Previous 'graphics of the month' items
Action principle
Multiple path method
Stereo imaging
Asynchronous leap-frog method
Numerical interaction picture
Canonical equations for the spinning top
Asynchronous leap-frog method
robe
aura of particles
red cabbage
stange periodicity
moving frame
helicopter
Oscar
letter F
letter F from the side
confusion
potential5
Integrating the oscillator ODE with asynchronous leapfrog at large step size
cool pattern
halftone
stripechaos
scattering state
potential
gate
gnome
compromise
original strongly blurred image
image partially deblurred by deconvolution
printing
Otto deconvolved
Diadem
machine
An autogenerated header file dependency graph
Time Evolution of a Symmetric System
from the
Wolfram Demonstrations Project
by Ulrich Mutze
potential
testpattern
testpattern2
C+- advertising
crystalization
A symplectic map acts on a disc
The cyclic group of order 10 as a finite set, i.e as a sequence of braces.
Studying black hole motion.
Optics
Fractal
Partition
complex couple
decisions
potential
interaction picture
potential
potentialx
eye
broken program
cold beauty
Eigenfunctions of a discrete Dirac Hamiltonian (this one is considered interesting enough for two month)
Numerical Interaction Picture
nice
halftone
magnetized particles tend to form loops
exploding quantum mechanical two-particle integration
mikado
method 1
natural holes
dynamics
background processing experiment
200 repelling particles on a sphere
250 particles, initially placed randomly over the encircled area were submitted to a process of simulated crysalization. Here is the outcome after hours of computation. Lead-pouring for the digital age.
Characterizing the set of all positive color-matching functions
Characterizing the set of all positive color-matching functions
Phase portrait of the Kepler oscillator computed with various integrators
Eigenvectors of a discrete 1D free Dirac Hamiltonian
Rescaled deviations from energy conservation for a system of 1000 gravitating particles integrated with various values of the time step.
A Dirac wave function in 1D is traversing a very high potential wall in accordance with what is known as Klein's paradox.
Last modification: 2018-11-26