This series of books covers all areas of computational physics, collecting together reviews where a newcomer can learn about the state of the art regarding methods and results. Articles are submitted by e-mail before deadlines which are kept by the editor.Biologically motivated simulations, glasses, world-record molecular dynamics, deposition on surfaces, and hydrodynamics are discussed in this volume which ends with an explanation of elementary particle physics (QCD) and their phase transitions.
Computer simulations of supercooled liquids and structural glasses, W. Kob; evolution motivated computer models, N. Vandewalle and M. Ausloos; a survey of genetic algorithms, M. Tomassini; parallel algorithms for short-range molecular dynamics, D.M. Beazley et al; dynamics of nonequilibrium deposition with diffusional relaxation, V. Privman; recent advances in lattice Boltzmann computing, Y.H. Qian et al; condensed matter physics at one tera-kelvin, J. Polvin.