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Title:Symmetries in Fundamental Physics [electronic resource]
Author(s): Kurt Sundermeyer
Date:2014
Publisher:Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer
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Note:Over the course of the last century it has become clear that both elementary particle physics and relativity theories are based on the notion of symmetries. These symmetries become manifest in that the laws of nature areinvariant under spacetime tran sformations and/or gauge transformations. The consequences of these symmetries were analyzed as early as in 1918 by Emmy Noether on the level of action functionals. Her work did not receive due recognitionfor nearly half a century, but can today be unders tood as a recurring theme in classical mechanics, electrodynamics and special relativity, Yang-Mills type quantum field theories, and in general relativity. As a matter of fact, asshown in this monograph, many aspects of physics can be derived solely from symmetry considerations. This substantiates the statement of E.P. Wigner ... if we knew all the laws of nature, or the ultimate Law of nature, the invarianceproperties of these laws would not furnish us new information. Thanks to Wigner we now also under stand the implications of quantum physics and symmetry considerations: Poincare invariance dictates both the characteristic propertiesof particles (mass, spin, ...) and the wave equations of spin 0, 1/2, 1, ... objects. Further, the work of C.N. Yang and R. Mills reveals the consequences of internal symmetries as exemplified in the symmetry group of elementaryparticle physics. Given this pivotal role of symmetries it is thus not surprising that current research in fundamental physics is to a great degree motivated and inspired by considerations of symmetry. The treatment of symmetries inthis monograph ranges from classical physics to now well-established theories of fundamental interactions, to the latest research on unified theories and quantum gravity
Contents:Preface
Notation
Introduction
Symmetry: Argument, Principle, and Leitmotif
Operations and Invariants
Symmetries in Fundamental Physics
The Scope of Symmetries
Bibliographical Notes
Classical Mechanics
Newtonian and Analytical Mechanics
Symmetries and Conservation Laws
Galilei Group
Electrodynamics and Special Relativity
Electrodynamics la Maxwell
Special Relativity
Noether Theorems
Poincar Transformations
Generalizations of Poincar Symmetry
On the Validity of Special Relativity
Quantum Mechanics
Principles of Quantum Mechan
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Title:Symmetries in Fundamental Physics [electronic resource]
Author(s): Kurt Sundermeyer
Date:2014
Edition:2nd ed. 2014
Publisher:Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer
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Note:Over the course of the last century it has become clear that both elementary particle physics and relativity theories are based on the notion of symmetries. These symmetries become manifest in that the laws of nature areinvariant under spacetime tran sformations and/or gauge transformations. The consequences of these symmetries were analyzed as early as in 1918 by Emmy Noether on the level of action functionals. Her work did not receive due recognitionfor nearly half a century, but can today be unders tood as a recurring theme in classical mechanics, electrodynamics and special relativity, Yang-Mills type quantum field theories, and in general relativity. As a matter of fact, asshown in this monograph, many aspects of physics can be derived solely from symmetry considerations. This substantiates the statement of E.P.Wigner ... if we knew all the laws of nature, or the ultimate Law of nature, the invarianceproperties of these laws would not furnish us new information. Thanks to Wigner we now also unders tand the implications of quantum physics and symmetry considerations: Poincare invariance dictates both the characteristic propertiesof particles (mass, spin, ...) and the wave equations of spin 0, 1/2, 1, ... objects. Further, the work of C.N.Yang and R. Mills reveals the consequences of internal symmetries as exemplified in the symmetry group of elementary particlephysics. Given this pivotal role of symmetries it is thus not surprising that current research in fundamental physics is to a great degree mot ivated and inspired by considerations of symmetry.The treatment of symmetries in thismonograph ranges from classical physics to now well-established theories of fundamental interactions, to the latest research on unified theories and quantum gravity
Contents:Preface
Notation
Introduction
Symmetry: Argument, Principle, and Leitmotif
Operations and Invariants
Symmetries in Fundamental Physics
The Scope of Symmetries
Bibliographical Notes
Classical Mechanics
Newtonian and Analytical Mechanics
Symmetries and Conservation Laws
Galilei Group
Electrodynamics and Special Relativity
Electrodynamics la Maxwell
Special Relativity
Noether Theorems
Poincar Transformations
Generalizations of Poincar Symmetry
On the Validity of Special Relativity
Quantum Mechanics
Principles of Quantum Mechan
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Title:Coherent States, Wavelets, and Their Generalizations [electronic resource]
Author(s): Syed Twareque Ali
Jean-Pierre Antoine
Jean-Pierre Gazeau
Date:2014
Edition:2nd ed. 2014
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
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Note:This second edition is fully updated, covering in particular new types of coherent states (the so-called Gazeau-Klauder coherent states, nonlinear coherent states, squeezed states, as used now routinely in quantum optics) andvarious generalizations o f wavelets (wavelets on manifolds, curvelets, shearlets, etc.). In addition, it contains a new chapter on coherent state quantization and the related probabilistic aspects. As a survey of the theory of coherentstates, wavelets, and some of their generaliz ations, it emphasizes mathematical principles, subsuming the theories of both wavelets and coherent states into a single analytic structure. The approach allows the user to take aclassical-like view of quantum states in physics. Starting from the standar d theory of coherent states over Lie groups, the authors generalize the formalism by associating coherent states to group representations that are squareintegrable over a homogeneous space a further step allows one to dispense with the group context altog ether. In this context, wavelets can be generated from coherent states of the affine group of the real line, and higher-dimensionalwavelets arise from coherent states of other groups. The unified background makes transparent an entire range of properties of wavelets and coherent states. Many concrete examples, such as coherent states from semisimple Lie groups,Gazeau-Klauder coherent states,coherent states forthe relativity groups, and several kinds of wavelets, are discussed in detail. The book concludes with a palette of potentialapplications, from the quantum physicallyoriented,likethe quantum-classical transition or the construction of adequate states in quantum information, to the most innovative techniques to be used in data processing. Intended as an introduction to current research forgraduate students and others entering the field, the mathematical discussion is self-contained. With its extensive references to the research liter
Contents:Canonical Coherent States
Positive Operator
Valued Measures and Frames
Some Group Theory
Hilbert Spaces
Square Integrable and Holomorphic Kernels
Covariant Coherent States
Coherent States from Square Integrable Representations
Some Examples and Generalizations
CS of General Semidirect Product Groups
CS of Product Groups
CS Quantizations and Probabilistic Aspects
Direct Wavelet Transforms
Multidimensional Wavelets
Wavelets Related to Other G Groups
The Discretization Problem
Frames Sampling and All That
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Title:Spin Fluctuation Theory of Itinerant Electron Magnetism [electronic resource]
Author(s): Yoshinori Takahashi
Date:2013
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer
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Note:This volume shows how collective magnetic excitations determine most of the magnetic properties of itinerant electron magnets. Previous theories were mainly restricted to the Curie-Weiss law temperature dependence of magneticsusceptibilities. Based o n the spin amplitude conservation idea including the zero-point fluctuation amplitude, this book shows that the entire temperature and magnetic field dependence of magnetization curves, even in the groundstate, is determined by the effect of spin fluctuat ions. It also shows that the theoretical consequences are largely in agreement with many experimental observations. The readers will therefore gain a new comprehensive perspective oftheir unified understanding of itinerant electron magnetism
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Contents:Introduction
Fluctuations and Magnetism
Effects of Spin Fluctuations on Magnetic Properties
Magnetic Propertiesin the Ordered Phase
Thermal Properties of Itinerant Magnets
Magneto Volume Effect
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Series:Springer Tracts in Modern Physics, 0081-3869 : v253
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Keywords: Quality of Life , Mechanics , Quality of Life Research
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Title:Electroweak and Strong Interactions [electronic resource] : Phenomenology, Concepts, Models
Author(s): Florian Scheck
Date:2012
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer
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Note:Electroweak and Strong Interaction: Phenomenology, Concepts, Models, begins with relativistic quantum mechanics and some quantum field theory which lay the foundation for the rest of the text. The phenomenology and the physics ofthe fundamental inter actions are emphasized through a detailed discussion of the empirical fundamentals of unified theories of strong, electromagnetic, and weak interactions. The principles of local gauge theories are described both ina heuristic and a geometric framework. Th e minimal standard model of the fundamental interactions is developed in detail and characteristic applications are worked out. Possible signals of physics beyond that model, notably in thephysics of neutrinos are also discussed. Among the applications sc attering on nucleons and on nuclei provide salient examples. Numerous exercises with solutions make the text suitable for advanced courses or individual study. Thiscompletely updated revised new edition contains an enlarged chapter on quantum chromodynami cs and a widely updated chapter on neutrino physics
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Contents:Fermion Fields and their Properties
Electromagnetic Processes and Interactions
Weak Interactions and the Standard Model of Strong and Electroweak Interactions
Beyond the Minimal Standard Model
Scattering of Strongly Interacting Particles on Nuclei
Hadronic Atoms
Quantum Chromodynamics
Neutrino Physics
Appendix A. Lorentz Invariant Distributions
Appendix B. S
Matrix, Cross Sections, Decay Probabilities
Appendix C1. Some Feynman Rules for Quantum Electrodynamics of Spin
1/2 Particles f+
Appendix C2. Traces. Appendix D. The Group SU(3)
Appendix E. Dirac Equati
ISBN:9783642202414
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Title:Field Theoretic Method in Phase Transformations [electronic resource]
Author(s): Alexander Umantsev
Date:2012
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
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Note:The continuum, field theoretic method of study of phase transformations in material systems, also known as phase field, allows one to analyze different stages of transformations on the unified platform. It has receivedsignificant attention in the mat erials science community recently due to many successes in solving or illuminating important problems. This book will address fundamentals of the method starting from the classical theories of phasetransitions, the most important theoretical and computati onal results, and some of the most advanced recent applications. Field Theoretic Method in Phase Transformations can be used as an introduction for those new to the field or as aguide for a seasoned researcher. It is also of interest to researchers intere sted in the history of physics
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Contents:Landau Theory of Phase Transitions
Heterogeneous Equilibrium Systems
Dynamics of Homogeneous Systems
Evolution of Heterogeneous Systems
Thermo
Mechanical Analogy
Thermodynamic Fluctuations
More Complicated Systems
Thermal Effects: Coupling to Hydrodynamic Variables
Transformations in Real Materials
Extensions of the Method
ISBN:9781461414872
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Keywords: Materials
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Title:Is There a Temperature? [electronic resource] : Conceptual Challenges at High Energy, Acceleration and Complexity
Author(s): Tams Sndor Bir
Date:2011
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:Physical bodies can be hot or cold, moving or standing,simple or complex. In all such cases one assumes that their respective temperature is a well defined attribute. What if, however, the ordinary measurement of temperatureby direct body contact is not possible? One conjectures its value, and yes, its very existence, by reasoning based on basic principles of thermodynamics. Is There a Temperature? Conceptual Challenges at High Energy, Accelerationand Complexity, by Dr. Tams Sndor Br, begins by askin g the questions Do we understand and can we explain in a unified framework the temperature of distant radiation sources, including event horizons, and that of the quarkmatter produced in high energy accelerator experiments? Or the astounding fluctuations on financial markets? The book reviews the concept of temperature from its beginnings through the evolution of classical thermodynamics andatomic statistical physics through contemporary models of high energy particle matter. Based on the views of high en ergy nuclear physicists, it crosses over several traditional disciplines of university physics.Recent developmentstowards an abstract, general and thermodynamically consistent treatment of non-extensive systems are worked in. Exercise problems and solutio ns help to deepen the readers understanding into the details behind the theories.
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Contents:Introduction
How to measure the temperature
How to interpret the temperature
Fluctuatingtemperature
Complications with the temperature
The temperature of moving bodies
The temperature of no return
The temperature in quantum field theory
Afterword
Solutions
References
ISBN:9781441980410
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Keywords: Chemistry, Physical organic , Mathematical physics , Thermodynamics , Quantum theory
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Title:Extra Dimensions in Space and Time [electronic resource]
Author(s): Itzhak Bars
John Terning
Farzad Nekoogar
Date:2010
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:The Multiversal book series is equally unique, providing book-length extensions of the lectures with enough additional depth for those who truly want to explore these fields, while also providing the kind of clarity that isappropriate for interested lay people to grasp the general principles involved. -Lawrence M. Krauss The aim of this book is to continue to raise public awareness in the exciting field of theoretical physics and cosmology. It coversthe latest theories at a level not weighed down by highly mathematical equations. Each chapter is written by a leading expert who is presently researching and lecturing on the topics. Extra Dimensions in Space and Time has two mainfeatures that differentiate it from all other books written about the topic : The first feature is the coverage of extra dimensions in time (Two-Time physics), which has not been covered in earlier books. All other books on the topicfocus on extra spatial dimensions. The second feature deals with level of presentation. The materi al is presented in a non-technical language followed by additional technical sections (in the form of appendices or footnotes) thatexplain the basic equations and formulas in the theories. This feature is very attractive to readers who want to learn more about the theories involved beyond the basic description for a layperson. Topics Covered: Structure of matter &fundamental forces Einsteins relativistic view of space-time Equivalence Principle and General Relativity Symmetry and perspective Why higher sp ace or time dimensions? Extra space dimensions and String Theory Einstein and the FourthDimension Traditional Extra Dimensions String Theory and Branes Warped Extra Dimensions How to Look For Extra Dimensions? Extra Dimensions: The equations behind the wo rds Two Time Physics Current status of 2T-Physics and futuredirections Multiversal Journeys is a trademark of Farzad Nekoogar and Multiversal Journeys, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
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Contents:Two
Time Physics: The Unified View from Higher Dimensional Space and Time
A First Look at the Known Universe
Structure of Matter and Fundamental Forces
What Is SpaceTime?
Symmetry and Perspective
Why Higher Space or Time Dimensions?
The Role of Extra Space Dimensions in String Theory
Two
Time Physics
Evidence of 4 + 2 as Subtle Effects in 3 + 1 Dimensions
Fundamental Universe as a Shadow from 4 + 2 Dimensions
Current Status of 2T
Physics and Future Directions
Further Reading
Extra Dimensions of Space
The Popular View of Extra Dimensions
Extra Materi
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Title:Mean Field Theories and Dual Variation [electronic resource]
Author(s): Takashi Suzuki
Date:2009
Publisher:Paris : Atlantis Press
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Note:A mathematical theory is introduced in this book to unify a large class of nonlinear partial differential equation (PDE) models for better understanding and analysis of the physical and biological phenomena they represent. Theso-called mean field app roximation approach is adopted to describe the macroscopic phenomena from certain microscopic principles for this unified mathematical formulation. Two key ingredients for this approach are the notions ofduality according to the PDE weak solutions and hie rarchy for revealing the details of the otherwise hidden secrets, such as physical mystery hidden between particle density and field concentration, quantized blow upbiological mechanism sealed in chemotaxis systems, as well as multi-scale mathematical exp lanations of the SmoluchowskiPoisson model in non-equilibrium thermodynamics, two-dimensional turbulence theory, self-dual gauge theory, andso forth. This book shows how and why many different nonlinear problems are inter-connected in terms of the propert ies of duality and scaling, and the way to analyze them mathematically
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ISBN:9789491216220
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Series:Atlantis Studies in Mathematics for Engineering and Science, 1875-7642 : v2
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Keywords: Mathematics , Differential Equations , Differential equations, partial
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Title:Gauge Theory of Weak Interactions
Author(s): Walter Greiner
Date:2009
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Size:1 online resource (404 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-540-87843-8
Contents:The Discovery of the Weak Interaction -- Leptonic Interactions -- Limitations of Fermi Theory -- The Salam–Weinberg Theory -- Some Properties of the Salam–Weinberg Theory of Leptons -- Semi-Leptonic Interactions of Hadrons -- Nuclear
Beta Decay -- The Neutral Kaon System -- Unified Gauge Theories
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Keywords: Physics , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory
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Title:Handbook of High-Temperature Superconductivity [electronic resource] : Theory and Experiment
Author(s): J. Robert Schrieffer
James S Brooks
Date:2007
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:Since the 1980s, a general theme in the study of high-temperature superconductors has been to test the BCS theory and its predictions against new data. At the same time, this process has engendered new physics, new materials, andnew theoretical frame works. Remarkable advances have occurred in sample quality and in single crystals, in hole and electron doping in the development of sister compounds with lower transition temperatures, and in instruments to probestructure and dynamics. Handbook of High-T emperature Superconductvity is a comprehensive and in-depth treatment of both experimental and theoretical methodologies by the the world's top leaders in the field. The Editor, Nobel LaureateJ. Robert Schrieffer, and Associate Editor James S. Brooks, hav e produced a unified, coherent work providing a global view of high-temperature superconductivity covering the materials, the relationships with heavy-fermion and organicsystems, and the many formidable challenges that remain
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Contents:Review of Low Tc Experimental Facts
Review of Low Tc Theory
High Temperature Superconductivity Discovery and History
Electron Tunneling
ARPES
Microwave Properties
NMR/ESR
Neutron Scattering
Optical Properties
Cuprate Superconductivity
Thermodynamic Properties
Transport Properties
High Pressure Effects
Acoustic and Elastic Properties
Organic Superconductors
Heavy Fermions
Numerical Studies of the Properties of Quantum Many Body Models of High Temperature Superconductivity Systems
Nearly Antiferromagnetic Spin Fluctuations Theories of High Tempe
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Keywords: Condensed matter , Superconductivity , Magnetism , Optical materials
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Title:Introduction to Modern Number Theory [electronic resource] : Fundamental Problems, Ideas and Theories
Author(s): Yuri Ivanovic Manin
Alexei A Panchishkin
Date:2005
Edition:2
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer
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Note:Introduction to Modern Number Theory surveys from a unified point of view both the modern state and the trends of continuing development of various branches of number theory. Motivated by elementary problems, the centralideas of modern theories are e xposed. Some topics covered include non-Abelian generalizations of class field theory, recursive computability and Diophantine equations, zeta- and L-functions. This substantially revised and expanded newedition contains several new sections, such as Wile s' proof of Fermat's Last Theorem, and relevant techniques coming from a synthesis of various theories. Moreover, the authors have added a part dedicated to arithmetical cohomology andnoncommutative geometry, a report on point counts on varieties with man y rational points, the recent polynomial time algorithm for primality testing, and some others subjects. From the reviews of the 2nd edition: For my part, Icome to praise this fine volume. This book is a highly instructive read the quality, knowledge, a nd expertise of the authors shines through. The present volume is almost startlingly up-to-date ... (A. van der Poorten,Gazette, Australian Math. Soc. 34 (1), 2007)
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Contents:Problems and Tricks
Number Theory
Some Applications of Elementary Number Theory
Ideas and Theories
Induction and Recursion
Arithmetic of algebraic numbers
Arithmetic of algebraic varieties
Zeta Functions and Modular Forms
Fermats Last Theorem and Families of Modular Forms
Analogies and Visions
Introductory survey to part III: motivations and description
Arakelov Geometry and Noncommutative Geometry (daprs C. Consani and M. Marcolli, [CM])
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Series:Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences, 0938-0396 : v49
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Keywords: Mathematics , Data encryption (Computer science) , Geometry, algebraic , Logic, Symbolic and mathematical , Number theory , Mathematical physics
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Title:Gravitation and Cosmology: From the Hubble Radius to the Planck Scale Proceedings of a Symposium in Honour of the 80th Birthday of Jean-Pierre Vigier
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (540 p.)
