Computer Labs for Windows

The current versions of galileo, pythag, schrdgr, huygens, ising, and jupiter are now available as (6.6 MB compressed).

Unzipping this file should form a folder sss (for "Solid State Simulations", Silsbee's project for Physics 454). You can also download the entire distribution, except that the presets and exercises for "ising" will be different. Source code is also available.)

Go into the new sss folder, go into bin, and execute galileo (or pythag, or schrdgr ...). You can't move the executables without moving the whole sss directory folder. If you have any problems, let me know.

Last modified:July 20, 2010
James P. Sethna,

Statistical Mechanics: Entropy, Order Parameters, and Complexity, now available at Oxford University Press (USA, Europe).