Lomdahl, Peter S.
See Beazley, David M.


Long, Lyle N.
See Martin, Jared


Long, William F.
See Baer, Howard


Los Alamos High-Speed Channel Will Spur 1 Gigabits/s Networks: 2 (5), 12


Lozzi, L.
See Santucci, S.


Luban, Marshall, and Lawrence P. Staunton
An efficient method for generating a uniform distribution of points within a hypersphere: 2 (6), 55


Luchner, Karl
See Dengler, Roman


Lundberg, Matthew
Book review: Wavelets and Their Applications, Mary Beth Ruskai et al., eds.: 6 (6), 698
Wavelets: A Tutorial in Theory and Applications, by Charles K. Chui: 6 (6), 698


Luzar, Alenka
Book review: Molecular Modeling, Basic Principles and Applications, H. D. Holtje and G. Folkers: 12 (1), 42


Lyster, P. M., P. C. Liewer, V. K. Decyk, and R. D. Ferraro
Implementation and characterization of three-dimensional particle-in-cell codes on multiple-instruction-multiple-data massively parallel supercomputers: 9 (4), 420




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Müller, Gerhard
See Regez, Nicolas


M. Swierkosz
See Rappaz, J.


MCNC Builds Massively Parallel Processor On a Chip: 2 (5), 104


MacDonald, Joe
Where to Buy Scientific Programming Languages: 3 (1), 85


MacDonald, William M.
See Ehrlich, Robert


MacDonald, William M., Edward F. Redish, and Jack M. Wilson
The M.U.P.P.E.T. Manifesto: 2 (4), 23


MacDonald, William M., Maria Dworzecka, Robert Ehrlich, and Jaroslaw Tuszynski
Authoring on the Internet--the CUPS Series: 8 (4), 386


MacKay, David J. C.
Qualitative Reasoning: Modeling and Simulation with Incomplete Knowledge, Benjamin Kuipers: 9 (2), 172


MacLeod, Allan J.
Accurate and efficient evaluation of the Bose-Einstein functions g3/2 and

MacLeod, Robert S.
See Johnson, Christopher R.


Macdonald, J. Ross
Solution of an "impossible" diffusion-inversion problem: 9 (5), 546


Mackie, T. R.
See Sinder, A.


Maclntire, Douglas A.
See Sutton, C. Sean


Macomber, Hilliard K.
Book review: Fields and Electrodynamics--A Computer-Compatible Introduction, by Pieter V. Visscher: 4 (4), 441


Maggs, James
See Gekelman, Walter


Mahonen, Petri
Parallel signal processing workstation environment: 5 (6), 611


Maier, W. L.
Derive Version 1.58, Soft Warehouse, Inc.: 4 (2), 210


Majumdar, Sharmila, and Rahul R. Prasad
The fractal dimension of cerebral surfaces using magnetic resonance images: 2 (6), 69


Makino, Junichiro
Supercomputing Symposium Addresses Astrophysics and Related Topics: 11

Makino, Junichiro, and Makoto Taiji
Computational Astrophysics on a Special-Purpose Computer: 10 (4), 352


Malaney, Robert A.
Supercomputers and Nuclear Astrophysics: 2 (6), 40


Mallinckrodt, A. John
Book review: Cellular Automata and Complexity, by Stephen Wolfram: 9 (1), 55
Book review: Computational Geometry in C, by Joseph O'Rourke: 9 (1), 55
Book review: Computing for Scientists and Engineers: A Workbook of Analysis, Numerics, and Applications, by William J. Thompson: 7 (2), 155
Book review: Crossing the Internet Threshold: An Instructional Handbook, by Roy Tennant, by John Ober and Anne G. Lipow: 7 (5), 543
Book review: Everybody's Guide to the Internet, by Adam Gaffin: 9 (1), 55
Book review: Internet Primer for Information Professionals: A Basic Guide to Internet Networking, by Elizabeth Lane and Craig Summerhill: 7 (5), 543
Book review: Internet: Getting Started, by April Marine, Susan Kirkpatrick, Vivian Neou, and Carol Ward: 7 (5), 543
Book review: Numerical Methods for Physics, by Alejandro L. Garcia: 9 (1), 55
Book review: Random Processes in Physical Systems: An Introduction to Probability-Based Computer, by Charles A. Whitney: 6 (5), 555
Book review: Simulations, by Charles A. Whitney: 6 (5), 555
Book review: Stereo Computer Graphics and Other True 3D Technologies, ed. by David F. McAIlister: 9 (1), 56
Book review: The Internet Companion: A Beginner's Guide to Global Networking, by Tracy Laquey and Jeanne C. Ryer: 7 (5), 543
Book review: The Internet Passport: NorthWestNet's Guide to Our World Online (4th ed.), by Jonathan Kochmer and NorthWestNet: 7 (5), 543
Book review: The Whole Internet User's Guide & Catalog, by Ed Krol: 7 (5), 543
Book review: Thinking in Complexity: The Complex Dynamics of Matter, Mind, and Mankind, by Klaus Mainzer: 9 (4), 398
Book review: Zen and the Art of the Internet: A Beginner's Guide (2nd ed.), by Brendan P. Kehoe: 7 (5), 543
Interactive Physics Version 1.2: 5 (3), 349
Interactive Physics II: A Physics Simulation Laboratory for the Macintosh: 7 (3), 312


Mallory, Kendall
See Sung, Ruwang


Manchek, Robert
See Dongarra, Jack


Mandell, Myron
IRIS Indigo: High-Performance Low-End Workstation: 6 (3), 290


Mandrake, L., and W. Gekelman
Large-scale Windows 95-based data-acquisition system using LabVIEW: 11

Manner, R., and O. Stucky
The Polyp multiprocessor: Architecture and applications in nuclear physics: 4 (3), 267


Mansuripur, Masud
See Fu, H.
See Giles, R.


Mansuripur, Masud, and Roscoe Giles
Simulation of the magnetization-reversal dynamics on the Connection Machine: 4 (3), 291


Manyin, M.
See Hasler, A. F.


Margio, C.
See Moriarty, K J. M.


Markel, Scott
Book review: Visual Cues: Practical Data Visualization, by Peter R. Keller and Mary M. Keller: 8 (3), 297


Markus, Mario
Chaos in Maps with Continuous and Discontinuous Maxima: 4 (5), 481


Marro, J.
See Borcherds, P. H.


Marsaglia, George, and Arif Zaman
Some portable very-long-period random number generators: 8 (1), 117


Martínez-Jiménez, J. M.
See Martínez-Jiménez, P.


Martínez-Jiménez, P., E. Casado, J. M. Martínez-Jiménez, M. Cuevas-Rubiño, D. González-Caballero, and F. Zafra-López
Interactive Physics Simulations Appeal to First-Year Students: 11 (1), 31


Martin, Jared, Lyle N. Long, and Kevin M. Morooney
Using Java for scientific programming and electromagnetics: 12 (6), 601


Martin, Jeanne T.
Book review: Fortran 8x Explained, by Michael Metcalf and John Reid: 3 (2), 82


Martin, L. W.
See Titus, Aaron P.


Martin, Pablo
See Fairén, Victor


Martin, Richard F. Jr., George Skadron, and Robert D. Young
Computers, Physics and the Undergraduate Experience: 5 (3), 302


Masatoshi, Kitaoka
See Yoshiyuki, Usami


Massaioli, Federico
See Punzo, Giovanni


Materials Science Online Database To Debut: 2 (5), 104


Matey, James R.
General Principles for Application Computers in Experimental Physics: 7 (1), 12
Good Housekeeping Part 1: Remaining Sane in the Face of Inevitable Disasters: 8 (6), 642
Moore's Law and the PC Revolution: Actual and Anticipated Effects on Instrumentation and Measurement Science: 11 (2), 140
New Directions and Old: A Farewell to Computers in Physics: 12 (6), 547
PC Hardware Configuration Guide for DOS and Solaris, Ron Ledesma: 9 (3), 287
Book review: Physics Experiments Using PCs, edited by H. M. Staudenmaier: 8 (2), 177
PVM--Parallel Virtual Machine: A Users' Guide and Tutorial for Networked Parallel Computing: 9 (6), 607
See Forrest, Gary, and Jones, Eric D.
See Newrock, Richard
See Paavola, Stephen
Software Designs and Architectures, Part I: Introduction and User Input/Output: 10 (3), 233
Software Designs and Architectures, Part II: Representing Observations: UVR Mark 11: the History of an Automated Instrument: 7 (5), 498
Book review: Visual Explanations: Images and Quantities, Evidence and Narrative, by Edward R. Tufte: 12 (2), 146
A World Without Barriers: Editor's Report from NIWeek '97: 11 (6),


Matey, James and M. J. Lauterbach
How to Control Errors in Analog-to-Digital Conversion: 7 (4), 408


Matey, James and Phillip Stein
Catching the Right Bus 1: an Overview of Architectures for Instrument Systems: 7 (2), 130


Mathes, Leslie E.
Where To Buy Computer-Controlled Instrumentation For PC and Mac: 2 (2), 75
Where To Buy Electricity and Magnetism Education Software: 2 (6), 89
Where To Buy High Resolution Color Monitors: 2 (5), 91
Where To Buy Mathematical Libraries: 2 (4), 83
Where To Buy Scientific Software For The Macintosh: 2 (1), 75
Where To Buy Statistical Analysis Software Packages: 2 (3), 79
Product Roundup: Technical Word Processing: 1 (1), 81


Matheson, Mike A.
See Johnson, Christoper R.


Mathews, Kirk A.
TK Solver 3.0 Organizes and Solves Physics Problems: 11 (2), 181


Matzner, Richard A.
Interaction of U (1) cosmic strings: Numerical intercommutation: 2 (5), 51


Max, Claire E.
Computer Simulation of Astrophysical Plasmas: 5 (2), 152


Mazel, David S.
Book review: Introduction to Applied Nonlinear Dynamical Systems and Chaos, by Stephen Wiggins: 4 (5), 563


Mazur, Eric
Can We Teach Computers to Teach?: 5 (1), 31


McAulay, Alastair D.
Researchers Look to Optics to Move Computer Technology Forward: 6 (6), 595


McCammon, J. Andrew
See Briggs, James M.