Note:10.1007/0-306-48052-2
Contents:Astrophysics & Cosmology -- From the Cosmological Term to the Planck Constant -- Creation of Matter and Anomalous Redshifts -- The Origin of CMBR as Intrinsic Blackbody Cavity-QED Resonance Inherent in the Dynamics of the Continuous
State Topology of the Dirac Vacuum -- Some New Results in Theoretical Cosmology -- Whitehead Meets Feynman and the Big Bang -- Developing the Cosmology of A Continuous State Universe -- The Problem of Observation in Cosmology and the
Big Bang -- Absorber Theory of Radiation in Expanding Universes -- Bohm & Vigier: Ideas as A Basis for A Fractal Universe -- A Random Walk in A Flat Universe -- Multiple Scattering Theory in Wolf’s Mechanism and Implications in QSO
Redshift -- Connections Between Thermodynamics, Statostocal Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, and Special Astrophysical Processes -- Extended Electromagnetic Theory -- New Developments in Electromagnetic Field Theory -- Comparison of Near
and Far Field Double-Slit Interferometry for Dispersion of the Photon Wavepacket -- Photon Diameter Measurements -- What is the Evans-Vigier Field? -- Non-Abelian Gauge Groups for Real and Complex Amended Maxwell’s Equations --
Experimental Evidence of Near-Field Superluminally Propagating Electromagnetic Fields -- The Photon Spin and other Topological Features of Classical Electromagnetism -- The Process of Photon Emission from Atomic Hydrogen -- Holographic
Mind - Overview: The Integration of Seer, Seeing, and Seen -- Photons from the Future -- Gravitation Theory -- Can one Unify Gravity and Electromagnetic Fields? -- The Dipolar Zero-Modes of Einstein Action -- Theoretical and
Experimental Progress on the Gem (Gravity-Electro-Magnetism) Theory of Field Unification -- Can Gravity be Included in Grand Unification? -- Gravitational Energy-Momentum in the Tetrad and Quadratic Spinor Representations of General
Relativity -- Spinors in Affine Theory of Gravity -- A New Approach to Quantum Gravity -- Multidimensional Gravity and Cosmology and Problems of G -- Quantum Gravity Operators and Nascent Cosmologies -- Ravitational Magnetism: An
Update -- Quantum Theory -- Quantum Hall Enigmas -- On The Possible Existence of Tight Bound States in Quantum Mechanics -- A Chaotic-Stochastic Model of an Atom -- Syncronization Versus Simultaneity Relations, with Implications for
Interpretations of Quantum Measurements -- Can Non-Local Interferometry Experiments Reveal A Local Model of Matter? -- Beyond Heisenberg’S Uncertainty Limits -- Towards A Classical Re-Interpretation of the Schrodinger Equation
According to Stochastic Electrodynamics -- The Philosophy of the Trajectory Representation of Quantum Mechanics -- Some Physical and Philosophical Problems of Causality in the Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics -- The Force c4/G, the
Power c5/G and the Basic Equations of Quantum Mechanics -- Progress in Post-Quantum Physics and Unified Field Theory -- Vacuum Dynamics & Spacetime -- Polarizable-Vacuum Approach to General Relativity -- The Inertia Reaction Force and
Its Vacuum Origin -- Engineering the Vacuum -- The Photon as a Charge-Neutral and Mass-Neutral Comosite Particle -- Pregeometry Via Uniform Spaces -- A Zpf-Mediated Cosmological Origin of Electron Inertia -- Vacuum Radiation, Entropy
and the Arrow Of Time -- Quaternions, Torsion and the Physical Vacuum: Theories of M. Sachs and G. Shipov Compared -- Homoloidal Webs, Space Cremona Transformations and the Dimensionality and Signature of Macro-Spacetime -- Pulse
Interaction in Nonlinear Vacuum Electrodynamics -- Proposal for Teleportation by Help of Vacuum Holes -- Cosmology, the Quantum Universe, and Electron Spin -- On Some Implications of the Local Theory Th(?) and of Popper’Sexperiment
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Keywords: Physics , Gravitation , Astrophysics , Physics , Astrophysics and Astroparticles , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory
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Title:Gauge Theories of the Strong and Electroweak Interaction
Author(s): Manfred Böhm
Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (784 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-322-80160-9
Contents:1 Phenomenological basis of gauge theories of strong, electromagnetic, and weak interactions -- 1.1 Elementary particles and their interactions -- 1.2 Elements of relativistic quantum field theory -- 1.3 The quark model of hadrons --
1.4 Basics of the electroweak interaction -- 1.5 The quark-parton model -- 1.6 Higher-order field-theoretical effects in QED -- 1.7 Towards gauge theories of strong and electroweak interactions -- 2 Quantum theory of Yang—Mills fields
-- 2.1 Green functions and S-matrix elements -- 2.2 Path-integral representation of quantum field theory -- 2.3 Local gauge invariance -- 2.4 Path-integral formulation of gauge theories -- 2.5 Renormalization of quantum field theories
-- 2.6 Renormalization group -- 2.7 Anomalies -- 2.8 Infrared and collinear singularities -- 2.9 Non-perturbative aspects of gauge theories -- 2.10 Lattice approximation of gauge theories -- 3 Quantum Chromodynamics -- 3.1 Asymptotic
freedom of QCD -- 3.2 QCD in deep-inelastic scattering -- 3.3 Perturbative Quantum Chromodynamics -- 3.4 Heavy-quark effective theory (HQET) -- 3.5 Light quarks and chiral perturbation theory -- 3.6 Results of lattice approximation of
QCD -- 3.7 Quark confinement -- 3.8 A test of QCD: the running of ?S -- 4 Gauge theories of the electroweak interaction -- 4.1 Spontaneous symmetry breaking -- 4.2 The Standard Model of the Electroweak Interaction -- 4.3 Simple
applications of the Electroweak Standard Model -- 4.4 Quantization of the Electroweak Standard Model -- 4.5 Renormalization of the Electroweak Standard Model -- 4.6 Electroweak radiative corrections -- 5 Extensions of the Standard
Model -- 5.1 Grand unified theories (GUTs) -- 5.2 Supersymmetry -- A Appendix -- A.1 Conventions -- A.2 Feynman rules for the Electroweak Standard Model -- General references
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Title:A History of the Ideas of Theoretical Physics Essays on the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Physics
Author(s): Salvo D’Agostino
Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (382 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-9034-6
Contents:One: From Mechanics to Electrodynamics -- Foreword to Part One -- 1. A Consideration on the Changing Role of Mathematics in Ampère’s and Weber’s Electrodynamics -- 2. A Survey of Theories of Units and Dimensions in Nineteenth-Century
Physics -- 3. A Historical Role for Dimensional Analysis in Maxwell’s Electromagnetic Theory of Light -- 4. Problems of Theoretical Physics in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century -- Two: Electromagnetic Waves -- Foreword to Part
Two -- 5. German Electrodynamics in the 1870’s -- 6. Hertz’s Experiments on Electromagnetic Waves -- 7. Hertz’s 1884 Theoretical Discovery of Electromagnetic Waves -- 8. A Foundation for Theoretical Physics in Hertz’s Introduction to
Die Prinzipien der Mechanik -- 9. On Boltzmann’s Mechanics and His Bild-Conception of Physical Theory -- Three: From Relativity to Quantum Theory -- Foreword to Part Three -- 10. Einstein’s Correspondence Criterium and the Construction
of General Relativity -- 11. Einstein’s Life-Long Doubts on the Physical Foundations of the General Relativity and Unified Field Theories -- 12. Correspondence and Complementarity in Niels Bohr’s Papers 1925–1927 -- 13. From the 1926
Wave Mechanics to a Second-Quantisation Theory: Schrödinger’s New Interpretation of Wave Mechanics and Microphysics in the 1950’s -- 14. Conclusions -- Notes -- Bibliography: Primary Sources -- Bibliography: Secondary Sources
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Keywords: Physics , History , Philosophy and science , Physics , History and Philosophical Foundations of Physics , History, general , Philosophy of Science , Physics, general , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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Title:Gauge Theory of Weak Interactions
Author(s): Walter Greiner
Date:2000
Edition:Third Revised Edition
Size:1 online resource (402 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-04211-3
Contents:1. The Discovery of the Weak Interaction -- 2. Leptonic Interactions -- 3. Limitations of Fermi Theory -- 4. The Salam—Weinberg Theory -- 5. Some Properties of the Salam—Weinberg Theory of Leptons -- 6. Semi-Leptonic Interactions of
Hadrons -- 7. Nuclear Beta Decay -- 8. The Neutral Kaon System -- 9. Unified Gauge Theories -- A. Conventions and “Natural” Units -- B. The Dirac Equation -- C. Feynman Rules -- D. Symmetry Transformations
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Title:Black Hole Physics Basic Concepts and New Developments
Author(s): Valeri P Frolov
Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (770 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-5139-9
Contents:I Basic Concepts -- 1 Introduction: Brief History of Black Hole Physics -- 2 Spherically Symmetric Black Holes -- 3 Rotating Black Holes -- 4 Black hole Perturbations (Written jointly with N. Andersson) -- 5 General Properties of
Black Holes -- 6 Stationary Black Holes -- 7 Physical Effects in the Gravitational Field of a Black Hole -- 8 Black Hole Electrodynamics -- >9 Astrophysics of Black Holes -- II Further Developments -- 10 Quantum Particle Creation by
Black Holes -- 11 Quantum Physics of Black Holes -- 12 Thermodynamics of Black Holes -- 13 Black Holes in Unified Theories -- 14 The Interior of a Black Hole -- 15 Ultimate Fate of Black and White Holes -- 16 Black Holes, Wormholes,
and Time Machines -- Conclusion -- Appendices -- A Mathematical Formulas -- A.1 Differential Manifold. Tensors -- A.2 Metric. Space and Time Intervals -- A.3 Causal Structure -- A.4 Covariant Derivative -- A.5 Geodesic Lines -- A.6
Curvature -- A.7 Lie- and Fermi-Transport -- A.8 Symmetries and Conservation Laws -- A.9 Geometry of Congruence of Lines -- A.10 Stationary Congruences -- A.10.1 Killing congruence -- A.10.2 Congruence of locally non-rotating observers
-- A.11 Local Reference Frames -- A.12 Geometry of Subspaces -- A.13 Integration in Curved Space -- A.14 Conformai Transformations -- A.15 Einstein Equations -- B Spherically Symmetric Spacetimes -- B.1 Spherically Symmetric Geometry
-- B.2 Reduced Action -- B.3 Generalized Birkhoff’s Theorem -- B.4 Spherically Symmetric Vacuum Solutions -- B.4.1 Schwarzschild metric -- B.4.2 Scaling properties -- B.5 Kruskal Metric -- B.5.1 Derivation of Kruskal metric -- B.5.2
Relation between Kruskal and Schwarzschild metrics -- B.5.3 Kruskal spacetime as maximal analytical continuation of the Schwarzschild metric -- B.5.4 Einstein-Rosen bridge -- B.6 Tolman Solution -- C Rindler Frame in Minkowski
Spacetime -- C.1 Uniformly Accelerated Motion -- C.2 Rindler Frame -- C.3 Light and Particle Propagation -- C.4 Maximal Analytical Extension of Rindler Spacetime -- D Kerr-Newman Geometry -- D.1 Kerr-Newman Metric -- D.2 Christoffel
Symbol -- D.3 Symmetries -- D.4 Motion of Test Particles -- D.4.1 Integrals of motion -- D.4.2 Hamilton-Jacobi method -- D.5 Stationary Congruences in the Kerr-Newman Geometry -- D.5.1 Killing congruence -- D.5.2 Congruence of locally
non-rotating observers -- D.6 Algebraic Properties -- D.7 Analytic Extension -- E Newman-Penrose Formalism -- E.1 Complex Null Tetrad. Spin Coefficients -- E.2 Covariant Derivatives. Ricci and Weyl Tensor -- E.3 Newman-Penrose
Equations -- E.4 Bianchi Identities -- F Wave Fields in a Curved Spacetime -- F.1 Scalar Field -- F.2 Electromagnetic Field -- F.3 Gravitational Perturbations -- G Wave Fields in the Kerr Metric -- G.1 Teukolsky Equation -- G.2
Separation of Variables. Spin-Weighted Spheroidal Harmonics -- G.3 Radial Equation -- G.4 Massless Scalar Field -- G.5 Electromagnetic Field -- G.6 Gravitational Perturbations -- H Quantum Fields in Kerr Spacetime -- H.1 Quantum Theory
in an External Field -- H.2 Vacuum. Many-Particle States -- H.4 Massless Fields Quantization in Kerr Spacetime -- H.6 Averaging over “Non-observable” States -- I Quantum Oscillator -- 1.1 Action -- 1.2 Quantization and Representations
-- 1.3 Quantum Oscillator at Finite Temperature -- 1.4 Two Mode Coupled Oscillators
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Keywords: Physics , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Astrophysics , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Physics , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Astrophysics and Astroparticles
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Title:New Non-Perturbative Methods and Quantization on the Light Cone Les Houches School, February 24 — March 7, 1997
Author(s):
Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (309 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-08973-6
Contents:I: Effective Hamiltonian and Renormalization Group -- Lecture 1 Renormalization of Hamiltonians -- Lecture 2 Spin Glasses and the Renormalization Group -- Lecture 3 Hamiltonian Flow in Condensed Matter Physics -- II: Quantization of
Constrained Systems -- Lecture 4 Coherent State and Constrained Systems -- Lecture 5 Unified Description and Canonical Reduction to Dirac’s Observables of the Four Interactions -- Lecture 6 Time Evolution in General Gauge Theories --
III: Results in 3 + 1 Dimensions -- Lecture 7 Developing Transport Theory to Study the Chiral Phase Transition -- Lecture 8 On Deriving the Effective Interaction from the QCD Lagrangian -- Lecture 9 Front form QED3+1: The
Spin-Multiplet Structure of the Positronium Spectrum at Strong Coupling -- Lecture 10 Spectral Fluctuations of the QCD Dirac Operator -- IV: New Developments -- Lecture 11 Collinear QCD Models -- Lecture 12 A New Lattice Formulation of
the Continuum -- Lecture 13 Colour-Dielectric Gauge Theory on a Transverse Lattice -- V: Light Cone Quantization Under Scrutiny -- Lecture 14 Light Front Treatment of Nuclei and Deep Inelastic Scattering -- Lecture 15 Light-cone string
-- Lecture 16 Quantum Field Theory in Singular Limits -- VI: Gauge Theories and Topological Issues -- Lecture 17 On the Transition from Confinement to Screening in Large N Gauge Theory -- Lecture 18 More on Screening and Confinements
in 2D QCD -- Lecture 19 Intermediate Volumes and the Role of Instantons -- Lecture 20 Renormalization in the Coulomb Gauge -- Lecture 21 Stable Knotlike Solitons -- VII: Structure Functions. Theory and Experiments -- Lecture 22
Theoretical Uncertainties in the Determination of ?3 from Hadronic Event Observables: the Impact of Nonperturbative Effects -- Lecture 23 Phenomenology of Renormalons in Inclusive Processes -- Lecture 24 Power Term in QCD Hard
Processes and Running Coupling -- Lecture 25 Highlights on Deep Inelastic Scattering at HERA -- Lecture 26 ?s: From DIS to LEP -- Lecture 27 On Small-s Resummations for the Evolution of Deep-Inelastic Structure Functions -- VIII:
Phenomenological Applications -- Lecture 28 The Light-Cone Fock State Expansion and QCD Phenomenology -- Lecture 29 The Analog of t’Hooft Pions with Adjoint Fermions -- Lecture 30 Physical Coupling Schemes and QCD Exclusive Processes
