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The project's aim is to develop interactive Java applets that simulate and visualize quantum mechanics. The 1d time - independent, radial time-independent and 1d time - dependent Schrödinger equations are solved so far.

This is not the open source project in the sense that the source code is not available. Both content repositories at SourceForge are empty, there are no any files released and the only used feature seems the SourceForge home page. The archives, stored in this page, only contain compiled classes. The applets are however available for free to run so I classify this as Freeware.

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