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Computational Physics Paperback – November 7, 2012
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There are a few minor issues with the book (Not worth rating it lower than 5 stars). Dr. Newman will introduce libraries and not explain some of them, such as gaussxw. These are usually libraries and functions on the book website. However, there is no reference to it in the book when introduced. Minor oversite. Another issue is that there are parts of the book where it appears he didn't pay attention to which values he was using.
These are types of issues that I am sure will be fixed in later editions. Overall this is an incredible book. I picked up this book to see what it had to say. It has taught me things that I did not know. I love that!