Redistributed Freeware Mentioned in “Exploring Quantum Physics Through Hands-On Projects”
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DOWNLOADS (Virus and Malware-Free):
Single photon image integrator for Matlab by David Prutchi
ToneBurst v1.4.0 by David Taylor:
Spectrum Lab by Wolfgang Buescher:
VisualSpec software by Valérie Desnoux:
PRA – Pulse Recorder and Analyser by Marek Dolleiser:
Mark Beck’s Quantum Mechanics simulation software:
Vision for Matlab by Farzad Pezeshkpour:
VCAPG2 by Kazuyuki Kobayashi: