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- Sergey Lychev; Konstantin Koifman |
- 2019 |
- pdf |
- 5.28MB |

TheDe Gruyter Studies in Mathematical Physicsare devoted to the publication of monographs and high-level texts in mathematical physics. They cover topics and methods in fields of current interest, with an emphasis on didactical presentation. The series will enable readers to understand, apply and develop further, with sufficient...

- Fridtjov Irgens |
- 2019 |
- pdf |
- 8.05MB |
- 400pages

This book presents tensors and tensor analysis as primary mathematical tools for engineering and engineering science students and researchers. The discussion is based on the concepts of vectors and vector analysis in three-dimensional Euclidean space, and although it takes the subject matter to an advanced level, the book starts...

- Jared Michael Maruskin |
- 2018 |
- pdf |
- 10.42MB |

Introduction to Dynamical Systems and Geometric Mechanics provides a comprehensive tour of two fields that are intimately entwined: dynamical systems is the study of the behavior of physical systems that may be described by a set of nonlinear first-order ordinary differential equations in Euclidean space, whereas geometric mecha...

- Robert F. Snider |
- 2018 |
- pdf |
- 4.04MB |

TheDe Gruyter Studies in Mathematical Physicsare devoted to the publication of monographs and high-level texts in mathematical physics. They cover topics and methods in fields of current interest, with an emphasis on didactical presentation. The series will enable readers to understand, apply and develop further, with sufficient...

- Asao Arai |
- 2018 |
- pdf |
- 5.33MB |
- 880pages

- Adam Marsh |
- 2018 |
- pdf |
- 5.29MB |
- 300pages

This unique book complements traditional textbooks by providing a visual yet rigorous survey of the mathematics used in theoretical physics beyond that typically covered in undergraduate math and physics courses. The exposition is pedagogical but compact, and the emphasis is on defining and visualizing concepts and relationships...

- Hans Christian Ã–ttinger |
- 2018 |
- pdf |
- 5.22MB |

This text presents an intuitive and robust mathematical image of fundamental particle physics based on a novel approach to quantum field theory, which is guided by four carefully motivated metaphysical postulates. In particular, the book explores a dissipative approach to quantum field theory, which is illustrated for scalar fie...

- George Jaroszkiewicz |
- 2018 |
- pdf |
- 4.45MB |
- 391pages

Scientists have been debating the meaning of quantum mechanics for over a century. This book for graduate students and researchers gets to the root of the problem; the contextual nature of empirical truth, the laws of observation and how these impact on our understanding of quantum physics. Bridging the gap between non-relativis...

- Mark J.D. Hamilton |
- 2018 |
- pdf |
- 9.96MB |
- 658pages

The Standard Model is the foundation of modern particle and high energy physics. This book explains the mathematical background behind the Standard Model, translating ideas from physics into a mathematical language and vice versa. The first part of the book covers the mathematical theory of Lie groups and Lie algebras, fibre bun...