4,807
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Jun 3, 2013
06/13
by
Prof. Michael Corral
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This book covers elementary trigonometry. It is suitable for a onesemester course at the college level, though it could also be used in high schools
Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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2,662
2.7K
1997
1997
by
Prof. Charles Grinstead;Prof. Laurie Snell
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This text is designed for an introductory probability course taken by sophomores, juniors, and seniors in mathematics, the physical and social sciences, engineering, and computer science. It presents a thorough treatment of probability ideas and techniques necessary for a �rm understanding of the subject. The text can be used in a variety of course lengths, levels, and areas of emphasis
Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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22K
2012
2012
by
David Lippman;Jeff Eldridge;Mike Kenyon;Lawrence Morales;Melonie Rasmussen
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Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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Richard Fitzpatrick
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The purpose of this course is to present quantum mechanics in a systematic fashion, starting from the fundamental postulates, and developing the theory in as logical a manner as possible.
Topics: Physics, Quantum Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, Measurement Theory,...
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Richard Fitzpatrick
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What is classical mechanics? Classical mechanics is the study of the motion of bodies (including the special case in which bodies remain at rest) in accordance with the general principles �rst enunciated by Sir Isaac Newton in his Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (1687), commonly known as the Principia. Classical mechanics was the �rst branch of Physics to be discovered, and is the foundation upon which all other branches of Physics are built. Moreover, classical mechanics has...
Topic: Maths
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This book begins with four special families of matrices�simple and useful, absolutely basic. We look �rst at the properties of these particular matrices Kn,Cn, Tn,and Bn. (Some properties are obvious, others are hidden.) It is terri�c to practice linear algebra by working with genuinely important matrices.
Topics: Maths, Linear Algebra and Geometry, Numerical Analysis, Linear Algebra, Linear Algebraic Systems,...
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May 1, 2009
05/09
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Prof. Dave Witte Morris;Prof. Joy Morris
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well as in the application of mathematics to the rest of the world involve many variables
Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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2000
2000
by
Trench, William F., 1931
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Elementary Differential Equations with Boundary Value Problems is written for students in science, engineering, and mathematics who have completed calculus through partial differentiation. In writing this book I have been guided by the these principles: 1. An elementary text should be written so the student can read it with comprehension without too much pain. I have tried to put myself in the student�s place, and have chosen to err on the side of too much detail rather than not enough. 2. An...
Topics: Maths, Differential Equations (ODEs & PDEs), Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs), Linear...
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Nov 20, 2012
11/12
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Prof. John Erdman
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The current set of notes is an activityoriented companion to the study of real analysis. It is intended as a pedagogical companion for the beginner, an introduction to some of the main ideas in real analysis, a compendium of problems I think are useful in learning the subject, and an annotated reading/reference list
Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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Oct 11, 2012
10/12
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Peter M. Neumann
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These notes are intended as a rough guide to the eightlecture course Introduction to Pure Mathematics which is a part of the Oxford 1styear undergraduate course for the Preliminary Examination in Mathematics. Please do not expect a polished account. They are my personal lecture notes, not a carefully checked textbook. Nevertheless, I hope they may be of some help.
Topic: Maths
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The biggest step from derivatives with one variable to derivatives with many variables is from one to two. After that, going from two to three was just more algebra and more complicated pictures. Now the step will be from a �nite number of variables to an in�nite number. That will require a new set of tools, yet in many ways the techniques are not very di_erent from those you know. If you�ve never read chapter 19 of volume II of the Feynman Lectures in Physics, now would be a good time....
Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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Joel G. Broida;S. Gill Williamson
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This text discusses the theory of finitedimensional vector spaces in sufficient detail to enable the reader to understand and solve most linear algebra problems in mathematics and physics likely to be encountered outside of specialized research.
Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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3.8K
May 21, 2013
05/13
by
Prof. Michael Corral
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This book covers calculus in two and three variables. It is suitable for a onesemester course, normally known as �Vector Calculus�, �Multivariable Calculus�, or simply �Calculus III�. The prerequisites are the standard courses in singlevariable calculus (a.k.a. Calculus I and II).
Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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Roughly speaking, a differential equation is an equation involving the derivatives of one or more unknown functions. In calculus (differential, integral and vector), you�ve studied ways of analyzing functions. You might even have been convinced that functions you meet in applications arise naturally from physical principles. As we shall see, differential equations arise naturally from general physical principles. In many cases, the functions you met in calculus in applications to physics were...