McClain, Marjorie, Albert Feldman, David Kahaner, and Xuantong Ying
An algorithm and computer program for the calculation of envelope curves: 5 (1), 45


McClellan, James H.
See Winograd, Joseph M.


McKay, Susan R.
Book review: Biology and Computation: A Physicist's Choice, ed. by H. Gutfreund and G. Toulouse: 9 (1), 54
Book review: Computational Ocean Acoustics, by F. B. Jensen, W. A. Kuperman, M. B. Porter, and H. Schmidt: 9 (1), 55
Book review: Dynamics of Complex Systems (Studies in Nonlinearity), by Yaneer Bar-Yam: 12 (4), 335
Book review: Machines That Learn: Based on the Principles of Empirical Control, by Robert Alan Brown: 9 (1), 55
Book review: New Methods for Modelling Processes within Solids and at Their Surfaces, ed. by C. R. A. Catlow, A. M. Stonehas, and Sir John Meurig Thomas: 9 (1), 54
Book review: Numerical Methods and Scientific Computing: Using Software Libraries for Problem Solving, by Norbert Kockler: 9 (1), 54
Book review: Oceanography and Acoustics: Prediction and Propagation Models, ed. by Allan R. Robinson and Ding Lee: 9 (1), 56
Book review: Quattro Pro for Scientific and Engineering Spreadsheets, by Robert G. Parks: 7 (6), 624
Book review: The Art of Modeling Dynamic Systems: Forecasting for Chaos, Randomness, and Determinism, by Foster Morrison: 6 (4), 424
Book review: The Monte Carlo Method in Condensed Matter Physics: Second, Corrected and Updated Edition, ed. by K. Binder: 11 (2), 166


McKinney, Scott
See Forrest, Gary


McKinstry, David M.
3-D Amiga Images For The Physics Classroom: 2 (5), 44


McLaughlin, Keith L. and Steven M. Day
3D Elastic Finite-Difference Seismic-Wave Simulations: 8 (6), 656


McRae, Gregory, and Armistead G. Russell
Smog, Supercomputers, and Society: 4 (3), 227


Mefford, T.
See Landau, R. H.


Meisel, L.V., and P. J. Cote
Exponents in lifetime and power spectral density forms in self-organized critical systems: A Mathematica application: 7 (6) 710


Meisel, L.V.
See Johnson, M. A.


Mel'cuk, Andrew I., Roscoe Giles, and Harvey Gould
Molecular dynamics simulation of liquids on the Connection Machine: 5 (3), 311


Melendez, W., and C. J. Horowitz
Semiclassical quark model of the nuclear matter response: 9 (4), 450


Melhem, Rami
See Sigurdsson, Steinn.


Melott, Adrian L.
See Farrar, Kelly A.


Mentele, James W.
See Roy, S.


Merazzi, Silvio
See Gerteisen, Edgar.


Meredith, Dawn C.
Book review: An Introduction to Computer Simulation Methods, 2nd Edition, by Harvey Gould and Jan Tobochnik: 10 (4), 349


Meredith, Roger W.
Numeric precision in FORTRAN computing: 6 (5), 506


Messina, Paul
High-Performance Computers: The Next Generation (Part I): 11 (5), 454
High-Performance Computers: The Next Generation (Part II): 11 (6), 598


Metcalf, Michael
A derived-data type for data analysis: 5 (6), 599


Meyer, W. T., and M. S. Gorbics
A simple microprocessor for FASTBUS slave modules: 3 (4), 73


Miceli, Kristina D.
An Automated Approach to Multidisciplinary Visualization: 9 (4), 406


Michael R. Riedel
Origin 4.0 Delivers Graphing Functionality: 10 (2), 147


Michielsen, Kristel
See De Raedt, Hans


Middleditch, John
Adventures in Fourier Space: Hunting the Millisecond Pulsar: 3 (4), 19
Computer Detection of Pulsar 1987A: 3 (4), 14


Migliore, M., G. F. Ayala, and S. L. Fornili
Concurrent simulation of neurons on multi-Transputer systems: 5 (6), 605


Mihalisin, Ted, Edward Gawlinski, John Timlin, and John Schwegler
Multidimensional Graphing in Two-Dimensional Spaces: 3 (6), 33


Miller, Benjamin P., and Howard E. Dunn
Orthogonal least-squares line fit with variable scaling: 2 (4), 59


Miller, Kathleen M.
See Lea, Suzanne M.


Minnesota Researchers Design Systolic Array Building Blocks: 2 (3), 104


Mirasso, Claudio R., Martijn Mulder, Hans J. W. Spoelder, and Daan Lenstra
Visualization of the "Sisyphus" attractor: 11 (3), 282


Mirchandaney, Ravi
Cluster vs. Monolithic Parallel Machines: You May Need Both: 7 (2), 117


Mirin, A. A.
Predicting multiprocessing efliciency on the Cray multiprocessors in a CTSS time-sharing environment/application to a 3-D magnetohydrodynamics codes: 2 (4), 62


Mirza, Nasir M.
See Ghaousia, Syedah Fatima.


Mirza, Sikander M.
See Ghaousia, Syedah Fatima.


Misner, Charles W.
Spreadsheets Tackle Physics Problems: 2 (3), 37


Mitchell, Chris, and Walter Gekelman
Real-time physics data-visualization system using Performer: 12 (4), 371


Mitchell, J. Ross, Peter Dickof, and Alan G. Law
A comparison of line integral algorithms: 4 (2), 166


Mitsel, A. A.
See Zuev, V. V.


Mok, H. M.
See Chan, F. L.


Monot, R.
See Hall, B. D.


Morales-Acevedo, A. and Humberto Arizpe
Simulating solar cells with a microcomputer: 7 (3), 343


Morales-Acevedo, Arturo, Eduardo Herrera, and Heriberto Valencia
Inexpensive microcomputerbased system for solar cell I-V characterization: 3 (2), 46


Morales-Acevedo, Arturo
See Casados-Cruz, Gaspar


Moriarty, K. J. M., C. Margio, and T. Trappenberg
Object-oriented Monte Carlo simulations: 9 (5), 540


Moriarty, K. J. M., S. Sanielevici, K. Sun, and T. Trappenberg
Object-oriented programming applied to lattice gauge theory: 7 (5), 560


Morooney, Kevin
See Cusumano, Joseph P.
See Martin, Jared


Morrison, Michael A.
Requested Data: 2 (2), 92


Morrison, Richard A.
Remote Monitoring of Electric Appliances with an Intelligent Monitor: 4 (4), 362


Morrow, Richard A.
Book review: Classical Mechanics Simulations, by Bruce Hawkins and Randall S. Jones: 10 (3), 259


Mortensen, Paul
Japanese Physicists Command Powerful Supercomputer Resources: 6 (4), 339


Moscinski, Jacek
See Alda, Witold


Motorola Unveils 88000 RISC Microprocessor Line: 2 (4), 96


Mulder, Keith
See Tobochnik, Jan


Mulder, Martijn
See Mirasso, Claudio R.


Müller, Gerhard
See Karbach, Michael
See Srivastava, Niraj


Munro, David H.
Using the Yorick Interpreted Language: 9 (6), 609
See Brown, Stewart A.


Murai, Y.
See Yamazaki, M.


Musgrave, Peter, and Kayll Lake
Scalar invariants of the radiating Kerr-Newman metric: A simple application of the GRTensor: 8 (5), 589


Myron, James R., Larry R. Lines, and R. Philip Bording
Computers in Seismic Tomography: 3 (2), 26




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NCSA Expands Academic Affiliates Program: 1 (1), 96


NSF Establishes Advanced Electronic Materials Processing Center: 2 (6), 104


NSFNET Upgrade Boosting Scientific Computer Network To 45 Mbits/s: 2 (3), 14


NYSERNet Boosts Network Data Transfers To 1.5 Megabits/s: 2 (6), 104


Nadrchal, J.
See Borcherds, P. H.


Nardone, Carlo
See Bonomi, Ernesto


Natarajan, Lakshmi
Book review: Computation of Atomic Processes: A Handbook for the ATOM Programs, by M. Ya Amusia and L. V. Chernysheva: 12 (2), 148

Nau, Richard W.
See Roy, S.


Needels, M.
See Brommer, K. D.


Negele, John W.
In Computational Physics, Change Brings Opportunities and Challenges: 7 (3), 253


Neill, Greg
Reader studies chaotic-pendulum problem: 12 (5), 411


Nelson, Kirsten
See Takach, Stephen F.


Nelson, William E.
See Wagner, John S.


Newman, D. J.
See Chan, F. L.


Newrock, Richard, and James R. Matey
Catching the Right Bus, Part 3: IEEE-488.1: 8 (3), 259


Newton, Roger G.
Book review: Variational Principles and the Numerical Solution of Scattering Problems, by Sadhan K. Adhikari: 12 (4), 336


Ng, Betty
See Chan, F. L.


Ning, Xiaohui
Modeling saturable absorption using 3-D spreadsheets: 4 (5), 532


Nishidate, Kazue, Mamoru Baba, and Richard J. Gaylord
ASECA: A cellular-automata simulation program for a silicon anisitropic super-micro-etching process in aqueous KOH: 12 (1), 88


Nishimura, Hiroshi
Dynamic Accelerator Modeling Uses Objects in Eiffel: 6 (5), 456


Noble, Julian V.
Avoid Decisions: 5 (4), 386
Highlights of the 1990 Rochester FORTH Conference: 5 (4), 367
Scientific Computation in Forth: 3 (5), 31


Noels, Arlette, R. Papy and F. Remy
Visualizing the evolution of a star on a graphic workstation: 7 (2), 202


Nordtvedt, J. E.
See Johansen, G. A.


