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Matlab in Physics Teaching

WWW location: http://www.ift.uib.no/AMOS/Matlab/

Author: Ladislav Kocbach
(ladi@post.fi.uib.no)

KEYWORDS: Matlab, Physics, Education, Quantum Mechanics, Command Interpreter

This page is a link page to my various applications of *Matlab to
*teaching*.*
**Dirac Notation Interpreter **
This allows to use Dirac bra-ket notation in matrix and operator calculations.
Constructed for matlab 4, runs under matlab 5 and 6. Many useful string
operations and interpretor written in MAtlab itself.

http://www.ift.uib.no/AMOS/hydro/
**Hydrogenic Wavefunctions tool** (using symbolic toolbox). At present
the text is in Norwegian, but all the documentation is in English. For
some explanations the older version (Matlab 4) can be consulted.

http://www.ift.uib.no/AMOS/matlab/pors/schroed/
**Old version of Hydrogenic Wavefunctions tool**

http://www.ift.uib.no/Teori/Pictures/GoldenRule.html
**Fermi Golden Rule Simulator**. Teaching Quantum Mechanics (see also
the Picture Book http://www.ift.uib.no/Teori/Pictures/Golden.html
about the **Golden Rule Simulator**.

http://www.ift.uib.no/AMOS/matlab/pors/porsmat.htm
Demonstrasjoner brukt foredraget ved

Seminar om bruk av matematisk programvare, Porsgrunn (norsk) **Demonstrations
of use of Matlab.**

**The text is in Norwegian, new version (English) is planned.**

This link page set up october 2001

Another intuitive teaching idea: Added February 2006: you might be interested in this "science game"

http://equal-opportunity-game.blogspot.com/.

You are asked there to guess an outcome of a game, which is a natural law in disguise.

(This little test of intuition linked originally in January 2006)