Further information on Phaser, Java, Dynamical Systems, and Scientific Computations:
- The Original Phaser Project Website
- At the University Of Miami Department of Mathematics.
- The Source for Java Technology
- The mothership of Java technology: Sun Microsystem's main portal for Java resources. Products & APIs page contains the complete product list; JavaHelp is under Optional Packages at the bottom of the page.
- Hairer-Wanner ODE Numerical Algorithms & Codes
- A sophisticated collection of ODE codes in FORTRAN, upon which the Modern ODE Algorithms of Phaser are modeled.
- Dynamical Systems (Scholarpedia)
- Encyclopedia of Dynamical Systems, which is hosted by Scholarpedia -- the free peer-reviewed encyclopedia that anybody can edit. This project combines the philosophies of Encyclopedia Britannica and Wikipedia. Articles are written by leading experts in the field (invited by the editor-in-chief or elected by the public) and peer reviewed. Upon acceptance, the author becomes the article's curator. In contrast to Wikipedia, any future modification of an article in Scholarpedia must be approved by its curator before it appears online.
NEWS: 04/17/2007 - We are pleased to announce that we've been invited by Scholarpedia's Editor-In-Chief to contribute to their Encyclopedia of Dynamical Systems and write an expert Scholarpedia Article on Phaser Scientific Software (currently under development).
- Java Versus C++
- Performance tests by JavaWorld show Java as fast as C++.
- Java Grande Forum
- A forum with the goal "to develop community consensus and recommendations for either changes to Java or establishment of standards (frameworks) for Grande libraries and services."
- "A focal point for information on numerical computing in Java," hosted by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology).