Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at Jan. 26, 2017

Published: 2013-11-19 | ISBN: 3319007971 | PDF | 452 pages | 4.8 MB

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at Jan. 26, 2017

Published: 2013-11-08 | ISBN: 3319008129 | PDF | 482 pages | 3.36 MB

Posted by **tanas.olesya** at Oct. 25, 2016

English | 19 Nov. 2013 | ISBN: 3319007971 | 458 Pages | PDF | 4 MB

This book provides an introduction into the fundamentals of non-relativistic quantum mechanics. The first part of a two-volume reference, it develops essential principles and supports learning with exercises and problems with solutions.

Posted by **step778** at Sept. 19, 2016

2013 | pages: 458 | ISBN: 3319007971 | PDF | 4 mb

Posted by **step778** at Sept. 19, 2016

2013 | pages: 480 | ISBN: 3319008129 | PDF | 5,4 mb

Posted by **interes** at June 19, 2015

English | 2015 | ISBN-10: 331916984X | 242 pages | pdf | 6,9 mb

Posted by **Underaglassmoon** at May 27, 2015

Springer | Physics Textbook | May 14 2015 | ISBN-10: 331916984X | 242 pages | pdf | 6.94mb

by Tilman Butz (Author)

Posted by **interes** at Nov. 12, 2014

English | 2014 | ISBN: 3319088211 | 224 pages | PDF | 5 MB

Understanding the dynamics of gauge theories is crucial, given the fact that all known interactions are based on the principle of local gauge symmetry. Beyond the perturbative regime, however, this is a notoriously difficult problem.

Posted by **tanas.olesya** at Sept. 16, 2014

Springer; 2006 edition | December 1, 2005 | English | ISBN: 354023165X | 207 pages | PDF | 5 MB

Covers Fourier transformation and Fourier series with a particular emphasis on window functions. Written for students and practitioners who deal with Fourier transformation. Including many illustrations and easy-to-solve exercises Presents serious science in an amusing way.

Posted by **ph4rr3l** at Dec. 29, 2013

November 19, 2013 | ISBN: 3319007971 | 400 pages | PDF | 5 MB

This book provides an introduction into the fundamentals of non-relativistic quantum mechanics. In Part 1, the essential principles are developed. Applications and extensions of the formalism can be found in Part 2. The book includes not only material that is presented in traditional textbooks on quantum mechanics, but also discusses in detail current issues such as interaction-free quantum measurements, neutrino oscillations, various topics in the field of quantum information as well as fundamental problems and epistemological questions, such as the measurement problem, entanglement, Bell's inequality, decoherence, and the realism debate. A chapter on current interpretations of quantum mechanics concludes the book.