Latest Computer simulation Stories
Leveraging over 9 million of dollars of investment in military simulation and training, Engineering & Computer Simulations (ECS) unveils a new robust training capability called the Crisis
Statistical physics offers an approach to studying climate change that could dramatically reduce the time and brute-force computing that current simulation techniques require. The new approach focuses on fundamental forces that drive climate rather than on “following every little swirl” of water or air. And yes, there’s an app for that.
The most advanced gaming PCs rely on quad-core processors, but that pales to what researchers have created with a new record in computational science.
Because modern computers have to depict the real world with digital representations of numbers instead of physical analogues, to simulate the continuous passage of time they have to digitize time into small slices.
In 1999, the first in a series of movies came out suggesting that we are all parts of a computer simulation. The Matrix was the ultimate horror story of artificial intelligence gone wrong. But could it be true? Could we be living in a computer simulation? And how would we ever know?
Using computer modeling, researchers have revealed new details surrounding hexamer structures that are considered to be the smallest droplets of water.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the mathematics underlying movie special effects at this free public event, July 11 at 6:15 PM at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis.
Predicting how large numbers of visitors to major events will behave is difficult, even using evidence based on past experience.
- A volcanic mudflow.