-- IX: Condensates and Chiral Symmetry Breaking -- Lecture 31 A 3+1 Dimensional LF Model with Spontaneous ?SB -- Lecture 32 Chiral Symmetry and Light-Cone Wave Functions -- Lecture 33 QCD at Finite Extension -- Lecture 34
Technicalities of the Zero Modes in the Light-Cone Representation -- Lecture 35 Zero Mode and Symmetry Breaking on the Light Front
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Title:Few-Body Problems in Physics ’95 In memoriam Professor Paul Urban
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (540 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-9427-0
Contents:Session 1: Methods in the Few-Body Problem -- Paul Urban: Promoter of Modern Theoretical Physics -- Nuclear Three- and Four-Body Systems -- Correlated Hyperspherical Harmonic Functions for Few-Nucleon Systems -- Session 2: Methods in
the Few-Body Problem -- Recent Progress in Path Integral Calculations of Nuclei -- Convergence Properties of the Adiabatic Expansion for Few-Nucleon Systems -- Cross Sections and Vector Analyzing Powers in the Proton Induced Deuteron
Breakup Reaction at 65 MeV: Star Configurations -- Single Particle Spectral Function for Finite Nuclei -- Session 3: Atomic and Molecular Systems -- Few-Body Problems in Atomic Physics -- Molecular Potentials and Relativistic Effects
-- Strong Correlation in Three-Particle Continuum A++ + e + e: Theory and Visualization -- Faddeev Approach to Scattering in Atomic and Mesic Atomic Systems -- Session 4: Methods in the Few-Body Problem -- Precise Nonvariational
Calculation of Resonant States of Helium with the Correlation Function Hyperspherical Harmonic Method -- A Coupled-Channel Formalism for Breakup Reactions -- $${}^{2}\text{H(}\vec{d},p{{\text{)}}^{3}}\text{H}$$3H Reaction Calculations
at 20–120 keV by the Four-Body Yakubovsky Equations with the Paris Potential -- Integral Equation Calculations for the Photodisintegration of 4He -- Session 5: Strong and Electromagnetic Interactions -- Spin Observables in High Energy
Electron Scattering -- Pion Nucleus Scattering -- Recent Developments in one and two Pion Production in Elementary Reactions and Few-Body Systems -- Session 6: Strong and Electromagnetic Interactions -- Plans for Nucleon-Nucleon
Bremsstrahlung Measurements with AGOR -- First Results on Proton-Proton Scattering and Near Threshold Two Meson Production at COSY -- Study of Proton-Neutron Correlations with the reaction 3,4He(e, e?d) -- Selected Topics of the
Few-Nucleon Research Program at TUNL -- Measurement of the Spin-dependent Structure Function g1(x) of the Deuteron and the Proton -- Session 7: Strong and Electromagnetic Interactions -- Double Pion Photoproduction on the Proton up to
800 MeV -- High Missing-Momentum Components in 4He Studied with the (e, e?p) Reaction -- Electron-Deuteron Scattering with the New Generation of Nucleon-Nucleon Potentials -- Polarization Studies of Few Nucleon Systems at Laboratory
for High Energies of Joint Institute for Nuclear Research -- Panel Session 8: Few-Body Systems Probed in Several Ways -- Achievements and Perspectives in the Field of Few-Body Systems Studied with Hadronic Probes -- Few-Body Systems
Probed in Several Ways -- Session 9: Atomic Clusters and Exotic Atoms -- Theoretical Description of Helium Clusters -- Antiprotonic Helium Atoms -- Muon Catalyzed Fusion -- Precision Measurement of Nuclear Muon Capture by 3He --
Session 10: Nuclear Forces, Chirality and Relativistic Effects -- The ?NN Coupling from High Precision np Charge Exchange Data -- Two-Body Components in the Nucleon Wave Function and their Consequences in Various Phenomena -- Hidden
Local Symmetries and Meson Exchange Currents -- Relativistic Calculations of the Deuteron Form Factors and Triton Binding Energy -- Session 11: Antiprotonic and Strange Systems -- Glueballs, ? and ?? Mesons and Antiproton-Proton
Annihilation Dynamics -- ? Production via the Strong Interaction -- ?-Physics with Electromagnetic Probes -- Interaction of ?-Meson with Light Nuclei -- Session 12: Few-Body Problems in Astrophysics -- Nuclear Reactions of
Astrophysical Interest Involving Light Nuclei -- Optical Theorem and Finite-Range Effect for Nuclear Reactions in Astrophysics -- Peripheral Astrophysical Radiative Capture Processes -- Session 13a: Quark Structure of Hadrons --
Towards a Unified Description of the Baryon Spectrum and the Baryon-Baryon Interaction within a Potential Model Scheme -- Nucleon and Pion Electromagnetic Structure and Constituent Quark Form Factors -- On the Dynamical Retardation
Effect for the Mass Spectrum of Heavy Quarkonia -- Relativistic Quark Model Baryon Analysis -- Polarized Structure Functions and the Nucleon Spin -- Quark-Gluon Point of View on the Spin Structure of the Deuteron from Experiments with
Relativistic Deuteron Beams -- Session 13b: Nuclear Structure and Reactions -- Searching for 6Li D-state Effects -- Comparison between Three-Body and Many-Body Descriptions of 11Li -- Light Ion Induced Reactions at Intermediate
Energies -- An Analysis of the Use of the Cluster Separability in Scattering Theory -- Method of Integral Transforms for Calculating (e, e?) and (e, e?N) Reactions -- Effect of the Three-Nucleon Force Based on ?-Isobar Excitation in
Neutron-Deuteron Scattering -- Session 14a: Physics with Strange Particles and Antiprotons -- Electromagnetic Associated Strangeness Production and Hadron Form Factors -- ?-Helium Scattering -- $$\bar{p}N$$ Scattering with Annihilation
Channel in an Extended Hilbert Space Model -- ?I = 1/2 Rule: Interplay of Quark and Hadronic Degrees of Freedom -- Session 14b: Relativistic Effects and Antiprotonic Atoms -- Asymptotic Behavior of the Deuteron Extra-Components in the
Covariant Light Front Dynamics -- Nucleon-Nucleon Correlations and Inclusive Electron Scattering off Few-Nucleon Systems at x > 1 -- Antiproton Helium Polarization States -- Antiproton Delayed Annihilation: the Problem of the
Description in Isolated Atom Model and Other Possible Scenarios -- Session 15: The Baryon-Baryon Interaction -- The Nijmegen Potentials -- The Bonn Potential -- The Nature of the Baryon-Baryon Interaction in the Quark-Model -- Nuclear
Forces and Chiral Theories -- Panel Session 16: Relativistic Effects in the Few-Body Problem -- Field Theory Approach in Few-Body Systems -- Application of the Few-Body Theory to Deep Inelastic Lepton-Nucleon Scattering -- Session 17:
Closing session -- From the Structure of Nucleons to that of Complex Nuclei: the Role Played by Few-Body Physics -- List of Participants -- List of Authors
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Title:Gauge Theory of Weak Interactions
Author(s): Walter Greiner
Date:1996
Edition:Second Revised Edition
Size:1 online resource (396 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-03323-4
Contents:1. The Discovery of the Weak Interaction -- 2. Leptonic Interactions -- 3. Limitations of Fermi Theory -- 4. The Salam-Weinberg Theory -- 5. Some Properties of the Salam-Weinberg Theory of Leptons -- 6. Semi-Leptonic Interactions of
Hadrons -- 7. Nuclear Beta Decay -- 8. The Neutral Kaon System -- 9. Unified Gauge Theories
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Title:Neutrino Mass, Dark Matter, Gravitational Waves, Monopole Condensation, and Light Cone Quantization
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (396 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4899-1564-1
Contents:Section I — Prologue -- Innermost Structure of Matter -- Unbroken Non-Abelian Gauge Symmetry and Confinement -- Section II — Progress on New and Old Ideas — A -- R-parity-violating Yukawa Couplings -- Grand Unified Theories from
Superstrings -- Searching for Dark Matter with the Future LHC Accelerator at CERN Using the CMS Detector -- A Scale Invariant Superstring Theory with Dimensionless Coupling to Supersymmetric Gauge Theories -- Superstring Solitons and
Conformal Field Theory -- Comments on Symmetry Breaking Terms in Quark Mass Matrices -- Section III — Gravitational Waves -- LIGO: An Overview -- Cosmology and LIGO -- Interferometry for Gravity Wave Detection -- Section IV — Neutrino
Masses -- LSND Neutrino Oscillation Results -- Theoretical Ideas about Neutrino Mass -- A Bayesian Analysis of Solar Neutrino Data -- Ultrahigh-Energy Neutrino Interactions and Neutrino Telescope Event Rates -- Section V — Dirac’s
Legacy: Light-Cone Quantization -- Dirac’s Legacy: Light-Cone Quantization -- Light-Cone Quantization and Hadron Structure -- Discretized Light-Cone Quantization -- Possible Mechanism for Vacuum Degeneracy in YM2 In DLCQ -- The Vacuum
in Light-Cone Field Theory -- The Transverse Lattice in 2+1 Dimensions -- Section VI — The Matter of Dark Matter -- SUSY Dark Matter with Universal and Non-Universal Soft Breaking Masses -- Search for SUSY in the DØ Experiment --
Formulation of a Photosphere around Microscopic Black Holes -- A Supersymmetric Model for Mixed Dark Matter -- Light Photinos and Supersymmetric Dark Matter -- Section VII — Progress on New and Old Ideas — B -- Non-Universality and
Post-GUT Physics in Supergravity Unification -- Pade Approximants, Borel Transform and Renormalons: The Bjorken Sum Rule as a Case Study -- Hadron Supersymmetry and Relations between Meson and Baryon Masses -- Constraining the QCD
Coupling from the Superstring Hidden Sector -- Weak Interactions with Electron Machines: A Survey of Possible Processes -- Section VIII — Exactly Soluble Quantum Models -- Matrix Elements of Local Fields in Integrable QFT -- Boundary S
Matrix for the Boundary Sine-Gordon Model from Fractional-Spin Integrals of Motion -- Section IX — Epilogue -- Sonoluminescence and the Heimlich Effect -- Boundary Conditions for Schwinger-Dyson Equations and Vacuum Selection --
Numerical Quantum Field Theory Using the Source Galerkin Method
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Title:The Foundations of Quantum Mechanics — Historical Analysis and Open Questions Lecce, 1993
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Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (452 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-0029-8
Contents:On the Axioms of Probability -- Three Quantum Theories of Measurement -- Characterization and Deduction of Bell-Type Inequalities -- The Search for a Quantum Reality -- Macrorealism, Non-Invasivity and Quantum Mechanics -- Planck’s
Theory (1898-1906) and the Birth of Quantum Physics -- An Analogue of the Tunnel Effect in Classical Electrodynamics -- A Note on Light Dispersion Formula and the Development of Modern Physics -- Quantum Mechanics, Objects and
Objectivity -- Toward a Logic of Unsharp Quantum Mechanics -- Interpretative Remarks in Quantum Mechanics -- Kuhn’s Interpretation of Bolzmann’s Statistical Heredity in Planck -- Macroscopic Quantum Coherence as a Test of Quantum
Mechanics -- Exchangeability and Invariance: Classical Aspects of Quantum Correlation -- Einstein’s Life-Long Doubts on the Physical Foundations of the General Relativity and Unified Field Theories -- Physical Interpretations of the
Lukasiewicz Quantum Logical Connectives -- Relativistic Quantum Mechanics and Path Integral for Klein-Gordon Equation -- Ontological Determinateness in Quantum Mechanics and Special Relativity -- Dualism and Incompleteness of Quantum
Mechanics. Towards New Consistent Theories -- Quantum Mechanics Reformulated by Means of Symmetries -- A Priori Schemes in Quantum Mechanics -- Among Quantum Mechanics, Wave Optics, and Charged-Particle Beam Transport: Toward a
Possible Unified Formal Description -- Questioning Nonlocality: an Operational Critique to Bell’s Theorem -- Bell’s Inequality for Trichotomic Observables -- Quantum Mechanics and Nonlocality — The EPR Argument Reconsidered -- Some
Remarks on Non-Separability -- Unsharp Orthoalgebras and Quantum MV Algebras -- to Nelson Stochastic Mechanics as a Model for Quantum Mechanics -- The Fermi-Dirac Statistics: a Simultaneous Discovery -- Are There Sub-Quantum
Trajectories? The Bohmian Interpretation of Quantum Theory -- Algebraic Structures and Observations: Quantales for a Noncommutative Logic — Theoretic Approach to Quantum Mechanics -- Hermeneutics as a Conceptual Model for an
Ontological Evaluation of Quantum Theory -- Random Path Quantization -- The Loss of Individuality form Classical to Quantum Physics -- The Mysteries of Quantum Theory: an Introductory Talk -- On the Different Forms of Quantum
Acausality
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Keywords: Physics , Epistemology , Mathematical logic , Probabilities , Quantum physics , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Quantum Physics , History and Philosophical Foundations of Physics , Epistemology , Mathematical Logic and Foundations , Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes
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Title:Theoretical Physics Text and Exercise Books Volume 5: Gauge Theory of Weak Interactions
Author(s): Walter Greiner
Date:1993
Size:1 online resource (308 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-77915-2
Contents:1. The Discovery of the Weak Interaction -- 1.1 The Universal Fermi Interaction -- 1.2 The Non-Conservation of Parity -- 2. Leptonic Interactions -- 2.1 The Current-Current Interaction (Charged Currents) -- 2.2 The Decay of the Muon
-- 2.3 The Lifetime of the Muon -- 2.4 Parity Violation in the Muon Decay -- 2.5 The Michel Parameters -- 2.6 The Tau Lepton -- 3. Limitations of Fermi Theory -- 3.1 Neutral Currents -- 3.2 Scattering of a Muon Neutrino by an Electron
-- 3.3 ??? — e– Scattering -- 3.4 High-Energy Behaviour of Neutrino-Electron Scattering -- 3.5 Supplement: Scattering Formalism for Spin-½ Particles -- 3.6 Divergences in Higher-Order Processes -- 4. The Salam-Weinberg Theory -- 4.1
The Higgs Mechanism -- 4.2 The Yang-Mills Field -- 4.3 The Feynman Rules of Yang-Mills Theory -- 4.4 The Glashow-Salam-Weinberg Model of Leptons -- 4.5 Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking: The Higgs Sector -- 4.6 Hidden SU(2) × U(1) Gauge
Invariance -- 5. Some Properties of the Salam-Weinberg Theory of Leptons -- 5.1 Decay of the Charged Vector Boson W- -- 5.2 The Process e+e- ? Z0 ? ?+?- -- 5.3 High-Energy Behaviour of the GSW Theory -- 6. Semi-Leptonic Interactions of
Hadrons -- 6.1 The World of Hadrons -- 6.2 Phenomenology of Decays of Hadrons -- 6.3 Weak Interactions of Quarks -- 6.4 Cabibbo’s Theory of Flavour Mixing -- 7. Nuclear Beta Decay -- 7.1 The MIT Bag Model -- 7.2 Beta Decay of the
Neutron -- 7.3 Nuclear Beta Decay -- 7.4 Properties of Allowed Beta Decays -- 8. The Neutral Kaon System -- 8.1 The Particles KS and KL -- 8.2 CP Violation -- 9. Unified Gauge Theories -- 9.1 Introduction: The Symmetry Group SU(5) --
9.2 Embedding SU(3)C×SU(2)L×U(1) into SU(5) -- 9.3 The SU(5) Gauge Theory -- 9.4 Spontaneous Breaking of the SU(5) Symmetry -- 9.5 Determination of the Scale of SU(5) Symmetry Breaking -- 9.6 Proton Decay -- 9.7 Outlook: Extensions of
the Standard Model -- A. Conventions and “Natural” Units -- B. The Dirac Equation -- C. Feynman Rules -- D. Symmetry Transformations
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Title:Clifford Algebras and their Applications in Mathematical Physics Proceedings of Second Workshop held at Montpellier, France, 1989
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Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (526 p.)
