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  1. Introduction to Computational Science: Modeling and Simulation for the Sciences by Angela B. Shiflet, 2006-05-02
  2. Python Scripting for Computational Science (Texts in Computational Science and Engineering) by Hans Petter Langtangen, 2008-02-06
  3. Computational Colour Science using MATLAB by Stephen Westland, Caterina Ripamonti, 2004-04-30
  4. Handbook of Mathematics and Computational Science by J. Harris, Horst Stocker, et all 1998-07-23
  5. Computational and Mathematical Modeling in the Social Sciences by Scott de Marchi, 2005-08-22
  6. Agent-Based Computational Modelling: Applications in Demography, Social, Economic and Environmental Sciences (Contributions to Economics)
  7. Generative Social Science: Studies in Agent-Based Computational Modeling (Princeton Studies in Complexity) by Joshua M. Epstein, 2007-01-08
  8. Computational Science and Engineering by Gilbert Strang, 2007-11-01
  9. Computational Methods for Multiphase Flows in Porous Media (Computational Science and Engineering) by Zhangxin Chen, Guanren Huan, et all 2006-03-30
  10. Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations on Parallel Computers (Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering)
  11. Verification and Validation in Computational Science and Engineering by Patrick J. Roache, 1998-08-07
  12. Combustion Science and Engineering (Crc Series in Computational Mechanics and Applied Analysis) by Kalyan Annamalai, Ishwar K. Puri, 2006-12-19
  13. Meshfree Methods for Partial Differential Equations II (Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering)
  14. Computational Science (Mathematics) by D. Kiryanov, E. Kiryanova, 2006-09-15

1. Computational Science
Essays on computational physics and modelling magnetic material. Software for simulating the BelousovZhabotinsky chemical reaction and for solving the travelling salesman problem.
Computational Science Humans think arithmeticly, but God thinks logarithmicly.
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Computational science is different from computer science. The latter is the science of computation (e.g., the invention of efficient search and sort algorithms, techniques of parallel processing, etc.). The former is the use primarily of computation, rather than of theorizing or experimentation, to attain scientific knowledge. Computational science has been made possible by the development of high-speed computers, and is still at an early stage of development.
  • Five Cellular Automata , software which allows exploration of several cellular automata: (a) A generalization of Conway's Life, called q-state Life
    (b) A simulation of the Belousov-Zhabotinsky chemical reaction in which, beginning from a random state of the system, spirals and curlicues emerge spontaneously.
    (c) A process called Togetherness in which colored cells, starting from a random distribution, rearrange themselves so as to form clusters of cells of the same color.
    (d) A simulation of the population dynamics of dividing cells subject to viral infection

2. IEEE Computational Science Engineering
IEEE computational science Engineering Physics, medicine, astronomy these and other hard sciences share a common need for efficient algorithms, system software, and computer architecture to

3. Bachelor Of Computational Science

4. Careers In Applied Mathematics Computational Sciences
Careers in applied mathematics computational sciences This electronic document offers the online version of a booklet of the same name produced by the Society for Industrial and Applied

5. NASA : Computational Sciences Division
News, publications, research areas, projects and highlights, contractors, and contact information.
Skip header Home Organization News/Events ... Software Type Size: A A A A ...
A system that 'speaks' the mind

NASA scientists have begun to computerize human, silent reading using nerve signals....
ISS Engineering Decision Support

SimStation provides a comprehensive view of the dynamic space vehicle....
Software assists flight safety programs

ADIS gives flight safety analysts access to weather data previously unavailable to them....
A smart approach

The Intelligent Flight Control (IFC) system automatically adjusts an airplane's flight controls to ...
Space Suits and All

What skills, technologies and work systems are needed for a human mission to Mars?... A Hands-Free System on Mars Geologists use the Mobile Agents system to automatically gather, record and send data.... Model-Based Hazard Analysis Tool is now able to detect and report inappropriate diagnoses.... CAS MER Mission Support Read the latest about our collaborative work technologies in use at mission control at JPL.... ARA MER Mission support Read about our science activity planning and Mars terrain visualization tools in use at JPL.... Evolved Antenna for ST5 The mission is funding fabrication and testing. Flight qualification tests are to begin next month....

