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Generalized Functions (Vols. 16) – Gelfand, Shilov, Graev, Vilenkin, PyatetskiiShapiro
In this post we will see the six volume set of Generalized Functions by I. M. Gelfand, G. E. Shilov, M. I. Graev, N. Ya. Vilenkin, I. I. PyatetskiiShapiro. About the books The first systematic theory of generalized functions (also … Continue reading
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Tagged 2 spaces, analysis, automorphic forms, cauchy problems, complex space, convolution, decomposition, differential equations, differentiation, fields, fourier transforms, general spaces, generalized eigenfunctions, generalized functions, generalized random processes, harmonic analysis, homogeneous spaces, integral geometry, integration, k spaces, kernel theorem, lie groups, linear topological spaces, lorentz group, mathematics, measure, nuclear spaces, number theory, operators, padic fields, paleywiener theorem, partial differential equations, particular types, positive deifinite generalized functions, power series, properties, radon transform, representation theory, rigged hilbert space, rings, s spaces, schwartz spaces, soviet, subgroups, theory, transforms, types spaces, unimodular matrices, uniqueness of solutions
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Vector Aanalysis – Krasnov, Kiselev, Makarenko
In this post, we will see the book Vector Analysis by M.L. Krasnov, A.I. Kiselev, G.I. Makarenko. About the book: The present collection of problems in vector analysis contains the required minimum of problems and exercises for the course … Continue reading
Optics – Matveev
We had previously seen Mechanics and Theory of Relativity, and Electricity and Magnetism by A. N. Matveev. In this post we will see another book, Optics by this great author. From the preface The subject matter of the book is … Continue reading
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Tagged aerodynamic interference, blackbody radiation, coherence, desipersion, diffraction, doppler effect, electromagnetism, energy, fields, fourier series, geometrical optics, holography, images, interferometry, lasers, lens, matveev, mir books, modulation, momentum, optics, photometry, polarization, quantum mechanics, radiation, reflection, refraction, scattering, spectral analysis, spectral lines, superposition, thin films, wave packets, waves
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Something Called Nothing – Podolny
The present book relates the history of views, the development of ideas, often ones that are still in the making. In this post we will see a book about nothing! The curios title of the book is Something Called Nothing … Continue reading
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Tagged dirac sea, elementary particles, ether, fields, history of science, mir publishers, neutrino, physics, planck length, popular science, quantum mecha, vacuum, void
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Little Mathematics Library – Algebraic Equations of Arbitrary Degrees
After a long gap we start again with the Little Mathematics Library series. The first one that we see is Algebraic Equations of Arbitrary Degrees by A. G. Kurosh. This booklet is a revision of the author’s lecture to high … Continue reading
Matter and Man – Vasilyev, Stanyukovich
We come to a book by M. Vasilyev, K. Stanyukovich titled Matter and Man. The book talks about the various aspects of matter and how man (humans!) has come to control them and use them. The book thematically explores solids, … Continue reading
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Tagged cosmic clouds, explosion, fields, jets, plasma, universe, vacuum
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