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Contents:General Survey -- Mathematical Viruses -- Clifford Algebras and Related Topics -- Algebraic spinors for R9,1 -- Tetrahedral structure of idempotents of the Clifford algebra C3,1 -- Clifford groups for arbitrary quadratic forms --
Clifford algebra calculations with a microcomputer -- Clifford algebras and Möbius transformations -- Algèbres de Clifford sur un Corps de Caractéristique 2 -- Real projective representations of real Clifford algebras and reflection
groups -- Parallel treatment of Riemannian and Symplectic Clifford algebras -- Classification, properties and applications of the Majorana representations of the real Clifford algebras Cp, q -- On the classification of Clifford
algebras as quadratic spaces in the case where the dimension is infinite and the base field has characteristic 2 -- On the kernel and image of the spin representation -- Finite geometries and Clifford algebras III -- Generalized
Clifford algebras and their representations -- Algebraic spin structures -- Clifford algebras and torogonal structures -- The idempotent structure of an infinite dimensional Clifford algebra -- On spinor classifications -- Clifford
Analysis -- HP spaces of monogenic functions -- Twistor correspondence in higher even dimensions -- A Gram-Schmidt method in Hilbert modules -- The relative position of L2 domains in Clifford Analysis -- A note on generalized
Rademacher and hyperbolic functions -- Fueter-Hurwitz Regular mappings and an integral representation -- Spin-gauge unification of integrable non linear systems -- On the linearization of a partial differential operator and
p-hyperholomorphic functions -- Algebres de Clifford-Hilbert et operateurs de Vertex -- Singular integral operators in Clifford Analysis -- Simplicial calculus with Geometric Algebra -- Clifford Analysis and Integral Geometry --
Fundamental solutions for operators which are polynomials in the Dirac operator -- On eigenvalue estimates of nonlinear Stokes eigenvalue problems -- Mathematical Physics -- Gauge field equation on principal fibre bundle. A Clifford
Algebra formulation -- Les Algebres de Clifford et les transformations des multivecteurs. L’Algebre de Clifford de R(1,3) et la constante de Planck -- Theorie relativiste du nucleon et du doublet ? -- Unified spin gauge theories of the
four fundamental forces -- The geometric structure of the space of fermionic physical observables -- Supergravity, supersymmetry: a geometric unitary spinor theory -- Fermions as special states of bosons -- Harmonic coordinates and the
electromagnetic field -- Clifford Analysis and systems of condensed phase -- The multivector structure of the matter and interaction field theories -- The normed maps ?11 × ?11 ? ?26 in Hypercomplex Analysis and in Physics -- On Dirac
and Dirac-Darwin-Hestenes Equations -- Geometrical content of the Fierz identities -- Historical Aspects of Clifford Algebras -- Notice biographique sur Màrio Schenberg -- Algebraic Structures of Finite Point Sets I
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Title:Variational Methods in Mathematical Physics A Unified Approach
Author(s): Philippe Blanchard
Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (410 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-82698-6
Contents:Some Remarks on the History and Objectives of the Calculus of Variations -- 1. Direct Methods of the Calculus of Variations -- 1.1 The Fundamental Theorem of the Calculus of Variations -- 1.2 Applying the Fundamental Theorem in Banach
Spaces -- 1.3 Minimising Special Classes of Functions -- 1.4 Some Remarks on Linear Optimisation -- 1.5 Ritz’s Approximation Method -- 2. Differential Calculus in Banach Spaces -- 2.1 General Remarks -- 2.2 The Fréchet Derivative --
2.3 The Gâteaux Derivative -- 2.4 nth Variation -- 2.5 The Assumptions of the Fundamental Theorem of Variational Calculus -- 2.6 Convexity of f and Monotonicity of f ? -- 3. Extrema of Differentiable Functions -- 3.1 Extrema and
Critical Values -- 3.2 Necessary Conditions for an Extremum -- 3.3 Sufficient Conditions for an Extremum -- 4. Constrained Minimisation Problems (Method of Lagrange Multipliers) -- 4.1 Geometrical Interpretation of Constrained
Minimisation Problems -- 4.2 Ljusternik’s Theorems -- 4.3 Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Extrema Subject to Constraints -- 4.4 A Special Case -- 5. Classical Variational Problems -- 5.1 General Remarks -- 5.2 Hamilton’s
Principle in Classical Mechanics -- 5.3 Symmetries and Conservation Laws in Classical Mechanics -- 5.4 The Brachystochrone Problem -- 5.5 Systems with Infinitely Many Degrees of Freedom: Field Theory -- 5.6 Noether’s Theorem in
Classical Field Theory -- 5.7 The Principle of Symmetric Criticality -- 6. The Variational Approach to Linear Boundary and Eigenvalue Problems -- 6.1 The Spectral Theorem for Compact Self-Adjoint Operators. Courant’s Classical Minimax
Principle. Projection Theorem -- 6.2 Differential Operators and Forms -- 6.3 The Theorem of Lax-Milgram and Some Generalisations -- 6.4 The Spectrum of Elliptic Differential Operators in a Bounded Domain. Some Problems from Classical
Potential Theory -- 6.5 Variational Solution of Parabolic Differential Equations. The Heat Conduction Equation. The Stokes Equations -- 7. Nonlinear Elliptic Boundary Value Problems and Monotonic Operators -- 7.1 Forms and Operators —
Boundary Value Problems -- 7.2 Surjectivity of Coercive Monotonic Operators. Theorems of Browder and Minty -- 7.3 Nonlinear Elliptic Boundary Value Problems. A Variational Solution -- 8. Nonlinear Elliptic Eigenvalue Problems -- 8.1
Introduction -- 8.2 Determination of the Ground State in Nonlinear Elliptic Eigenvalue Problems -- 8.3 Ljusternik-Schnirelman Theory for Compact Manifolds -- 8.4 The Existence of Infinitely Many Solutions of Nonlinear Elliptic
Eigenvalue Problems -- 9. Semilinear Elliptic Differential Equations. Some Recent Results on Global Solutions -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Technical Preliminaries -- 9.3 Some Properties of Weak Solutions of Semilinear Elliptic Equations
-- 9.4 Best Constant in Sobolev Inequality -- 9.5 The Local Case with Critical Sobolev Exponent -- 9.6 The Constrained Minimisation Method Under Scale Covariance -- 9.7 Existence of a Minimiser I: Some General Results -- 9.8 Existence
of a Minimiser II: Some Examples -- 9.9 Nonlinear Field Equations in Two Dimensions -- 9.10 Conclusion and Comments -- 9.11 Complementary Remarks -- 10. Thomas-Fermi Theory -- 10.1 General Remarks -- 10.2 Some Results from the Theory
of Lp Spaces (1 ? p ? ?) -- 10.3 Minimisation of the Thomas-Fermi Energy Functional -- 10.4 Thomas-Fermi Equations and the Minimisation Problem for the TF Functional -- 10.5 Solution of TF Equations for Potentials of the Form$$V\left(
x \right) = \Sigma _{j = 1}^k\frac{{{z_j}}}{{\left| {x - {x_j}} \right|}}$$ -- 10.6 Remarks on Recent Developments in Thomas-Fermi and Related Theories -- Appendix A. Banach Spaces -- Appendix B. Continuity and Semicontinuity --
Appendix C. Compactness in Banach Spaces -- D.1 Definition and Properties -- D.2 Poincaré’s Inequality -- D.3 Continuous Embeddings of Sobolev Spaces -- D.4 Compact Embeddings of Sobolev Spaces -- Appendix E -- E.1 Bessel Potentials --
E.2 Some Properties of Weakly Differentiable Functions -- E.3 Proof of Theorem 9.2.3 -- References -- Index of Names
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Title:Recent Progress in Many-Body Theories Volume 2
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (361 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-3798-4
Contents:Section I: High Tc Superconductivity -- Flux Phases in the t-J Model -- Two Dimensional Phenomena in High Tc Superconductors -- Novel Singular Solutions of BCS Theory -- Magnetism and Superconductivity in Doped Lamellar Copper Oxide
Systems -- A Vortex Lattice of Anyons in Strongly Correlated Systems -- Electron-Hole Liquid Model for High Tc Superconductivity -- Strong Electron Correlations in CuO2 Planes of High Temperature Superconductors -- Two Component
Superconductivity -- Section II: Localization -- Coherent Back Scattering and Other Optical Effects in Random Media -- Many Body Techniques for Wave Propagating in Random Media -- Localization and Folding of Random Chains -- Section
III: Nuclear Physics -- A New Theory of Collisions -- Calculations of the Ground State of 16O -- A New State of Nuclear Matter -- The “Ideal” Shell Model Calculation -- Non-Spurious Harmonic Oscillator States for Many-Body Systems --
Section IV: Microscopic Approaches I -- Inhomogeneous Quantum Liquids: Many Body Theory on the Testbench -- Coupled Cluster Parametrizations of Model Field Theories and their Bargman-Space Representations -- Fermion Monte Carlo
Algorithms for Quantum Fluids -- Bose Condensate in Superfluid 4He and Momentum Distributions by Deep Inelastic Scattering -- Section V: Mesoscopic Systems -- Ballistic Electronic Transport in Semiconductor Structures --
Random-Matrix-Model for Fluctuations in Microscopic and Mesoscopic Systems -- Section VI: Strongly Correlated Systems -- Super-Effective-Field CAM Theory of Strongly Correlated Electron and Spin Systems -- Unified Description of
Strongly and Weakly Correlated Electrons -- Fermi Hyper-Netted Chain Theory on a Lattice: The Hubbard Model -- Many Body Methods Applied to Scattering of Composite Particles in Gauge Theory with Confinement -- Section VII Microscopic
Approaches Ii -- Two-Body Density Matrix for Quantum Fluids -- New Microscopic Description of Liquid 3He -- Excitation Spectrum of a 3He Impurity in 4He -- Section VIII: Feenberg Medal Presentation And Summary -- Achievements in
Quantum Monte Carlo -- Summary of The VI International Conference on Recent Progress in Many Body Theories Arad Israel
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Title:Particle Physics and Astrophysics Current Viewpoints Proceedings of the XXVII Int. Universitätswochen für Kernphysik Schladming, Austria, February 1988
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Date:1989
Size:1 online resource (309 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-74391-7
Contents:and Survey I: Concepts from Particle Physics -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Standard Model of Elektro-Weak and Strong Interaction -- 3. Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking -- 4. Topologically Stable Configurations (Defects) -- 5. Transitions
Between Different Ground States (Vacua) -- 6. Restoration of Spontaneously Broken Symmetries at Finite Temperatures -- 7. Grand Unified Theories -- 8. Photon Splitting in a Strong Magnetic Field -- 9. Candidates for Dark Matter from
Particle Physics -- References -- and Survey II: Concepts from Astrophysics and Cosmology -- 1. Stellar Evolution -- 2. The Standard Big Bang Model of the Universe -- 3. Formation of Large-Scale Structure in the Universe -- References
-- Physics of Type II Supernova Explosions -- I. Introduction and Historical Remarks -- II. Some Observational Facts -- III. Presupernova Evolution of Massive Stars -- IV. Physics of Stellar Collapse, Shock Energy -- V. Neutrino
Radiation -- VI. Basic Equations for Gravitational Collapse -- VII. Prompt and Delayed Explosions -- VIII. Conclusions and Supplementary Remarks -- Appendix A. Energy-Momentum Conservation -- Appendix B. Core Instabilities -- Appendix
C. Diffusion Approximation, Flux-Limited Diffusion -- Appendix D. Plasma-Neutrino Process -- References -- Evidence for Black Holes -- I. Introduction -- II. Mechanics of Binary Systems -- III. Upper Bound for the Mass of a Neutron
Star -- IV. Three Black Hole Candidates -- References -- Principles of Black Hole Energetics -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Model of Gravitational Collapse -- 3. Positive Energy Theorems -- 4. Hawking Effect -- 5. Calculations of T?v -- 6.
Model of Back Reaction -- References -- Quantum Gravity Motivated Computer Simulations -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Regge-Einstein Action and Quantization -- 3. The Monte Carlo Method -- 4. A Simulation with the Regge-Einstein Action -- 5.
Higher Derivative Gravity -- 6. De Sitter Lattice Gravity -- 7. Conclusions and Outlook -- Appendix A: Some Parameters and Constants -- Appendix B: Basic Geometry -- References -- Neutrino Oscillations and Their Damping -- 1. Particle
Oscillations -- 2. Effects of a Medium -- 3. Adiabatic Case -- 4. Damping of Particle Oscillations -- References -- Phase Transitions as the Origin of Large Scale Structure in the Universe -- 1. Very Large Scale Structure and Gravity
-- 2. Phase Transitions, Defects and Fluctuations -- References
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Title:Big Bang Big Bounce How Particles and Fields Drive Cosmic Evolution
Author(s): Iosif L Rozental
Date:1988
Size:1 online resource (129 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-72745-0
Contents:1 Elementary Particles -- 1.1 Fundamental Interactions -- 1.2 Quantum Numbers of Elementary Particles -- 1.3 Basics of Classification of Elementary Particles -- 1.4 How Elementary Particles Interact -- 1.5 Unified Field Theories --
1.6 Proton Decay -- 2 The Universe -- 2.1 A Bit of History -- 2.2 Friedmann’s Model of the Universe -- 2.3 Evolution of the Universe: A Quantitative Analysis -- 2.4 The Universe: Open or Closed? -- 2.5 A Hot Universe -- 2.6 Baryonic
Asymmetry of the Universe -- 2.7 Cosmologic Nucleosynethesis of Helium -- 2.8 The Origin of Galaxies -- 2.9 Stars -- 3 The Universe and the Elementary Particles -- 3.1 On the Relation between the Characteristic of Stars and of the
Elementary Particles -- 3.2 Structure of the Universe and the Mass of the Elementary Particles -- 3.3 Structure of the Universe and the Fundamental Interaction Constants -- 3.4 The Dimension of Space -- 3.5 Structure of the Universe
and Quantum Numbers of Elementary Particles -- 3.6 The Anthropic Principle -- 3.7 On the Numerical Values of the Fundamental Constants -- 3.8 Conclusion -- 4. The Beginning and End of the Metagalaxy -- 4.1 Updating our Knowledge of the
Metagalaxy -- 4.2 Describing the Metagalaxy -- 4.3 The Universality of the Physical Laws -- 4.4 The Very Beginning -- 4.5 Models of the Metagalaxy -- 4.6 The Friedmann Model -- 4.7 The Physical Vacuum -- 4.8 The de Sitter Model: The
Beginning of the Metagalaxy -- 4.9 The Structure of the Metagalaxy and the Fundamental Constants -- 4.10 The Metagalaxy as a Fluctuation -- 4.11 The Anthropic Principle -- 4.12 The Birth of the Metagalaxy and of Metagalaxies -- 4.13
Future of the Metagalaxy
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Title:Clifford Algebras and Their Applications in Mathematical Physics
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Date:1986
Size:1 online resource (592 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-4728-3
Contents:General Surveys -- A Unified Language for Mathematics and Physics -- Clifford Algebras and Spinors -- Classification of Clifford Algebras -- Pseudo-Euclidean Hurwitz Pairs and Generalized Fueter Equations -- A New Representation for
Spinors in Real Clifford Algebras -- Primitive Idempotents and Indecomposable Left Ideals in Degenerate Clifford Algebras -- Spin Groups -- Groupes de Clifford et Groupes des Spineurs -- Algebres de Clifford Cr,s+ des Espaces
Quadratiques Pseudo-Euclidiens standards Er,s et structures correspondantes sur les espaces de Spineurs Associes. Plongements Naturels des Quadratiques Projectives Reelles Q(E r,s) attachees aux Espaces Er,s -- Spin Groups associated
with Degenerate Orthogonal Spaces -- Algebres de Clifford Separables II -- Sur une Question de Micali-Villamayor -- Clifford Analysis -- Spingroups and Spherical Monogenies -- Left Regular Polynomials in Even Dimensions, and Tensor
Products of Clifford Algebras -- Spingroups and Spherical Means -- The Biregular Functions of Clifford Analysis: Some Special Topics -- Clifford Numbers and Möbius Transformations in Rn -- Mathematical Physics -- A Clifford Calculus
for Physical Field Theories -- Generalized C-R Equations on Manifolds -- Integral Formulae in Complex Clifford Analysis -- Killing Vectors and Embedding of Exact Solutions in General Relativity -- From Grassmann to Clifford --
Lorentzian Applications of Pure Spinors -- The Poincaré Group -- Minimal Ideals and Clifford Algebras in the Phase Space Representation of Spin-1/2 Fields -- Some Consequences of the Clifford Algebra Approach to Physics -- Physical
Models -- Algebraic Ideas in Fundamental Physics from Dirac-algebra to Superstrings -- On Two Supersymmetric Approaches to Quantum Gravity: Clifford Algebra Degeneracy v Extended Objects -- Clifford Algebra and the Interpretation of
Quantum Mechanics -- Representation-free Calculations in Relativistic Quantum Mechanics -- Dirac Equation for Bispinor Densities -- Unified Spin Gauge Theory Models -- U(2,2) Spin-Gauge Theory Simplification by Use of the Dirac Algebra
-- Spin(8) Gauge Field Theory -- Clifford Algebras, Projective Representations and Classification of Fundamental Particles -- Fermionic Clifford Algebras and Supersymmetry -- On Geometry and Physics of Staggered Lattice Fermions -- A
System of Vectors and Spinors in Complex Spacetime and Their Application to Elementary Particle Physics -- Spinors as Components of the Metrical Tensor in 8-dimensional Relativity -- Multivector Solution to Harmonic Systems -- The
Importance of Meaningful Conservation Equations in Relativistic Quantum Mechanics for the Sources of Classical Fields -- Electromagnetism -- Electromagnetic Theory and Network Theory using Clifford Algebra -- Remarks on Clifford
Algebra in Classical Electromagnetism -- Quaternionic Formulation of Classical Electromagnetic Fields and Theory of Functions of a Biquaternion Variable -- Comparison of Clifford and Grassmann Algebras in Applications to
Electromagnetics -- Generalisations of Clifford Algebra -- Symplectic Clifford Algebras -- Walsh Functions, Clifford Algebras and Cayley-Dickson Process -- Z(N)-Spin Systems and Generalised Clifford Algebras -- Generalized Clifford
Algebras and Spin Lattice Systems -- Clifford Algebra, its Generalisations and Physical Applications -- Application of Clifford Algebras to *-products -- On Regular Functions of a Power-associative Hypercomplex Variable -- On a
Geometric Torogonal Quantization Scheme
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Title:Trends in Applications of Pure Mathematics to Mechanics Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on Trends in Applications of Pure Mathematics to Mechanics Held at the Physikzentrum of the German Physical Society Bad Honnef, October 21–25, 1985
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Date:1986
Size:1 online resource (527 p.)
