|Mathematics of Classical and Quantum Physics |
by Frederick W. Byron, Jr., Robert W. Fuller
Graduate-level text offers unified treatment of mathematics applicable to many branches of physics. Theory of vector spaces, analytic function theory, theory of integral equations, group theory, more. Many problems. Bibliography.
|Tensor Analysis for Physicists, Second Edition |
by J. A. Schouten
Rigorous, advanced mathematical explanation of classic tensor analysis, written by a founder of tensor calculus. Well-chosen physical examples of the theory involve elasticity, classical dynamics, relativity, and Dirac's matrix calculus. 1954 edition.
|Theoretical Physics: Second Edition |
by A. S. Kompaneyets
Rigorous, systematic study by renowned physicist offers advanced students a thorough background in mechanics, electrodynamics, quantum mechanics, and statistical mechanics. Numerous exercises, many with complete solutions. 1961 edition.
|Theoretical Nuclear Physics |
by John M. Blatt, Victor F. Weisskopf
An uncommonly clear and cogent investigation and correlation of key aspects of theoretical nuclear physics by leading experts: the nucleus, nuclear forces, nuclear spectroscopy, two-, three- and four-body problems, nuclear reactions, beta-decay and nuclear shell structure.
|Perturbation Techniques in Mathematics, Engineering and Physics |
by Richard Bellman
Graduate students receive a stimulating introduction to analytical approximation techniques for solving differential equations in this text, which introduces scientifically significant problems and indicates useful solutions. 1966 edition.
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|A Collection of Problems in Mathematical Physics |
by B. M Budak, A. Samarskii, A. N. Tikhonov
Outstanding, wide-ranging material on classification and reduction to canonical form of second-order differential equations; hyperbolic, parabolic, elliptic equations, more. Bibliography.
|Collision Theory |
by Marvin L. Goldberger, Kenneth M. Watson
This graduate-level text examines scattering processes and formal scattering theory, the two-body problem with central forces, scattering by noncentral forces, lifetime and decay of virtual states, more. 1964 edition.
|Eight Lectures on Theoretical Physics |
by Max Planck
Landmark lectures (1909) by Nobel Prize winner deal with application of quantum hypothesis to blackbody radiation, principle of least action, relativity theory, more. 1915 edition.
|Electrodynamics: Volume 1 of Pauli Lectures on Physics |
by Wolfgang Pauli
Comprehensive coverage of the historical development and current problems of electrodynamics, followed by sections on electrostatics and magnetostatics, steady-state currents, quasi-static fields, and rapidly varying fields.
|Equations of Mathematical Physics |
by A. N. Tikhonov, A. A. Samarskii
Thorough, rigorous advanced-undergraduate to graduate-level treatment of problems leading to partial differential equations. Hyperbolic, parabolic, elliptic equations; wave propagation in space, heat conduction in space, more. Problems. Appendixes.
|A First Look at Perturbation Theory |
by James G. Simmonds, James E. Mann, Jr.
This introductory text explains methods for obtaining approximate solutions to mathematical problems by exploiting the presence of small, dimensionless parameters. For engineering and physical science undergraduates.
|The Functions of Mathematical Physics |
by Harry Hochstadt
Comprehensive text provides a detailed treatment of orthogonal polynomials, principal properties of the gamma function, hypergeometric functions, Legendre functions, confluent hypergeometric functions, and Hill's equation.
|Fundamental Formulas of Physics, Volume One |
by Donald H. Menzel
Volume One of a two-volume set. This important work covers basic mathematical formulas, statistics, nomograms, physical constants, classical mechanics, special theory of relativity, general theory of relativity, and much more. 1955 edition.
|Fundamental Formulas of Physics, Volume Two |
by Donald H. Menzel
Volume Two of this two-volume set begins with Chapter 16 on geometrical optics. Other chapters are devoted to physical and electron optics, atomic and molecular spectra, quantum mechanics, cosmic rays and high-energy phenomena, magnetism, and celestial mechanics.
|Geometry and Light: The Science of Invisibility |
by Ulf Leonhardt, Thomas Philbin
Suitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate students of engineering, physics, and mathematics and scientific researchers of all types, this is the first authoritative text on invisibility and the science behind it. More than 100 full-color illustrations, plus exercises with solutions. 2010 edition.
|Group Theory and Its Application to Physical Problems |
by Morton Hamermesh
One of the best-written, most skillful expositions of group theory and its physical applications, directed primarily to advanced undergraduate and graduate students in physics, especially quantum physics. With problems.
|A Guide to Feynman Diagrams in the Many-Body Problem |
by Richard D. Mattuck
Superb introduction for nonspecialists covers Feynman diagrams, quasi particles, Fermi systems at finite temperature, superconductivity, vacuum amplitude, Dyson's equation, ladder approximation, more. "A great delight." — Physics Today. 1974 edition.
|Lectures on Nuclear Theory |
by L. Landau, Ya. Smorodinsky
Concise graduate-level treatment covers nuclear forces, nuclear structure, nuclear reactions, interactions of pi-mesons with nucleons, more. "A real jewel . . . should be in the hands of every student." — Nuclear Physics. 1959 edition.
|Lie Groups for Pedestrians |
by Harry J. Lipkin
This book shows how well-known methods of angular momentum algebra can be extended to treat other Lie groups. Chapters cover isospin, the three-dimensional harmonic oscillator, Young diagrams, more. 1966 edition.
|Mathematical Analysis of Physical Problems |
by Philip R. Wallace
Mathematical reference for theoretical physics links classical and modern physics. Topics include the vibrating string, linear vector spaces, the potential equation, problems of diffusion and attenuation, much more. 1972 edition.
|Mathematical Handbook for Scientists and Engineers: Definitions, Theorems, and Formulas for Reference and Review |
by Granino A. Korn, Theresa M. Korn
Convenient access to information from every area of mathematics: Fourier transforms, Z transforms, linear and nonlinear programming, calculus of variations, random-process theory, special functions, combinatorial analysis, game theory, much more.
|Mathematical Methods in Physics and Engineering |
by John W. Dettman
Algebraically based approach to vectors, mapping, diffraction, and other topics covers generalized functions, analytic function theory, Hilbert spaces, calculus of variations, boundary value problems, integral equations, more. 1969 edition.