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Vector Fields 1.0

A field which associates a vector to every point in the field space.


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  • Last Updated: Mar 18, 2011
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Vector Fields is a Home & Education software developed by Hans Lohninger. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Vector Fields:

BS Editor: A vector field is a field which associates a vector to every point in the field space. Vector fields are often used in physics to model observations which include a direction for each point of the observed space. Examples are movement of a fluid, or the force generated by a magnetic of gravitational field, or athmospheric models, where both the strength (speed) and the direction of winds are recorded.

The effect of vector fields can be easily calculated by applying difference equations to all points of the observed space. Thus the state of each point of the space R at the time T+1 is calculated by applying the difference Equation to each point at the time T. For example, using the two equations xt+1 = xt - yt and yt+1 = yt + xt will result in a rotation of the points in a two-dimensional space.

The program VectorFields allows to define almost arbitrary difference equations and to apply them to a cloud of random points in a two-dimensional space. In order to get a quick impression of the power of the vector field Calculus, a few basic vector field transformations are predefined and can be selected from the selection box at the top right. For downloading the program click the floppy disk symbols at right.
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