Topic: Maths
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Edward A. Bender;S. Gill Williamson
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Parts I and II deal with two fundamental aspects of combinatorics: enumeration and graph theory. �Enumeration� can mean either counting or listing things. Mathematicians have generally limited their attention to counting, but listing plays an important role in computer science, so we discuss both aspects. After introducing the basic concepts of �graph theory� in Part II, we present a variety of applications of interest in computer science and mathematics. Induction and recursion play a...
Topics: Combinatorics, Mathematics
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These notes are drawn from lectures given at University College Cork in the spring of 2006, for a �rst year introduction to linear algebra. The course aims for a complete proof of the spectral theorem. Problems appear throughout the text, which you must learn to solve. They often provide vital results used in the course. Most of these problems have hints, particularly the more important ones. There are also review problems at the end of each section, and you should try to solve a few from...
Topics: Maths, Linear Algebra and Geometry, Algebra, Numerical Analysis, Vectors and Matrices, Linear...
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Richard Fitzpatrick
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This book presents a single semester course on Newtonian dynamics that is intended primarily for upperdivision (i.e., junior and senior) undergraduate students majoring in physics. A thorough understanding of physics at the lowerdivision level, including a basic working knowledge of the laws of mechanics, is assumed. It is also taken for granted that students are familiar with the fundamentals of integral and differential calculus, complex analysis, ordinary differential equations, and linear...
Topics: Physics, Classical Mechanics, Classical Mechanics of Discrete Systems, Physics
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335
Dec 28, 2010
12/10
by
Peter Dourmashkin
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Topics: Physics, Classical Mechanics, Classical Mechanics of Discrete Systems, General Theory of Classical...
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Feb 29, 2012
02/12
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Prof. Jim Hefferon
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on functions involving a single independent variable and a single dependent variable. For
Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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2,684
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May 1, 2012
05/12
by
William F. Trench
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The book is designed to �ll the gaps left in the development of calculus as it is usually presented in an elementary course, and to provide the background required for insight into more advanced courses in pure and applied mathematics.
Topics: Real Numbers, Analysis, Mathematics
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1.7K
2012
2012
by
Peter Ouwehand
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These notes are for a short course in set theory at the undergraduate level at Stellenbosch University. No pretense at orignality is claimed. Though ampli�ed by material from a number of additional sources, the debt to the �rst few chapters of the book Set Theory, by Thomas Jech, Springer 2003, should be easily discernible.
Topics: Maths, Logic, Numbers and Set Theory, Set Theory, Mathematics
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3,439
3.4K
Sep 2, 2011
09/11
by
David H. Collingwood;K. David Prince;Matthew M. Conroy
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This book is full of worked out examples. We use the the notation �Soluttion.� to indicate where the reasoning for a problem begins; the symbol is used to indicate the end of the solution to a problem. There is a Table of Contents that is useful in helping you �nd a topic treated earlier in the course. It is also a good rough outline when it comes time to study for the �nal examination. The book also includes an index at the end. Finally, there is an appendix at the end of the text with...
Topic: Mathematics
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405
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The lectures cover classical and quantum statistical mechanics with some emphasis on classical spin systems. I give also an introduction to Bose condensation and super�uidity but I do not discuss phenomena speci�c to Fermi particles, being covered by other lecturers.
Topic: Maths
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Jan 12, 2006
01/06
by
Keith Reckdahl
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This document describes �rst how to import graphics into LATEX documents and then covers a wide variety issues about their use.
Topics: Maths, Study Guides, Study Skills and Assignment Guidelines, Learning Latex, Mathematics
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Topics: Maths, Analysis and Calculus, Complex Analysis, Mathematics
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These notes cover the development of the current scienti�c concepts of space and time through history, emphasizing the newest developments and ideas.The presentation will be nonmathematical: the concepts will be introduced and explained, but no real calculations will be performed. The various concepts will be introduced in a historical order (whenever possible), this provides a measure of understanding as to how the ideas on which the modern theory of space and time is based were developed....
Topic: Maths
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2,036
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Dec 1, 2000
12/00
by
Prof. Peter J. Cameron
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This course introduces the basic notions of probability theory and develops them to the stage where one can begin to use probabilistic ideas in statistical inference and modelling, and the study of stochastic processes. Probability axioms. Conditional probability and independence. Discrete random variables and their distributions. Continuous distributions. Joint distributions. Independence. Expectations. Mean, variance, covariance, correlation. Limiting distributions
Topic: Mathematics
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2008
2008
by
Keijo Ruohonen
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The notes form the base text for the course �MAT41196 Graph Theory�. They containan introduction to basic concepts and results in graph theory, with a special emphasis put onthe networktheoretic circuitcut dualism. In many ways a model was the elegant and carefulpresentation of SWAMY & THULASIRAMAN, especially the older (and better) edition. There areof course many modern textbooks with similar contents, e.g. the popular GROSS & YELLEN.
