Cambridge University Press, 2009 — 430 pp. — (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics) — ISBN 9780521121538This self-contained book presents basic methods of numerical simulation of gravitational systems, with applications in astronomy and cosmology. The first half of the book presents and explains the fundamental mathematical tools needed to describe the dynamics of a large number of mutually attractive particles. Particular attention is given to the techniques needed to model known planetary and astrophysical phenomena such as Hubble motion. The second half of the book demonstrates how to develop clear and elegant algorithms for models of gravitational systems.Unique coverage of the subject, including the mathematics for computational methods of the classical N-body problem Algorithms for a wide range of problems in dynamical astronomy and cosmology Review of direct N-body simulations with comprehensive bibliographyTable of Contents
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