Mathematical Methods in Physics – Samuel D. Lindenbaum – 1st Edition


This comprises a set of class notes in in . Normally taken by first year MA or PhD majors, the course can be used for senior undergraduates having the requisite background and majoring in , or other technically related fields.

Table of Content

  1. Vector and tensor analysis.
  2. vector fields.
  3. n-dimensional space.
  4. Hilbert space.
  5. functions of a complex variable.
  6. ordinary and partial differential equations.
  7. Green's functions.
  8. eigenvalue problems.
  9. wave equations.
  10. dispersion theory.
  11. problems with solutions.
  12. representing extensions to the theory.
  13. applications in areas of special relativity.
  14. electromagnetic theory, hydrodynamic heat conduction vibrating membranes.
  15. advanced and retarded d-functions.
  16. and other papers. (Part contents).

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