Studying the dynamics of a large number of particles interacting
through long-range forces, commonly referred to as the 'N-body
problem', is a central aspect of many different branches of
physics. In recent years, significant advances have been made in
the development of fast N-body algorithms to deal efficiently with
such complex problems. This book is the first to give a thorough
introduction to these so-called 'tree methods', setting out the
basic principles and giving many practical examples of their use.
No prior specialist knowledge is assumed, and the techniques are
illustrated throughout with reference to a broad range of
applications. The book will be of great interest to graduate
students and researchers working on the modelling of systems in
astrophysics, plasma physics, nuclear and particle physics,
condensed matter physics and materials science.
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