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2.7 Exercises

2.01 Upwind differences.


2.02 Numerical dispersion.


2.03 Shock waves using LaxWendroff.


2.04 Leapfrog resonator.


2.05 European option.


2.06 Particle in a periodic potential.


2.07 LaxFriedrichs advection.


2.08 Electromagnetic waves.
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horizon: a certain degree of independence and creativity are required to
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