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eBook Physical Mathematics ePub

by Kevin Cahill

  • ISBN: 1107005213
  • Category: Physics
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Kevin Cahill
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (April 22, 2013)
  • Pages: 681
  • ePub book: 1464 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1271 kb
  • Other: rtf mbr lrf lit
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 566

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Physical Mathematics. Some nonrenormalizable theories are finite.

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Physical Mathematics book. Kevin Cahill (1941-) was born in New York, New York

Physical Mathematics book. Kevin Cahill (1941-) was born in New York, New York. He attended public and Catholic elementary schools, Regis High School, the University of Notre Dame, and Harvard University, receiving his PhD in physics in 1967 under the supervision of Roy Glauber (prix Nobel 2005).

Physical Mathematics : Kevin Cahill. The book is unique in its clarity and scope with examples drawn from contemporary physics.

Physical Mathematics KEVIN CAHILL University of New Mexico. Cambridge university press. Physical mathematics, Kevin Cahill, University of New Mexico. pages cm ISBN 978-1-107-00521-1 (hardback) 1. Mathematical physics.

KE Cahill, MD Giandrea, JF Quinn. The gerontologist 46 (4), 514-523, 2006. Coherent-state representations for the photon density operator. Density operators for fermions. KE Cahill, RJ Glauber.

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Unique in its clarity, examples and range, Physical Mathematics explains as simply as possible the mathematics that graduate students and professional physicists need in their courses and research. The author illustrates the mathematics with numerous physical examples drawn from contemporary research. In addition to basic subjects such as linear algebra, Fourier analysis, complex variables, differential equations and Bessel functions, this textbook covers topics such as the singular-value decomposition, Lie algebras, the tensors and forms of general relativity, the central limit theorem and Kolmogorov test of statistics, the Monte Carlo methods of experimental and theoretical physics, the renormalization group of condensed-matter physics and the functional derivatives and Feynman path integrals of quantum field theory.

Comments

Walianirv Walianirv
Physical Mathematics explains as simply as possible the mathematics that graduate students and professional physicists need in their courses and research. I probably should have paid more attention to that sentence in the description. I have a BS in Engineering and much of it is over my head. Yet, I still enjoyed thumbing through this book and reading the parts I could. If you are included in "graduate students and professional physicists", I think you'll find this book 5 stars.
Pryl Pryl
Very hard to understand textbook
Thetalen Thetalen
I bought it with only one reason in mind: learn the mathematical foundations of General Relativity. The book is complete and very good, but really to complicated for those, like me, know few more than calculus. I had to return to more basic books before taking it again. It's excellent, but really far from basic.
anneli anneli
CAPITAL! Lots of Useful and Lucid Explanations!
Xinetan Xinetan
We used to read Courant-Hilbert and some others years ago. Those books are still relevant. But Cahill's book is a very modern treatment of the subject and with it one can go deeply into the mathematical background of much of modern physics. I would say, as a professional mathematician (retired professor) that Cahill's style is somewhat different from a mathematician's in subjects I am familiar with, but with effort one can go deeply into many topics: tensor analysis and gravitation, Sturm-Liouville methods just to name two. Cahill constantly illuminates his discussion with examples from current research. Anthony Zee recommends this book and so I think that is sufficient.
Lcena Lcena
The book covers a broad spectrum of topics and tries to give the young physicist all possible sort of tools she needs for her research. It covers lots of topics and in my opinion is far better than Arfken since it covers more up to date research related topics. It can be used by undergrad and grad students with different lines of interest from string theory and quantum optics to experimental biophysics and finance. As a graduate student in Biophysics / Optics, i find this book more relevant to today's way of thinking rather than any other book available.
Uris Uris
This is a handy reference volume. It is also a great resource for learning.
Excellent book! It's full of very useful and practical information.