Norman, Michael, David Clarke, and James M. Stone
Computational Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics: 5 (2), 138


Nosenchuck, Daniel M.
Book review: Neural Computing Architectures: The Design of Brain-Like Machines, by Igor Aleksander: 4 (2), 212


Novak, Gregor M.
Book review: HTML: The Definitive Guide (2nd ed.), by Chuck Musciano and Bill Kennedy: 12 (1), 43
Book review: JavaScript: The Definitive Guide (2nd ed.), by Davad Flanagan: 12 (1), 43


Novotny, M. A.
A New Approach to an Old Algorithm for the Simulation of Isinglike Systems: 9 (1), 46


Numrich, Susan K.
See Cole, James B.




OTop

O'Meara, John M.
See Taylor, Edwin F.


O'Shea, Donald C.
Generation of mask patterns for diffractive optical elements using Mathematica: 10 (4), 391


Ogilvie, J. F.
Computer algebra in modern physics: 3 (1), 66


Ogren, Paul J.
See Hessler, Jan P.


Ohio Facility to Install Cray Y-MP by mid 1989: 2 (2), 96


Omelyan, Igor P.
On the numerical integration of motion for rigid polyatomics: The modified quaternion approach: 12 (1), 97


Omohundro, Stephen M.
Sather Provides Nonproprietary Access to Object-Oriented Programming: 6 (5), 444


Onodera, Y.
Numerov integration for radial wave equations in cylindrical symmetry: 8 (3), 352


Oppenheimer, Paul E.
See Leung, P. W.


Oran, Elaine S. and Jay P. Boris
Computing Turbulent Shear Flows--a Convenient Conspiracy: 7 (5), 523


Oran, Elaine
See Anderson, David


Orr, B. G.
See Sears, R. K.


Orvis, William J.
Fitting Data to Equations with Spreadsheet Programs: 4 (1), 99




PTop

Páez, Manuel J.
See Landau, Rubin H.


Paavola, Stephen, and James R. Matey
Catching the Right Bus, Part VIII: Packet Switching for Very-High-Performance Data-Acquisition and Analysis Systems: 12 (3), 235


Pachner, J.
The nature of chaos in two systems of ordinary nonlinear differential equations: 7 (2), 226


Palaniappan, K.
See Hasler, A. F.


Palmer, Byron
FORTH: The Choice For Scientific Instruments: 2 (2), 54


Pandey, Ras B.
Book review: Dynamic Modeling of Transport Process Systems, by C. A. Silebi and W. E. Schiesser: 8 (2), 178


Pandey, Ras B.
See Stauffer, Dietrich


Pang, Alex, and Chueng-Ryong Ji
Symbolic Feynman-Diagram Calculation: 9 (6), 589


Pang, Tao
A Numerical Method for Quantum Tunneling: 9 (6), 602


Panigrahi, J.
See Singh, A. K.


Paolucci, Samuel
See Vasilyev, Oleg V.


Papageorgiou,  A., and J. F. Traub
Faster Evaluation of Multidimensional Integrals: 11 (6), 574


Papy, Roland
See Noels, A.


Parisi, J.
See Rossler, O. E.


Parker, G. W.
What is the Capacitance of Parallel Plates?: 5 (5), 534


Parker, J. R.
See Groisman, G.


Pastore, Giorgio
See Canessa, Enrique


Patterson, G.
See Fu, H.


Paul, S. R.
See Spencer, C. D.


Pauschenwein, J. and B. Thaller
Visualizing Quantum-Mechanical Wavefunctions in Three Dimensions with AVS: 10 (6), 558


Pauschenwein, J., and B. Thaller
Visualizing Quantum-Mechanical Wavefunctions in Three Dimensions with AVS: 10 (6), 558


Pawley, G. S.
A simple model for the molecular dynamics of condensed phases: 5 (5), 479


Payne, M. G. and Mark Edwards
Approximate atomic structure calculations using a microcomputer: 7 (4), 465


Peery, James S.
See Wong, Michael K. W.


Peinke, J.
See Rossler, O. E.


Pelcovits, Robert
See Billeter, Jeffrey


Penet, F.
See Esaulov, V. E.


Penna, T. J. P.
Fitting curves by simulated annealing: 9 (3), 341


Pepe, Louis J.
See Cusumano, Joseph P.


Perel, Jordan D.
See Bishop, Marvin


Perugini, Frank
See Judd, Peggy


Peskin, Richard L., and Sandra S. Walther
SCENE--A Computational Interface System: 8 (4), 430


Peters, R. D.
Experimental computational physics using an inexpensive microcomputer: 2 (4), 68


Peters, Randall D.
Book review: Practical Computing for Experimental Scientists, by John D. Beasley: 3 (2), 81


Petridis, Athanasios N. and Fred K. Wohn
Implementation of PHENIX trigger algorithms on massively parallel computers: 9 (4), 438


Petrig, Benno L., and Charles E. Riva
Measurement and Simulation of the Human Eye: 4 (1), 36


Petroleum Institutes Lead Drive For Computer-Aided Geophysics: 2 (4), 96


Petti, Richard
Why Math-Software Development Counts: 8 (6), 623


Petzold, Linda R.
See Hindmarsh, Alan C.


Phillies, George D. J.
Wavelets: A New Alternative to Fourier Transforms: 10 (3), 248


Phillies, George D. J., and Jonathan Stott
Mori-Zwanzig-Daubechies decomposition of Ising-model Monte Carlo dynamics: 9 (2), 225
Wavelet analysis of Ising model spin dynamics: 9 (1), 97


Phillpot, S., Sidney Yip, and Dieter Wolf
How Do Crystals Melt?: 3 (6), 20


Physicists Plan Supercollider Simulations Meeting: 2 (3), 104


Picart, J.
See de Izarra, C.


Picasso, Marco
See Bossy, Mireille.


Pickett, Robert C., Gordon E. Lindgren, and Ronald K. Anderson
Power series solution of linear and nonlinear partial differential equations via symbolic programming: 7 (1), 108


Pickover, Clifford A.
An Informal Survey of the Scientific and Social Impact of a Soda Can-Sized Super-Supercomputer: 5 (3), 290
Markov aggregation on a sticky circle: 3 (4), 79
A note on computer experiments with chaotic shattering of level sets: 3 (6), 69
A note on rendering chaotic repeller distance towers: 2 (3), 75
The Twenty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the Chaos Society: 4 (5), 568
The World of Chaos: 4 (5), 460


Piekarewicz, J., and George M. Frichter
Quark-based description of nuclear matter with simulated annealing: 8 (2), 223


Pieroni, Enrico
See Bonomi, Ernesto


Pifer, Joe
Are We Doing Our Students a Favor by Making Them Learn Fortran?: 10 (6), 509


Pochy, Rocco
See Lam, Lui


Pogoda, Marek
See Alda, Witold


Porter, Joseph Jr.
See Boyce, William E.


Poshusta, R. D.
Spreadsheet Error Analysis of Least Squares Fitted Models Using Monte Carlo Simulation: 5 (2), 248


Potvin, Jean
Computation of the Surface Tension: 5 (3), 333
Computational Quantum-Field Theory: 7 (2), 149
Computational Quantum Field Theory, Part 2: Lattice Gauge Theory: 8 (2), 170


Powell, Adam IV
Book review: Lattice-Gas Cellular Automata: Simple Models of Complex Hydrodynamics, by Daniel P. Rothman and Stepane Zaleski: 12 (6), 576


Preppernau, Bryan L.
Keeping Our Scientific Voice in the Computer Industry: 9 (5), 471
See Jones, Eric D.
See Wagner, John S.


Press, William H.
See Smarr, Larry L.


Press, William H., and Glennys R. Farrar
Recursive Stratified Sampling for Multidimensional Monte Carlo Integration: 4 (2), 190


Press, William H., and Saul A. Teukolsky
Adaptive Stepsize Runge-Kutta Integration: 6 (2), 188
Bessel Functions of Fractional Order: 5 (2), 244
Biconjugate Gradient Method for Sparse Linear Systems: 6 (4), 400
Computing Accurate Integrals With the FFT: 3 (1), 91
Cyclic Redundancy Checks for Data Integrity or Identity: 3 (4), 88
Elliptic Integrals: 4 (1), 92
Evaluating Continued Fractions and Computing Exponential Integrals: 2 (5), 88
Fitting Straight Line Data with Errors in Both Coordinates: 6 (3), 274
Fourier transforms of real data in two and three dimensions: 3 (5), 84
Fredholm and Volterra Integral Equations of the Second Kind: 4 (5), 554
Fresnel Integrals, Cosine and Sine Integrals: 6 (6), 670
Hypergeometric Functions by Direct Path Integration: 4 (3), 320
Integrating Stiff Ordinary Differential Equations: 3 (3), 88
Kolmogorov-Smirov Test For Two-Dimensional Data: 2 (4), 74
Modified Bessel Functions of Fractional Order: 5 (3), 330
Multigrid Methods for Boundary Value Problems. I.: 5 (5), 514
Multigrid Methods for Boundary Value Problems. II.: 5 (6), 626
Numerical Calculation of Derivatives: 5 (1), 68
Numerical Recipes: Does This Paradigm Have a Future?: 11 (5), 416
Orthogonal Polynomials and Gaussian Quadrature with Nonclassical Weight Functions: 4 (4), 423
Pade Approximants: 6 (1), 82
Portable Random Number Generators: 6 (5), 522
Quasi- (that is, Sub-) Random Numbers: 3 (6), 76
Savitzky-Golay Smoothing Filters: 4 (6), 669
Search Algorithm For Weak Periodic Signals in Unevenly Spaced Data: 2 (6), 77
Simulated Annealing Optimization Over Continuous Spaces: 5 (4), 426


Princeton and Concurrent to Codevelop Navier-Stokes Supercomputer: 1 (1), 96


Pruksch , Matthias and Frank Fleischmann
Positive iterative deconvolution with energy conservation: 12 (2), 182


Ptashnik, I. V.
See Zuev, V. V.