Topics: Graph Theory, Basics, Connectivity and Matchings, Graph Colouring, Planar Graphs, Matchings in...
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113
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This is a practical essay on teaching, anchored by a few underlying observations.
Topics: Maths, Study Guides, Study Skills and Assignment Guidelines, Mathematics
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Mr. Travis Byington;Lawrence Evans;Mr. Ryan Magee;Hao Zhang
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Topics: Physics, Electromagnetism and Electromagnetic Radiation, Classical Electromagnetism�,...
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293
2004
2004
by
Mark Hindmarsh
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Aim: to introduce 1st year physics graduate students to the theory of quantum �elds. Learning outcomes: By the end of the course the student should be able to: perform fourvector algebra; derive the EulerLagrange equations for any �eld theory; understand and apply Noether�s Theorem; give an account of the canonical quantisation procedure for �elds; explain how transition amplitudes are calculated in �eld theory; write down and calculate simple Feynman graphs; give an account of...
Topic: Maths
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497
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I will use the rationalised LorentzHeaviside system throughout (explained in Section 1). I will also assume, as prerequisite, that you know (i) the ordinary noncovariant form of Maxwell�s equations; (ii) the basic postulates of the Special Theory of Relativity, and (iii) how to get the Lagrangian and the Hamiltonian of a particle. In fact, for a certain section, I have to use the Lagrangian formulation for a �eld, but probably you have already encountered that in your Classical Mechanics...
Topics: Physics, Electromagnetism and Electromagnetic Radiation, Classical Electromagnetism�,...
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465
Nov 11, 2011
11/11
by
Frederique Oggier
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These notes were written to suit the contents of the course �Algebraic methods� given at NTU from August to October 2009, 2010 and 2011. Exercises have been collected during these past years from di_erent sources.
Topic: Maths
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1,261
1.3K
Jul 1, 2011
07/11
by
Sergei Treil
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Topics: Linear Algebra, Vectors, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors, Determinant and Trace, Dual of a...
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666
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These notes give a concise exposition of the theory of �elds, including the Galois theory of �nite and in�nite extensions and the theory of transcendental extensions. The �rst six sections form a standard course. Chapters 7 and 8 are more advanced, and are required for algebraic number theory and algebraic geometry repspectively.
Topic: Maths
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1.6K
May 29, 2013
05/13
by
Ji_� Lebl
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This book is a one semester course in basic analysis
Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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112
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In this section we will begin the discussion of weak convergence of distributions on metric spaces. Let (S, d) be a metric space with a metric d. Consider a measurable space (S, B) with Borel _algebra B generated by open sets and let (Pn)n�1 and P be probability distributions on B
Topics: Maths, Analysis and Calculus, Statistics and Probability, Mathematics
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2013
2013
by
Peter Ouwehand
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Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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968
Sep 2, 2003
09/03
by
Prof. Stefan Bilaniuk
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A Problem Course in Mathematical Logic is intended to serve as the text for an introduction to mathematical logic for undergraduates with some mathematical sophistication. It supplies definitions, statements of results, and problems, along with some explanations, examples, and hints. The idea is for the students, individually or in groups, to learn the material by solving the problems and proving the results for themselves. The book should do as the text for a course taught using the modified...
Topics: Logic, Numbers and Set Theory, Introduction to Number Systems and Logic, Propositional Logic, Set...
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614
Dec 1, 2012
12/12
by
G.'t Hooft;S. Vandoren
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Prologue General relativity is a beautiful scheme for describing the gravitational �eld and the equations it obeys. Nowadays this theory is often used as a prototype for other, more intricate constructions to describe forces between elementary particles or other branches of fundamental physics. This is why in an introduction to general relativity it is of importance to separate as clearly as possible the various ingredients that together give shape to this paradigm. After explaining the...
Topic: Maths
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Topics: Maths, Logic, Numbers and Set Theory, Sets, Relations and Functions, Countability and...
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137
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Topics: Maths, Analysis and Calculus, Statistics and Probability, Measure Theory, Probability, ?Algebras,...
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140
Apr 4, 2005
04/05
by
Dmitry Panchenko
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Topics: Maths, Statistics and Probability, Mathematics
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1,234
1.2K
Jul 4, 2013
07/13
by
Prof. Carl Stitz;Prof. Jeff Zeager
texts
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comment 0
Topics: Algebra, Mathematics
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Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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Arithmetic functions, the Mobius�function
Topics: Maths, Algebra, Number Theory, Mathematics
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Topics: Maths, Logic, Numbers and Set Theory, Analysis and Calculus, Countability and Uncountability,...
