4 edition of Topics in physical mathematics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||QC20 .M347 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 442 p. :|
|Number of Pages||442|
|LC Control Number||2010933531|
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“Topics in physical mathematics is a quite unique account of some of the mathematical background necessary for a beginner entering the field. the book offers an introduction and overview of some of the remarkable results that have been obtained in the first three decades of research in ‘physical mathematics’.
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the book offers an introduction and overview of some of the remarkable results that have been obtained in the first three decades of research in ‘physical mathematics’. will be quite useful as a reference and overview of Brand: Springer-Verlag London.
As many readers know, the 20th century was a time when the fields of science and mathematics were seen as two separate entities. Physical Topics in Mathematics demonstrates how various physical theories have played a crucial role in the developments of mathematics and geometric topology. Get this from a library.
Topics in Physical Mathematics. [Kishore Marathe] -- The roots of 'physical mathematics' can be traced back to the very beginning of man's attempts to understand nature.
Indeed, mathematics and physics were part of what was called natural philosophy. Aimed at a wide audience, this self-contained book includes a detailed background from both mathematics and theoretical physics to enable a deeper understanding of the role that physical theories play in mathematics.
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The latter is what the author calls physical mathematics: mathematics that’s inspired and motivated by physics. When you skim through the table of contents of the book, you will see that the topics the author deems belong to physical mathematics are varied and diverse.
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