Punzo, Giovanni, Federico Massaioli, and Sauro Succi
High-resolution lattice-Boltzmann computing on the IBM SPI scalable parallel computer: 8 (6), 705


Pusch, Gordon D.
See Bischof, Christian H.




QTop

Qui, Shi-Yue, Corbett R. Rowell, and Marko Vukobrat Jaric
Visualization and analysis of quasicrystal densities: 10 (2), 186


Quine, Richard W., George Rinard, Donald E. Rugg, Gareth R. Eaton and Sandra S. Eaton
Design of magneticfield gradient coils for imaging: 6 (6), 656


Quiroz González, J. L. M., and D. Thompson
Getting started with Numerov's method: 11 (5), 514




RTop

Raeside, D. E.
See Al-Beteri, A. A.


Raff, L. M.
See Clark, M. M.


Ragan, Don
Medical Physics: Turning Science Fiction Into Fact: 2 (5), 102


Ram-Mohan, L. R.
See Goloskie, R.


Ram-Mohan, L. R., Sunil Saigal, Don Dossa, and J. Shertzer
The finite-element method for energy eigenvalues of quantum mechanical systems: 4 (1), 50


Ramos, E.
See Esteban, E. P.


Rapaport, Dennis C.
An Introduction to Interactive Molecular-Dynamics Simulations: 11 (4), 337
Book review: Parallel Algorithms in Computational Science, by D. W. Heermann and A. N. Burkitt: 6 (5), 554
Visualizing Physics: 3 (5), 19


Rapkin, Marwin
Ada's Attractions: 12 (4), 312


Rappaz, J. and M. Swierkosz
Boundary-Element Method Yields External Vector Potentials in Complex Industrial Applications: 11 (2), 145


Ratajack, Mark T., and D. O. VanOstenburg
Computer Simulation Teaches Fourier Transform NMR: 8 (3), 279


Ravaglia, Raymond, J. Acacio de Barros, and Patrick Suppes
Computer-Based Instruction Brings Advanced-Placement Physics to Gifted Students: 9 (4), 380


Rawat, H. S.
See Sawhney, K. J. S.


Rawitscher, G., I. Koltracht, Hong Dai, and C. Ribetti
The Vibrating String: A Fertile Topic for Teaching Scientific Computing: 10 (4), 335


Reader, Joseph
Transition arrays in atomic spectroscopy with a commercial spreadsheet

Rebbi, Claudio
See Giles, Roscoe


Rebello, N. Sanjay
Using DemoShield to Create Interactive Demos on the Web: 11 (6), 537


Rebello, N. Sanjay, and Konstantin Sushenko
Designing Interactive Web Pages Using ActiveX: 11 (4), 317


Rebello, N. Sanjay, Chandima Cumaranatunge, Lawrence T. Escalada, and Dean A. Zollman
Simulating the Spectra of Light Sources: 12 (1), 28


Redish, Edward F.
Are Computers Appropriate for Teaching Physics?: 7 (6), 613


Redish, Edward F.
See Wilson, Jack M.
See Wilson, Jack M.


Redman, James M., and Richard R. Silbar
Selecting an Operating System, Part II: NEXTSTEP: 9 (3), 261


Redondo, Antonio and Dipen N. Sinha
Vibrational mode analysis using maximum likelihood and maximum entropy: 7 (4), 476


Regan, Jeffrey J., and David R. Anderson
Reflection and refraction of optical beams at dielectric interfaces: 5 (1), 49


Regez, Nicolas, Wolfgang Breymann, Stefan Weigert, Charles Kaufman, and Gerhard Müller
Hamiltonian Chaos IV: 10 (1), 38


Reitmeier, Glenn A.
Watch Out Computing--Here Comes HDTV!: 8 (3), 237

Remy, Francois
See Noels, A.


Renwick, Stephen P.
Plotting and Fitting Your Data: SigmaPlot for the Mac: 6 (2), 210


Renz, Wolfgang, Rüdiger Westermann, and Wolfgang Krüger
Interactive visualization of three-dimensional cellular automata: 8 (5), 550


Resler, D. A., and S. M. Grimes
The nuclear shell model code CRUNCHER: 2 (3), 65


Rew, Russ
See Brown, Stewart A.


Reynders, John V. W. III, and Julian C. Cummings
The POOMA Framework: 12 (5), 453


Reynolds, Peter J., Jan Tobochnik, and Harvey Gould
Diffusion Quantum Monte Carlo: 4 (6), 662


Ribetti, C.
See Rawitscher, G.


Ricart, Glenn
A Night at the Movies: 9 (1), 19
Free the Internet!: 8 (5), 509
How to Transfer Files on the Internet: 8 (1), 20
Prevention and Prudent Precautions: Computing Security on the Internet: 9 (3), 254
Plug-In, Tune-In, Sleep-In: 10 (2), 110
Scholarly Publishing Faces Cultural Challenge: 9 (4), 351
Speed Limits on the Internet: 8 (2), 146
The Internet Moves Out of Its Corner: 10 (1), 14
The MOSAIC Internet Browser: 8 (3), 249
The Scholarly Information Web: 9 (4), 360
Using Up the Internet: 9 (6), 581
What's in a Name?: 9 (2), 135


Richard Noel Fell
Macsyma 2.1 Rebounds with Improved Capabilities: 10 (5), 471


Riedel, K. S., and A. Sidorenko
Function Estimation Using Data-Adaptive Kernel Smoothers--How Much Smoothing?: 8 (4), 402


Rigden, John S.
Cold Fusion With Computers?: 5 (4) ,448
The Disciplines Educate and Liberate: 10 (3), 205


Rijnders, Frank M., H. J. W. Spoelder, and F. C. A. Groen
Distributed visual programming environment: Possibilities and limitations: 8 (5), 576


Rinaldo, Frank and Steve Wolbers
Loosely Coupled Parallel Processing at Fermilab: 7 (2), 184


Rinard, George
See Quine, Richard W.


Risley, John S.
See Gjertsen, Margaret H.
See Wilkinson, Ladye Kathryn
Teaching Physics With Computers: Does It Work?: 2 (4), 94


Riva, Charles E.
See Petrig, Benno L.


Rivas, M.
See Aguirregabiria, J. M.


Rivero, Juan
See Fernández, Julio F.


Robbins, K. A. and M. Gorman
Using image processing and computer animation to analyze spatial and temporal dynamics in a pattern-forming system: 12 (1), 73


Roberts, D. Aaron
An algorithm for finding spurious points in turbulent signals: 7 (5), 599


Roberts, Randy M.
See Gray, Mark G.


Robinson, Allen C.
See Wong, Michael K. W.


Robison, Arch D.
C++ Gets Faster for Scientific Computing: 10 (5), 458


Robson, John W.
Physics: Cinema Classics: 6 (5), 556


Rodrigue, Garry H.
See Amala, Paul A. K.


Roelofs, Lyle
Book review: Monte Carlo Simulation in Statistical Physics, by K. Binder and D. Heermann: 7 (2), 156


Rogowitz, Bernice E., and Lloyd A. Treinish
How Not to Lie with Visualization: 10 (3), 268


Rollins, Roger W.
Book review: Simulations for Solid State Physics, by Robert H. Silsbee and Jörg Dräger: 12 (6), 449


Roman, Thomas A.
The inflation wormhole: a Mathematica animation: 8 (4), 480


Ron, A.
See Kidan, T.


Roomany, Hamzeh H.
A graph theoretic approach to the brachistochrone problem: 4 (3), 303


Roper, L. David
EXP Formats Equations at Low Cost: 6 (4), 426


Roskies, Ralph
Metacomputing--Pipedream or Practical Reality?: 8 (5), 540


Rossler, O. E., M. Klein, G. Baier, J. Parisi, M. Krug, and J. L. Hudson
Sierpinski Sponge in a Simple Generic Diffeomorphism: 4 (5), 494


Rothman, Daniel H., and Leo P. Kadanoff
Bubble, bubble, boil, and trouble: 8 (2), 199


Rots, Arnold H.
Special purpose image display devices and techniques at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory: 3 (6), 41


Rouhi, Ali, and Jon Wright
Spectral implementation of a new operator splitting method for solving partial differential equations: 9 (5),554


Rowe, Alistair C. H., and Paul C. Abbott
Daubechies wavelets and Mathematica: 9 (6), 635


Rowell, Corbett R.
See Qui, Shi-Yue


Roy, Alexandre
See Anderson, David V.


Roy, Swati, W. L. Lee, J. W. Mentele, and R. W. Nau
A comparative study of temperature extremes analysis by regression methods and by an artificial neural network: 7 (3), 330


Roy, Trina
See Bryson, Steve


Rudowicz, C.
See Chang, Y. M.


Rugg, Donald E.
See Quine, Richard W.


Rundle, John B.
See Ferguson, Charles D.


Russell, Armistead G.
See McRae, Gregory


Russo, Frank
See Armstrong, Daryl


Rybicki, George B.
Dawson's Integral and The Sampling Theorem: 3 (2), 85




STop

SDSC Installs Molecular Simulation Library: 1 (1), 96


SDSC Molecular Modeling Teleconference On Way To VideoStores: 2 (3), 104


Software and Supercomputers Tutor Carnegie-Mellon Physics Students: 2 (1), 96


Sabelli, Nora H.
For Our Children's Sake, Take Full Advantage of Technology: 9 (1), 7


Sachar, Kenneth S. and Barry Goldstein
Optimization of the controlled separation of biologically active diagnostic magnetic probes: 4 (6), 637


Saigal, Sunil
See Ram-Mohan, L. R.


Saleh, A. H. M.
Time domain analysis of the impulse response of physical systems using optimization methods: 4 (3), 275


Salpeter, Edwin E.
Book review: Computers in Battle: Will They Work?, by David Bellin and Gary Chapman: 2 (3), 100


Samuels, David C., H.G.E. Hentschel, and Alan Fine
Parallel Simulations of Neuron Growth: 10 (2), 129


Sanche, L.
See Leclerc, G.