6. Buy Recent Advances In Computational Science And Engineering By
Recent Advances in computational science and Engineering by H.PLee in Paperback. ISBN 1860943454. ICSEC 2002 serves as a forum for engineers and scientists who are involved in the use of high

7. DOE Document - Education In Computational Science Role Of The
The National Laboratories operated by the US Department of Energy have, since their very beginning, been at the forefront of research in computational science.^Computational physics is at the core

8. A Scientific Basis For Computational Science
A Scientific Basis for computational science computational science is a productive intellectual activity. It produces highly useful computer programs that require much creativity and ingenuity to

9. Overview Of Computational Science
Overview of computational science Introduction computational science is about using computers to analyze scientific problems. It is distinct from computer science, which is the study of computers

10. OV Overview Of Computational Science
OV Overview of computational science Introduction computational science is about using computers to analyze scientific problems. It is distinct from computer science, which is the study of

Artificial Intelligence, natural language, Lisp and Java in AI. computational sciences Division, NASA Ames Research Center. This site contains technical papers, essays, reports, software, presentations, and other materials by Peter Norvig. Top Dozen Links on Gettysburg Powerpoint Presentation and its making (slides)
AI: A Modern Approach
(book) and AI on the Web (links)
World's Longest Palindrome
(for 20:02 02/20 2002)
Learn Programming in 21 Days?
Design Patterns in Dynamic Languages
Paradigms of AI Programming
(book) with code
Java IAQ
and Python IAQ (FAQs)
#8 Lisp compared to Python Java , and itself in 1991
for Intro AI programming in Python and Lisp
Lisp: Where Do We Come From?
and Tutorial (slides)
Beal's Conjecture
(software, math) JScheme: Scheme in Java (software) Artificial Intelligence Books AI: A Modern Approach Outstanding ... will deservedly dominate the field for some time - Nils Nilsson Amazon Paradigms of AI Programming Possibly the best hardcore programming book ever. - Gareth McCaughan Amazon Verbmobil: Translation for Face-to-Face Dialog Amazon Intelligent Help Systems for Unix ... Amazon Free Open Source Software Lisp for Paradigms of AI Programming Code in Python and Lisp for AI: A Modern Approach Beal's Conjecture JScheme: Scheme in Java Pugdom , a game by Juliet Norvig (age 6) LTD: Converting Lisp to Dylan Etc.

12. Computational Science Highlights
computational science Highlights This multimedia collection contains descriptions of some of the 10 000 scientific research projects that have used the resources of National Science Foundation

13. Mathematical & Computational Sciences Division
MultiLaboratory Projects. CTCMS NIST Center for Theoretical and Computational Materials Science. CTCMS-ALCOM Liquid Crystal/Polymer Working Group.
About MCSD The Mathematical and Computational Sciences Division, of NIST 's Information Technology Laboratory , provides technical leadership in modern analytical and computational methods for solving scientific problems of interest to American industry. What MCSD does MCSD's organization Mathematical Modeling Group Mathematical Software Group MCSD's Staff
Reports Summary of Division Activities 2002-03 On-line Access to Selected Staff Publications Numerical Evaluation of Special Functions
Search ITL Webspace Search NIST Webspace
Services MCSD Seminar Series Software Developed by Division Staff Guide to Available Mathematical Software Matrix Market ... SIAM Activity Group on Orthogonal Polynomials and Special Functions
Current Projects AlgoCEM Time-Domain Algorithms for Computational Electromagnetics DLMF Digital Library of Mathematical Functions IMPI Interoperable Message Passing Interface OOMMF Object-Oriented MicroMagnetic computing Framework OOF Object-Oriented Finite Element Modeling of Material Microstructures PHAML Parallel Adaptive Multigrid Methods and Software SciVis Scientific Visualization Sparse BLAS Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms TNT Template Numerical Toolkit for C++
Past Projects JazzNet Personal Supercomputing on PC Clusters Reflectance Computer Graphic Rendering of Material Surfaces
Multi-Laboratory Projects CTCMS NIST Center for Theoretical and Computational Materials Science CTCMS-ALCOM Liquid Crystal/Polymer Working Group

