Compendium of Quantum Physics: Concepts, Experiments, History and Philosophy
With contributions by many of today's leading quantum physicists, philosophers and historians, including three Nobel laureates, this comprehensive A to Z of quantum physics provides a lucid understanding of the key concepts of quantum theory and experiment. It covers technical and interpretational aspects alike, and includes both...
Bridges to Infinity: The Human Side of Mathematics Most of the reasons that I have written this book can be explained in terms of what reportedly happened one day in the eighteenth century when the great German mathematician Leonhard Euler confronted the eminent French scholar and atheist Denis Diderot with a spurious mathematical proof for the existence of God. Euler, it seems, accepted an... Quaternions for Computer Graphics
More than 50 years ago when I was studying to become an electrical engineer,
I came across complex numbers, which were used to represent out-of-phase voltages
and currents using the j operator. I believe that the letter j was used, rather
than i, because the latter stood for electrical current. So from the very start of my
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