Στην κατηγορία αυτή των προγραμμάτων περιλαμβάνονται προγράμματα για τη διερεύνηση και ανάλυση δεδομένων με χρήση αρχών και τεχνικών της φυσικής. Αναλυτικά περιλαμβάνονται τα παρακάτω προγράμματα:

- Sketch a dynamic system annd apply connstrais/dimensions, your sketch is redrawn automatically to scale. Analyze motion, static forces, kinematics, reaction forces, velocity, acceleration, angles, distances, areas interactively. Apply initial conditions and see results with a mouse click. Includes an integrated calculator and root finder.

*Win*

- Shows the motion of 2 atomic particles interacting. Central force potentials, Pauli repulsion, van der Waals, inductive, or Coulombic attraction. Simulate molecular beam scattering experiments. Display trajectories.

*Mac*

- Beam characterization and diagnostics. Features live image acquisition and display, auto-marking of the beam-centroid, intensity profiling, curve-fitting, beam spatial and energy measurements, power-in-a-bucket, 3D plots. Library and programming tools are available.

*Mac*

- Simulates N.David Mermin's famous demonstration of the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox.

*DOS*

- Complete multimedia learning tool. Makes extensive use of the latest technology with more than 150,000 hyperlinks offer instant access to information across the CD-ROM.

*Win*

- 14 programs that detect hidden deteerminism in seemingly random data. Calculate probability distributions, power spectrum, Lyupanov exponent and fractal dimension. Display phase-space plots, time records, return maps and Poincare movies.

*DOS*

- 22 color demonstrations - some in 3D, illustrating chaos in physical and biological systems. Includes driven pendulum, non-linear oscillator, duffing oscillator, Van der Pol equation, 3-body problem, magnetic quadrupole, Lorenz attractor, Rossler attractor, one-dimensional maps, predator-prey, Chirikov map, Henon map, Mandelbrot set, Julia sets, diffusion, noise, deterministic fractals, random fractals, Weierstrass function, cellular automata, game of life and anaglyphs.

*DOS*

- Perform real-time, interactive numerical experiments on non-linear systems modeled using Ordinary Differential Equations. Explore period-doubling chaos; strange attractors, sensitive dependence on initial conditions, Lyapunov exponents, the fractal dimension of strange attractors and the effect of damping.

*DOS*

- Investigate wave diffraction and two-dimensional Fourier transforms. Create an aperture of any degree of complexity in one window while the calculated diffraction pattern appears in a second window. An intensity scale allows flexible mapping to gray patterns to best illustrate diffraction patterns.

*Mac*

- Level 1 includes a library of high-end virtual instruments for image acquisition and control, image display, file management, image processing and fundamental analysis. Level II adds spatial and frequency filtering, morphology analysis, densitometry and object analysis. Requires LabVIEW.

*Win, Mac*

- Multiple Windows, computational software tool enabling users to study common linear and non-linear physical systems. Display results as graphs, animations and numerical tables. Study orbital, chaotic, harmonic motion, driven pendulum, variable potential and non-linear oscillator.

*DOS*

- Revolutionary approach to dynamic analysis. Supports constraints and a variety of force elements including torque, force, translational or rotational spring-damper-actuator, tension or compression actuators, constant or time-varying force elements, collisions and formulas for force or actuator values. Output options include animation, tables and graphs with velocities, accelerations, reaction forces and moments.

*Win*

- Introduction to force and motion, momentum and work, heat, waves and sound, electricity, magnerism, light and mirrors and lenses.

*Win, Mac*

- Visualize electric fields produced by point and line charges and magnetic fields produced by current-carrying wires. EM field representations include vectors, directional arrows and lines of force.

*DOS, Mac*

- An amazing journey through fractal imagery. Over 600 megabytes of high resolution fractals in GIF, BMP and PICT formats. FractalVisions is featured in SAM's 1994 publication, "Fractal Graphics for Windows." CD-ROM

*DOS, OS/2, UNIX, Win*

- Goal-oriented simulation package that underscores the connection between animated motion and graphs. Students study graphs of position, velocity and acceleration versus time.

*DOS, Mac*

- Students choose an isotope and the computer "collects" data on the activity of a radioisotope over time. There are 20 isotopes to choose from and with each, the simulation gives sufficient data to plot true activity vs. time or log activity vs. time in determining halflife.

*Mac*

- Calculates energy eigenvalues, igenvectors, pi-electron charge densities and pi-electron bond orders for conjugated and aromatic molecules using the assumptions of simple Huckel Molecular Orbital (HMO) Theory.

*Mac*

- Quickly create and run simulations to illustrate difficult physics concepts, or use those already bundled with several leading physics textbooks. Students can use the program directly to gain a better understanding of the underlying principles of physics.

*Win, Mac*

- Calculates photo interaction coefficients and dose deposits for chemical compounds.

*DOS*

- Sophisticated graphical interface fully integrated with TRACE-3D particle accelarator simulation program. Beam lines are easily designed using drag-and-drop icons for all transport elements. Includes TRACE-3D source code.

*Mac*

- Analyze numerical data. Calculate statistical parameters, fit least-squares polynomials, integration, Fourier series for periodic functions, Fourier spectra, Bewssel functions, solve multiple equations and invert matrices. menu-driven, 200 data points.

*DOS*

- Learn about electrodynamic phenomena. Diplays the time-dependent evaluation of electromagnetic fields for different configurations and devices. View simulations of plane waves, solenoids, capacitors and magnetron tubes.

*DOS*

- Neural network based program for computing estimated atomic partial charges in neutral, covalent molecules.

*Mac*

- Strong pedagogical tool for teaching and learming about nonlinear dynamic systems differential equations, deterministic chaos and mechanics. College level.

*DOS*

- A collecticon of six simulations: cars, canon, river, planet, circle and collider which focus on the physics of moving obiects. Topics include kinematics, rotational motion, projectiles, collisions, relative motion, Kepler's laws, scattering and Galilean relativity.

*DOS, Mac*

- Simulate the propagation of light through lenses and mirrors to make precise on-screen measurements. Students can create spherical or flat lenses and mirrors of any size, shape and index of refraction.

*Mac*

- Calculate the optical properties of a range of materials that can be used in optical systems. Calculate index of refraction, absorption coefficient and scatter coefficient for crystals, dielectric semiiconductors, metals and glasses.

*DOS*

- Nuclear physics utilities program that calculates photon interaction coefficients for chemical compounds and mixtures, shielding of and dose deposition by spectra and monoenergetic gamma rays and detector response functions.

*DOS*

- 10 computer simulations of the physics of motion and sound. Includes reaction time, ballistic car, The monkey and the coconut, bowling-ball pendulum, Wilberforce pendulum, wave speed on a rope, flame pipe, oscilloscope waveforms, breaking a beaker with sound and Doppler effect.

*DOS*

- In three animated modules, students can graphically adjust constants of motion. ACCELERATION displays the time and position of passing objects, provides targets and tracks post-launch motion, showing position and velocity, shows the effects of different oscillations on traveling waves. An on-line help index explains screen items.

*Mac*

- 8 programs that help introductory physics students learn about physical processes of motion. Includes wave motion, chain reactions, Maxwell;s demon, moving charges, radiating dipoles and the movement of light through a thin lens.

*DOS*

- Use computer animations to create visual models of physics concepts. Supplement classroom lectures and demonstrations and explain and illustrate fundamental physics concepts. Complete problems included in the instruction manual, create additional problems for further study and investigation. Includes Ballistic (simulates two-dimensional motion in a constant gravitation field); Potential (simulates the motion of a particle in a one-dimensional potential well); Oscillator (simulates simple, damped and driven harmonic oscillators), Kepler (uses pre-defined orbits or variable parameters to demonstrate planetary motion); and Einstein (demonstrates special relativity).

*Mac*

- Use computer animations to create visual models of physics concepts with graphic simulations and engaging computer animations to explain and illustrate fundamental physics concepts that allow students to complete problems included in the instruction manual and create additional problems for further study and investigation. Includes fundamental concepts in electricity and magnetism, Coulomb, Laplace, Radiation, Ampere, and Monopole.

*Mac*

- Use computer animations to create visual models of physics concept including a range of concepts in modern physics. Sections include Gas, Brownian, Wave, Fourier, Hydrogen, Diffraction, and Transition.

*Mac*

- Use computer animations to create visual models of physics concepts, such as two-dimensional motion, electric field patterns, and general motion.

*Mac*

- Performs calculations including transmission and reflection coefficients, or the bound state eigenvalues, of the piecewise constant potentials. Includes four modules, based on Schroedinger's equation with output in graphic form.

*Mac*

- Examine quantum-mechanical time evolution of a Gaussian wavepacker interacting with a potential barrier or well in 1D. A great introduction to quanbtum dynamics. Illustrates tunneling, resonance, wavepacket spreading and finite probability density.

*Mac*

- Learn about electrodynamic phenomena. Displays the time-dependent evolution of electromagnetic fields for different configurations and devices. View simulations of plane waves, solenoids, capacitors and magnetron tubes.

*DOS*

- Learn about relativistic particle interactions. Analyze and solve exercises on particle collisions, pair creation, transformations, decays and annihilation of particles in 1 and 2D. Includes a particle table, a movie and a 3D momentum-energy plot.

*DOS, Mac*

- Open-ended software tool for creating and exploring physical objects and systems in relative motion. Experiment with and visualize phenomena beyond the realm of human experience.

*Mac*

- Using graphics and sound, this physics game teaches the concept of Coulomb's Law. Randomly hides charges. Students must then develop a searching strategy to determine the location, magnitude and sign of each hidden charge.

*Mac*

- Uses the variational method to detemine energy states and wave functions of 1D finite square lattices of any finite size. Observe individual atoms, small roups of atoms, band structure, wave function, lattice potential and Bloch plane wave components.

*DOS*

- Learn about the laws of special relativity. Easy-to0use and interactive, Spacetime depicts 1D relativistic phenomena on 2Displays: a highway and a diagram that plots position versus time.

*DOS, Mac*

- Learn fundamentals of physical science usin demonstrations and experiments of practical examples in full-motion video, with spoken narration. Includes states of matter (solids and gases), atomic structure, electricity, magnetism, machines and power, force-including Newton's law of motion and the relationship between planets.

*Mac*

- Set of simple procedures for Turbo Pascal designed to make it easier for students to solve physics with the computer.

*DOS*

- Calculates ground and excited state energies and wave functions for 1D systems from binomial basis sets. An excellent tool to illustrate the variational method for quantum mechanics.

*Mac*

- Simulates vibrations of symmetric and linear assymetric triatomic molecules, demonstrates the concepts behind molecular spectroscopy. Choose atomic masses, molecular geometry and force constants.

*Mac*

- LabVIEW library for image capture, display and analysis. Captures images from disk or video. Includes 2D arrays and provides utilities for measuring region intensity, area and segment lenth.

*Win, Mac*

- Database and environment for x-ray attenuation, absorption, transmission and spectrum calculations for all elements from 100 eV to 100 MeV. Requires MS Excel.

*Win, Mac*

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