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Generalized Analytic Functions – Vekua
In this post, we will see the book Generalized Analytic Functions by I. Vekua. About the book THIS book is concerned with foundations of the general theory of generalized analytic functions and some applications to problems of differential geometry and … Continue reading
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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Quantum Mechanics – Sokolov, Loskutov, Ternov
In this post, we will see the book Quantum Mechanics by A. A. Sokolov, T. M. Loksutov, I. M. Ternov. About the book This book is specifically a “textbook” for learning the physical content of quantum mechanics. There is a … Continue reading
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Tagged angular momentum, atomic physics, black body radiation, dirac wave equation, electron spin, elementary particles, hydrogen atom, kleingordon scalar relativistic wave equation, light, nuclear physics, operators, photoelectric effect, potential, quantum mechanics, relativistic, schroedinger equation, specific heat, spectra, spin, statistical interpretation, theory, theory of radiation, time dependent, time independent, vacuum
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Operational Methods – Maslov
In this post, we will see the book Operational Methods by V. P. Maslov. …This book is devoted to one, but sufficiently general operational method, which absorbs many operational methods known to date and allows for the uniform solution of … Continue reading
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Tagged algebra, asymptotic methods, calculus, canonical transformations, cauchy problem, dissipation, eigenfunctions, functions, hamiltonjacobi equations, homomorphism, lagranian, Lie Nilpotent Algebra, mathematics, Noncommutative, operational calculus, operational method, operators, schmidt space, spectrum, tproducts, theorem
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