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Contents:Eigenmodes of classical fluids in thermal equilibrium -- Study of the inverse problem in random media using coherence theory -- Half-space problems in the kinetic theory of gases -- Virial coefficients from extended thermodynamics --
On the transient behaviour of structured solids -- On spectral analysis of non-selfadjoint operators in mechanics -- On the photoelastic effect in a hemitropic dissipative dielectric -- Space-time complexity in solid-state and
statistical physics models -- The topology of semidefects and solitons -- Solitons and statistical thermodynamics -- Transient motion of a solitary wave in elastic ferroelectrics -- Driven kinks in shape-memory alloys -- The long-time
behaviour for perturbed wave-equations and related problems -- Solitons and domain structure in elastic crystals with a microstructure -- Phase diagram of one-dimensional electron-phonon and relativistic field theory models:
Renormalization-group studies -- The crooked road to effective stress -- Gauge theories in mechanics -- On the role of noether's theorem in the gauge theory of crystal defects -- On gauge theory in defect mechanics -- Recent progresses
in the couette-taylor problem -- On propagation of the transition layers in solutions to nonlinear partial differential equations -- Constitutive models of polymer fluids: Towards a unified approach -- Application of homogenization to
the study of a suspension of force-free particles -- On the Ericksen's conjecture -- Linear thermodynamics and non-linear phenomena in fluids -- Some remarks on the limit of viscoelastic fluids as the relaxation time tends to zero --
Hydrodynamics of rigid magnetic suspensions -- Non-Newtonian fluids of second grade - rheology, thermodynamics and extended thermodynamics -- Molecular mechanisms of non-linear rubber elasticity -- Some mathematical problems arising in
modern developments in non-Newtonian fluid mechanics -- Shear flows of non-linear visco-elastic fluids -- Hyperbolic phenomena in the flow of viscoelastic liquids -- Rheology of shape memory alloys -- A unilateral model to the
evaluation of the collapse load of masonry solids. -- On the korn type inequality and problem of justification of refined theories for elastic plates -- Stress functions and stress-function spaces for 3-dimensional elastostatics and
dynamics -- Dislocation dynamics in anisotropic thermoelastic-piezoelectric crystals -- Some results of a boundary-layer theory for curved phase interfaces -- Spectrum and periodicity for 0,1-functions -- Criticality in nonlinear
elliptic eigenvalue problems
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Title:Fundamental Aspects of Quantum Theory
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Contents:General Problems and Crucial Experiments -- Are Coherent States the Natural Language of Quantum Theory? -- The Classical Behaviour of Measuring Instruments -- A Continuous Superselection Rule as a Model of Classical Measuring
Apparatus in Quantum Mechanics -- Quantum Interference Effect for Two Atoms Radiating a Single Photon -- Neutron Interferometry and Quantum Mechanics -- An Attempt at a Unified Description of Microscopic and Macroscopic Systems -- On
the Quantum Theory of Continuous Measurements -- Conditional Expectations on Jordan Algebras -- Quantization and Stochastic Processes -- Stochastic Quantization of Gauge Fields and Constrained Systems -- Brownian Motion, Markov
Cosurfaces, Higgs Fields -- Stochastic Description of Supersymmetric Fields with Values in a Manifold -- Quantum Stochastic Calculus in Fock space: A Review -- Quantum Markov Processes Driven by Bose Noise -- Stochastic Interpretation
of Emission and Absorption of the Quantum of Action -- Probabilistic Expression for the Solution of the Dirac Equation in Fourier Space -- Are Dirac Electrons Faster than Light? -- Sojourn Times and First Hitting Times in Stochastic
Mechanics -- Chaotic Behaviour in Quantum Mechanics -- Quantum Systems Periodically Perturbed in Time -- Chaotic Ionization of Highly-Excited Hydrogen Atoms by a Microwave Electric Field -- Possible Evidence of Deterministic Chaos for
the Sinusoidally-Driven Weakly-Bound Electron -- Quantization of Non-Integrable Systems: the Hydrogen Atom in a Magnetic Field -- Quantum Ergodicity and Chaos -- Microscopic and Macroscopic Levels of Description New Techniques and
Results -- Some Fundamental Properties of the Ground State of Atoms and Molecules -- Mass/Energy Gap Associated to Symmetry Breaking: A Generalized Goldstone Theorem for Long Range Interactions -- Embedding as a Description of the
Relation Between Macro- and Microphysics -- Some Applications of Semigroups -- N-Level Systems Interacting with Bosons: Semiclassical Limits -- Bose-Einstein Condensation in Some Interacting Systems -- General Aspects of Gauge Theories
-- Charge, Anomalies and Index Theory -- Adiabatic Phase Shifts for Neutrons and Photons -- The Gauge Principle in Modern Physics -- Infinite Dimensional Lie Algebras and Quantum Physics -- The Spins of Cyons and Dyons -- Beyond the
Hall Effect: Pratical Engineering from Relativistic Quantum Field Theory -- Generalized Aharonov-Bohm Experiments with Neutrons -- Round-Table Discussion on the Aharonov-Bohm Effect -- The Aharonov-Bohm Effect is Real Physics not Ideal
Physics -- Again About an Old Stuff: The Aharonov-Bohm “Effect” -- Against the Existence of the Aharonov-Bohm Effect -- Theories Without AB Effect Misrepresent the Dynamics of the Electromagnetic Field -- Some Cases of the
Aharonov-Bohm Effect: Electron Scattering on Magnetic Strings -- Global Gauge Invariance in Two-Dimensional Quantum Mechanics -- Gravity in Quantum Mechanics -- Stability of Matter -- Ihe Gravitational Phase Transition -- Gravitational
and Rotational Effects on Superconductors -- Quantum Fields on Manifolds: an Interplay Between Quantum Theory, Statistical Thermodynamics and General Relativity -- Quantum Field Theory in Gravitational Background -- Classical
Scattering Theory on the Schwarzschild Metric and the Construction of Quantum Linear Fields on Black Holes -- The Stochastic versus the Euclidean Approach to Quantum Fields on a Static Space-Time -- Quantum Theory in Vector Bundles --
Anomalies and Their Cancellation -- Remarks about Metric Tensors on Fractal Structures -- Short Communications -- A New Gauge Without Any Ghost for Yang-Mills Theory -- Unitary Formalism for Time-Dependent Problems -- Finite
Temperature Quantum Electrical Network Theory -- Two Remarks on the Physical Content of Stochastic Mechanics -- The LambShift for Resonances: Complex Dilations and Coupling Constant Thresholds in Relativistic Quantum Mechanics --
Energy Density and Roughening in the 3-D Ising Ferromagnet -- Bose-Einstein Condensation of Free Photons -- Variational Principle in Quantum Mechanics -- Geometric Quantum Mechanics -- Spectral Sum Rules for Confinement Potentials --
Metrology of Space-Time Dimension -- Chronological Disordering and the Absence of Correlations between Infinitely Separated States -- On Solutions of Quantum Stochastic Integral Equations
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Title:Supersymmetry and Supergravity Nonperturbative QCD Proceedings of the Winter School Held in Mahabaleshwar, India, January 5–19, 1984
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Date:1984
Size:1 online resource (395 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-13390-9
Contents:to global supersymmetry -- N=1 and N=2 supergravities coupled to yang-mills theories: General couplings and spontaneous symmetry breaking -- N=1 Supergravity unified theories and their experimental signatures -- TEV scale models with
two supersymmetries -- Aspects of N=1 supergravity models -- Geometric hierarchy — global and local SUSY -- Supersymmetry, compositeness and a new approach to generation problem -- Search for supersymmetric particles -- Methods in
non-perturbative field theory -- Anomalies and index theory -- Stochastic quantization, associated supersymmetry and Nicolai map -- Chiral symmetry, 1/N expansion and low energy quantum chromodynamics -- Numerical simulations —
Canonical and microcanonical
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Title:Group Theoretical Methods in Physics Proceedings of the XIIth International Colloquium Held at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, September 5–11, 1983
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Date:1984
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Note:10.1007/BFb0016103
Contents:The use and ultimate validity of invariance principles -- Cohomology and contraction: The “non-relativistic” limit revisited -- Linearization — A unified approach -- Weyl kinematical groups of electromagnetic and energy-momentum
tensors -- From spinors to probability amplitudes of external and internal variables for spinning particles -- A characterizatton of factor systems of locally-operating representations -- Recent developments on shift operators --
Unitary and non-unitary, multiplicity free irreducible representations of SL (3,R) -- The symmetry group of a differential equation -- Group contractions and the E(2)-like little group for massless particles as an
infinite-momentum/zero-mass limit of the 0(3)-like little group for massive particles -- Representation approach to lattices of subgroups of space groups -- Young tableaux for the Lie superalgebra OSP(M/N) -- The associated Lie Algebra
of $$\ddot x$$ + f2 $$\dot x$$ + f1x = f0 -- Three-dimensional commutative diagram of group homomorphisms -- Indecomposable representations of Verma type -- Some recent results on the SU(3)? SO(3) state labelling problem -- Irreducible
projective representations of the generalized symmetric groups B n m -- Indecomposable representations of some graded Lie Algebras -- Stephen Paneitz: A brief appreciation -- Indecomposable representations of the Poincare group and
associated fields -- SL(n,R)/SO(n) unirreps and group decontraction -- Hysteresis & universal bifurcation in natural processes -- Irreducible representations of the basic classical Lie superalgebras SU(m/n) SU(n/n)/U(1) OSp(m/2n) D(2/1
? ) G(3) F(4). -- Group representations in indefinite metric spaces -- Tensor operator realisations of the classical Lie Algebras and non-trivial zeros of the 6j-symbol -- Yang - Baxter algebras of dynamical charges in the chiral gross
- Neveu model -- Subgroups of Lie groups and symmetry reduction for nonlinear partial differential equations -- Spinorial description of Lie superalgebras -- Noetherian symmetries, backlund transformation and conservation laws for a
completely integrable three dimensional system -- Einstein equations without killing vectors, self-dual Yang-Mills field and non-linear sigma models (integrability properties, links, new solutions) -- Jet bundle technique, Lie Bäcklund
vector fields and diffusion equations -- A group-theoretic treatment of Gaussian optics and third-order aberrations -- Study of Michel's conjecture -- Conformally invariant solutions of Yang-Mills equations in Minkowski space -- Two
body relativistic scattering with an 0(1,1) symmetric sqaure well potential -- Emergence of central extension of Kac-Moody algebra in quantum integrable models -- Cohomological interpretation of anomalies the example of the trace
anomaly -- On pure, conformal and exotic spinors -- Pohlmeyer-type transformations in general relativity -- On group covariance and the law of motion in a generalized metric theory -- Minimalization of Higgs potentials with application
to the SU(5) model -- Self-dual monopoles and calorons -- U(1) Invariant hierarchy theories in d-dimension antisymmetric gauge tensor fields -- Generalized connection forms with linearized curvature -- Dynamical symmetry breaking in S4
De Sitter space -- Applications of conformal invariance to gauge Quantum Field Theory -- On the necessity of breaking colour SUC(3) symmetry -- Massive vector superfields with SU(2) internal symmetry -- Supergravity in
eleven-dimensional space-time -- Dimensional reduction of exceptional gauge groups and flavor chirality -- Seven - Spheres from octonions -- A solution of Bianchi identities for extended supergravities -- N=2 unconstrained superfield
supergravity from hypermultiplet -- Euclidean supersymmetries in three and four dimensions -- Gauge theories in higher dimensions: Linear relations for gauge fields, integrability conditions, spherical symmetry in eight dimensions --
Quantum vortices and diff (?3) -- The time dependent Sp(2,?) model for the breathing mode -- The quark structure of nuclei from a group theoretical viewpoint -- Group theoretic approach to spherical anharmonic oscillator -- Operator
averages and orthogonalities -- Advances in the theory of collective motion in nuclei -- Quantum effects in classical phase space: Symplectic structures associated to the scattering of nuclear fragments -- Gamow states in momentum
representation -- Geometry of nuclear collective motions -- Is it possible to separate the kinetic energy and the velocity field into a collective and an intrinsic part W.R.T. the GL+(3,)R) collectivity? -- Computer generated
Clebsch-Gordan (C-G) coefficients for space groups -- Automorphism symmetries of space group representations -- Lattices of symmetric groups S5 and S6 and exomorphism of group-subgroup relations up to index 6 -- A direct-expansion
method for tensor properties of crystals -- Isotropy groups of space groups — A simple method for their determination -- Landau's theory of crystalline phase transitions in a superspace formulation -- Symmetry breaking in solid state
and particle physics -- Counterexamples to the maximality conjecture of Landau-Higgs models -- Some mathematical problems in renormalization group theory -- On the Racah algebra for Shubnikov magnetic groups -- On periodic and
non-periodic space fillings of Em obtained by projection -- Invariants for physically irreducible representations of space groups -- On symmetry aspects of phase transitions with coupled parameters -- Quasisymmetry (P-symmetry) in
crystals -- Braid groups and Euclidean Lie algebras in statistical mechanics of spin systems -- Phase coexistence in many-fermion systems -- Mean field renormalization group approach to lattice models -- Linear-antilinear
representations of magnetic line groups -- Anderson transition and nonlinear ?-model -- Do energy bands in solids have an identity -- Coupling coefficients for the space group of the hexagonal close-packed structure -- Harmonic
analysis on phase space and Born's metric for space time -- Generalized Chebyshev polynomials and characters of GL(N,C) and SL(N,C) (fragments of results) -- Tensor operators as an extension of the universal enveloping algebra -- A
group-theoretical criterion for an Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen state -- Group theory algebras and bosonization -- SO(3) commutators for angular momentum and rotation observables -- Integrals of motion of nonstationary quantum systems --
Geometric properties of the lowest energy state for a polynomial Hamiltonian -- Groupes différentiels et physique mathématique -- Gauge invariance and canonical transformations in Dirac generalized mechanics
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Title:Introduction to Supersymmetry in Particle and Nuclear Physics
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Date:1984
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Contents:to Supersymmetry -- Superfields -- Grand Unification With and Without Supersymmetry -- Yang-Mills Theories with Global and Local Supersymmetry — Higgs and Superhiggs Effect in Unified Field Theories -- Supergroups and Their
Representations
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Title:Quantum Gravity
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Date:1984
Size:1 online resource (548 p.)
