Maybe it's not the best place for this issue yet.
I am in graduate school. Field of knowledge of my supervisor - quantum physics - or rather, he examines the interaction of particles. Sources which he adviced to me are designed for the experienced physicist who is familiar with the concepts like wave functions, Coulomb interactions, etc. Because I am new to this business, I find it hard to work with sources, expected for skilled physicist.
I completed studies at university which is not related with phisics.
I wrote application, that build graphic of triply-differential cross section for ionisation of hydrogen atoms by electrons and positrons (using First Born Approximation). My supervisor help me with it.
I want to understand how to translate physics language to programming language. Thats why I want to start from the beginning. Which books/articles/sources you can advice to start learning this field of physics (for newbie)?