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  • Applied Differential Geometryby Vladimir G Ivancevic; Tijana T Ivancevic

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2007; US$ 245.70

    This graduate-level monographic textbook treats applied differential geometry from a modern scientific perspective. Co-authored by the originator of the world’s leading human motion simulator — “Human Biodynamics Engine”, a complex, 264-DOF bio-mechanical system, modeled by differential-geometric tools — this is the first book... more...

  • Special Relativityby U.E. Schroder; P. Roman

    World Scientific Publishing Company 1990; US$ 26.39

    This book provides a thorough discussion of the concepts and main consequences of special relativity. Treated in detail are the Lorentz transformations, their kinematical consequences (the so-called paradoxes), relativistic mechanics, electrodynamics as an example of a relativistic field theory, and the principal features of relativistic hydrodynamics.... more...

  • The Special Theory of Relativity for Mathematics Studentsby Peter Lorimer

    World Scientific Publishing Company 1990; US$ 69.16

    One of the problems facing mathematics and physics is that mathematicians and physicists speak languages that the others find hard to understand. These notes take a fundamental part of physics, the special theory of relativity and describe it in terms that can be understood by mathematics students who have studied the two basic undergraduate topics,... more...

  • Mathematical Logic for Computer Science: 2by Lu Zhongwan

    World Scientific Publishing Company 1998; US$ 60.06

    Mathematical logic is essentially related to computer science. This book describes the aspects of mathematical logic that are closely related to each other, including classical logic, constructive logic, and modal logic. This book is intended to attend to both the peculiarities of logical systems and the requirements of computer science.In this edition,... more...

  • Quantum Theory of Angular Momentumby D.A. Varshalovich

    World Scientific Publishing Company 1988; US$ 40.95

    This is the most complete handbook on the quantum theory of angular momentum. Containing basic definitions and theorems as well as relations, tables of formula and numerical tables which are essential for applications to many physical problems, the book is useful for specialists in nuclear and particle physics, atomic and molecular spectroscopy, plasma... more...

  • Differential Geometry for Physicists and Mathematiciansby José G. Vargas

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2014; US$ 71.89

    This is a book that the author wishes had been available to him when he was student. It reflects his interest in knowing (like expert mathematicians) the most relevant mathematics for theoretical physics, but in the style of physicists. This means that one is not facing the study of a collection of definitions, remarks, theorems, corollaries, lemmas,... more...

  • Statisticsby E. E. Bassett; J. M. Bremner; B. J. T. Morgan; I. T. Jolliffe; B. Jones; P. M. North

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2000; US$ 38.22

    Originally published in 1986, this book consists of 100 problems in probability and statistics, together with solutions and, most importantly, extensive notes on the solutions. The level of sophistication of the problems is similar to that encountered in many introductory courses in probability and statistics. At this level, straightforward solutions... more...

  • The Physics of the Standard Model and Beyondby T. Morii; C. S. Lim; S. N. Mukherjee

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2004; US$ 92.82

    This book provides a unified description of elementary particle interactions and the underlying theories, namely the Standard Model and beyond. The authors have aimed at a concise presentation but have taken care that all the basic concepts are clearly described. Written primarily for graduate students in theoretical and experimental particle physics... more...

  • Differential Geometry and Kinematics of Continuaby John D. Clayton

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2014; US$ 49.14

    This book provides definitions and mathematical derivations of fundamental relationships of tensor analysis encountered in nonlinear continuum mechanics and continuum physics, with a focus on finite deformation kinematics and classical differential geometry. Of particular interest are anholonomic aspects arising from a multiplicative decomposition... more...

  • Methods of Differential Geometry in Classical Field Theoriesby Manuel de León; Modesto Salgado; Silvia Vilariño

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2015; US$ 77.35

    This book is devoted to review two of the most relevant approaches to the study of classical field theories of the first order, say k-symplectic and k-cosymplectic geometry. This approach is also compared with others like multisymplectic formalism. It will be very useful for researchers working in classical field theories and graduate students interested... more...