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I was a gamer. It was just waste of time.

I am a physics engineer. Worth losing some brain cells but havent used for anything yet.

I want to be a wide-spectrum programmer. High performance computing on gpus accs cpus.

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    • Computational relational algebra(beginner)
    • Fuzzy logic(beginner)

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    • QBasic(very good)
    • C(mid) and C++(mid) and C#(mid)
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    • Neural network(beginner)
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Jun
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comment Physics and math behind flight through solar system: Where to start?
You like math? If so, you may look at Navier-Stokes equations and Poisson differential equations. This is even more embarrasingly-parallel than nbody algorithm so you can use gpu better.
Jun
29
comment Physics and math behind flight through solar system: Where to start?
Just some diffusion algorithm like any FEM, plus you already have the nbody thing right? Maybe a flux/velocity solver can be needed on top of the diffusion as "advect" solver. Any wave propagation algorithm should work.
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Jun
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comment Temperature loss of a moving object
:D yes I forgot that. Adding.
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Jun
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answered Temperature loss of a moving object
Jun
28
comment Expressing a force in components
Orthonormal one: When inclination is 90-degrree, it is equal to W but when inclination is 0-degree it is zero. When inclination is 60-degrees, it is half of W.
Jun
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answered Physics and math behind flight through solar system: Where to start?
Jun
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comment Fourier transformation, electric field and magnetic field to have a shielding lattice against particles
Error message says its insecure or outdated.
Jun
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Jun
27
comment Fourier transformation, electric field and magnetic field to have a shielding lattice against particles
@John Rennie: Yes non-repeating, yes continuos(periodic Dirac-Delta)
Jun
27
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