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Mathematical tools for physicists.


Mathematical tools for physicists.

Ed. by George L. Trigg.



676 pages




In this reference that can also serve for supplemental reading by advanced students and professionals, contributors offer 18 articles in their areas of considerable expertise, the result being an encyclopedic review. Topics include fundamental methods on up to the latest applications, including algebraic methods, analytic methods, Fourier and other mathematical transforms, fractal geometry, geometrical methods, Green's functions, group theory, mathematical modeling, Monte-Carlo methods, numerical methods, perturbation methods, quantum computation, quantum logic, special functions, symmetries and conservation laws, topology, and variational methods.

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