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Applying velocity Verlet algorithm
I want to implement a simple particules system using the velocity form of the Verlet algorithm as integrator. Initial conditions at $t=0$ for a given particule $p$: mass: $ m $ position: ...
Aug 16 '12 at 10:27
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