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Methods of Mathematical Physics

Author : Richard Courant
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Since the first volume of this work came out in Germany in 1937, this book, together with its first volume, has remained standard in the field. Courant and Hilbert's treatment restores the historically deep connections between physical intuition and mathematical development, providing the reader with a unified approach to mathematical physics. The present volume represents Richard Courant's final revision of 1961.

Geometrical Methods of Mathematical Physics

Author : Bernard F. Schutz
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For physicists and applied mathematicians working in the fields of relativity and cosmology, high-energy physics and field theory, thermodynamics, fluid dynamics and mechanics. This book provides an introduction to the concepts and techniques of modern differential theory, particularly Lie groups, Lie forms and differential forms.

Methods of Mathematical Physics

Author : Harold Jeffreys
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This book is a reissue of classic textbook of mathematical methods.

Methods of Mathematical Physics

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Geometric Methods in Mathematical Physics

Author : G. Kaiser
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Advanced Methods of Mathematical Physics

Author : Radhey Shyam Kaushal
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In an introductory style with many examples, Advanced Methods of Mathematical Physics presents some of the concepts, methods, and tools that form the core of mathematical physics. The material covers two main broad categories of topics: 1) abstract topics, such as groups, topology, integral equations, and stochasticity, and 2) the methods of nonlinear dynamics.

Methods of Mathematical Physics

Author : Richard Courant
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Since the first volume of this work came out in Germany in 1937, this book, together with its first volume, has remained standard in the field. Courant and Hilbert's treatment restores the historically deep connections between physical intuition and mathematical development, providing the reader with a unified approach to mathematical physics. The present volume represents Richard Courant's final revision of 1961.

Mathematical Methods Of Theoretical Physics

Author : Karl Svozil
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This book contains very explicit proofs and demonstrations through examples for a comprehensive introduction to the mathematical methods of theoretical physics. It also combines and unifies many expositions of this subject, suitable for readers with interest in experimental and applied physics.

Problems and Methods in Mathematical Physics

Author : Johannes Elschner
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This volume presents the proceedings of the 11th Conference on Problems and Methods in Mathematical Physics (11th TMP), held in Chemnitz, March 25-28, 1999. The conference was dedicated to the memory of Siegfried Prössdorf, who made important contributions to the theory and numerical analysis of operator equations and their applications in mathematical physics and mechanics. The main part of the book comprises original research papers. The topics are ranging from integral and pseudodifferential equations, boundary value problems, operator theory, boundary element and wavelet methods, approximation theory and inverse problems to various concrete problems and applications in physics and engineering, and reflect Prössdorf's broad spectrum of research activities. The volume also contains articles describing the life and mathematical achievements of Siegfried Prössdorf and includes a list of his publications. The book is addressed to a wide audience in the mathematical and engineering sciences.

Asymptotic Methods in Equations of Mathematical Physics

Author : B Vainberg
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Typed English translation of a monograph first published (in Russian) in 1982. Provides graduate students and researchers with usefully detailed discussion of most of the asymptotic methods standard these days to the work of mathematical physicists. The author prefers not to dwell in the heights of abstraction; he has written a broadly intelligble book, which is informed at every point by his secure command of major physical applications. An expensive but valuable contribution to the literature of an important but too-little-written- about field. Twelve chapters, references. (NW) Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Methods of Theoretical Physics Types of fields

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Methods of Mathematical Physics

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Selected Mathematical Methods in Theoretical Physics

Author : Vladmir P. Krainov
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Selected Mathematical Methods in Theoretical Physics shows how a scientist, knowing the answer to a problem intuitively or through experiment, can develop a mathematical method to prove that answer. The approach adopted by the author first involves the formulation of differential or integral equations for describing the physical procession, the basis of more general physical laws. Then the approximate solution of these equations is worked out, using small dimensionless physical parameters, or using numerical parameters for the objects under consideration. The eleven chapters of the book, which can be read in sequence or studied independently of each other, contain many examples of simple physical models, as well as problems for students to solve. This is a supplementary textbook for advanced university students in theoretical physics. It will enrich the knowledge of students who already have a solid grounding in mathematical analysis.

Operator Methods in Mathematical Physics

Author : Jan Janas
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The conference Operator Theory, Analysis and Mathematical Physics – OTAMP is a regular biennial event devoted to mathematical problems on the border between analysis and mathematical physics. The current volume presents articles written by participants, mostly invited speakers, and is devoted to problems at the forefront of modern mathematical physics such as spectral properties of CMV matrices and inverse problems for the non-classical Schrödinger equation. Other contributions deal with equations from mathematical physics and study their properties using methods of spectral analysis. The volume explores several new directions of research and may serve as a source of new ideas and problems for all scientists interested in modern mathematical physics.

Algebraic and Geometric Methods in Mathematical Physics

Author : Anne Boutet de Monvel
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Methods for Solving Mathematical Physics Problems

Author : V. I. Agoshkov
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The book examines the classic and generally accepted methods for solving mathematical physics problems (method of the potential theory, the eigenfunction method, integral transformation methods, discretisation characterisation methods, splitting methods). A separate chapter is devoted to methods for solving nonlinear equations. The book offers a large number of examples of how these methods are applied to the solution of specific mathematical physics problems, applied in the areas of science and social activities, such as energy, environmental protection, hydrodynamics, theory of elasticity, etc.

Problems and Methods in Mathematical Physics and Applied Mathematics

Author : Khalid Latif Mir
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Computational Methods in Mathematical Physics

Author : R. S. Anderssen
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Lecture Notes in Applied Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics

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Applied Mathematical Methods in Theoretical Physics

Author : Michio Masujima
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All there is to know about functional analysis, integral equations and calculus of variations in a single volume. This advanced textbook is divided into two parts: The first on integral equations and the second on the calculus of variations. It begins with a short introduction to functional analysis, including a short review of complex analysis, before continuing a systematic discussion of different types of equations, such as Volterra integral equations, singular integral equations of Cauchy type, integral equations of the Fredholm type, with a special emphasis on Wiener-Hopf integral equations and Wiener-Hopf sum equations. After a few remarks on the historical development, the second part starts with an introduction to the calculus of variations and the relationship between integral equations and applications of the calculus of variations. It further covers applications of the calculus of variations developed in the second half of the 20th century in the fields of quantum mechanics, quantum statistical mechanics and quantum field theory. Throughout the book, the author presents over 150 problems and exercises - many from such branches of physics as quantum mechanics, quantum statistical mechanics, and quantum field theory - together with outlines of the solutions in each case. Detailed solutions are given, supplementing the materials discussed in the main text, allowing problems to be solved making direct use of the method illustrated. The original references are given for difficult problems. The result is complete coverage of the mathematical tools and techniques used by physicists and applied mathematicians Intended for senior undergraduates and first-year graduates in science and engineering, this is equally useful as a reference and self-study guide.