Computer Applications - PH 316 Spring, 2005 |
Fourier series |
Special methods of programming computers to obtain numerical solutions to a wide range of problems. Includes simulation, graphing techniques, visualization and Web page creation. Prerequisites: PH 203 and some experience in programming. Syllabus. Class List. Bottom of page.
Instructor: David Renneke, phrenneke@augustana.edu.
The programming language in this course is TrueBASIC Bronze for Windows. Students purchase the software and install it on their own computer via the included CD. | ||
The book that is used to learn how to write Web pages is "HTML for the World Wide Web, with XHTML and CSS", Fifth Edition, by Elizabeth Castro, Peachpit Press (2003) - ISBN 0-321-13007-3. |
An excellent reference book for the numerical solution of physics problems is "Solve It! Computer-Aided Mathematics for Science and Engineering", by Samuel Doughty, Gulf Publishing Company (1995) - ISBN 0-88415-266-9. All of the examples are written in TrueBASIC. The book comes with a disk.
Student sound effect pages (under
construction) -
Tyler,
Jim,
Eric,
Trent,
Harold,
Andrew,
Travis |
Set | Assignment (list of all assignments) | Due |
10 | 10.1 Create a 2D
drawing 10.2 Create a 3D drawing |
Fri., May 6 Mon., May 9 |
30 minute activity in 108 to record a
variety of sounds for your Web pages. 1. Instructions for (a) class on May 9 (HTML Day 4) and (b) Sound Measurements. 2. HTML Day 5 - May 11 3. HTML Day 6 - May 13 |
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11 | 11.1 Fourier analysis
of the triangle wave - handwritten derivation 11.2 Numerical Fourier analysis and synthesis of the triangle wave |
Fri., May 13 |
Finish your Web pages | Thurs., May 19 |