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eBook Mathematics for Physicists (Dover Books on Physics) download ISBN: 0486691934
Author: André Krzywicki,Philippe Dennery
Publisher: Dover Publications; unknown edition (August 14, 1996)
Language: English
Pages: 416
ePub: 1980 kb
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Category: Math Sciences
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Philippe Dennery (Author), André Krzywicki (Author)

Philippe Dennery (Author), André Krzywicki (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0486691930. This book is wholly about Mathematics, not Physics (there are, however, a section of 4 pages on applications of conformal mapping to Electrostatics and a few other such sections), and its level of rigour is probably higher than the typical Mathematical Physics text. But how does it compare with the requirements of a Mathematics text?

This is an excellent book for physicists looking for a familiar notation.

This is an excellent book for physicists looking for a familiar notation. Various subjects are treated rigorously and in an engaging manner. Definitely recommended for self study. But how does it compare with the requirements of a Mathematics text?

Philippe Dennery, Andre Krzywicki. Excellent text provides thorough background in mathematics needed to understand today's more advanced topics in physics and engineering.

Philippe Dennery, Andre Krzywicki. Topics include theory of functions of a complex variable, linear vector spaces, tensor calculus, Fourier series and transforms, special functions, more. Rigorous theoretical development; problems solved in great detail.

An outstandingly complete collection of mathematical material of wide application in physics. Mathematics for Physicists Dover Books on Physics. Philippe Dennery, André Krzywicki. Издание: перепечатанное. invaluable to the reader intent on increasing his knowledge of the mathematical theories and techniques underlying physics.

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"A fine example of how to present 'classical' physical mathematics." — American ScientistWritten for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, this volume provides a thorough background in the mathematics needed to understand today's more advanced topics in physics and engineering. Without sacrificing rigor, the authors develop the theoretical material at length, in a highly readable, and, wherever possible, in an intuitive manner. Each abstract idea is accompanied by a very simple, concrete example, showing the student that the abstraction is merely a generalization from easily understood specific cases. The notation used is always that of physicists. The more specialized subjects, treated as simply as possible, appear in small print; thus, it is easy to omit them entirely or to assign them to the more ambitious student.Among the topics covered are the theory of analytic functions, linear vector spaces and linear operators, orthogonal expansions (including Fourier series and transforms), theory of distributions, ordinary and partial differential equations and special functions: series solutions, Green's functions, eigenvalue problems, integral representations. "An outstandingly complete collection of mathematical material of wide application in physics . . . invaluable to the reader intent on increasing his knowledge of the mathematical theories and techniques underlying physics." — Applied Optics

Comments: (7)
Vonalij
This book is fantastic in its discussion and pedagogy. It covers a lot of important topics concisely without becoming a complicated collection of facts. The authors manage to build up the various topics in a systematic manner that greatly helps the beginner student. Overall highly recommended for its valuable content and style of presentation.
shustrik
This book was recommended back when I was in grad school. All the Optics students loved it. It is clear and concise.
Lightbinder
This is a cheap and handy math reference. The book is very comprehensive, covering most topic one would need refreshing. I strongly recommend buying it.
Qus
This is an excellent book if you have a little background beforehand of the topics covered in this book. Though authors try to cover the topics right from the beginning and they do it quite well, I couldn't benefit much from it as I had not studied the topics covered in this book before. I had to go back to the text books to study each of the topics and then I hope to come back to the book again. I really wouldn't blame the authors, as the topics they are trying to cover in one chapter are full fledged one-semester courses each. It is not easy to cover one semester course in one chapter.

The bottomline is - There is no way to by-pass your undergrad textbooks. if you've studied those before, this book will work very good for you.
PC-rider
Having never really followed a course in a classroom, I have always tried to find books that are suitable for self-study. This book does an excellent job in that quarter. This is an excellent book for physicists looking for a familiar notation. Various subjects are treated rigorously and in an engaging manner. Definitely recommended for self study.
Gavirgas
Great product and quick delivery.
Goldenfang
The printing is not very clear; Dover is in short of ink?
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