Sanchez, Hector Jorge
A new peak search routine for fast evaluation on small computers: 5 (4), 407


Sander, Evelyn, Leonard M. Sander, and Robert M. Ziff
Fractals and Fractal Correlations: 8 (4), 420


Sander, Leonard M.
See Sander, Evelyn


Sanders, Jr., T. M.
See Sears, R. K.


Sandia SUPERNET Software Yields Supercomputer Speeds: 2 (5), 104


Sandri, G. v. H.
See Collins, J. J.


Sanielevici, S.
See Moriarty, K. J. M.


Santucci, S., P. Picozzi, L. Lozzi, and R. Diamanti
A simple and low-cost interface between an apparatus for Auger spectroscopy and a personal computer: 3 (6), 57


Sargent, Murray III
Making the Switch from Physics to Software: A First-Order Phase Transition: 12 (3), 213


Sauer, Jon R.
See Dreitlein, Joseph F.


Savage, C. M.
The quantum mechanics of a classically chaotic dissipative system: 6 (5), 513


Sawhney, K. J. S., I. K. Kaul, R. Koul, C. L. Bhat, H. S. Rawat, and S. K. Kaul
PC-based data acquisition system for the Gulmarg gamma-ray telescope: 3 (3), 47


Sawley, M. L.
See Williams, S. A.


Scales, John A.
See Ballüder, Karsten
See Villarreal, Alberto.


Scales, John A., Martin L. Smith, and Karsten Balluder
Selecting an Operating System, Part III: Unix in a Laboratory Environment: 9 (6), 584


Schmidt, Jeffrey R.
See Armstrong, Daryl


Schmidt, Kevin E.
See Lee, Michael A.


Schmidt, Oron
See DeAcetis, Louis A.


Schmidt,  Jeffrey R.
Animation in the Unix Environment: A Primer: 11 (6), 618


Schmittmann, Beate
Book review: Thermal and Statistical Physics Simulations, by Harvey Gould, Lynna Spornick, and Jan Tobochnik: 10 (3), 258


Schoch, Peter K.
Chemistry Workshop Helps Physics Teachers: 9 (6), 579


Schroeter, Claus
See Ballüder, Karsten


Schulz, Stefan, and Regina de Vivie-Riedle
A practical approach to multivariate interpolation: 11 (6), 647


Schwartz, Tom
Expert Systems Prove Adept At Physics: 2 (1),40


Schwegler, John
See Mihalisin, Ted


Schweiger, G.
See Kaiser, T.


Schweizer, W., and P. Fassbinder
The discrete variable method for non-integrable quantum systems: 11 (6),

Scott, H. L.
See Clark, M. M.


Scott, H. Larry, Eric Jakobsson, and Shankar Subramaniam
Simulations of Lipid Membranes with Atomic Resolution: 12 (4), 328


Seacat, R. H. III
See Shoemaker, R. L.


Sears, R. K., B. G. Orr, and T. M. Sanders Jr.
A Scanning Tunneling Microscope for Undergraduate Laboratories: 4 (4), 427


Sebhatu, Mesgun, and W. Edward Gettys
A least-squares method for extracting phase shifts: 3 (5), 65


Seel, Max
Modeling of Solid Rocket Fuel: From Quantum Chemistry to Fluid Dynamics Simulations: 5 (5), 460


Segletes, S. B.
See Zukas, J. A.


Shafer, David
Global Optimization in Optical Design: 8 (2), 188


Shan, Xiaowne
See Chen, Shiyi


Shapiro, M.
See Bajema, J.


Shearin, Rhonda
Educational Programs Take Advantage of Computing Techniques: 9 (2), 133
Forest Researchers Look for Computer Solutions: 9 (1), 16
Government and Industry Get Together on the Superhighway: 8 (6), 630
Physics Computing '94 Explores Innovations in Computational Physics: 8 (3), 241
Submission Deadline for PC '95 Nears: 9 (1), 17


Shen, Han-Wei
Using Line-Integral Convolution to Visualize Dense Vector Fields: 11 (5),

Shepherd, Theodore G.
See Douglas, Solomon Castillo


Shertzer, J.
See Ram-Mohan, L R.


Sherwood, Bruce
Clarifying Recursion: 10 (3), 215
Plato Was a Medium, Not the Message: 12 (6), 528


Sherwood, Bruce Arne and David M. Anderson
cT Creates Prize-winning Portable Physics Programs: 7 (2), 136


Shirer, Donald L.
BBEdit 4.5 Adds More HTML Tools: 12 (1), 60
Excel Add-Ons Improve Graphing and Statistical Analyses: 12 (4), 352
Fortran 90 Subsets Offer Simplified Environment for First-Time Users: 12 (2), 166
Maple V Turns Over a New Leaf: 12 (3), 267
Symbolic I/O Leads List of New Mathematica 3.0.1 Features: 11 (6), 624


Shoemaker, R. L., H. H. Barrett, A. Landesman, R. H. Seacat III, and B. B. Taylor
The Trimm parallel processor: 5 (4), 418


Shriner, John F. and William J. Thompson
Angular-Momentum Coupling Coefficients: New and Improved Algorithms: 7 (2), 144


Shtatland, E. S.
See Collins, J. J.


Sidhu, Satinder S.
Elliptic Integrals and Functions: 9 (3), 268


Sidorenko, A.
See Riedel, K S.


Siedband, Melvin P., Huilian Zhang, and James Gray
Block truncation image compression with bit-map compensation: 3 (6), 52


Siegel, Peter B.
Book review: First Course in Chaotic Dynamical Systems: Theory and Experimentation, by Robert L. Devaney: 7 (4), 416


Siegman, Anthony E.
Two-dimensional calculations using one-dimensional arrays, or Life on the Skew: 2 (6), 74


Siegmann, William L.
See Boyce, William E.


Sigurdsson, Steinn, Bohr He, Rami Melhem, and Lars Hernquist
Implementing an efficient collisionless N-body code on the Cray

Silbar, R. R., and H. T. Williams
Symbolic Solutions: Angular Momentum on a PC: 8 (1), 52


Silbar, Richard R.
An interactive NeXTSTEP interface to Fortran code for solving coupled differential equations: 7 (5), 592
Book review: NeXTSTEP Programming, Step One: Object-oriented Applications, by Simson L. Garfinkel and Michael K. Mahoney: 7 (3), 287
See Redman, James M.


Silver, Deborah
See Fernandez, Victor M.


Silverman, Amihai, and Joan Adler
Animated Simulated Annealing: 6 (3), 277


Simon, Michal
Book review: Electronic and Computer-Aided Astronomy, by Ian S. McClean: 4 (1), 104


Simos, T. E.
Computer-algebra program for constructing exponentially fitted methods for solution of the Schrödinger equation: 12 (3), 290
An explicit sixth-order Bessel and Neumann fitted method for the numerical solution of the Schrödinger Equation: 12 (6), 635
A variable-step procedure for the numerical integration of the one-dimensional Schrödinger equation: 7 (4), 460


Sinclair, Bruce
European Competition Boosts Physics Software: 10 (5), 417


Sinervo, Pekka K.
Remember That the Internet Is a Science Resource!: 9 (2), 127


Singh, A. K., and J. Panigrahi
Catching the Right Bus, Part VII: A CAMAC Example: 11 (5), 425


Singh, Prabhakar P. and William J. Thompson
Exploring the Complex Plane: Green's Functions, Hilbert Transforms, Analytic Continuation: 7 (4), 388


Singh, Vijay A.
See John, George.


Sinha, Dipen N.
See Redondo, Antonio


Sipson, Roger, and Ronald Thornton
Computers Bring New Opportunity to Science Education: 9 (6), 571


Sipson, Roger
Book review: Exploring Java, by Patrick Niemeyer and Joshua Peck: 11 (1), 46
Book review: Java in a Nutshell, by David Flanagan: 11 (1), 46


Skadron, George
See Martin, Richard F. Jr.


Skiff, Peter
Book review: Computational Philosophy of Science, by Paul Thagard: 3 (6), 96


Skulski, Wojtek
See Dotzel,Günter


Slanic, Zoran, Harvey Gould, and Jan Tobochnik
Dynamics of the Classical Heisenberg Chain: 5 (6), 630


Slater, Robert
Who Invented The Computer?: 1 (1), 44


Slaughter, S. R.
See Estrera, J. P.


Sloot, P. M. A.
See De Ronde, J. F.


Smarr, Larry L., and William H. Press
Astronomical Computing in the 1990s: The Bahcall Committee Report: 5 (2), 180


Smarr, Larry L.
Visualization Captures the Imagination of Physicists: 5 (6), 564


Smit, Berend
See Frenkel, Daan.


Smith, D. A.
Parametric cubic splinefitting programs for open and closed curves: 6 (5), 472


Smith, H. J. T.
See Blackburn, James A.


Smith, Jr., Frank A.
Animating the physics lecture with Amiga BASIC: 4 (2), 155


Smith, Martin L.
See Scales, John A.


Smith, Martin L.
See Ballüder, Karsten


Smith, R., and D. E. Harrison Jr.
Algorithms for molecular dynamics simulations of keV particle bombardment: 3 (5), 68
Simulation of the dynamics of ion-bombarded surfaces on a desktop computer: 3 (4), 41


Snider, A., and T. R. Mackie
Continuous antialiased 2-D and 3-D transformations in discrete space: 4 (1), 78


Snowman, Daniel P.
Book review: The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica Version 3, by Jerry Glynn and Theodore Gray: 12 (6), 451
Book review: Computer: A History of the Information Machine, by Martin Campbell-Kelly and William Aspray: 11 (3), 256
Book review: Modern Physics Simulations, by Douglas Brandt, John Hiller, and Michael Moloney: 10 (3), 260


Software introduces PC-Equipped Scientists to Neural Nets: 2 (1), 8


Solomon, C. J.
See Haney, S. W.