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2004
2004
by
Sigurdur Helgason
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Topics: Maths, Differential Equations (ODEs & PDEs), Methods, Fourier Analysis, Mathematics
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by
Arthur Mattuck;Haynes Miller;Jeremy Orloff;John Lewis
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The fundamental matrix _(t) also provides a very compact and ef�cient integral formula for a particular solution to the inhomogeneous equation x' = A(t)x + F(t). (presupposing of course that one can solve the homogeneous equation x' = A(t)x �rst to get _.) In this short note we give the formula (with proof!) and one example.
Topics: Maths, Differential Equations (ODEs & PDEs), Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs), Linear...
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2004
2004
by
Richard Melrose
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Now say that X is a set, R is a ring of subsets and we have a function � : R _ [0, �). This is the �measure�, what we�re looking for. One of the properties we need for this function is additivity : �(A _ B) = �(A) + �(B), if A, B _ R, A _ B = _ From just this property we can derive a number of properties about �....
Topics: Maths, Differential Equations (ODEs & PDEs), Methods, Fourier Analysis, Mathematics
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In this chapter, we�ll put sequences in angle brackets to more clearly distinguish them from the many other mathematical expressions �oating around.
Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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136
Apr 23, 2009
04/09
by
Richard Melrose
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Topics: Maths, Linear Algebra and Geometry, Differential Equations (ODEs & PDEs), Vectors and Matrices,...
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106
Sep 8, 2010
09/10
by
Albert R. Meyer
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Suppose that we �ip two fair coins simultaneously on opposite sides of a room. Intuitively, the way one coin lands does not affect the way the other coin lands. The mathematical concept that captures this intuition is called independence:
Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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How does Fermat�s principle work? At any point in space, the total electric �eld is the sum of all electric �eld � contributions. � As EM �eld of wavelength _ (wavevector k = 2_�) travels a distance x, its phase changes by _ = kx. � Complex Notation: E(x) = E(0)eikx (Electric �eld is real part of the expres_sion)
Topics: Physics, Acoustics, Optics and Waves, Quantum Physics, Optics�, Quantum Mechanics, Geometrical...
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The purpose of this course is to introduce the dictionary that allows you translate from the microscopic world where the laws of Nature are written to the everyday macroscopic world that we�re familiar with. This will allow us to begin to address very basic questions about how matter behaves.
Topics: Physics, Statistical Physics and Thermodynamics, Fundamentals of Classical Statistical Mechanics,...
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2007
2007
by
Daniel Kleitman;Peter Shor
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Sieve methods for finding primes or for finding factors of numbers are methods by which you take a set P of prime numbers one by one, and observe which of a large set, S, of numbers are divisible by each one of them.
Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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2006
2006
by
Chiang C. Mei
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To describe a problem in mathematical terms, one must make use of the basic laws that govern the elements of the problem. In continuum mechanics, these are the conservation laws for mass and momentum. In addition, empirical constitutive laws are often needed to relate certain unknown variables; examples are equations of state, Hooke�s law between stress and strain, etc. To derive the conservation law one may consider an in�nitesimal element (a line segment, area or volume element), yielding...
Topics: Physics, Special Relativity, General Relativity and Gravitation, Gravitational Waves, Wave...
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Mar 11, 2003
03/03
by
Richard M. Dudley
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Topics: Maths, Statistics and Probability, Statistics, Mathematics
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Apr 21, 2013
04/13
by
Predrag Cvitanovi?;Gregor Tanner;G�bor Vattay
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We derive here the Gutzwiller trace formula and the semiclassical zeta function, the central results of the semiclassical quantization of classically chaotic systems. In chapter 35 we will rederive these formulas for the case of scattering in open systems. Quintessential wave mechanics e_ects such as creeping, di_raction and tunneling will be taken up in chapter 38.
Topics: Physics, Quantum Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Semiclassical Theories and Applications, Physics
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This document consists of tables only
Topic: Maths
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Oct 1, 2005
10/05
by
Ben Simons
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We have seen that the quantum Heisenberg Ferromagnetic spin chain is characterised by a magnetically ordered ground state with free particlelike elementary spin wave excitations� magnons. What happens in the antiferromagnetic system?
Topics: Physics, Condensed Matter, Particle Physics and Fields, Quantum Physics, General Theory of Fields...