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Contents:Section I. Quantum Gravity -- The Problems of General Relativity -- The Loss of Quantum Coherence due to Virtual Black Holes -- Asymptotic Freedom in Renormalizable Gravity and Supergravity -- Pregeometry -- On High-Frequency
Background Quantization of Gravity -- Section II. Quantum Effects in Cosmology -- Complete Cosmological Theories -- Particle Production and Dynamics in the Early Universe -- Nonsingular Model of the Universe with the
Quantum-Gravitational de Sitter Stage and its Observational Consequences -- Black Holes Evaporation and Big Mass Particle (Maximon, Intermediate Boson) Creation in Nonstationary Universe -- Origin of the Primordial Inhomogeneities of
the Universe -- Quantum Fluctuations in Cosmology and Galaxy Formation -- Can de Sitter Spacetime be a Final State of the Contracting Universe? -- A New Inflationary Universe Scenario: A Possible Solution of the Horizon, Flatness,
Homogeneity,Isotropy and Primordial Monopole Problems -- Self-Consistent Treatment of Vacuum Quantum Effects in Isotropic Cosmology -- Quantum Field Theories with Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking in External Gravitational Fields of
Cosmological Type -- Grand Unified Phase Transitions and the Early Universe -- Section III. Quantum Effects in Black Holes -- On the Generalized Second-Law of Thermodynamics -- Towards the Theory of Mini Black Holes with Subplanckian
Mass -- Spherically-Symmetric Collapse in Quantum Gravity -- Temperature-Dependent G and Black Hole Thermodynamics -- Vacuum Polarization Near Black Holes -- The Relativity of Vacuum -- Black Hole Evaporations and Their Cosmological
Consequences -- Section IV. Supersymmetry -- Geometries Inherent to N = l Supergravity -- Currents in Supersymmetric Theories -- Counterterms in Extended Supergravities -- Divergences and Anomalies in Kaluza-Klein Theories -- Section
V. Gauge Theories. Twistors -- Gauge Algebra and Quantization -- Renormalization of General Gauge Theories -- Twistor theory -- The Group of Paths in Gravitation and Gauge Theory
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Title:Early Evolution of the Universe and its Present Structure
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Date:1983
Size:1 online resource (564 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-7220-9
Contents:Keynote: Structure of the Universe -- X-Ray Sources of Cosmological Relevance -- THE e+-e- Annihilation Line and the Cosmic X-Ray Background -- QSO Surveys and Quasar Evolution -- Automated Quasar Detection -- The Asiago Catalogue of
Quasi Stellar Objects -- The Quasar Redshift Limit -- Energy Distribution and Variability of BL LAC Objects. The cases of PKS 2155–304 and 3C 66A -- Long-Term Variability of Quasi-Stellar Objects, and Their Distribution in the Hubble
Diagram -- Radio-Source Evolution and the Redshift Cut-Off -- A Model for the Cosmological Evolution of Radio Sources -- Quasar Galaxies: Two-Dimensional Image Deconvolutions -- QSO Luminosities at ? 1 MM -- QSO Redshift Limit and
Periodicity in a FIB Universe -- Unbiased Searches for Quasars Beyond a Redshift of 3.5 -- The Problem of the Redshifts -- The Evolution of the Radio Galaxy Population as Determined from Deep Radio-Optical Surveys -- A 6-CM Deep Sky
Survey -- Near Infrared Photometry of Faint Radio Galaxies -- Near Infrared and Radio Observations of Distant Galaxies -- Studies of Faint Field Galaxies -- JF Photometry of Fourteen Distant Rich Clusters of Galaxies -- Color
Distribution of Faint Galaxies and Quasi-Stellar Objects -- Spectroscopy of Distant Galaxies in Clusters -- A Redshift Survey of Very Faint (B?22.5) Field Galaxies, Radio Sources, and Quasars -- Spectral Energy Distributions of
Galaxies in Moderate Redshift Clusters -- Distortion of the Microwave Background by Dust from Population III -- Was the Big Bang Hot? -- On Population III Star Formation -- Search for Small Scale Anisotropy of the 3K Emission of the
Universe -- New Limits to the Small Scale Fluctuations in the Cosmic Background Radiation -- 10 to 60 Arcmin Fluctuations in the Cosmic Microwave Background -- Deep Radio Source Counts and Small Scale Fluctuations of the Microwave
Background Radiation -- Measurement of the 3 K Cosmic Background Noise in the Far Infrared -- On the Large-Scale Anisotropy of the Cosmic Background Radiation in the Far Infrared -- Large-Scale Anisotropy at Centimeter Wavelengths --
Large-Scale Anisotropy of the Cosmic Relic Radiation in Spatially Open Cosmological Models -- Comments and Summary on the Cosmic Background Radiation -- Redshifts and Large Scale Structures -- The Center for Astrophysics Redshift
Survey -- The Anglo-Australian Redshift Survey -- Catalogue of Radial Velocities of Galaxies -- The Southern Cluster Survey -- Catalogue of Clusters that are Members of Superclusters -- Characteristic Size of Superclusters -- Quasars
and Superclusters -- Further Investigations on Possible Correlations between QSOs and the Lick Catalogue of Galaxies -- Survey of the Bootes Void -- On the Origin of the Voids -- Properties of Galaxies in Low Density Regions --
Dynamics of Voids and Clusters and Fluctuations in the Cosmic Background Radiation -- Condensations and Cavities -- Correlation Functions, Microwave Background, and Pancakes -- A Photometric and Morphological Investigation of Very
Remote Clusters -- Supernovae as a Cosmological Tool -- Substructure in Clusters of Galaxies -- Filaments -- Morphology of the Local Supercluster -- The Kinematics of the Local Supercluster -- Superclusters as Nondissipative Pancakes
-- The Motion of the Local Group of Galaxies with Respect to the Background of Galaxies -- Infall of Galaxies into the Virgo Cluster -- Diameters of HI Disks in Virgo Cluster — and Field Galaxies -- Evidence of Intrinsic Correlation
between the Luminosity and the Velocity Dispersion in Galaxy Groups -- Structure of Neighboring Superclusters: A Quantitative Analysis -- The Perseus Supercluster -- The Ursa Major Supercluster -- Dynamics of Some Remote Superclusters
-- A2197 + A2199 Supercluster Region -- The Indus Supercluster -- The Southwest Extension of the Perseus Supercluster -- The Horologium Supercluster -- Unseen Mass -- Neutrino Mass and Galaxy Formation -- Massive Neutrinos and
Ultraviolet Astronomy -- What does the Dynamical Analysis of Clusters of Galaxies Tell Us about Massive Neutrinos? -- Multimass Models for Clusters of Galaxies -- Perturbations in the Universe with Massive “...Inos” -- Black Holes and
the Fate of a Closed Universe -- The [an] Isotropy of the X-Ray Sky -- Hot Accretion Disks and the High Energy Background -- X-Ray Observations of Active Galactic Nuclei -- QSO Absorption Lines -- Absorption Structure in the BL LAC
Object 0215+015 at 20 Km S-1 Resolution -- High-Redshift Molecular Clouds and Absorption-Line Spectra of Quasars -- The Statistic Study of L? Absorption Lines -- Absorption-Line Spectroscopy of Close Pairs of QSOs -- Evolutionary
Effect in Quasars as a Consequence of Galaxy Formation Process -- Are QSOs Gravitationally Lensed? -- Can All Quasars be Gravitationally Lensed SY’s Nuclei? -- Statistical Analysis of Optically Variable QSOs and Bright Galaxies: A Hint
for Gravitational Lenses? -- Nature of ‘Unseen’ Galactic Envelopes -- The Theory of Large-Scale Structure of the Universe: Local Properties and Global Topology -- Self-Similar Gravitational Clustering -- Monte-Carlo Simulations of the
Distribution of Faint Galaxies -- Neighboring Superclusters and their Environs -- Numerical Experiments on Galaxy Clustering -- Relativistic Stellar Dynamics -- Spherical and Toroidal Local Black Holes -- Possible Contraction of the
Members of the Binary Pulsar PSR 1913+16 and its Astrophysical Consequences -- Observational Tests of Baryon Symmetric Cosmology -- Particle Phase Transitions can Prevent an Initial Cosmological Singularity -- Acceleration and
Dissolution of Stars in the Antibang -- Inflationary Universe, Primordial Sound Waves and Galaxy Formation -- Phase Transitions of Cosmological Vacuum and Primordial Black Holes -- Unified Gauge Theories and Galaxy Formation -- Physics
of the BI-Partition of the Universe -- Causal Structure of the Early Universe -- R2 Gravity and the Structure of the Universe -- The Strong Equivalence Principle and its Violation -- The Role of Particle Physics in Cosmology and
Galactic Astronomy -- Index of Names -- Index of Subjects
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Title:Gauge Theory and Gravitation Proceedings of the International Symposium on Gauge Theory and Gravitation (g & G) Held at Tezukayama University Nara, Japan, August 20–24, 1982
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Date:1983
Size:1 online resource (319 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-11994-9
Contents:A micro-deSitter spacetime with constant torsion: A new vacuum solution of the Poincaré gauge field theory -- New general relativity - Translation gauge theory - -- Generalizations of gravitational theory based on group covariance --
Algebraic construction of static axially symmetric self-dual fields -- Space-time structure of gravitational solitons -- Dyon black hole in the Tomimatsu-Sato-Yamazaki space-time -- Massive gauge theories in three dimensions (= at high
temperature) -- Gluon condensation and confinement of quarks -- Generalized string amplitude and wave equation for hadrons -- Stochastic quantization and large N reduction -- Variational methods in the master field formulation for
QCD3+1 -- Confinement by thick magnetic vortices -- Renormalizability of massive Yang-Mills theory -- Absence of particle creation as an equilibrium condition -- Renormalization and scaling of non-Abelian gauge fields in curved
space-time -- Two-point functions and renormalized observables -- Vacuum energy in the bag model -- Stochastic quantization and Gribov problem -- The geometry of the configuration space of non abelian gauge theories -- Lattice gauge
theory — a progress report -- Recent developments in the theory of large N gauge fields -- Topological excitations on a lattice -- Observation of Aharonov-Bohm effect by electron holography -- BPS transformation and color confinement
-- Covariant operator formalism of gauge theories and its extension to finite temperature -- Path integration at the crossroad of stochastic and differential calculus -- Manifestly covariant canonical formalism of quantum gravity - A
brief survey - -- A gauge invariant resummation of quantum gravity -- “The gauge invariant effective action for quantum gravity and its semi-quantitative approximation” -- Background field method of gauge theory and the renormalization
problem -- Supersymmetric grand unification -- Aspects of grand unified models with softly broken supersymmetry -- Supersymmetric dipole mechanism and vacuum energy -- Nosonomy of an inverted hierarchy model -- Grand unified theories
with symmetry and local supersymmetry -- The auxiliary field/ultraviolet finiteness connection -- Consistency of coupling in supergravity with propagating lorentz connexion -- Cosmological phase transition in microcanonical gravity --
Dimensional reduction -- Kaluza-Klein type theory -- Pregeometry -- Scale invariant scalar-tensor theory and the origin of gravitational constant and particle masses -- Concluding remarks -- Quantized strings and QCD -- One-loop
divergences and ?-functions in supergravity theories -- A geometrical foundation of a unified field theory
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Title:Unified Theories of Elementary Particles Critical Assessment and Prospects Proceedings of the Heisenberg Symposium Held in München, July 16–21,1981
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Date:1982
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Contents:An approach to the unification of elementary particle interactions -- Composite quarks and leptons -- Radical unification -- Speculations about the QCD vacuum -- Some recent progress in chromo string dynamics -- The numerical study of
quantum chromodynamics -- Spontaneously broken and dynamically enhanced global and local symmetries -- Spontaneous breaking of supersymmetry -- Supersymmetric soliton states in extended supergravity theories -- Stability properties of
gravity theories -- Why is the apparent cosmological constant zero? -- Lattice gravity or Riemannian structure on piecewise linear spaces -- Particles and geometry
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Title:New Developments in Mathematical Physics
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Date:1981
Size:1 online resource (706 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-8642-8
Contents:Foreword -- Lectures -- Classical Scattering Theory -- Geometric Methods in Scattering Theory -- Three-Body Coulomb Scattering -- Inverse Spectral and Scattering Theory -- Time Delay of Quantum Scattering Processes -- Finiteness of
Total Cross-Sections -- Analyticity Properties of the S-Matrix: Historical Survey and Recent Results in S-Matrix Theory and Axiomatic Field Theory -- Scattering in Quantum Field Theory: The M.P.S.A. Approach in Complex Momentum Space
-- Geometrical Aspects of Gauge Configurations -- A Brief Introduction to the Geometry of Gauge Fields -- The Geometry of Symmetry Breakingin Gauge Theories -- Geometric Aspects of Quantized Gauge Theories -- Recent Developments in
Finite Energy (Topological) Monopole Theory -- Seminars -- On the Universal Low Energy Limit in Nonrelativistic Scattering Theory -- On Classical Time Delay -- A Finite-Energy SU(3) Solution Which Does not Satisfy the Bogomolny
Equations -- $$\rm {\tilde S}O_0$$ (3.2)-Invariant Scattering of Dirac Singletons -- Generating Multimonopoles by Soliton Theoretic Method -- Remarks on Lattice Gauge Models -- The Klein-Kaluza Theory with a Torsion -- Attempts at a
Geometrical Understanding of Higgs Fields -- Monopoles in SU2-Yang-Milis Theory -- Extended Kaluza-Klein Unified Gauge Theories -- Rigorous Estimates of the Elastic e¯ (µ¯p) Scattering Amplitude -- On the Relation Between Bare and
Dressed Charge in QED -- Decomposition of the Coherence Relation in C*-Algebraic Many Body Physics -- Optical Theorem for Three-Three Scattering -- On the Determination of tN Phase Shifts from Isospin Constraints and Fixed t
Analyticity
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Title:Present Status and Aims of Quantum Electrodynamics Proceedings of the Symposion Held at Mainz University May 9–10,1980
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Date:1981
Size:1 online resource (307 p.)