Somsky, W. R., and J. E. Gubernatis
A massively parallel implementation of the worldline quantum Monte Carlo method: 6 (2), 178


Sowell, Glenn
See Cook, David M.
See Cook, David M.


Spencer, C. D., P. Seligmann, and D. A. Briotta
General-purpose measurement interface for physics experiments: 1 (1), 59


Spencer, C. D., and E. J. Hermann
Parallel I/O ports for the IBM microchannel: 5 (5), 488


Spencer, C. D., and S. R. Paul
Hardware and software for a pulse height analyzer linked to a personal

Sperandeo-Mineo, R. M.
See Bellamonte, L.


Spoelder, H. J. W.
See Beliën, A. J. C.


Spoelder, H. J. W.
See Rijnders, Frank M.


Spoelder, Hans J. W.
See Mirasso, Claudio R.


Sprott, J. C.
Simple Programs Create 3-D Images: 6 (2), 132


Srivastava, Niraj, Charles Kauffman, and Gerhard Muller
Hamiltonian Chaos II: 5 (3), 239


Srivastava, Niraj, Charles Kauffman, and Gerhard Muller
Hamiltonian Chaos III: 6 (1), 84


Srivastava, Niraj, Charles Kaufman, and Gerhard Muller
Hamiltonian Chaos: 4 (5), 549


Stanley, H. Eugene
Statistical Physics of Macromolecules, Alexander Yu. Grosberg and Alexei R. Khokhlov: 9 (2), 171


Starace, Anthony F.
See Bao, Min-Qi


Stauffer, Dietrich
Book review: Complex System Dynamics--An Introduction to Automata Networks, by Gerard Weisbuch: 5 (3), 329
Computers and dinosuars on Route 66: 7 (5), 489


Stauffer, Dietrich, and Ras B. Pandey
Immunologically Motivated Simluations of Cellular Automata: 6 (4), 404


Stauffer, Dietrich
Computational Physicists Vie for the Gold: 6 (6), 567


Stauffer, Dietrich
Getting Older - Monte Carlo Simulations of Biological Aging: 10 (4), 341


Stauffer, Dietrich
Landslides Towards Teraflops? A Review of PC '94: 8 (6), 627


Stauffer, Dietrich
PC '96 in Kraków Features Statistical Studies: 10 (6), 515

Stauffer, Dietrich
Programming Cellular Automata: 5 (1), 62


Stayman, J. W.
See Holmes, Mark H.


Stein, Alan D., Zhiyue Wang, and John S. Leigh Jr.
Computer-generated holograms: A simplified ray-tracing approach: 6 (4), 389


Stein, Douglas
See Janhunen, Pekka


Stein, P. G.
See Jones, Eric D.


Stein, Phillip
See Matey, James


Steiner, M. M., W. Wenzel, J. W. Wilkins, and Kenneth G. Wilson
Object-Oriented Techniques in Large Scientific Computing Projects: Experience with C++: 11 (5), 467


Stift, Martin J.
Scientific Programming with Ada 95: Object-Oriented, Parallel, and Safe: 12 (2), 150


Still, Charles H.
Portable Parallel Computing via the MPII Message-Passing Standard: 8 (5), 533


Still, Charles H., Steven H. Langer, W. Edward Alley, and George B. Zimmerman
Shared-Memory Programming with OpenMP: 12 (6), 577


Stone, David H.
Pulsed laser codes for use as instructional tools: 6 (1), 77


Stone, James M.
See Norman, Michael


Stott, Jonathan
See Phillies, George D. J.


Stoughton, C., and D. J. Sunners
Using multiple RISC CPUs in parallel to study charm quarks: 6 (4), 371


Stoutamire, David, and Matthew Kennel
Sather Revisited: A High-Performance Free Alternative to C++: 9 (5), 519


Strandburg, Katherine J.
Quasicrystals and Aperiodic Tilings: 5 (5), 520


Strandlie, Are
See Burgess, Mark


Straub, John E.
See Andricioaei, Ioan


Street, Robert L.
Book review: Numerical Modeling of Water Waves, by Charles L. Mader: 3 (4), 103


Strogatz, Steven H.
Book review: The Genesis of Simulation in Dynamics: Pursuing the Fermi-Pasta-Ulam Problem, by Thomas P. Weissert: 12 (6), 574


Stucky, O.
See Maner, R.


Styer, Daniel
Book review: Quantum Mechanics Using Maple, by Marko Horbatsch: 11 (2), 165


Subramaniam, Shankar
See Scott, H. Larry


Succi, Sauro
See Punzo, Giovanni


Sullivan, Francis E.
See Fowler, Howland A.


Summers, D. J.
See Stoughton, C.


Sun, K.
See Moriarty, K. J. M.


Sunderam, V.S.
See Dongarra, Jack


Sung, Ruwang, Willard Fadner, Courtney Willis, and Kendall Mallory
Computer-Enhanced Physics Laboratories: 12 (2), 133


SuperQuest Awarding Supercomputer to High School Scientists: 2 (2), 96


Supercomputer Centers Funding May Increase by $20 million in FY1989: 2 (4), 10


Supercomputing Centers To Get LAPACK Scientific Sof tware By End of '88: 2 (5), 14


Suppes, Patrick
See Ravaglia, Raymond


Sushenko, Konstantin
See Rebello, N. Sanjay


Sutton, C. Sean, Douglas A. Maclntire, Susan J. Eagan, and Anne Caraley
Undergraduate cosmic ray muon decay experiments with computer interfacing: 1 (1), 76


Swan, Victoria
See Bishop, Marvin


Sweeney, Christopher J., and Paul L. DeVries
Time-dependent quantum-mechanical scattering in two dimensions: 3 (1), 49


Swendsen, Robert
See Ferrenberg, Alan


Syed, M.Q., and M.A. Hastaoglu
The Use of HYPERCARD in Physics: 3 (6), 81


Syphers, Dale
Book review: Quantum Mechanics Simulations, by J. R. Hiller, I.D. Johnston, and D. F. Styer: 10 (3), 260


Szamosi, Janos
See Kristyan, Sandor




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Tabor, G.
See Weller, H. G.

Taiji, Makoto
See Makino, Junichiro


Takach, Stephen F., and Kirsten Nelson
Design of the control software for the muon readout system in NA48: 11

Takats, Martha
Creating and Displaying Animated GIFs for Physics Instruction: 12 (1), 16


Talay, Denis
See Bossy, Mireille.


Talman, Richard
See Bourianoff, George


Tam, Patrick
See Cook, David M.
See Cook, David M.


Tam, Patrick
Physics and Mathematica: 5 (3), 342
Physics and Mathematica: 5 (4), 438


Tao, Ping-Kee
Confronting students' alternative conceptions in mechanics with the Force

Taylor, B. B.
See Shoemaker, R. L.


Taylor, Charles A., Thomas J.R. Hughes, and Christopher K. Zarins
Computational Investigations in Vascular Disease: 10 (3), 224


Taylor, Clayborne D., and David P. Nicolas
An adaptive data-smoothing routine: 3 (2), 63


Taylor, Cyrus
Mathematica in the Classroom: 5 (1), 16


Taylor, Edwin F., Stamatis Vokos, John M. O'Meara, and Nora S. Thornber
Teaching Feynman's sum-over-paths quantum theory: 12 (2), 190


Taylor, Edwin F.
See Horwitz, Paul


Teachers Plan to Bring Computational Physics into Undergrad Classrooms: 2 (1), 96


Templon, J. A., and W. M. Dennis
Book review: Numerical Algorithms with C, by Gisela Engeln-Müllges and Frank Uhlig: 11 (6), 594
Book review: Numerical Algorithms with Fortran, by Gisela Engeln-Müllges and Frank Uhlig: 11 (6), 594


Templon, Jeffrey A.
Evaluation of PC/Linux Systems for Use as Scientific Workstations: 10 (1), 49


Tenth Anniversary Roundtable Discussion
The Future of Scientific Computing : 11 (6), 542


Teukolsky, Saul A.
See Press, William H.


Teukolsky, Saul A.
See Press, William H.


Teukolsky, Saul A.
See Press, William H.


Teukolsky, Saul A.
See Press, William H.


Teukolsky, Saul A.
See Press, William H.


Teukolsky, Saul A.
See Press, William H


Thacker, Beth A.
See Lea, Suzanne M.


Thaller, B.
See Pauschenwein, J.


Thaller, B.
See Pauschenwein, J.


The Beauty Of Fractals: 1 (1), 26


The Visualization Roundtable: 2 (3), 16


Thiébaut, Dominique F.
Web Tracking and Graphing with Pgperl: 10 (5), 420


Thijsse, Barend J., Mark A. Hollanders, and Jan Hendrikse
A practical algorithm for least-squares spline approximation of data containng noise: 12 (4), 393


Thio, T.
See Goloskie, R.


Thomas, Oran M.
See Aref, Hassan


Thompson, A. M.
See Craig, I. J. D.


Thompson, D.
See Quiroz González, J. L. M.


Thompson, Joe F.
The Experts Have Spoken. Who Will Listen?: 10 (2), 101


Thompson, W. J.
Book review: Computer Simulation and Computer Algebra: Lectures for Beginners, by D. Stauffer, F. W. Hehl, V. Winkelmann, and J. G. Zabolitzky: 3 (3), 83


Thompson, William J.
Introducing Computation To Physics Students: 2 (4), 14


Thompson, William J.
Mac Clones: Power Computing for Frugal Physicists: 9 (6), 622


Thompson, William J.
Algorithms for normalizing by least squares: 6 (4), 386


Thompson, William J.
Chebyshev Polynomials: After the Spelling the Rest Is Easy: 8 (2), 161
Mathematica and Maple: Has Champaign Met Its Waterloo?: 8 (3), 269


Thompson, William J.
Cutting Corners: Quick Square Roots and Trig Functions: 7 (1), 18
Numerous Neat Algorithms for the Voigt Profile Function: 7 (6), 627
See Shriner, John, F.
See Singh, Prabhakar P.


