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- Baez Munian Gauge Fields, Knots and Gravity
- Baez J.C., Muniain J.P. Gauge Fields, Knots, and Gravity
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Baez J. World Scientific Pub, From Scientific American "The book is clearly written and should be accessible to readers who have a good undergraduate preparation in mathematics or physics. Each part of the book ends with a list of references that will enable the reader to pursue the material presented in greater detail. It uses as 'physical excuses' to introduce these topics Maxwell theory, Yang-Mills theories and general relativity including its Ashtekar reformulation.
The style of the book is quite lively and explanations are very clear. The treatment is mathematically and physically self-contained. It offers an excellent way of treating the subject with mathematical rigor while keeping the physical motivation and usefulness of these mathematical concepts close at hand. For the individual reader, it is a great way to be lured into the study of the mathematics that underlies contemporary theoretical physics.
Ambrosio L. Springer, This volume provides the texts of lectures given by L. Ambrosio, L. Caffarelli, M. Crandall, L. Evans, N. Fusco at the Summer course held in Cetraro Italy in These are introductory reports on current research by world leaders in the fields of calculus of variations and partial differential equations.
The topics discussed are transport equations for nonsmooth vector fields, homogenization, viscosity methods Bemelmans J. World Scientific Publishing Company, For graduate students and researchers in the fields of partial differential equations and applied mathematics.
Choquet-Bruhat Y. Elsevier, , p. This reference book, which has found wide use as a text, provides an answer to the needs of graduate physical mathematics students and their teachers.
The present edition is a thorough revision of the first, including a new chapter entitled "Connections on Principle Fibre Bundles'' which includes sections on holonomy, characteristic classes, invariant curvature integrals and problems on the geometry of gau Christ M. Alberto P. His contributions, characterized by great originality and depth, have changed the way researchers approach and think about everything from harmonic analysis to partial differential equations and from signal processing to tomography.
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Academic Press, This 5-volume encyclopedia contains a very comprehensive collection of articles covering the entire range of mathematical and theoretical physics. The authors of the articles include recognized leaders in their fields, and the essays themselves, each several pages in extent, are more like survey articles than "telegraphic" reviews. To give a sense of the contents, there is a more or less continuous spectrum f Fried H.
Applications to problems in potential theory and quantum field theory are covered, along with approximations for the treatment of color fluctuations in high-energy QCD Koks D. Have you ever wondered why the language of modern physics centers on geometry? Or how quantum operators and Dirac brackets work?
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This book takes you on a tour of the main ideas forming the language of modern mathematical physics. Here you will meet novel approaches to concepts McMahon D. McGraw-Hill Professional, Trying to understand string theory but ending up with your brain in knots? Here's your lifeline! This straightforward guide explains the fundamental principles behind this cutting-edge concept.
String Theory Demystified elucidates the goal of the theory--to combine general relativity and quantum theory into a single, unified framework. You'll learn about classical strings, conformal field theory, quan Zachmanoglou E. Dover, This introductory text explores the essentials of partial differential equations applied to common problems in engineering and the physical sciences. It reviews calculus and ordinary differential equations, explores integral curves and surfaces of vector fields, the Cauchy-Kovalevsky theory and more.
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Baez Munian Gauge Fields, Knots and Gravity
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Baez J.C., Muniain J.P. Gauge Fields, Knots, and Gravity
Baez J. World Scientific Pub, From Scientific American "The book is clearly written and should be accessible to readers who have a good undergraduate preparation in mathematics or physics.
Baez, Javier P. Each part of the book ends with a list of references that will enable the reader to pursue the material presented in greater detail. This book is a great introduction to many of the modern ideas of mathematical physics including differential geometry, group theory, knot theory and topology.
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Gauge Fields, Knots and Gravity. Javier P. Muniain, John C. Baez
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