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Introduction to Computational Physics and Monte Carlo Simulations of Matrix Field Theory

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Introduction to Computational Physics and Monte Carlo Simulations of Matrix Field Theory
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 350

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This book is divided into two parts. In the first part we give an elementary introduction to computational physics consisting of 21 simulations which originated from a formal course of lectures and laboratory simulations. The second part is much more advanced and deals with the problem of how to set up working Monte Carlo simulations of matrix field theories which involve finite dimensional matrix regularizations of noncommutative and fuzzy field theories, fuzzy spaces and matrix geometry.

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