Thompson, William J.
Principal-value integrals by a simple and accurate finite-interval method: 12 (1), 94


Thompson, William J.
Recursive Algorithms: A Mixed Blessing: 10 (1), 25


Thompson, William J.
Three Fortran Systems for Desktop Computers: 11 (4), 370


Thornber, Nora S.
See Taylor, Edwin F.


Thorne, J. M.
See Gray, K. J.


Thornton, Ronald
See Sipson, Roger


Tietz, Jim
The Analog Connection Workbench 3.0, Strawberry Tree, Inc.: 4 (1), 106


Tildesley, D. J.
See Bowler, K. C.


Timlin, John
See Mihalisin, Ted


Tinker, Robert F.
Computer-Aided Student Investigations: 2 (1), 46


Tisone, Gary C.
See Wagner, John S.


Titus, Aaron
See Christian, Wolfgang


Titus, Aaron P., L. W. Martin, and Robert J. Beichner
Web-Based Testing in Physics Education: Methods and Opportunities: 12 (2), 117


Titus, Bill
See Kolan, Amy


Titus, Bill
Book review: Physical and Biological Systems, by Richard J. Gaylord and Paul R. Wellin: 10 (4), 351


Titus, Jonathan A.
Additional Data: 2 (2), 92


Tobochnik, Jan, George Batrouni, and Harvey Gould
Quantum Monte Carlo on a Lattice: 6 (6), 673


Tobochnik, Jan, Harvey Gould, and Keith Mulder
An Introduction to Quantum Monte Carlo: 4 (4), 431
See Gould, Harvey
See Reynolds, Peter J.


Tobochnik, Jan, and Harvey Gould
Lattice Simulations of Biological Membranes: 10 (6), 542
Quantifying Chaos: 3 (6), 86


Tobochnik, Jan
Efficient random walk algorithm for computing conductivity in continuum percolation systems: 4 (2), 181
See Gould, Harvey.
See Slanic, Zoran
Book review: Understanding Molecular Simulation, by Daan Frenkel and Berend Smit: 11 (4), 351


Tong, P. Y., and K. W. Yu
Multifractal scaling in a Sierpinski gasket: 6 (5), 478


Townley, L. R.
See Trefry, M. G.


Trahan, Michael W.
See Wagner, John S.


Tran Minh, N.
See de Izarra, C.


Transputers Lead Way To Parallel Processing: 2 (1), 10


Trappenberg, T.
See Moriarty, K. J. M.


Trappenberg, T.
See Moriarty, K J. M.


Trefry, M. G., and Townley, L. R.
Laplace flow near an ellipsoidal conductor: 12 (5), 503


Treinish, Lloyd A.
An interactive, discipline-independent data visualization system: 3 (4), 55


Treinish, Lloyd A.
See Campbell, William J.


Treinish, Lloyd A.
See Rogowitz, Bernice E.


Treinish, Lloyd A.
Visualizations Illuminate Disparate Data Sets in the Earth Sciences: 8 (6), 664

Trew, A. S.
See Bowler, K. C.


Truchard, James
Instrumentation Joins the PC Revolution: 12 (1), 5


Turner, Rick
Book review: Chaotic Dynamics--An Introduction, by G. L. Baker, and J. P. Gollub: 4 (5), 562


Tuszynski, Jaroslaw
See Ehrlich, Robert


Tuszynski, Jaroslaw
See MacDonald, William M.


Tyler, David W.
A Green's function for the calculation of density response in rare-gas volumetric thermal gratings: 10 (3), 299




UTop

Ulberg, Dima E.
Book review: The High Performance Fortran Handbook, by Charles H. Koelbel et al.: 8 (4), 428


University of Colorado Pitches Parallel Processing Center to NSF: 2 (5), 104


Upadhyay, Pramod K.
See Gadre, Dhananjay V.




VTop

Valencia, Heriberto
See Morales-Acevedo, Arturo


Valle, M. A.
See Aguirregabiria, J. M.


Vallee, O.
See de Izar


Van Albada, G. D.
See De Ronde, J. F.


Van Duzer, T.
See Ghoshal, Uttam


Van Haren, P. C. and F. Wijnoltz
The TRAMP Data-Acquisition System: 7 (6), 638


Van Haren, P. C.
The DOM4 Database System: 7 (6), 701


Van der Vorst, Henk
See Booten, Albert


VanOstenburg, D. O.
See Ratajack, Mark


Vannier, Michael W.
Computers In Computer Axial Tomography: 2 (5), 39


Varma, Vijaya S.
See Gadre, Dhananjay V.


Vasavada, K. V., and J. H. Freed
Application of Lanczos and conjugate gradient methods to a class of computational problems in physics: 3 (5), 61


Vasilyev, Oleg V., David A. Yuen, and Samuel Paolucci
Solving PDEs Using Wavelets: 11 (5), 429


Vattulainen, I., and Ala-Nissila, T.
Mission Impossible: Find a Random Pseudorandom Number Generator: 9 (5), 500


Velez, Samuel
See Huggins, Elisha


Vicsek, Tamas
See Family, Fereydoon


Vigo-Aguiar, Jesús, and José M. Ferrandíz
Higher-order variable-step algorithms adapted to the accurate numerical integration of perturbed oscillators: 12 (5), 467
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Villarreal, Alberto, and John A. Scales
Distributed three-dimensional finite-difference modeling of wave propagation

Visscher, P. B.
Discrete formulation of Maxwell equations: 3 (2), 42


Visscher, P. B., J. Dye, and Jen-Ho Fang
A hierarchical approach to stochastic simulation of correlated systems: 7 (2), 217


Visscher, P. B.
A fast explicit algorithm for the time-dependent Schrodinger equation: 5 (6), 596


Visscher, P. B.
The FFT: Fourier Transforming One Bit at a Time: 10 (5), 438


Vokos, Stamatis
See Taylor, Edwin F.


Vold, P.
See Johansen, G. A.


Voss, Howard G.
Computers abound at AAPT winter meeting: 7 (2), 124


Voyager 11 Uranus Images Captured on CD-ROM: 2 (1), 96


Vvedensky, Dimitri D.
See Haider, Maz




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Wagner, A.
See Korsch, H. J.


Wagner, John S., Michael W. Trahan, William E. Nelson, Gary C. Tisone, and Bryan L. Preppernau
How Intelligent Chemical Recognition Benefits From Multivariate Analysis and Genetic Optimization: 10 (2), 114

Walker, James S., and J. Gathright
A transfer-matrix approach to one-dimensional quantum mechanics using Mathematica: 6 (4), 393


Walker, P. J. and I. D. Johnston
Computer Model Clarifies Spontaneous Charge Redistribution in Conductors: 9 (1), 42


Wallace, D. J.
See Bowler, K.C.


Wallin, John F.
Distance Learning and the World Wide Web: 12 (4), 322


Walther, Sandra S.
See Peskin, Richard L.



Wampler, K. Dean, and Lawrence Wilets
On the numerical solution of the Hill-Wheeler equation: 2 (4), 53


Wampler, K. Dean
The object-oriented programming paradigm (OOPP) and FORTRAN programs: 4 (4), 385


Wang, J. B.
Time evolution and decay of an excited atom in a weak field: 10 (4), 400


Wang, Jing B., Paul C. Abbott, and Jim F. Williams
Visualizing atomic orbitals: 10 (1), 69


Wang, Zhiyue
See Stein, Alan D.


Ward, Robert C.
See Leuze, Michael R.


Washington, Warren M.
Initial Conditions: 2 (5), 90


Washington, Warren, and Thomas W. Bettge
Computer Simulation of the Greenhouse Effect: 4 (3), 240


Watson, Val
The Change in Critical Technologies for Computational Physics: 4 (4), 436


Weber, Stephen V., Frederick W. Holloway, and Lamar W. Coleman
Computers Aid Inertial Confinement Fusion Research: 2 (4), 46


Wegener, W., P. D'Hooghe and W. De Boeck
Data-acquisition and control system for the neutron time-of-flight spectrometer MIBEMOL: 7 (6), 714


Wei, Liqiang
A new formula for 9-j symbols and their direct calculation: 12 (6), 632


Weigert, Stefan
See Regez, Nicolas


Weiszmann, A. N.
Computer modeling in nonlinear optics: 4W-mixing theory: 5 (6), 591


Welch, Daniel W.
Imaging by convergent tiling: 4 (6), 645


Welch, L. C.
Programming style: An example: 2 (5), 65


Weller, H. G. , G. Tabor, H. Jasak, and C. Fureby
A tensorial approach to computational continuum mechanics using object-oriented techniques: 12 (6), 620


Wells, N. H., C. S. Burrus, G. E. Desobry, and A. L. Boyer
Three-dimensional Fourier convolution with an array processor: 4 (5), 507


Wenes, Geert
Book review: Projects in Scientific Computation, by Richard E. Crandall: 8 (5), 531
Book review: A Scientist's and Engineer's Guide to Workstations and Supercomputers, by Rubin H. Landau and Paul J. Fink, Jr.: 8 (1), 68


Weniger, Ernst Joachim
Computation of the Whittaker function of the second kind by summing its divergent asymptotic series with the help of nonlinear sequence transformations: 10 (5), 496


Wenzel, W.
See Steiner, M. M.


West, Thomas G.
Playing with Images -- A Return to Thinking in Pictures: 10 (5), 413


Westermann, Rüdiger
See Renz, Wolfgang


Westerveld, W. B.
Plotting of closed field lines with an application to coherently excited atoms: 3 (5), 74


Whalen, Barry
A Superconducting Optical Computer May Appear In The Near Future: 6 (6), 712


Wherrett, Brian S.
The Many Facets Of Optical Computing: 2 (2), 24


White, Richard L.
Book review: Solving Problems on Concurrent Processors, Vol. 1: General Techniques and Regular Problems, by G. Fox, M. Johnson, G. Lyzenga, S. Otto, J. Salmon, and D. Walker: 3 (1), 83


Whitton, Mary
Visualization for Sun Users: 5 (1), 40


Wijnoltz, F.
See van Haren, P. C.


