



A Course in Theoretical Physics
This book is a comprehensive account of five extended modulescovering the key branches of twentiethcentury theoretical physics,taught by the author over a period of three decades to students onbachelor and master university degree courses in both physics andtheoretical physics.
The modules cover nonrelativistic quantum mechanics,...   Groups and Symmetries: From Finite Groups to Lie Groups (Universitext)The theory of group representations is a fundamental subject at the intersection of algebra, geometry and analysis, with innumerable applications in other domains of pure mathematics and in the physical sciences: chemistry, molecular biology and physics, in particular crystallography, classical and quantum mechanics and quantum field theory. ...   Probability and Schrodinger's Mechanics
The presentation and interpretation of (nonrelativistic) quantum mechanics is a very wellworked area of study; there have to be very good reasons for adding to the literature on this subject.
My reasons are (obviously) that I am far from satisfied with much of the published work and find difficulties with some points, in... 


Einstein, Physics and Reality
Albert Einstein was one of the principal founders of the quantum and relativity theories. Until 1925, when the BoseEinstein statistics was discovered, he made great contributions to the foundations of quantum theory. However, after the discovery of quantum mechanics by Heisenberg and wave mechanics by Schrodinger, with the consequent...   Introductory Nuclear PhysicsIn the half dozen years or so since the first publication of Introductory Nuclear Physics, there have been several new developments and changes in the emphasis in the field. This, together with the enthusiastic feedback from colleagues and students, makes it imperative to publish a new edition.
For an active topic of research, a textbook...   Quantum Circuit SimulationQuantum Circuit Simulation covers the fundamentals of linear algebra and introduces basic concepts of quantum physics needed to understand quantum circuits and algorithms. It requires only basic familiarity with algebra, graph algorithms and computer engineering. After introducing necessary background, the authors describe key simulation... 



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