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- George Jaroszkiewicz |
- 2018 |
- pdf |
- 17.69MB |
- 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...

- Valter Moretti |
- 2018 |
- pdf |
- 9.49MB |
- 950pages

This book discusses the mathematical foundations of quantum theories. It offers an introductory text on linear functional analysis with a focus on Hilbert spaces, highlighting the spectral theory features that are relevant in physics. After exploring physical phenomenology, it then turns its attention to the formal and logical a...

- Valter Moretti |
- 2018 |
- epub |
- 24.35MB |
- 950pages

This book discusses the mathematical foundations of quantum theories. It offers an introductory text on linear functional analysis with a focus on Hilbert spaces, highlighting the spectral theory features that are relevant in physics. After exploring physical phenomenology, it then turns its attention to the formal and logical a...

- Merches, Ioan; Radu, Dorian, Daniel; Tatomir |
- 2018 |
- pdf |
- 4.20MB |
- 739pages

"Modern physics is characterized by two great theories, which make it fundamentally different from its predecessor: quantum theory and theory of relativity. In this book we want to bring to the reader's attention several solutions to problems connected to the quantum-relativistic interaction of particles. Remarkably, such soluti...

- Alessandro, Teta |
- 2018 |
- pdf |
- 3.17MB |
- 259pages

This book offers a rigorous yet elementary approach to quantum mechanics that will meet the needs of Master's-level Mathematics students and is equally suitable for Physics students who are interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the mathematical structure of the theory. Throughout the coverage, which is limited to singl...

"Solitons emerge in various non-linear systems as stable localized configurations behaving in many ways like particles, from non-linear optics and condensed matter to nuclear physics to cosmology and supersymmetric theories"--

- R. Waligóra |
- 2018 |
- pdf |
- 3.40MB |
- 175pages

Przedstawiony tekst ma na celu omówienie podstawowych pojęć i metod stosowanych w klasycznej (w części I ) i kwantowej (w części II ) - relatywistycznej teorii pola. Takie teorie stanowią podstawę konstrukcji wszystkich współczesnych teorii oddziaływań fizycznych. Sztandarowym tego przykładem jest Model Standardowy fizyki cząs...

- Eugene Stefanovich |
- 2018 |
- pdf |
- 4.88MB |

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...

- Eugene Stefanovich |
- 2019 |
- pdf |
- 4.80MB |

In this third volume of three, quantum electrodynamics is formulated in the language of physical "dressed" particles. A theory where charged particles interact via instantaneous action-at-a-distance forces is constructed - without need for renormalization. This theory describes electromagnetic phenomena in terms of directly inte...