Mathematics for Physicists

Mathematics for Physicists

Author: Alexander Altland

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108471220

Page: 600

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Introduces fundamental concepts and computational methods of mathematics from the perspective of physicists.

Introduces fundamental concepts and computational methods of mathematics from the perspective of physicists.



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