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Index to Volume 9, 1995
NEWS
COMMENT
INTERVIEW
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
SPECIAL FEATURES
INTERNET CORNER
ELECTRONIC AIP
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS
PRACTICAL NUMERICAL ALGORITHMS
CIP ONLINE
COMPUTERS IN PHYSICS EDUCATION
COMPUTER SIMULATIONS
BOOK REVIEWS
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMMING
PRACTICAL VISUALIZATION
PRODUCT REVIEWS
PEER-REVIEWED PAPERS



NEWS

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


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


Daukantas, Patricia
Computer Show Targets Plasma Physicists: 9 (5), 478
'Reversed Shear' Heats Up Plasma Physics: 9 (6), 575
SC '95 Highlights Web, Applications: 9 (5), 475
Supercomputer Centers Face Uncertain Future: 9 (6), 578


Holmes, Lewis M.
PC '95 Offers Computational Perspective: 9 (5), 477
SC'94 Spotlights High-Performance Computing: 9 (1), 11
Teachers Learn about Computers in Physics Education: 9 (2), 131
Klimenko, Stanislav V., Russians Form Center of Computing for Physics and Technology:
9 (1), 16


Shearin, Rhonda
Forest Researchers Look for Computer Solutions: 9 (1), 16
Submission Deadline for PC '95 Nears: 9 (1), 17
Educational Programs Take Advantage of Computing Techniques: 9 (2), 133


COMMENT Top of Page

Creutz, Michael
How Computational Physics is Uniting Science and Revolutionizing Society: 9 (3), 247


Preppernau, Bryan L.
Keeping Our Scientific Voice in the Computer Industry: 9 (5), 471


Ricart, Glenn
Scholarly Publishing Faces Cultural Challenge: 9 (4), 351


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


Sinervo, Pekka K.
Remember That the Internet Is a Science Resource!: 9 (2), 127


Sipson, Roger, and Ronald Thornton
Computers Bring New Opportunity to Science Education: 9 (6), 571


Thornton, Ronald
See Sipson, Roger


INTERVIEW Top of Page

Frances E. Allen
Mathematician Compiles Enviable Record in Industrial R&D, by David I. Lewin: 9 (2), 128

Donald Knuth
Computer Scientist Addresses Grand Themes, by David I. Lewin: 9 (3), 248

Cleve Moler
Math Professor Turns Classroom Program into Successful Business, by David I. Lewin: 9 (1), 8


Nathan Myhrvold
Physicist Oversees Research for Software Giant, by David I. Lewin: 9 (5), 472


Clifford Stoll
Born-Again Internet Gadfly Takes on Computational Physics, by David I. Lewin: 9 (4), 352


Kenneth Wilson
Nobel Laureate Espouses Physics, Education, and Breadth of Knowledge: 9 (6), 572


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Top of Page

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


Williams, John Michael
Should We Be Collecting Garbage?: 9 (5), 479


SPECIAL FEATURES Top of Page

Barnes, Joseph
See Wilkinson, Ladye Kathryn


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


Gastineau, John E.
See Wilkinson, Ladye Kathryn


Gjertsen, Margaret H.
See Wilkinson, Ladye Kathryn


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


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


Risley, John S.
See Wilkinson, Ladye Kathryn


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


INTERNET CORNER Top of Page

Ricart, Glenn
A Night at the Movies: 9 (1), 19
Prevention and Prudent Precautions: Computing Security on the Internet: 9 (3), 254
The Scholarly Information Web: 9 (4), 360
Using Up the Internet: 9 (6), 581
What's in a Name?: 9 (2), 135


ELECTRONIC AIP Top of Page

Johnson, F. Scott
See Judd, Peggy


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


CIP ONLINE Top of Page

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
More Offered from CIP's Home Page: 9 (5), 481
More Product Information by Telnet and the World Wide Web: 9 (2), 138
Web Site Update: 9 (6), 583


EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS Top of Page

Balluder, Karsten
See Scales, John A.


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


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


Matey, James R.
See Forrest, Gary, and Jones, Eric D.


McKinney, Scott
See Forrest, Gary


Preppernau, Bryan L.
See Jones, Eric D.


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


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


Silbar, Richard R.
See Redman, James M.


Smith, Martin L.
See Scales, John A.


Stein, P. G.
See Jones, Eric D.


PRACTICAL NUMERICAL ALGORITHMS Top of Page

Ala-Nissila, T.
See Vattulainen, I.


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


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


Ji, Chueng-Ryong
See Pang, Alex


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


Petzold, Linda R.
See Hindmarsh, Alan C.


Sidhu, Satinder S.
Elliptic Integrals and Functions: 9 (3), 268


Vattulainen, I., and Ala-Nissila, T.
Mission Impossible: Find a Random Pseudorandom Number Generator: 9 (5), 500


COMPUTERS IN PHYSICS EDUCATION Top of Page

Acacio de Barros, J.
See Ravaglia, Raymond


Ambrosini, Roberto
See Caporaloni, Marina


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


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


Donnelly, Denis
CIP's Sixth Annual Software Contest: The Winners: 9 (6), 594


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


Kincanon, Eric
See Byrne, John


McClellan, James H.
See Winograd, Joseph M.


