DRUM Collection: Physics Research Workshttp://hdl.handle.net/1903/15972014-09-22T06:09:47Z2014-09-22T06:09:47ZPulling Algorithm and SimulationHoffman, Jonathan E.Ravets, SylvainSolano, Pablo A.Kordell, Peter R.Orozco, Luis A.Rolston, Steven L.http://hdl.handle.net/1903/150692014-05-09T02:30:53Z2014-01-01T00:00:00ZTitle: Pulling Algorithm and Simulation
Authors: Hoffman, Jonathan E.; Ravets, Sylvain; Solano, Pablo A.; Kordell, Peter R.; Orozco, Luis A.; Rolston, Steven L.
Abstract: These files contain a script that produces the control parameters for motors necessary to fabricate an optical nanofiber with a user defined taper geometry. It also provides a simulation of the step-by-step geometry of the pull.2014-01-01T00:00:00Zg2scaler_brute Data-to-data fittingCimmarusti, Andres D.Patterson, Burkley D.Orozco, Luis A.http://hdl.handle.net/1903/133072014-05-08T15:41:06Z2012-01-01T00:00:00ZTitle: g2scaler_brute Data-to-data fitting
Authors: Cimmarusti, Andres D.; Patterson, Burkley D.; Orozco, Luis A.
Abstract: g2scaler_brute is a collection of MATLAB scripts designed to fit one data set to another data set. It is specifically designed to operate on the second order correlation functions data from our Quantum Feedback in Cavity QED experiment.
It achieves this by fixing the scale of one data vector (in this case, the left half of the g2), and transforming the vector until they are optimally matched in a least-squares sense to extract phase, frequency and amplitude differences between the sets.2012-01-01T00:00:00Zgfncalc Correlation function calculatorCimmarusti, Andres D.Norris, David G.Patterson, Burkley D.Cahoon, EricOrozco, Luis A.http://hdl.handle.net/1903/133062014-05-08T15:41:30Z2012-01-01T00:00:00ZTitle: gfncalc Correlation function calculator
Authors: Cimmarusti, Andres D.; Norris, David G.; Patterson, Burkley D.; Cahoon, Eric; Orozco, Luis A.
Abstract: gfncalc is a C++ program that calculates second order normalized correlation functions from raw photon arrival times. It can read trigger pulses from another device to implement filtering. It features a simple command-line interface and it is cross-platform.This program is fast at processing large datasets.2012-01-01T00:00:00ZSupplementary Materials: Kuo et al., How Students Blend Conceptual and Formal Mathematical Reasoning in Solving Physics Problems, accepted for publication in Science Education on 08/08/2012Kuo, EricHull, Michael M.Gupta, AyushElby, Andrewhttp://hdl.handle.net/1903/129472012-09-22T02:30:36Z2012-08-01T00:00:00ZTitle: Supplementary Materials: Kuo et al., How Students Blend Conceptual and Formal Mathematical Reasoning in Solving Physics Problems, accepted for publication in Science Education on 08/08/2012
Authors: Kuo, Eric; Hull, Michael M.; Gupta, Ayush; Elby, Andrew
Abstract: This is supplemental material pertaining to the qualitative data presented in the manuscript:
Kuo. E., Hull, M. M., Gupta, A., & Elby, A., How Students Blend Conceptual and Formal Mathematical Reasoning in Solving Physics Problems, accepted for publication in Science Education on 08/08/2012.
The following material consists of 4 parts:
A. The context of the study (p. 2)
B. The question protocol that students were asked to answer. (pp. 3-4)
C. The transcript of Alex’s interview (pp. 5-17)
D. The transcript of Pat’s interview (pp. 18-31)2012-08-01T00:00:00Z