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Contents:Quantum electrodynamics within the framework of unified field theories -- Universality of lepton interactions -- Test of Quantum Electrodynamics at high momentum transfers -- Some basic problems of quantum electrodynamics -- The
anomalous magnetic moment of the leptons: Theory and numerical methods -- Refined data on electron structure from invariant frequency ratios in electron and positron geonium spectra -- The muon magnetic moment -- The measurement of G-2
for the muon -- Quantum Electrodynamics in bound systems -- Ground state positronium: Hyperfine structure and decay rates -- Positronium in excited states -- Muonium and neutral muonic helium -- Vacuum polarization in muonic atoms --
The determination of Lamb shift from the anisotropy quenching radiation from metastable hydrogenic atoms -- The Lamb shift of the hydrogen atom and hydrogenic ions -- Helium and helium-like systems -- Comparison between experiment and
theory in heavy electronic systems -- Positronenerzeugung bei Schwerionenstössen
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Title:Group Theoretical Methods in Physics Proceedings of the IX International Colloquium Held at Cocoyoc, México, June 23–27, 1980
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Date:1980
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Contents:Group theory of the Morse potential -- Four Euclidean conformal group approach to the multiphoton processes in the H-atom -- Landau theory, symmetry breaking and the chain criterion -- The configuration dN in cubic symmetry: A
symmetry adapted weak field approach -- Group theory of the effective potential -- Bloch theorem for crystals with structural distortions -- Global symmetries of spin systems defined on abelian manifolds -- Phases and conjugacy classes
-- The probability density in non relativistic quantum mechanics and the (extended) Galilei group -- Quaternionic quantum mechanics and Adler's chromostatics -- Coherent angular momentum states for the isotropic oscillator -- How to
measure the canonical momentum p and operators p + f(q) -- A uniqueness result for the segal quantization of a classical system with symmetries -- On the singular points of the matrix elements of the resolvent operator -- Limitations
on quantum measuring processes -- Classical and quantum physics on phase space: The state spaces -- Quantum dynamical semigroups and complete positivity. An application to isotropic spin relaxation -- On geometric quantization of the
rigid body -- A unified theory of simple dynamical systems -- Geometry of the time-dependent variational principle in quantum mechanics -- Variational characterization of Hamiltonian vectorfields as lie algebra of canonical
diffeomorphisms -- The lie theory of extended groups in classical mechanics — Is it of relevance to quantum mechanics? -- On the structure of phase space -- Quantization as mapping and as deformation -- Metric and group structures from
quantum physics -- Spontaneous symmetry breaking and restricted superposition principle -- Many-body quantum mechanics as symplectic dynamics -- A nonlinear superposition principle for Riccati equations of the conformal type --
Bäcklund transformations, conservation laws and lie symmetries for the generalized nonlinear Schrödinger equation -- Killing tensors and variable separation for Hamilton-Jacobi equations -- Lie pseudogroups and gauge theory --
Conformal invariance and symmetry breaking for the one-dimensional wave equation -- The flavour sequence and superselection rules -- The Zitterbewegung of the electron and its compact phase space -- New experimental evidence for a new
interpretation of flavor SU(3) -- Baryon magnetic moments in broken SU(6) -- The Racah-Wigner algebra and the masses of exotic hadrons -- Simple construction of a relativistic wave equation with arbitrary mass and spin and belinfante's
1/S-conjecture -- Poincaré group, symplectic group, and relativistic extended hadrons consisting of spin 1/2 quarks -- An operator S matrix theory of the strongly interacting particles -- Generalized Galilei invariant partial wave
expansions of the scattering amplitude for collisions between two particles with arbitrary spin -- Ternary algebras as the basis of a dynamical theory of subconstituents -- Solitons as sections in non trivial bundles -- Effects of
heavy colored higgs scalars in grand unified theories -- Categories of nonlinear group realizations: A possible explanation for the multiple states of charge -- Classical solutions of non-linear ?-models and their quantum fluctuations
-- Higgs representations for SO(n) gauges theories -- Multivortex configurations in the Abelian Higgs model -- Quark confinement in field theories with discrete gauge symmetry Z(3) -- Proliferation of effective fields by spontaneous
symmetry breakdown -- Explicit solutions for the scalar coupled Yang-Mills system in Minkowski space -- Dynamical supersymmetry SU(6/4) in nuclei -- Group theory of the IBA and its applications -- Bases for irreps of U(6) and three
body problems -- Intrinsic sphape of nuclei -- Group theory and nuclear high spin phenomena -- SU3 symmetry in resonating group calculations. Toward a microscopic theory of 12C + 12C molecular resonances -- Collective motion, composite
particle structure, and symplectic groups in nuclei -- Group theory and confrontation of nuclear collective models -- Matrix elements of generators of U(6) in a U(6)?U(3)?U(2) basis -- Hartree-Fock one-body dynamics and U(n) co-adjoint
orbits -- Group-theoretical aspects of the many-body problem in nuclear theory -- The continuing quest for exact solutions of Einstein's field eouations - - new goals for the eighties -- All non-twisting N's with cosmological constant
-- Can quantum effects prevent spacetime collapse? -- Complex plane representation of the Geroch group and a proof of a geroch conjecture -- The Geroch group and soliton solutions of the stationary axially symmetric Einstein's
equations -- Geometry of projective asymptotic twistor space -- A truly relativistic approach of the concept of time -- Bases in Sp(2n) representation space -- Semiunitary projective representations of non-connected lie groups: A
criterion for the choice of the unitary subgroup -- SU(mn) ? SU(m) x SU(n) isoscalar factors and S(f1+f2) ? S(f1) × S(f2) isoscalar factors -- Structure of enveloping algebras of low-rank groups -- Computer programs for the reduction
of symmetrised nth powers of space group irreducible representations using gard's subgroup method -- Some remarks on the uniqueness and reality of Clebsch-Gordan coefficients for corepresentations -- On some special relations involving
3-jm symbols -- Two problems related to the Stone-von Neumann-Mackey uniqueness theorem -- Non-complex representations and their relation to antiunitary symmetry -- Representation theory of compact groups -- Representation theory of
compact groups / Shift operators for discrete unitary representations of O(p,q) -- Representation theory of compact groups / Maximal Abelian subalgebras of sp(2n,?) and their applications in physics -- Representation theory of compact
groups / Polynomial space group tensors -- A permutation for SUn consistent with duality -- Integral transform representation of SL (2,R) -- The theory of G? supermanifolds -- Casimir operations and the relations of the simplest
supersymmetric superalgebra -- On realizations of graded lie algebras and on properties of d-polynomials -- On gauge formulations of gravitation theories -- Lagrangian formalism for superfields with internal symmetry -- Causal
propagation in second order Lorentz-invariant wave equations -- The exceptional group E8 for grand unification -- Completely integrable N-body problems in three-dimension and their relativistic generalization -- Ward-Takashi identities
as a necessary and sufficient condition for gauce invariance -- Supersymmetric generalization of Riemannian symmetric pairs -- Composite gauge fields and Riemannian geometry -- Gauge-theory ghosts and unitarity - Progress in the
geometrical treatment -- Color in internal supersymmetry unification -- Canonical (possibly Lagrangian) realizations of the Poincare' group with increasing mass-spin trajectories -- Similarity analysis of wave propagation in axially
nonlinear nonhomogéneous systems
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Title:First Workshop on Grand Unification New England Center University of New Hampshire April 10–12, 1980
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Date:1980
Size:1 online resource (372 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-6903-5
Contents:Welcome -- The New Frontier -- Grand Unified Theories Without Superheavy Magnetic Monopoles -- Symmetry Breaking Patterns for Unitary and Orthogonal Groups -- The Limits on Unstable Heavy Particles -- Symmetry Breaking Patterns in E6
-- Charge Conjugation and its Violation in Unified Models -- Baryon and Lepton Non-Conservation, Majorana Neutrinos and Neutron % MathType!MTEF!2!1!+- % feaagaart1ev2aaatCvAUfeBSjuyZL2yd9gzLbvyNv2CaerbuLwBLn %
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Conservation Laws in Grand Unified Models -- Quark-Lepton Unification and Proton Decay -- Evidence For Neutrino Instability -- Review of Neutrino Oscillation Experiments -- The Irvine-Michigan-Brookhaven Nucleon Decay Facility: Status
Report on a Proton Decay Experiment Sensitive to a Lifetime of 1033 Years and a Long Baseline Neutrino Oscillation Experiment Sensitive to Mass Differences of Hundredths of an Electron Volt -- A Search for Baryon Decay: Plans for the
Harvard-Purdue-Wisconsin Water Cerenkov Detector -- Possibilities of Experiments to Measure Neutron-Antineutron Mixing -- The Search for Neutrino Oscillations: Present Experimental Data and Future Experiments -- Neutrinos in
Cosmology—Good Nus from the Big Bang -- Big Bang Baryosynthesis -- Some Comments on Massive Neutrinos -- Supergut -- Fermion Masses in Unified Theories -- The Soudan Mine Experiment: A Dense Detector for Baryon Decay -- The Homestake
Mine Proton Decay Experiment -- A Modest Appeal to SU(7) -- Vertical-Horizontal Flavor Grand Unification -- Neutrino Fluctuat Nec Mergitur: Are Fossil Neutrinos Detectable? -- Expectations for Baryon and Lepton Nonconservation --
Program -- Organizing Committee -- List of Participants
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Title:Symmetries in Science
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Date:1980
Size:1 online resource (495 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-3833-8
Contents:Why We Believe in the Einstein Theory -- The Role and Value of the Symmetry Principles and Einstein’s Contribution to Their Recognition -- Statistical Concepts in Einstein’s Physics -- What Are the True Building Blocks of Matter --
Classification of Wigner Operators by a New Type of Weight Space Diagram -- De Sitter Fibers and SO(3,2) Spectrum Generating Group for Hadrons -- The Wigner-Racah Algebra for Finite and Compact Continuous Groups -- Applications of
Coherent States in Thermodynamics and Dynamics -- The Application of Imbedding Theory to the Atomic Shell Model -- Group Theory in Atomic and Molecular Physics -- New Approach to Matrix Elements and Clebsch-Gordan Coefficients for
Compact and Non-Compact Groups -- Group Theory and the Interaction of Composite Nucleon Systems -- Time Reversal in Dissipative Systems -- Life Groups, Quantum Mechanics, Many-Body Theory and Organic Chemistry -- Symmetry and Variable
Separation for the Helmholtz, Wave and Hamilton-Jacobi Equations -- Review of the Group Theory behind the Interacting Boson Model of the Nucleus -- Remarks on the Algebraic Structure of Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking in Unified Gauge
Theories -- Symmetry Breaking and Far-From-Equilibrium Order -- Finite Subgroups of the Lorentz Group and Their Generating Functions -- On Dynamical Symmetries in Relativistic Field Theories -- On the Generalisation of the
Gell-Mann-Nishijima Relation -- Relativistic Dynamical Groups in Quantum Theory and Some Possible Applications -- Generalized Coherent States -- Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking in Bifurcation Problems -- Time, Energy, Relativity, and
Cosmology -- Projection Operators for Semisimple Compact Lie Groups and Their Applications -- Orders in Nature: From Quantum to Classical -- Systematic Methods for Determining the Continuous Transformation Groups Admitted by
Differential Equations -- Symmetry Breaking in Embryology and in Neurobiology -- On Global Properties of Quantum Systems -- Invited Speakers and Invited Participants
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Title:Hadronic Matter at Extreme Energy Density
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Date:1980
Size:1 online resource (358 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-3602-0
Contents:Theoretical Lectures -- Ericson Fluctuations and the New Argonne Data on ?N Scattering -- Asymptotic Freedom and Color Superconductivity in Dense Quark Matter -- Duality Transformation and Confinement in Gauge Theories --
Thermodynamics of Nuclear Matter from the Statistical Bootstrap Model -- The Bag Model and Quantum Chromodynamics -- Quarks and Fermionic Geometry -- Nuclear Fireballs in Heavy Ion Collisions -- A Critique of Astrophysical Applications
of Hagedorn’s Bootstrap -- Particle Production in Soft and Hard Hadronic Collisions. Is There Evidence for Hadronic Constituents? -- From Hadron to Quark Matter -- Supersymmetry Approach to the Unification of Interactions -- The
Infra-red Behaviour of the Running Coupling Constant in Yang-Mills Theories -- Seminars on Specialized Topics -- A New Viewpoint on De Sitter Gauge Invariance in Gravity -- Limiting Temperature, Lifetime, Size of the Centrally Produced
Hadronic Matter and its Astrophysical Implications -- Evidence for Two Body Break-up at a Unique Temperature in High Energy P-Xe and P-Kr Collisions -- On the Application of Fields with Continuous Mass Parameter -- A Classical Theory
of Strong Interactions (with “Confinement”) -- Energy-Momentum Distribution in e+e? Annihilation -- Exponential Mass Spectrum and Pion Condensation -- A Field Theoretic Description of Clusters as an Approximation to the Statistical
Bootstrap Model -- “Small”, “Large”, and “Very Large” Transverse Momenta in a Unified Hydrodynamical Description -- Contributors
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Keywords: Science , Science, general , Science, general
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Title:Quarks and Leptons as Fundamental Particles
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Date:1979
Size:1 online resource (716 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-8574-2
Contents:Opening Address -- Lectures on Quarks -- Recent Experiments at DESY -- Quarkonia -- Manifestations of Colour in Hadron Spectroscopy -- to Quark Confinement in QCD -- Some Current Issues in Gauge Theories -- Strong and Electromagnetic
Decays of the New Particles -- Grand Unified Theories -- The Quark Recombination Mechanism in Multi-Hadron Production -- Tests of QCD in Two-Photon Processes in Very High Energy e+e? Collisions -- Summary
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Series:Acta Physica Austriaca, Supplementum XXI Proceedings of the XVIII. Internationale Universitätswochen für Kernphysik 1979 der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz at Schladming (Steiermark, Austria) 28th February–10th March 1979: 21/1979
Keywords: Physics , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory
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Title:Facts and Prospects of Gauge Theories
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Date:1978
Size:1 online resource (890 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-8538-4
Contents:Opening Address -- Elementary Introduction to Gauge Theories -- Effects of Topological Charge in Gauge Theories -- Topological Methods for Gauge Theories -- Lattice Gauge Fields -- Gauge Fields on a Lattice (Selected Topics) --
Chromodynamic Theory of Hadrons -- Jets and QCD -- Supersymmetry and Gauge Theories of Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions -- Gauge Theories of Gravitation -- High-Energy Neutrino Experiments -- Hadron Induced Lepton Production --
Charm and Heavy Lepton Production by e+-e? Interactions -- Analysis of T-violation without Assumed CPT -- KSO Decays and Lorentz Invariance -- A Unified Gauge Theory without ?-e Universality -- Classical Limit for Arbitrary Commutation
Relations -- Nonlocal Properties of Fermionic Matter in Strong Gravitational Fields -- Low-Energy ?N- and NN-Scattering in Chiral Dynamics with the Use of Superpropagators -- Remarks on Vacuum Structure of Yang-Mills Theory --
Multi-Dimensional Unified Theory -- Remarks on Symanzik’s Approach to Nonrenormalizable Theories -- A Quasi-Metric Associated with SU(2) Yang-Mills Fields -- Observable Consequences of Spontaneously Broken Non-Abelian Symmetries --
Summary
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Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Nuclear fusion , Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Nuclear Fusion
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Title:Trends in Elementary Particle Theory International Summer Institute on Theoretical Physics in Bonn 1974
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Date:1975
Size:1 online resource (472 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-07160-1
Contents:Renormalization of gauge theories -- Unified models of electromagnetic and weak interactions -- Osterwalder-Schrader positivity in conformal invariant quantum field theory -- Quantum gravity -- Quantum field theory and statistical
mechanics -- Critical phenomena and the renormalization group -- Renormalization group solution of Ising spin models -- Covariant parton model -- Quark confinement in gauge theories of strong interactions -- Parton models for weak and
electromagnetic interactions -- The relativistic string -- Fermi — bose — supersymmetry -- Strings, conductive and otherwise -- Hadron physics at ISR energies -- Review of results obtained at the cern intersecting storage rings
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Keywords: Physics , Physics , Physics, general
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Title:Coherence and Quantum Optics Proceedings of the Third Rochester Conference on Coherence and Quantum Optics held at the University of Rochester, June 21–23, 1972
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Date:1973
Size:1 online resource (914 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-2034-0
Contents:W1 Resonant Pulse Propagation I -- W1-1 Some Nonlinear Properties of Pulse Propagation -- W1-2 Self-Induced Transparency in the Broadline and Narrowline Limits and Applications -- W1-3 Observation of Zero-Degree Pulse Propagation in a
Resonant Medium -- W1-4 Higher Conservation Laws and Coherent Pulse Propagation -- W2 Quantum Electrodynamics and Alternative Theories I -- W2-1 Survey of the Present Status of Neoclassical Radiation Theory -- W2-2 A Test of Jaynes’
Neoclassical Theory: Incoherent Resonance Fluorescence from a Coherently Excited State -- W2-3 Experimental Limitations to the Validity of Semiclassical Radiation Theories -- W2-4 Time Delay Statistics of Photoelectric Emissions: An
Experimental Test of Classical Radiation Theory -- W3 Coherence Effects in Spontaneous Emission I -- W3-1 Non-Linear Radiation Reaction -- W3-2 Master Equations in the Theory of Incoherent and Coherent Spontaneous Emission -- W3-3
Influence of Resonant Frequency Shifts on Superradiant Damping -- W3-4 Spontaneous Emission Rate in the Presence of a Mirror -- W4 Coherence I -- W4-1 Atomic Coherent States in Quantum Optics -- W4-2 Coherent States in Modern Physics
-- W4-3 Debye Representation and Multipole Expansion of the Quantized Free Electromagnetic Field -- W4-4 Volume of Coherence -- T1 Quantum Electrodynamics and Alternative Theories II -- T1-1 A Quantum Treatment of Spontaneous Emission
without Photons -- T1-2 Finite Quantum and Classical Electrodynamics -- T1-3 The Use of Classical Solutions in Quantum Optics -- T1-4 Raman Effect in Semiclassical Theory -- T2 Light Scattering I -- T2-1 Theory of Resonant Light
Scattering Processes in Solids -- T2-2 A Generalized Extinction Theorem and Its Role in Scattering Theory -- T2-3 Mode Analysis and Mode Coupling of Electromagnetic Fields in Spatially Dispersive Media -- T2-4 Amplitude Stabilization
of Pulses from a Q-Switched Ruby Laser by Means of Interaction with a Non-Linear Medium -- T3 Correlation and Fluctuation Measurements -- T3-1 Two-Photon Time Distributions in Mixed Light Beams -- T3-2 Photocounting Inversion in
Presence of Dead Time Effects -- T3-3 Image Reconstruction from the Modulus of the Correlation Function: A Practical Approach to the Phase Problem of Coherence Theory -- T3-4 Photon-Correlation Spectroscopy -- T3-5 Multi-Time Intervals
Distributions of Photoelectrons from Stationary Pseudo-Thermal Light with Gaussian Spectrum -- T4 Light Scattering II -- T4-1 Adventures in Green’s Land: Light Scattering in Anisotropic Media -- T4-2 Intensity Fluctuation Techniques in
Light Scattering -- T4-3 Coherence Properties of Light through a Liquid Crystal -- T4-4 C. Non-Critical Rayleigh Scattering from Pure Liquids -- T5 Coherence Effects in Spontaneous Emission II -- T5-1 Cooperative Effects in Spontaneous
Emission -- T5-2 Amplified Spontaneous Emission -- T5-3 Non-Gaussian Statistics of Superradiant Radiation from Saturated Xenon 3.5?m Laser Amplifier -- T5-4 On the Theory of Radiating Electrons -- T6 Coherent Light Interactions -- T6-1
Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy by Saturation with Coherent Light -- T6-2 Response Functions for Strongly Driven Systems -- T6-3 Mechanism of Interaction of Picosecond Light Pulses with Matter Yielding Self-Trapping -- T6-4 Resonance
Fluorescence Lineshapes with Intense Applied Fields -- T6-5 Electron Beams as Carriers of Optical Coherence -- T7 Lasers -- T7-1 Detuned Single Mode Laser and Detailed Balance -- T7-2 Tunable Raman Lasers -- T7-3 Dye Lasers: Recent
Advances in Tunable Systems -- F1 Quantum Electrodynamics and Alternative Theories III -- F1-1 A Theory of Light without Photons: Implications from Fermis to Light Years -- F1-2 Blackbody Heat Capacity and Action-at-a-Distance
Electrodynamics -- F1-3 The Implications of Radiative Equilibrium in Jaynes’ Extension of Semiclassical Radiation Theory -- F1-4 A Quantum Electrodynamic Investigation of the Jaynes-Crisp-Stroud Approach to Spontaneous Emission -- F1-5
Critical Comments on Radiation Theory -- F2 Resonant Pulse Propagation II -- F2-1 Cooperative Phenomena in Resonant Propagation -- F2-2 Theory of Sub-Cooperation-Limit Optical Pulses in Resonant Absorbers -- F2-3 Multiple Pulse
Chirping in Self-Induced Transparency -- F2-4 Coupled Superradiance Master Equations: Application to Fluctuations in Coherent Pulse Propagation in Resonant Media -- F3 Coherence II -- F3-1 The Laser-Phase Transition Analogy — Recent
Developments -- F3-2 Multiple-Time-Scale Analysis of Coherent Radiation -- F3-3 Orthogonal Operators and Phase Space Distributions in Quantum Optics -- F4 Coherence Effects in Spontaneous Emission III -- F4-1 Radiation by Many Excited
Atoms between Mirrors -- F4-2 Transient Coherent Emission -- F4-3 Superradiance from a System of 3-Level Particles -- F4-4 A Quantum Electrodynamic View of Superradiance as a Competition between Stimulated and Spontaneous Atomic Decay
-- F5 Post Deadline Session -- F5-1 Third- and Higher-Order Intensity Correlations in Laser Light -- F5-2 Correlation Function of a Laser Beam near Threshold -- F5-3 Localization of Photons -- F5-4 Adiabatic Following and the
Self-Defocusing of Light in Rubidium Vapor -- F5-5 Experimental Evidence of an X-Ray Laser -- F5-6 Quantum Theory of Photodetection and Coherence Properties of Electrons -- F5-7 Statistics of Light Scattered by Non-Gaussian
Fluctuations -- F6 Quantum Noise -- F6-1 Unified Thermodynamics of Dissipative Structures and Coherence in Nonlinear Optics -- F6-2 The Approach to Thermal Equilibrium in Systems of Coupled Quantum Oscillators Initially in a
Generalized Gaussian State -- F6-3 Comparison between Incoherent and Chaotic Sources: Contribution to the Study of the Origin of Bunching Effect -- F6-4 Self-Pulsing in Laser Amplification of Broadband Noise -- Author Index
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Title:The Principles of Electromagnetic Theory and of Relativity
Author(s): Marie-Antoinette Tonnelat
Date:1966
Size:1 online resource (488p p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-3550-7
Contents:Preface -- One/Electromagnetic Theory -- I/Electrostatics -- II/Magnetostatics -- III/Electromagnetism -- IV/Sources of the Electromagnetic Field. Lorentz’ Theory -- Two/Special Relativity -- V/The Principle of Relativity --
VI/Four-Dimensional Formalism of Special Relativity -- VII/Relativistic Kinematics -- VIII/Relativistic Dynamics -- IX/Relativistic Electromagnetism -- X/The Experimental Verifications of Special Relativity -- Three/General Relativity
-- XI/General Relativity -- XII/The Development of General Relativity and Some of Its Consequences -- XIII/Unified Theories of Electromagnetism and Gravitation Characteristics of a Pure Field Theory Unified theories and Non-Dualistic
Theories -- Four/Mathematical Supplement -- XIV/Tensor Calculus In An Euclidean Vector Space -- XV/Tensor Calculus in a Non-Euclidean Metric Manifold. Application to a Riemannian Space
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Title:Weak interactions
Author(s): David Bailin
Date:1982
Edition:2nd ed.
