Posted by **rotten comics** at Nov. 26, 2016

2005 | ISBN: 0387213864, 1441919465 | English | 558 pages | PDF | 4 MB

Posted by **arundhati** at Jan. 28, 2016

2015 | ISBN: 3662480107 | 240 pages | EPUB | 0,6 MB

Posted by **tanas.olesya** at Dec. 11, 2015

English | 30 Nov. 2006 | ISBN: 1888690267 | 164 Pages | PDF | 11 MB

The result is a fresh and instructive look at the strategy and tactics of the American legend, and their relevance to the modern approach to the royal game.

Posted by **tanas.olesya** at Feb. 11, 2015

English | Mar 10, 1998 | ISBN: 9810241054 | 673 Pages | PDF | 5 MB

Although there are many textbooks that deal with the formal apparatus of quantum mechanics (Qm) and its application to standard problems, none take into account the developments in the foundations of the subject which have taken place in the last few decades.

Posted by **Alexpal** at Oct. 5, 2011

S…pringer; 1 edition (June 9, 2004) | ISBN: 1402023340 | 357 pages | PDF | 4 Mb

Towards the end of the nineteenth century, Frege gave us the abstraction principles and the general notion of functions. Self-application of functions was at the heart of Russell's paradox. This led Russell to introduce type theory in order to avoid the paradox. Since, the twentieth century has seen an amazing number of theories concerned with types and functions and many applications. Progress in computer science also meant more and more emphasis on the use of logic, types and functions to study the syntax, semantics, design and implementation of programming languages and theorem provers, and the correctness of proofs and programs. The authors of this book have themselves been leading the way by providing various extensions of type theory which have been shown to bring many advantages. This book gathers much of their influential work and is highly recommended for anyone interested in type theory.

Posted by **DZ123** at Jan. 20, 2010

Publisher: Russell Enterprises | ISBN: 1888690267 | edition 2006 | PDF | 164 pages | 11 mb

In 1857, a soft-spoken genius from New Orleans burst upon the chess scene. Paul Morphy dazzled the chess world with breathtaking combinations that seemed to arise from thin air. In his brief chess career, he was universally recognized as the best in the world. International grandmaster Valeri Beim takes a close look at the play of the mid-19th century champion, putting his games under a modern, 21st-century analytical microscope. The result is a fresh and instructive look at the strategy and tactics of the American legend, and their relevance to the modern approach to the royal game.

Posted by **j1foo** at Nov. 25, 2006

Springer | ISBN 0387213864 | 2005 Year | PDF | 3,41 Mb | 556 Pages

Quantum field theory, which started with Paul Dirac’s work shortly after the discovery of quantum mechanics, has produced an impressive and important array of results. Quantum electrodynamics, with its extremely accurate and well-tested predictions, and the standard model of electroweak and chromodynamic (nuclear) forces are examples of successful theories. Field theory has also been applied to a variety of phenomena in condensed matter physics, including superconductivity, superfluidity and the quantum Hall effect. The concept of the renormalization group has given us a new perspective on field theory in general and on critical phenomena in particular. At this stage, a strong case can be made that quantum field theory is the mathematical and intellectual framework for describing and understanding all physical phenomena, except possibly for a quantum theory of gravity.

Quantum Field Theory: A Modern Perspective presents Professor Nair’s view of certain topics in field theory loosely knit together as it grew out of courses on field theory and particle physics taught at Columbia University and the City College of CUNY. The first few chapters, up to Chapter 12, contain material that generally goes into any course on quantum field theory, although there are a few nuances of presentation which readers may find to be different from other books. This first part of the book can be used for a general course on field theory, omitting, perhaps, the last three sections in Chapter 3, the last two in Chapter 8 and sections 6 and 7 in Chapter 10. The remaining chapters cover some of the more modern developments over the last three decades, involving topological and geometrical features. The introduction given to the mathematical basis of this part of the discussion is necessarily brief and should be accompanied by books on the relevant mathematical topics as indicated in the bibliography. Professor Nair also concentrates on developments pertinent to a better understanding of the standard model. There is no discussion of supersymmetry, supergravity, developments in field theory inspired by string theory, etc. There is also no detailed discussion of the renormalization group. Each of these topics would require a book in its own right to do justice to the topic. Quantum Field Theory: A Modern Perspective serves as a portal to so many more topics of detailed and ongoing research, referring readers to more detailed treatments for many specific topics. The book also contains extensive references, providing readers a more comprehensive perspective on the literature and the historical development of the subject.

V. Parameswaran Nair is Professor of Physics at City College of The City University of New York (CUNY). Professor Nair has held Visiting Professorships at The Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics, Rockefeller University, Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Posted by **step778** at Aug. 22, 2016

2004 | pages: 376 | ISBN: 1402023340 | DJVU | 3,5 mb

Posted by **nebulae** at Dec. 2, 2015

English | ISBN: 3662480107 | 2015 | 240 pages | PDF | 2 MB

Posted by **step778** at July 30, 2015

2006 | pages: 455 | ISBN: 1584886331 | PDF | 3,5 mb