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MiMMC (MultiModal Monte Carlo) is a research tool for Monte Carlo based radiotherapy planning and dosimetry.
This project contains several libraries written in Fortan 77, Matlab and C++, pertinent to computational fluid dynamics, boundary element methods, finite and spectral element methods, numerical methods, and C++ programming in science and engineering.
Code no longer maintained here, but now transferred to GitHub: https://github.com/peterlu2 weekly downloads
Simulation for Physics / Bilogics Systems
Public MatLab toolbox for space science.1 weekly downloads
The class libraries here provide infrastructure for creating simulations of low energy nuclear physics experiments, as well as some useful working programs that do simple simulations and analysis of experiments performed with magnetic spectrographs.
Simulate the optical reflectance from an infinite turbid medium under an ideal oblique incidence optical source. Two versions are implemented: CPU and GPU. They both generate statistically the same results but GPU version works much faster.3 weekly downloads
A simple MATLAB implementation of Wilsons NRG-method1 weekly downloads
Lattice simulation of biochemical reactions and diffusion1 weekly downloads
Blit contains a group of highly efficient iterative sparse solvers that can handle multiple right-hand-sides (i.e. block solvers). We will implement BLQMR, BLGMRES and other block algorithms in MATLAB, FORTRAN 90, C/C++, CUDA and OpenCL.