Mathematical and Conceptual Foundations of 20th-Century Physics

Mathematical and Conceptual Foundations of 20th-Century Physics

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This book is primarily intended for Mathematicians, but students in the physical sciences will find here information not usually available in physics texts. The main aim of this book is to provide a unified mathematical account of the conceptual foundations of 20th-Century Physics, in a form suitable for a one-year survey course in Mathematics or Mathematical Physics. Emphasis is laid on the interlocked historical development of mathematical and physical ideas.Phys. 48 (1976), 119-130. Llosa, J. (1982): Relativistic action at a distance: classical and quantum aspects Lectures Notes in Physics 162, Springer, New York. ... Lowe, I. J. aamp; Norberg, R. E. (1957): Free-induction decay in solids, Phys. Rev. ... Mach, E. (1883b): On the concepts of electrostatics, in: Popular scientific lectures, Th. J. McCormack, transI., The Open Court Publ. ... 19, 19-32; 20, 21-37. Maxwellanbsp;...

Title:Mathematical and Conceptual Foundations of 20th-Century Physics
Author: G.G. Emch
Publisher:Elsevier - 2000-04-01

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