The Cambridge N-body lectures
- Berlin : Springer, c2008.
- Physical description
- x, 402 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- Lecture notes in physics 760.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Rainer Spurzem: Post-Newtonian Methods.- NBODY6++.- Ross Church: Live Stellar Evolution in NBODY6.- Pavel Kroupa:Young clusters.- Classical clusters.- The IMF.- The initial binary population.- Seppo Mikkola: Regular algorithms for few-body integration.- Marc Freitag: Monte-Carlo methods.- Fokker-Planck methods.- Rosemary Mardling: Resonance, chaos and stability.- Secular evolution of triple systems.- Sverre Aarseth: Codes, scaling and data structure.- Algorithms and Implementations.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Published under the auspices of the Royal Astronomical Society, this volume contains a set of extensive school tested lectures, with the aim to give a coherent and thorough background knowledge of the subject and to introduce the latest developments in N-body computational astrophysics. The topics cover a wide range from the classical few-body problem with discussions of resonance, chaos and stability to realistic modeling of star clusters as well as descriptions of codes, algorithms and special hardware for N-body simulations. This collection of topics, related to the gravitational N-body problem, will prove useful to both students and researchers in years to come.
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- Many-body problem.
- Publication date
- Sverre J. Aarseth, Christopher A. Tout, Rosemary A. Mardling (eds.).
- Lecture notes in physics ; 760