Computational physics provide tools that enable us to gain knowledge about complex physical processes by developing mathematical-numerical models.
Problems are then translated into computer models and the results are visualized.
The work starts with formulating problems, building computer models, testing their reliability, then using the models for simulations, and finally visualizing and analyzing the results of the calculations to formulate conclusions.
Simulations are especially useful for finding solutions in dynamic and complex systems. Those systems are common in economy, business and science.
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