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November/December 98

November/December 1998 Table of Contents


Volume 12, Number 6

TRENDS AND VIEWPOINT
515 FROM THE EDITOR
Segue to the Future
516 COMMENT
New Magazine Expands AIP's Computers in Physics and IEEE Computational Science & Engineering
George Cybenko & Lewis M. Holmes
518 INTERVIEW
Gordon Moore: The Accidental Entepreneur
David I. Lewin
520 NEWS
Amorphous Computing; Conference Reviews: Advanced Fluid Simulation, CCP 1998; Scientific Simulation Initiative; Ten Years Ago: Nov/Dec 1988
528 LETTER TO THE EDITOR
629 FROM THE CIP JOURNAL SECTION  
652 ANNUAL INDEX: VOLUME 12
656 INTERACTIVE READER SERVICE
GUIDE TO THE INTERNET
530 WEB MECHANICS
Using Web Technology in Undergraduate Research
E. P. Esteban & F. J. Agosto
535 CIP WEBSITE
CIP Website Supports CiSE Subscribers
536 The Center for Research on Parallel Computation Mark Becker
INTERNET GOLDMINE
EDUCATION AND RESEARCH
538 FEATURE: MATERIALS SIMULATION
Spanning the Length Scales in Dynamic Simulation
Farid F. Abraham, Jeremy Q. Broughton, Noam Bernstein, & Efthimios Kaxiras
PDF Version
547 LABORATORY APPLICATIONS
New Directions and Old: A Farewell to Computers in Physics
James R. Matey
548 ALGORITHMS & APPLICATIONS
Solution of Multiscale Partial Differential Equations Using Wavelets
Stefan Goedecker & Oleg Ivanov
556 FEATURE: SOFTWARE CONTEST AWARDS
CIP's Ninth Annual Software Contest: The Winners
Denis Donnelly
565 COMPUTER SIMULATIONS
Introduction to the Bethe Ansatz II
Michael Karbach, Kun Hu, & Gerhard MÜller
574 BOOK REVIEWS
The Genesis of Simulation in Dynamics: Pursuing the Fermi-Pasta-Ulam Problem, Thomas P. Weissert;
Lattice-Gas Cellular Automata: Simple Models of Complex Hydrodynamics, Daniel H. Rothman and Stéphane Zaleski
Steven H. Strogatz & Adam C. Powell IV
TECHNIQUES AND TECHNOLOGY
577 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMMING
Shared-Memory Programming with OpenMP
Charles H. Still, Steven H. Langer, W. Edward Alley & George B. Zimmerman
585 PRACTICAL VISUALIZATION
How Visualization Can Lead Us Astray
Steve Bryson
588 PRODUCT REVIEW Scientific and Graphing Calculators
William Lichten & Donald L. Shirer
591 NEW PRODUCTS
PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL SECTION
594 Guidelines for Submissions
595 Complex fluid-dynamical phenomena modeled by large-scale molecular-dynamics simulations
Witold Alda, Witold Dzwinel, Jacek Kitowski, Jacek Moscinski, Marek Pogoda, & David A. Yuen
http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.168741
601 Using Java for scientific programming and electromgnetics
Jared Martin, Lyle N. Long, & kevin M. Morooney
http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.168742
608 Mathematica package for analysis and control of chaos in nonlinear systems
José Manuel Gutiérrez & Andrés Iglesias
http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.168743
620 A tensorial approach to computational continuum mechanics using object-oriented techniques
H. G. Weller, G. Tabor, H. Jasak, & C. Fureby
http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.168744
632 New formula for 9-j symbols and their direct calculation
Liqiang Wei
http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.168745
635 Explicit sixth-order Bessel and Neumann fitted method for the numerical solution of the Schrödinger equation
T. E. Simos
http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.168746
641 New approach for simulating chain conformations in dense polymers using fully populated lattice models
Jaydeep A. Kulkarni & Antony N. Beris
http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.168747



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