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


Suppes, Patrick
See Ravaglia, Raymond


Walker, P. J. and I. D. Johnston
Computer Model Clarifies Spontaneous Charge Redistribution in Conductors: 9 (1), 42


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


COMPUTER SIMULATIONS Top of Page

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


Cipra, Barry
See Kolan, Amy


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


Jayaprakash, C.
See Grinstein, G.


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


Lai, Ying-Cheng
See Yalcinkaya, Tolga


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


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


Titus, Bill
See Kolan, Amy


Yalcinkaya, Tolga, and Ying-Cheng Lai
Chaotic Scattering: 9 (5), 511


BOOK REVIEWS Top of Page

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


McKay, Susan
Biology and Computation: A Physicist's Choice, ed. by H. Gutfreund and G. Toulouse
Computational Ocean Acoustics, F. B. Jensen, W. A. Kuperman, M. B. Porter, and H. Schmidt
Machines That Learn: Based on the Principles of Empirical Control, Robert Alan Brown
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
Numerical Methods and Scientific Computing: Using Software Libraries for Problem Solving,
Norbert Kockler
Oceanography and Acoustics: Prediction and Propagation Models, ed. by Allan R. Robinson and
Ding Lee: 9 (1), 54


Mallinckrodt, A. John
Cellular Automata and Complexity, Stephen Wolfram
Computational Geometry in C, Joseph O'Rourke
Everybody's Guide to the Internet, Adam Gaffin
Numerical Methods for Physics, Alejandro L. Garcia
Stereo Computer Graphics and Other True 3D Technologies, ed. by David F. McAIlister:
9(1), 54
Thinking in Complexity: The Complex Dynamics of Matter, Mind, and Mankind, Klaus Mainzer:
9 (4), 398


Matey, James
PC Hardware Configuration Guide for DOS and Solaris, Ron Ledesma: 9 (3), 287


Novotny, Mark
PVM--Parallel Virtual Machine: A Users' Guide and Tutorial for Networked Parallel Computing:
9 (6), 607


Stanley, H. Eugene
Statistical Physics of Macromolecules, Alexander Yu. Grosberg and Alexei R. Khokhlov:
9 (2), 171


SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMMING Top of Page

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


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


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


Dubois, Paul F.
See Brown, Stewart A.


Gladden, L. F.
See Alexander, P.


Kennel, Matthew
See Stoutamire, David


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


Lind, Kevin R.
See Koniges, Alice E.


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


Stoutamire, David, and Matthew Kennel
Sather Revisited: A High-Performance Free Alternative to C++: 9 (5), 519


PRACTICAL VISUALIZATION Top of Page

Bryson, Steve
The Data Glut Revisited: 9 (5), 525
Exploratory Visualization I: Real-Time Interaction: 9 (6), 616
How Can We Make Visualization More Useful to the Working Scientist?: 9 (2),178


Delmarcelle, Thierry
See Hesselink, Lambertus


Helman, James L.
See Hesselink, Lambertus


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


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


PRODUCT REVIEWS Top of Page

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


Thompson, William J.
Mac Clones: Power Computing for Frugal Physicists: 9 (6), 622


Gastineau, John E.
Quantum Mechanics Simulations Excels as an Educational Tool: 9 (3), 312
Three Ray-Optics Programs Support Varied Instructional Uses: 9 (5), 531


PEER-REVIEWED PAPERS Top of Page

Abbott, Paul C.
See Rowe, Alistair C. H.


Au, Yuklun
See Holmes, Mark H.


Baumgardner, John R.
See Bunge, HansPeter


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


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


Castellvi, P., X. Jaen, and E. Llanta
Symbolic tensor calculus using index notation: 9 (3), 335


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


Creamer, Dennis B.
See Cole, James B.


Decyk, V. K.
See Lyster, P. M.


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


Doerschuk, Peter C.
See Zheng, Yibin


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


Horowitz, C. J.
See Melendez, W.


Jaen, X.
See Castellvi, P.


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


Khaddaj, Souheil A.
See Haider, Maz


Khan, Furrukh S.
See Yeh, Mei-Ling


Kim, Jeongnim
See Yeh, Mei-Ling


Krutar, Rudolph A.
See Cole, James B.


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


Llanta, E.
See Castellvi, P.


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


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


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


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


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


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


Numrich, Susan K.
See Cole, James B.


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


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


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


Picart, J.
See de Izarra, C.


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


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


Solomon, C. J.
See Haney, S. W.


Stayman, J. W.
See Holmes, Mark H.


Stott, Jonathan
See Phillies, George D. J.


Tran Minh, N.
See de Izarra, C.


Trappenberg, T.
See Moriarty, K J. M.


Vallee, O.
See de Izar


Vvedensky, Dimitri D.
See Haider, Maz


Wilby, Mark R.
See Haider, Maz


Wohn, Fred K.
See Petridis, Athanasios N.


Wright, Jon
See Rouhi, Ali


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


Zheng, Yibin, and Peter C. Doerschuk
Symbolic symmetry verification for harmonic functions invariant under polyhedral symmetries:
9 (4), 433


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




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