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The �rst rule in understanding vector calculus is draw lots of pictures. This subject can become rather abstract if you let it, but try to visualize all the manipulations. Try a lot of special cases and explore them. Keep relating the manipulations to the underlying pictures and don�t get lost in the forest of in�nite series. Along with the pictures, there are three types of derivatives, a couple of types of integrals, and some theorems relating them.
Topics: Physics, Electromagnetism and Electromagnetic Radiation, Mathematical Methods in Physics, Classical...
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Objectives: � To introduce the stress�energy tensor � Conservation laws in relativity
Topics: Physics, Special Relativity, General Relativity and Gravitation, Classical General Relativity,...
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528
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Topic: Maths
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Mar 1, 2009
03/09
by
Prof. Peter J. Cameron
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The original course was largely based on continued fractions: this technique is very amenable to hand calculation, and can be used to solve Pell�s equation, to write an integer as a sum of squares where this is possible, and to classify the inde�nite binary quadratic forms. This is still the centrepiece of the course, but I have given alternate treatment of sums of squares.
Topic: Mathematics
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Aug 11, 2013
08/13
by
Prof. David Guichard
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The emphasis in this course is on problems�doing calculations and story problems. To master problem solving one needs a tremendous amount of practice doing problems.
Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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Oct 1, 2013
10/13
by
Ted Sundstrom
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This book may be different than other mathematics textbooks you have used since one of the main goals of this book is to help you to develop the ability to construct and write mathematical proofs. So this book is not just about mathematical content but is also about the process of doing mathematics. Along the way, you will also learn some important mathematical topics that will help you in your future study of mathematics.
Topic: Mathematics
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This course has two aims. Aim 1  To explain how Einstein�s theory models gravitation as the curvature of spacetime. This involves setting up some new mathematical machinery, notably tensor calculus. The mathematical background will be developed in parallel with the theory. In textbooks, it is often done the other way: mathematics �rst, theory after. But the textbooks do not have to be read in linear order. The approach here should make it clearer at each stage where we are going. Aim 2 ...
Topic: Maths
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The results from the previous lecture produced one solution to the Dirichlet problem... But how do we know that this is the only one? In other words, we need to answer the uniqueness question (6) from the previous lecture. The next theorem addresses this question. We �rst need to introduce some important spacetime domains that will play a role in the analysis
Topics: Maths, Differential Equations (ODEs & PDEs), Partial Differential Equations (PDEs), Mathematics
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Electric current One might think the discussion of charges in motion would begin with a description of the �elds of a single moving point charge. But those �elds are quite complicated � even if the charge is moving with constant velocity, but especially if it is accelerating.However, when we consider the average �elds produced by a large number of identical charges moving (on average) relatively slowly, the situation is much simpler . Especially simple is the case where the charges...
Topics: Physics, Electromagnetism and Electromagnetic Radiation, Classical Electromagnetism�,...
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The course will be in two parts: Part I in Michaelmas Term Weeks 38 and Hilary Term Weeks 12, and Part II in Hilary Term Weeks 38. For Part I you will be allocated a computer to yourself during scheduled sessions in the Statistics Department, and you may work collaboratively with others in these sessions. None of the work in Part I will be assessed, but instead will act as a foundation enabling you to work individually during Part II. This individual work will be assessed and will count...
Topics: Maths, Algebra, Numerical Analysis, Study Guides, Study Skills and Assignment Guidelines, Number...
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Topics: Maths, Analysis and Calculus, Analysis, Calculus, Differentiation from ? m to ??, Differentials,...
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The �rst three lectures were a �minicourse� that summarized the basics. About two hundred people attended those three sessions, which were devoted primarily to a discussion of the points in �1 of this report. An exercise (�2) and a suggested solution (�3) were also part of the mini course. The remaining 28 lectures covered these and other issues in depth. We saw many examples of �before� and �after� from manuscripts in progress. We learned how to avoid excessive subscripts...
Topics: Maths, Analysis and CalculusMaths, Study Guides, Study Skills and Assignment Guidelines, Learning...
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Extrapolation is an incredibly powerful technique for increasing speed and accuracy in various numerical tasks in scienti�c computing. As we will see, extrapolation can transform even the most mundane of algorithms (such as the Trapezoid Rule) into an extremely fast and accurate algorithm, increasing the rate of convergence by more than one order of magnitude. Within this paper, we will �rst present some background theory to motivate the derivation of Richardson and Romberg Extrapolation...
Topics: Maths, Mathematics
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Topics: Maths, Linear Algebra and Geometry, Geometry, Mathematics
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