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Using the Python programming environment to calculate and simulate physical processes

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The Python programming language is currently the best tool for modeling complex physical processes. The most important application areas for Python are web development, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and process automation. In the last two, mathematical calculations and mapping of physical processes play a huge role. Artificial intelligence is one of the most popular examples of using the Python language, namely, working with neural networks, classifying images or speech messages. The analysis of audio data is carried out and various ways of processing sound files are considered.

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Python programming environment, artificial intelligence, audio data

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514.8

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402-406

References

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Received

2023-04-25

Section of issue

Mathematics

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