I am having issues understanding why different languages are producing different answers for the Schur(QZ) decomposition. I am working on writing some old stuff from Matlab into Julia and Python and ...
Going to teach students of undergraduate level a course titled Introduction to Computer Programming. I am confused a bit. In Computational Physics scientists use C/C++ or Python or Fortran,CUDA ...
I'm considering learning a new language to use for numerical/simulation modelling projects, as a (partial) replacement for the C++ and Python that I currently use. I came across Julia, which sounds ...
Short version: Is it ever a good idea to use multiple languages in scientific codes? Long version: May be its just me but these days I often see scientific codes written in multiple languages. The ...
I am not trying to start a Language flame war here. I merely want to ask a simple question: Is there a good resource for comparisons for languages for scientific computing? By comparisons, I mean on ...
I'm entirely new to the notion of computational science, and am looking for a good starting point. I understand that there's no objectively best language, but I'd like to learn a language that has an ...
Note: the following post may include controversial opinions, so please note that they are only my opinions, and not intended to offend anyone. I'm being programming in some form or the other since ...
I want to learn MATLAB programming so that I can conduct some researh/analysis on my own and also, so that I can study/modify some MATLAB scripts that I have found online etc. However, the problem is ...
In my computational science PhD program, we are working almost exclusively in C++ and Fortran. It seems like some professors prefer one over the other. I am wondering which one is 'better' or if one ...
Fortran has a special place in numerical programming. You can certainly make good and fast software in other languages, but Fortran keeps performing very well despite its age. Moreover, it's easier to ...