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Selected Papers of Richard Feynman: With Commentary (World Scientific Series in 20th Century Physics)
Selected Papers of Richard Feynman: With Commentary (World Scientific Series in 20th Century Physics)

These scientific papers of Richard Feynman are renowned for their brilliant content and the author s striking original style. They are grouped by topic: path integral approach to the foundations of quantum mechanics and quantum field theory, renormalized quantum electrodynamics, theory of superfluid liquid helium, theory of the Fermi...

Imagining the Tenth Dimension: A New Way of Thinking About Time and Space
Imagining the Tenth Dimension: A New Way of Thinking About Time and Space

Reality, today's physicists tell us, is created by the vibrations of exquisitely tiny superstrings in ten spatial dimensions. Ten dimensions? Most of us have barely gotten used to the idea that there are four.

Using simple geometry and an easygoing writing style, author Rob Bryanton starts with the lower dimensions that we are...

Micromechanical Photonics (Microtechnology and MEMS)
Micromechanical Photonics (Microtechnology and MEMS)
The recent remarkable development of microsystems dates back to 1983 when Richard P. Feynman of California University delivered a speech to a large audience of scientists and engineers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He presented the concept of sacrificed etchingto fabricate a silicon micromotor, and pointed out the need for...
Quantum Gravitation: The Feynman Path Integral Approach
Quantum Gravitation: The Feynman Path Integral Approach
The book covers the theory of Quantum Gravitation from the point of view of Feynman path integrals. These provide a manifestly covariant approach in which fundamental quantum aspects of the theory such as radiative corrections and the renormalization group can be systematically and consistently addressed. The path integral method is suitable for...
Path Integrals in Physics Volume 2: Quantum Field Theory, Statistical Physics & Other Modern Applications
Path Integrals in Physics Volume 2: Quantum Field Theory, Statistical Physics & Other Modern Applications
This book covers the fundamentals of path integrals, both the Wiener and Feynman types, and their many applications in physics. It deals with systems that have an infinite number of degrees of freedom. The book discusses the general physical background and concepts of the path integral approach used, followed by the most typical and important...
Path Integrals in Physics Volume 1: Stochastic Process & Quantum Mechanics
Path Integrals in Physics Volume 1: Stochastic Process & Quantum Mechanics
The importance of path-integral methods in theoretical physics can hardly be disputed. Their applications in most branches of modern physics have proved to be extremely fruitful not only for solving already existing problems but also as a guide for the formulation and development of essentially new ideas and approaches in the description of...
Great Physicists: The Life and Times of Leading Physicists from Galileo to Hawking
Great Physicists: The Life and Times of Leading Physicists from Galileo to Hawking

Here is a lively history of modern physics, as seen through the lives of thirty men and women from the pantheon of physics.

William H. Cropper vividly portrays the life and accomplishments of such giants as Galileo and Isaac Newton, Marie Curie and Ernest Rutherford, Albert Einstein and Niels Bohr, right up to contemporary figures...

The Character of Physical Law (Messenger Lectures, 1964)
The Character of Physical Law (Messenger Lectures, 1964)

In these Messenger Lectures, originally delivered at Cornell University and recorded for television by the BBC, Richard Feynman offers an overview of selected physical laws and gathers their common features into one broad principle of invariance. He maintains at the outset that the importance of a physical law is not "how clever...

Minds, Machines, and the Multiverse: The Quest for the Quantum Computer
Minds, Machines, and the Multiverse: The Quest for the Quantum Computer
Just how smart can computers get? Science journalist Julian Brown takes a hard look at the spooky world of quantum computation in Minds, Machines, and the Multiverse--and his report is optimistic. Based in large part on the groundbreaking work of David Deutsch, the book mostly sidesteps the shouting matches of the AI debate and...
Iconoclast: A Neuroscientist Reveals How to Think Differently
Iconoclast: A Neuroscientist Reveals How to Think Differently

No organization can survive without iconoclasts -- innovators who single-handedly upturn conventional wisdom and manage to achieve what so many others deem impossible.

Though indispensable, true iconoclasts are few and far between. In Iconoclast, neuroscientist Gregory Berns explains why. He explores the constraints
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Hypernumbers and Extrafunctions: Extending the Classical Calculus (SpringerBriefs in Mathematics)
Hypernumbers and Extrafunctions: Extending the Classical Calculus (SpringerBriefs in Mathematics)

“Hypernumbers and Extrafunctions” presents a rigorous mathematical approach to operate with infinite values. First, concepts of real and complex numbers are expanded to include a new universe of numbers called hypernumbers which includes infinite quantities. This brief extends classical calculus based on real functions by...

Feynman Lectures On Gravitation (Frontiers in Physics)
Feynman Lectures On Gravitation (Frontiers in Physics)

During the 1962-63 academic year, Richard Feynman taught a course at Caltech on gravitation. Taking an untraditional approach to the subject, Feynman aimed the course at advanced graduate students and postdoctoral fellows who were familiar with the methods of relativistic quantum field theory-in particular, with Feynman-diagram perturbation...

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