A new version of TRNG (Tina’s Random Number Generator Library) has been released. For the new version TRNG 4.10 two additional random number distribution classes twosided_exponential_dist and truncated_normal_dist have been implemented. If you need a modern C++ random number generator library, check out TRNG 4.10.
From time to time students ask me what might be the best programming language for computational physics and numerical applications. For a long time my standard answer to this question was twofold: The language does not matter, learn C++! On the one hand, I think one should not bother to much with this issue because… Continue reading Scientific Python