14. The Directory Of Computing Science Journals
The Directory of Computing Science Journals. Now Computing; IEEE computational science and Engineering; IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications;
The Directory of Computing Science Journals
Now 522 journals, with 414 publisher's title pages, 226 tables of contents, 65 abstracts directories, 112 home pages, 159 bibliographies, 16 full-text archives and on-line journals, and other information.
Index of Title Words
ACM AI AMS APL ... Autonomous
BIT Behavior Behavioral Behaviour ... Byte
C C++ CALGO CSCW ... Cybernetics
Data Database Databases Decision ... Dynamics
EDI Edge Edition Education ... Expert
Factors Fields Finite Formal ... Fuzzy
General Generation GeoInformatica Geographical ... Group
Harmonic Heuristics High History ... Hypermedia
Japan Java JavaSpektrum
Knowledge Knowledge-Based
LISP Language Languages Large ... Logics
Machine Machines Magazine Maintenance ... Music
National Natural Network Networking ... Numerical
OOPS Object Object-Oriented Objekt ... Outlook
PC Parallel Pattern Performance ... Pure
Quad Quality Quantitative Quarterly ... Quote
Random Rapid Real-Time Reasoning ... Robots
T Technical Techniques Technologies ... Tutoring
Ulam Uncertainty Understanding Universal ... User-Adapted
VLDB VLSI Verification Very ... Visualization
Web Wide Window Wireless ... World
Alphabetical Journal List

15. American Chemical Society Publications: Journal Of Chemical Information And Comp
Computing in Science Engineering It covers computational science and engineering research for a broad range of technical fields (see our FAQ for more information about this title).
Submit your manuscript at the speed of chemistry with the new ACS Paragon System.
Volume 44 Issue 3 (May 24, 2004)
Associate Editors
CHEMICAL INFORMATION Structure Elucidator: A Versatile Expert System for Molecular Structure Elucidation from 1D and 2D NMR Data and Molecular Fragments
Mikhail E. Elyashberg, Kirill A. Blinov, Antony J. Williams, Sergey G. Molodtsov, Gary E. Martin, and Eduard R. Martirosian
pp 771 - 792; (Article) DOI: Abstract Full: HTML PDF
CHEMICAL COMPUTATION Virtual Screening Using Protein-Ligand Docking: Avoiding Artificial Enrichment
Marcel L. Verdonk, Valerio Berdini, Michael J. Hartshorn, Wijnand T. M. Mooij, Christopher W. Murray, Richard D. Taylor, and Paul Watson
pp 793 - 806; (Article) DOI: Abstract Full: HTML PDF Comparing the Quality and Predictiveness between 3D QSAR Models Obtained from Manual and Automated Alignment
pp 807 - 816; (Article) DOI: Abstract Full: HTML PDF Statistically Based Reduced Representation of Amino Acid Side Chains Jan K. Rainey and M. Cynthia Goh pp 817 - 830;

16. Applied Computational Research Society Home Page
Nonprofit organization fostering interdisciplinary approaches to modeling and simulation in the advancement of computational science and high technology. Focused on nanoscience and MEMS applications.
Subscribe to the ACRS mailing list: Email: Background: Select field Biology Chemistry Computer Sciences Law Materials Mathematics Medical MEMS Pharmaceutical Physics Semiconductors
2005 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show
Nanotech 2005
May 8-12, 2005
Anaheim, California, U.S.A.
Nanotech Research Program

