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Mathematica for Theoretical Physics: Electrodynamics, Quantum Mechanics, General Relativity, and Fractals
Mathematica for Theoretical Physics: Electrodynamics, Quantum Mechanics, General Relativity, and Fractals

Class-tested textbook that shows readers how to solve physical problems and deal with their underlying theoretical concepts while using Mathematica® to derive numeric and symbolic solutions.

Delivers dozens of fully interactive examples for learning and implementation, constants and formulae can readily be...

C++17 STL Cookbook
C++17 STL Cookbook

Key Features

  • Learn the latest features of C++ and how to write better code by using the Standard Library (STL). Reduce the development time for your applications.
  • Understand the scope and power of STL features to deal with real-world problems.
  • Compose your own algorithms without forfeiting...
The Finite Element Method Using MATLAB, Second Edition
The Finite Element Method Using MATLAB, Second Edition
Expanded to include a broader range of problems than the bestselling first edition, Finite Element Method Using MATLAB: Second Edition presents finite element approximation concepts, formulation, and programming in a format that effectively streamlines the learning process. It is written from a general engineering and mathematical...
Quantum Mechanics
Quantum Mechanics
Why yet another book on quantum mechanics? Quantum mechanics was born in the first quarter of the twentieth century and has received an enormous number of theoretical and experimental confirmations over the years. It is considered to be the fundamental physical paradigm, and has a wide range of applications, from cosmology to chemistry, and from...
Matrix and Tensor Calculus: With Applications to Mechanics, Elasticity and Aeronautics
Matrix and Tensor Calculus: With Applications to Mechanics, Elasticity and Aeronautics
This volume is based on a series of lectures on matrix calculus and tensor calculus, and their applications, given under the sponsorship of the Engineering, Science, and Management War Training (ESMWT) program, from August 1942 to March 1943. The group taking the course included a considerable number of outstanding research engineers and directors...
The Theory of Everything: The Origin and Fate of the Universe
The Theory of Everything: The Origin and Fate of the Universe

In this series of lectures I shall try to give an outline of what we think is the history of the universe from the big bang to black holes. In the first lecture I shall briefly review past ideas about the universe and how we got to our present picture. One might call this the history of the history of the universe.

In the second...

An Introduction to Quantum Computing Algorithms
An Introduction to Quantum Computing Algorithms
In 1994 Peter Shor [65] published a factoring algorithm for a quantum computer that finds the prime factors of a composite integer N more efficiently than is possible with the known algorithms for a classical com­ puter. Since the difficulty of the factoring problem is crucial for the se­ curity of a public key encryption system,...
Introductory Quantum Optics
Introductory Quantum Optics
Quantum optics is one of the liveliest fields in physics at present. While it has been a dominant research field for at least two decades, with much graduate activity, in the past few years it has started to impact the undergraduate curriculum. This book developed from courses we have taught to final year undergraduates and beginning graduate...
Statistical Approach to Quantum Field Theory: An Introduction (Lecture Notes in Physics)
Statistical Approach to Quantum Field Theory: An Introduction (Lecture Notes in Physics)

Over the past few decades the powerful methods of statistical physics and Euclidean quantum field theory have moved closer together, with common tools based on the use of path integrals. The interpretation of Euclidean field theories as particular systems of statistical physics has opened up new avenues for understanding strongly coupled...

The Theory of Differential Equations: Classical & Qualitative
The Theory of Differential Equations: Classical & Qualitative

Differential equations first appeared in the late seventeenth century in the work of Isaac Newton, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, and the Bernoulli brothers, Jakob and Johann. They occurred as a natural consequence of the efforts of these great scientists to apply the new ideas of the calculus to certain problems in mechanics, such as the paths of...

Forex for Beginners: A Comprehensive Guide to Profiting from the Global Currency Markets
Forex for Beginners: A Comprehensive Guide to Profiting from the Global Currency Markets

"Backed by a comprehensive list of studies, this book is a brilliant contribution on the connections between exchange rates and economics."

—Francesc Riverola, CEO and Founder of FXstreet.com
 

"Adam Kritzer has been covering the forex market for years as a...
Einstein, Physics and Reality
Einstein, Physics and Reality

Albert Einstein was one of the principal founders of the quantum and relativity theories. Until 1925, when the Bose-Einstein statistics was discovered, he made great contributions to the foundations of quantum theory. However, after the discovery of quantum mechanics by Heisenberg and wave mechanics by Schrodinger, with the consequent...

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