Welcome to the Field Precision LLC Web Log. I’m the Chief Scientist and Program Developer. I ran my first program on an IBM 1620 in 1963, and I’ve been active in numerical methods for science and engineering since then.
As a participant over the entire history of personal computers, I’ve seen the best and worst in computer applications. In this blog, I want to share my consulting and programming experience to help you use your computer more effectively. Future articles will fall into the following categories:
- Tricks for efficient calculations, alternatives to the brute force approach.
- Resolving problems our software users encounter.
- Numerical methods to find physical quantities like capacitance and force.
- Announcements of new software capabilities and bug fixes.
- Limitations of numerical methods and how to circumvent them.
- General tips for wresting control of your computer from Windows.
Read the latest posts or go to the page Posts by program to check all articles on a specific program. I hope the information proves useful. Note that there are no financial arrangements for any of the programs and Websites that I recommend. Please leave your comments or requests on our site or contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Stan Humphries