Mathematical Physics: A Modern Introduction to Its Foundations Hardcover – Feb 1 2002
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PAGEOPH [Pure and Applied Geophysics]
Review by Daniel Wojcik, University of Maryland
"This volume should be a welcome addition to any collection. The book is well written and explanations are usually clear. Lives of famous mathematicians and physicists are scattered within the book. They are quite extended, often amusing, making nice interludes. Numerous exercises help the student practice the methods introduced. … I have recently been using this book for an extended time and acquired a liking for it. Among all the available books treating mathematical methods of physics this one certainly stands out and assuredly it would suit the needs of many physics readers."
ZENTRALBLATT MATH
Review by G.Roepstorff, University of Aachen, Germany
"… Unlike most existing texts with the same emphasis and audience, which are merely collections of facts and formulas, the present book is more systematic, selfcontained, with a level of presentation that tends to be more formal and abstract. This entails proving a large number of theorems, lemmas, and corollaries, deferring most of the applications that physics students might be interested in to the example sections in small print. Indeed, there are 350 workedout examples and about 850 problems. … A very nice feature is the way the author intertwines the formalism with the life stories and anecdotes of some mathematicians and physicists, leading at their times. As is often the case, the historical view point helps to understand and appreciate the ideas presented in the text. … For the physics student in the middle of his training, it will certainly prove to be extremely useful."
THE PHYSICIST
Review by Paul Davies, Orion Productions, Adelaide, Australia
"I am pleased to have so many topics collected in a single volume. All the tricks are there of course, but supported by sufficient rigour and substantiation to make the dedicated mathematical physicist sigh with delight."
EMS [EUROPEAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY] NEWSLETTER
"This book is a condensed exposition of the mathematics that is met in most parts of physics. The presentation attains a very good balance between the formal introduction of concepts, theorems and proofs on one hand, and the applied approach on the other, with many examples, fully or partially solved problems, and historical remarks. An impressive amount of mathematics is covered. … This book can be warmly recommended as a basic source for the study of mathematics for advanced undergraduates or beginning graduate students in physics and applied mathematics, and also as a reference book for all working mathematicians and physicists."
About the Author
Sadri Hassani, Department of Physics, Illinois State University, USA
Inside This Book
(Learn More)Two and threedimensional vectors—undoubtedly familiar objects to the reader— can easily be generalized to higher dimensions. Read the first page
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Front Cover  Copyright  Table of Contents  Excerpt  Index  Back Cover
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