Wilby, Mark R.
See Haider, Maz


Wilkins, J. W.
See Steiner, M. M.


Wilkinson, Ladye Kathryn, John E. Gastineau, Margaret H. Gjertsen, and John S. Risley
A Buyers' Guide to Microcomputer-Based Laboratory Equipment in Physics Education: 9 (2), 185
1995 Directory of Physics Courseware: 9 (1), 65


Wilkinson, Ladye Kathryn, John S. Risley, John E. Gastineau, Paula V. Engelhardt, and Scott F. Schultz
Graphs & Tracks Impresses as a Kinematic Teaching Tool: 8 (6), 696


William J. Thompson
How to Make a PC Talk with a Mac: 10 (4), 371
Uninterruptible Power Supply Delivers: 10 (6), 567


Williams, H. T., and Colin J. Wynne
A new algorithm for computation of SU3 Clebsch-Gordon coefficients: 8 (3), 355


Williams, H. T.
See Silbar, R. R.


Williams, Jim F.
See Wang, Jing B.


Williams, John Michael
Should We Be Collecting Garbage?: 9 (5), 479


Williams, S. A., M. L. Sawley, and D. Cobut
Distributed run-time visualization and solution steering of parallel flow simulations: 12 (6), 493


Willis, Courtney
See Sung, Ruwang


Wilson, Jack M., and Edward F. Redish
The Comprehensive Unified Physics Learning Environment: Part I. Background and System Operation: 6 (2), 202
The Comprehensive Unified Physics Learning Environment: Part II. The Basis for Integrated Studies: 6 (3), 282


Wilson, Jack M.
Computer Software Has Begun to Change Physics Education: 5 (6), 580


Wilson, Jack M.
See MacDonald, William M.


Wilson, Kenneth G.
See Steiner, M. M.


Windt, David L.
IMD--Software for modeling the optical properties of multilayer films: 12 (4), 360


Winograd, Joseph M. and James H. McClellan
How to Use a Computer-Algebra System for Reconstruction of Functions from Parallel-Line Projections: 9 (2),156


Wohn, Fred K.
See Petridis, Athanasios N.


Wolbers, Steve
See Rinaldo, Frank


Wolcott, Peter
See Goodman, Seymour E.


Wolf, Dieter
See Phillpot, S.


Wolf, Robert P.
Book review: A First Course in Computational Physics, by Paul L. DeVries: 8 (2), 178


Wolff, Robert S.
Visualization In The Eye Of The Scientist: 2 (3), 28


Wolff, Robert S.
Engineering Paradigm Shifts: 4 (2), 208
Exploratory Visualization--The "War" on Data Glut: 4 (5), 536
Navigating Through Multi-Dimensional Data Sets: Dynamical User Interface: 4 (6), 650
Report from NCGA Conference: 4 (3), 225
The Macintosh Scientific Computing Environment: 4 (4), 348
Visualization 101: A Tour Guide of Basic Concepts: 4 (3), 260


Wolff, Robert S.
Multimedia in the Classroom and the Laboratory: 7 (4), 426


Wolff, Robert S.
Sounding Out Images: 6 (3), 287
Volume Visualization I: Basic Concepts and Applications: 6 (4), 421
Volume Visualization II: Ray-Tracing of Volume Data: 6 (6), 692


Wolff, Robert S.
Visualization as a Tool for Physics Education: 5 (3), 278


Wolff, Robert S.
Visualization of Floating Point Data: You Don't Always Get What You See: 5 (3), 339


Wolff, Robert S.
Volume Visualization III: Polygonally Based Volume Rendering: 7 (2), 158


Wolpert, Seth
Book review: Artificial Minds, by Stan Franklin: 11 (3), 258
Book review: Neural Networks in Pattern Recognition and Their Applications, by C. H. Chen: 7 (3), 288


Wolynes, Peter G.
Will Computer Design Become a Matter of Evolution?: 6 (3), 296


Wong, Michael, K. W., Kent G. Budge, James S. Peery, and Allen C. Robinson
Object-Oriented Numerics: A Paradigm for Numerical Object-Oriented Programming: 7 (6), 655


Worlton, Jack
Computational Physics Then and Now: A Cautionary View: 10 (4), 309


Wright, Jon
See Rouhi, Ali


Wu, Chwan-Hwa John
See Li, Chihwen Chris


Wu-Wei Liu, Stanley
Book review: Concrete Mathematics: A Foundation for Computer Science, by Ronald L. Graham, Donald E. Knuth, and Oren Patashnik: 3 (5), 106


Wynne, Colin J.
See Williams, H. T.




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Xu, Lingyu
See Gekelman, Walter




YTop

Yalcinkaya, Tolga, and Ying-Cheng Lai
Chaotic Scattering: 9 (5), 511


Yamazaki, M., and Y. Murai
Simulation of an antiferromagnet by microcomputer: 4 (2), 173


Yang, T.-Y.
See Dubois, Paul F.


Yeh, Mei-Ling, Jeongnim Kim, and Furrukh S. Khan
Parallel decomposition of the tight-binding fictitious Lagrangian algorithm for molecular dynamics simulations of semiconductors: 9 (1), 108


Yehudai, Eran
See Hsieh, Alexander


Yeomans, Julia M., and Bruce M. Boghosian
Conference Spotlights Advanced Fluid-Simulation Techniques: 12 (6), 522


Yeung, Y. Y.
See Chang, Y. M.


Ying, Xuantong
See McClain, Marjorie

Yoshiki, Kano
See Yoshiyuki, Usami


Yoshiyuki, Usami, Kano Yoshiki, and Kitaoka Masatoshi
Solving the Traveling-Salesman Problem by a Statistical-Physics Method: 10 (6), 525

Younan, Nicolas H., and William G. Frazier
A statistic filter routine: 4 (6), 615


Young, Richard
Electric-Field Mapping Revisited: 12 (5), 432


Young, Robert D.
See Martin, Richard F. Jr.


Youssef, S.
See Corden, M. J.


Ytreberg, F. Marty
Book review: C++: The Complete Reference, Second Edition, by Herbert Schildt: 10 (6), 549


Yu, K. W.
See Tong P. Y.


Yu, K. W.
Quantum transmission in periodic potentials: A transfer matrix approach: 4 (2), 176


Yu, K. W.
Symbolic simulation of nonlinear random resistor networks by MATHEMATICA: 8 (6), 735


Yu, K. W.
Variational solution of electrostatic boundary-value problems of nonlinear media: 10 (3), 284


Yuen, David A.
See Alda, Witold
See Vasilyev, Oleg V.




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Zabusky, Norman J.
See Bitz, Francois, J.


Zabusky, Norman J.
See Fernandez, Victor M.


Zachary, Joseph L.
Book review: Atlas for Computing Mathematical Functions, by William J. Thompson: 12 (3), 254


Zadunaisky, P. E.
See Brunni, A.


Zafra-López, F.
See Martínez-Jiménez, P.


Zaman, Arif
See Marsaglia, George


Zammit, Ronald E., and Bahman Taheri
A simple SCSI bus interface for 8 bit data transfers: 3 (1), 77


Zarins, Christopher K.
See Taylor, Charles A.


Zehyer, Allen
Cray enters MPP world with T3D: 7 (2), 120
Adaptive mesh yields discoveries in black hole studies: 7 (2), 122
Numerical tokamaks illuminate plasma physics: 7 (3), 256
Simulated materials reveal microfractures: 7 (4), 382
CFD tools expand flow analysis horizons: 7 (5), 486


Zeyher, Allen
Massive Parallelism Supports Lattice QCD Calculations: 6 (1), 7
Minimal Principle Facilitates Structure Determination of Large Molecule: 6 (3), 223
Object-Oriented Modeling Guides SSC DAQ Designers: 6 (5), 439
Software Deciphers Echoes of the Big Bang: 6 (6), 565


Zeyher, Allen
Gravitational Chaos May Suggest Cosmic Structure Formation: 8 (4), 377
Optical Packages Look for Global Minima: 8 (2), 137
Pattern Formation Studies Combine Computation and Experiment: 8 (1), 10
Weather Models Advance by Adding Physics: 8 (6), 627

Zeyher, Allen
Chaos in the Classroom: 5 (1), 9
Cray Constructs Powerful Chemistry: 5 (4), 369
Simulating the Very Early Universe: 5 (2), 135
Solar Simulations Point to Sonic Shock Waves: 5 (6), 559


Zheng, Yibin, and Peter C. Doerschuk
Symbolic symmetry verification for harmonic functions invariant under polyhedral symmetries: 9 (4), 433


Ziff, Robert M.
See Sander, Evelyn



Ziff, Robert M
Four-tap shift-register-seuence random-number generators: 12 (4), 385


Zimmerman, George B.
See Still, Charles H.


Zollman, Dean A.
See Chaudhury, S. Raj

See Dengler, Roman
See Rebello, N. Sanjay


Zollman, Dean, and Kevin Zollman
Creating a Simple, Searchable Database on the Web: 11 (3) 225
Interactive Forms on the Web:  11 (1), 17
Posting Physics Documents on the Web: 11 (2), 133


Zollman, Kevin
See Zollman, Dean A.


Zollner, Stefan
Selecting an Operating System, Part 1: OS/2 2.X: 8 (2), 152


Zuev, V. V., A. A. Mitsel, M. Yu. Kataev, I. V. Ptashnik, and K. M. Firsov
Computer code long path method for long path differential-absorption predictions using CO2 laser lines: 9 (6), 649


Zukas, J. A., J. R. Furlong, and S. B. Segletes
Hydrocodes Support Visualization of Shock-Wave Phenomena: 6 (2), 146


Zypman, Fredy R.
Symbolic Programming Helps to Teach Debye-Sherrer Diffraction: 7 (1), 22




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