Noncommutative Geometry and Representation Theory in Mathematical Physics: Proceedings.
Noncommutative geometry and representation theory in mathematical physics; proceedings.
Satellite conference to the Fourth European Congress of Mathematics The European Congress of Mathematics (ECM) is an international congress of the mathematics community, held every four years. Its objectives are "to present various new aspects of pure and applied mathematics to a wide audience, to be a forum for discussion of the relationship (2004: Karlstad, Sweden) Ed. by Jurgen Fuchs et al.
Amer. Mathematical Society
Contemporary mathematics; 391
In these proceedings from the July 2004 conference, contributors describe their work in mathematical physics, particularly in quantum field theory quantum field theory, study of the quantum mechanical interaction of elementary particles and fields. Quantum field theory applied to the understanding of electromagnetism is called quantum electrodynamics (QED), and it has proved spectacularly successful in , acknowledging the mutual benefit mathematics and physics have shared when applied to each other. Aimed at graduate students and researchers, topics include the construction of graded differential algebra with ternary (programming) ternary - A description of an operator taking three arguments. The only common example is C's ?: operator which is used in the form "CONDITION ? EXP1 : EXP2" and returns EXP1 if CONDITION is true else EXP2. differential, thoughts on non-commutativity in membranes and matrices, discretized Virasoro algebra, Picard groups in rational conformal field theory In theoretical physics, rational conformal field theory is a special type of conformal field theory with a finite number of conformal primaries. In these theories, all dimensions (and the central charge) are rational numbers that can be computed from the consistency conditions of , Shapovalov forms for Poisson Lie superalgebras, time-space and space-times, the index problem on manifolds with edges, quantum groups and bounded symmetric domains, quantization (1) The division of a range of values into a single number, code or classification. For example, class A is 0 to 999, class B is 1000 to 9999 and class C is 10000 and above.
(2) In analog to digital conversion, the assignment of a number to the amplitude of a wave. in deformation and monoidal Morita equivalence. Review articles include an evaluation of 40 years of use of the extremal projector method for Lie symmetries.
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