I spent this Christmas break traveling around the midwest visiting old friends, chillin’ with the family, and creating this little simulation based on a paper I wrote for an undergraduate lab project a number of years ago. It is a discrete computation of the time evolution of a normalized waveform in an arbitrary potential field. The computation is done using FFT derivatives and Chebyshev polynomial expansion.

The program is structured using the Model/View/Controller paradigm, using SFML & SFGUI for graphics and window management, and googletest for unit testing. You can play around with the Win32 binary here, or checkout the source code here.