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Quantum term project code- for interest and for help

Hello all,
I have written a numerical simulation of a Bose Einstein Condensate in
Python for a term project in my Quantum III class at Arizona State.
You may find it at https://wiki.asu.edu/phy416/index.ph...ate_Simulation

I post this for two reasons- first, as a matter of interest to any
physics majors / professors out there, and second, because it is so
_slow_ that the FORTRAN version runs ~180 times faster. I have used
the profiler, and can't seem to speed it up at all. Any thoughts? I am
now trying to port it to C, with mixed results. Finally, if you have
any thoughts for how to tighten it up OR to make it more _readable_
(it is supposed to be an educational tool, after all), I would greatly
appreciate it. Thanks,


Feb 22 '07 #1
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