17. Welcome To MCS
by providing intellectual and technical leadership in the computing sciences computer science, applied computational mathematics, and computational science.
Mathematics and Computer Science Division
Research in the MCS Division at Argonne National Laboratory is funded principally by the Mathematical, Information, and Computational Sciences Division Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research Office of Science of the U.S. Department of Energy Our mission is to increase scientific productivity in the 21st century by providing intellectual and technical leadership in the computing sciences computer science, applied computational mathematics, and computational science. Open Positions MCS and the UofChicago/Argonne National Laboratory Computation Institute have a variety of positions open for predoctoral and postdoctoral researchers, scientific programmers, graduate students, and undergraduates. Students should also check our Student Opportunities Web site. What's New The 4th Access Grid™ (AG) Retreat will be held June 9-11 in Toronto, Canada. This year’s meeting will be hosted by Ryerson University in their Rogers Communication Center, an ideal venue for collaboration and interaction. The AG Retreats provide an interactive forum for Access Grid community – including developers, node operators, and users - to share recent experiences and research findings, to present ideas for future AG technical directions, and to train and educate AG newcomers. Participants receive updates on topics ranging from AG collaboration experiences to node installation and troubleshooting to AG development directions. The AG Retreats are critical to the continued development, utility, and improvement of AG.

18. Mathematics, Statistics And Computational Science At NIST
Gateway to organizations and services related to applied mathematics, statistics, and computational science at the National Institute of Standards and
Math, Statistics, and Computational Science
This server provides information about activities and services at NIST related to applied mathematics, statistics, and computational science.
Guide to Available Mathematical Software
An extensive cross-index and virtual repository of mathematical and statistical software. The Matrix Market
A repository of matrix data for comparative studies of numerical linear algebra algorithms. NIST/SEMATECH Engineering Statistics Handbook
A Handbook to help scientists and engineers incorporate statistical methods in their work as efficiently as possible. Statistical Reference Datasets
A repository of data sets with certified results for objective evaluation of statistical software. JavaNumerics
A focal point for numerical computing in Java. Transactions on Mathematical Software
A research journal dedicated to communications concerning mathematical computer programs. Atomic Reference Data for Electronic Structure
Energies and orbital eigenvalues for various atoms computed by density functional theory. Developed by the NIST Physics Laboratory.
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19. CISD Home
Focused on battlefield communications and networks, data fusion and knowledge management, battlespace weather and environmental effects, and computational science and engineering.
Computational and Information Sciences Directorate
Dr. James Gantt
Director (Acting) Corporate Information Officer (Acting)
Site last updated 21 September 2001 Point of Contact - Webmaster

20. The National Computational Science Institute
Trains faculty of primarily undergraduate and minority serving institutions in the use of computational science, particularly as it applies to inquiry based learning in introductory undergraduate classes.
Summer Workshop Information
Meet the NCSI Team
On-line Press Packets
The Shodor Education Foundation announces the creation of The National Computational Science Institute (NCSI). NCSI expands the already popular regional workshops known as the Shodor Computational Science Institute (SCSI). At over 18 partner sites across the country, NCSI introduces the hands-on use of computational science, numerical models, and data visualization tools across the curriculum. The National Science Foundation has awarded a three-year, $2.75M grant (Award Number: DUE-0127488) enabling NCSI to offer a national set of in-person, video-conferenced, and web-accessible workshops, seminars, and support activities. The initial target audience for NCSI are teams of faculty from predominantly undergraduate institutions (PUI's), minority serving institutions (MSI's), and community colleges whose students are either the next generation of scientists and engineers, the next generation of K-12 teachers, or both. With supplemental funding, NCSI plans to offer computational science workshops and sponsor educational activities for in-service teachers, business and government leaders, and the general public. NCSI participants then assist others on their own campuses and at neighboring institutions to introduce computational science in their own classes. NCSI proceeds along three synergistic but distinct routes that can be modeled as PULL, PUSH, and PERMEATE

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