Publisher:Adam Hilger, in association with the University of Sussex Press: Bristol
Size:457 pgs.
Contents:1. Preliminary Survey, 2. Dirac Field Theory and the Leptonic Current, 3. Purely Leptonic Processes, 4. Semileptonic Processes, 5. Purely Hadronic Processes, 6. Unified Gauge Theories of Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions, 7. CP Violation
ISBN:0852745397
Series:Graduate Student Series in Physics
Keywords: Weak interactions (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Geometry of the standard model of elementary particles
Author(s): Andrzej Derdzinski
Date:1992
Publisher:Springer-Verlag: New York
Size:199 pgs.
Contents:Part I: Particle Modles - 1. Particles and Vector Bundles, 2. Invariants of Particles, 3. More on Relativistic Particle Models
Part II: Unificaitons - 4. The Electromagnetic Interaction, 5. the Yang-Mills Description of Interactions, 6. The Standard Model, 7. Grand Unified Theories, 8. Unitary Symmetries of Hadrons, 9. Hadrons and the Weak Interaction, 10. Lagrangian in Classical Field Theory, 11. Symmetry Breaking and Positive Masses
ISBN:0387543562
Series:Texts and Monographs in Physics
Keywords: Standard Model (Nuclear Physics) , Electroweak Interactions
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Title:Proceedings of the Workshop on Unified Theories and Baryon Number in the Universe: National Laboratory for High Energy Physics (KEK), February 13-14, 1979
Conference:KEK Summer School, Ibaraki, Japan, 1979
[C79-02-13.1]
Author(s): Osamu Sawada (ed.)
Akio Sugamoto (ed.)
Date:2004
Publisher:National Laboratory for High Energy Physics: Tsukuba, Japan
Size:109 p
Note:Reprint of partial contents. Originally published 1979
ISBN:4990193601
Keywords: Baryons Congresses , Nuclear reactions Congresses , Unified field theories Congresses , Conference proceedings , Conferences
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Title:The World in eleven dimensions: Supergravity, supermembranes and M-theory
Author(s): M.J. Duff (ed.)
Date:1999
Publisher:Institute of Physics: Philadelphia
Size:513 pgs.
Contents:1. Eleven-Dimensional Supergravity, 2. The Eleven-Dimensional Supermembrane, 3. The Eleven-Dimensional Superfivebrane, 4. M-Theory (before M-Theory was Cool), 5. Intersecting Branes and Black Holes, 6. M-Theory and Duality
ISBN:0750306726
Series:Studies in high energy physics, cosmology, and gravitation 506
Keywords: Unified Field Theories , Supergravity , Supersymmetry , Superstring Theories
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Title:Grand unified theories
Author(s): Graham G. Ross
Date:1984
Publisher:Benjamin/Cummings Pub. Co: Menlo Park, Calif
Size:497 pgs.
Contents:1. Introduction, 2. Gauge Field Theories, 3. Quantum Chromodynamics - A Theory for the Strong Interactions, 4. SU(2)xU(1): A Theory for the Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions, 5. SU(5): The Prototype Grand Unified Theory, 6. The Classic Predictions of Grand Unified Theories, 7. Beyond SU(5), 8. Technicolour Theories, 9. Supersymmetry, 10. Supersymmetric Models, 11. Phenomenology of Supersymmetry and Susyguts, 12. Cosmology and Guts
ISBN:0805369678
Series:Frontiers in Physics: no.60
Keywords: Grand unified theories (Nuclear physics)
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Title:Unification and supersymmetry: The Frontiers of quark-lepton physics
Author(s): Rabindra Nath Mohapatra
Date:2003
Edition:3rd ed.
Publisher:Springer-Verlag: New York
Size:421 pgs.
Contents:1. Important Basic Concepts in Particle Physics, 2. Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking, 3. The SU(2)[sub L] x U(1) Model, 4. CP-Violation: weak and Strong, 5. Grand Unification and the SU(5) Model, 6. Left-Right Symmetric Models of Weak Interactions and Massive Neutrinos, 7. SO(10) Grand Unification, 8. Technicolor and Compositeness, 9. Global Supersymmetry, 10. Field Theories and Global Supersymmetry, 11. Broken Supersymmetry and Applicaiton to Particle Physics, 12. Phenomenology of Supersymmetric Models, 13. Supersymmetric Grand Unification, 14. Local Supersymmetry (N = 1), 15. Application of Supergravity (N = 1) to Particle Physics, 16. Beyond N = 1 Supergravity, 17. Superstrings and Quark-Lepton Physics
ISBN:0387955348
Series:Graduate Texts in Contemporary Physics: v.654
Keywords: Grand Unified Theories (Nuclear physics) , Supersymmetry , Particles (Nuclear Physics)
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Title:Conceptual Developments of 20th Century Field Theories
Author(s): Tian Yu Cao 1941-
Date:1997
Publisher:Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, U.K
Size:433 pgs.
Contents:1. Introduction, 2. The Rise of Classical Field Theory Part I: Geometrical Programme For Fundamental Interactions, 3. Einstein's Route to Gravitational Field, 4. General Theory of Relativity (GTR, ) 5. Geometrical Programme (GP) Part II: Quantum Field Programme For Fundamental Interactions, 6. The Rise of Quantum Theory, 7. Formation of Conceptual Foundations of Quantum Field Theory, 8. Quantum Field Programme (QFP) Part III: Gauge Field Programme For Fundamental Interactions, 9. The Route to Gauge Field, 10. Formation of Conceptual Foundations of Gauge Field Theory, 11. Gauge Field Programme (GFP), 12. Ontological Synthesis and Scientific Realism
ISBN:0521431786
Keywords: Unified field theories.
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Title:Gravitation and gauge symmetries
Author(s): Milutin Blagojevic
Date:2002
Publisher:Institute of Physics Pub: Bristol
Size:522 pgs.
Contents:1. Space, Time and Gravitation, 2. Spacetime Symmetries, 3. Poincare Gauge Theory, 4. Weyl Gauge Theory, 5. Hamiltonaian Dynamics, 6. Symmetries and conservation Laws, 7. Gravity in Flat Spacetime, 8. Nonlinear Effects in Gravity, 9. Supersymmetry and Supergravity, 10. Kaluza-Klein Theory, 11. String Theory
Appendices: A. Local Internal Symmetries, B. Differentiable Manifolds, C. De Sitter Gauge Theory, D. The Scalar-Tensor Theory, E. Ashtekar's Formulation of GR, F. Constraint Algebra and Gauge Symmetry, G. Covariance, Spin and Interaction of Massless Particles, H. Lorentz Group and Spinors, I. Poincare Group and Massless Particles, Dirac Matrices and Spinors, K. Symmetry Groups and Manifolds, L. Chern-Simons Gravity in Three Dimensions, M. Fourier Expansion
ISBN:0750307676
Series:Series in High Energy Physics, Cosmology and Gravitation
Keywords: Supergravity , Gauge Fields (Physics) , Unified Field Theories
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Title:2007 Electroweak Interactions and Unified Theories: Proceedings of the XLIInd Rencontres de Moriond, La Thuile, Val d'Aoste, Italy, March 10-17, 2007
Conference:42nd Rencontres de Moriond on electroweak Interactions and Unified Theories
[C07-03-10]
Author(s): Jean Marie Frere (ed.)
Lydia Iconomidou-Fayard (ed.)
Francois Montanet (ed.)
Jean Tran Thanh Van (ed.)
Date:2007
Publisher:Hanoi: Gioi Publishers
Size:526 pgs.
Keywords: Electroweak Interactions - Congresses , Unified Field Theories - Congresses , Conference Proceedings
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Title:Proceedings.
Conference:International Conference on Unified Theories and Their Experimental Tests, Venice, Italy, 1982
Author(s):
Date:1983
Publisher:I.N.F.N, Padova, Italy
Size:334
Keywords: Unified field theories Congresses. , Conference proceedings , Conferences
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Title:Introduction to Gauge field theory
Author(s): David Bailin
Alexander Love
Date:1993
Edition:Rev. ed.
Publisher:Institute of Physics Pub: Philadelphia
Size:364 pgs.
Contents:1. Path Integrals, 2. Path Integrals in Non-Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, 3. Classical Field Theory, 4. Quantum Field Theory of a Scalar Field, 5. Scattering Amplitudes, 6. Feynman Rules for Lambda Rho 4 Theory, 7. Renormalisation of Lambda Rho 4 Theory, 8. Quantum Field Theory with Fermions, 9. Gauge Field Theories, 10. Feynman Rules for Quantum Chromodynamics and Quantum Electrodynamics, 11. Renormalisation of QCD and QED at One-Loop Order, 12. QCD and Asymptotic Freedom, 13. Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking, 14. Feynman Rules for Electroweak Theory, 15. Renormalisation of Electroweak Theory, 16. Grand Unified Theory, 17. Field Theories at Finite Temperature
Appendices: A: Feynman Integrals in 2-Dimensional Space, B. S-Matrix Elements are Independent of XI, C. Vector-Vector-Scalar-Scalar Verices, D Vertice Involving Four Scalars, E. SU(5) Lambda Matrices, FF. Matsubara Frequency Sums
ISBN:0852748175
Series:Graduate student series in physics
Keywords: Gauge fields (Physics)
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Title:Introduction to gauge field theory
Author(s): David Bailin
Alexander Love
Date:1986
Publisher:Adam Hilger: Boston
Size:348 pgs.
Contents:1. Path Integrals, 2. Path Integrals in Non-Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, 3. Classical Field Theory, 4. Quantum Field Theory of a Scalar Field, 5. Scattering Amplitudes, 6. Feynman Rules for Lambda Rho 4 Theory, 7. Renormalisation of Lambda Rho 4 Theory, 8. Quantum Field Theory with Fermions, 9. Gauge Field Theories, 10. Feynman Rules for Quantum Chromodynamics and Quantum Electrodynamics, 11. Renormalisation of QCD and QED at One-Loop Order, 12. QCD and Asymptotic Freedom, 13. Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking, 14. Feynman Rules for Electroweak Theory, 15. Renormalisation of Electroweak Theory, 16. Grand Unified Theory, 17. Field Theories at Finite Temperature
Appendices: A: Feynman Integrals in 2-Dimensional Space, B. S-Matrix Elements are Independent of XI, C. Vector-Vector-Scalar-Scalar Verices, D Vertice Involving Four Scalars, E. SU(5) Lambda Matrices, FF. Matsubara Frequency Sums
ISBN:0852748175
Series:Graduate student series in physics
Keywords: Gauge fields (Physics)
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Call number:QC793.2.S25::1994 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Selected papers of Abdus Salam (with commentary)
Author(s): Abdus Salam 1926-
A. Ali (ed.)
C. Isham (ed.)
T. Kibble (ed.)
(ed.) Riazuudin
Date:1994
Publisher:World Scientific: New Jersey
Size:679 pgs.
Contents:1. Quantum Field Theory and Dispersion Relations, 2. Symmetries and Electroweak Unification, 3. Lepton-Hadron Unification, 4. Gravity, Supersymmetry and Strings, 5. Condensed Matter and Biology
ISBN:9810216629
Series:World Scientific series in 20th century physics: v.5
Keywords: Particles (Nuclear physics) , Electroweak Interactions , Grand Unified Theories (Nuclear Physics) , Quantum Filed Theory
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Call number:QC760.4.M33M33::1990 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Magnetic Monopoles
Author(s): Alfred S. Goldhaber (ed.)
W. Peter Trower (ed.)
Date:1990
Publisher:American Association of Physics Teachers: College Park, MD
Size:140 pgs.
Contents:Resource Letter MM-1: Magnetic Monopoles, On the Magnet, Law of Magnetic Force, Electrodynamic Model of Magnetism, On Momentum in the Electric Field, Quantized Singularities in the Electromagnetic Field, Note on Dirac's Theory of Magnetic Poles, Proof Offered of Existence of Pure Magnetic Current, The Interaction of the Dirac Magnetic Monopole with Matter, Search for Dirac Monopoles, A New Law in Electrodynamics, The Spatial Extent of Magnetic Monopoles, Search for Magnetic Monopoles in the Lunar Sample, Magnetic Monopoles in Unified Gauge Theories, Particle Spectrum in Quantum Field Theory, Basic Unit of Magnetism Believed to be Detected, Evidence for Detection of a Moving Magnetic Monopole, Analysis of a Reported Magnetic Monopole, Connection of Spin and Statistics for Charge-Monopole Composited, Dyons of Charge, Superheavy Magnetic Monopoles and Decay of the Proton, A Remark on the Scattering of BPS Monopoles, First Results from a Superconductive Detector for Moving Magnetic Monopoles, Unit of magnetism Said to be Tested, Note on Magnetic Monopole Searches
ISBN:0917853415
Keywords: Magnetic monopoles.
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Title:Les theories unitaires de l'electromagnetisme et de la gravitation.
Author(s): Marie-Antoinette Tonnelat
Date:1965
Publisher:Gauthier-Villars, Paris
Size:523
Series:Traite de physique theorique et de physique mathematique : 11
Keywords: Unified field theories.
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Title:The grand design
Author(s): Stephen W. Hawking
Leonard Mlodinow
Date:2010
Publisher:New York : Bantam Books
Size:198 p.
ISBN:9780553805376
Keywords: Unified field theories , Mathematical physics , Superstring theories
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Title:Analytical and Canonical Formalism in Physics
Author(s): Andre Mercier
Date:1963
Publisher:Dover
Note:An unabridges and unaltered republication of the work originally publishered in 1959
Keywords: Mathematical Physics , Mechanics - Analytic , Unified Field Theories
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Call number:QC174.45.K34::1993 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Quantum Field Theory : A Modern Introduction
Author(s): Michio Kaku
Date:1993
Publisher:Oxford University Press, New York
Size:785 pgs.
Contents:PART I: Quantum Fields and Renormalization 1. Why Quantum Field Theory? 2. Symmetries and Group Theory 3. Spin O and 1/2 Fields 4. Quantum Electrodynamics 5. Feynman Rules and LSZ Reduction 6. Scattering Processes and the S-Matrix 7. Renormalization
PART II: Gauge Theory and the Standard Model 8. Path Integrals 9. Gauge Theory 10. The Weinberg-Salam Model 11. The Standard Model 12. Ward Identities, BRST, and Anomalies 13. Renormalization of Gauge Theories 14. QCD and the Renormalization Group
PART III: Non-Perturbative Methods and Unification 15. Lattice Gauge Theory 16. Solitons, Monopoles, and Instantons 17. Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena 18. Grand Unified Theories 19. Quantum Gravity 20. Supersymmetry and Supergravity 21. Superstrings
ISBN:0195076524
Keywords: Quantum Field Theory. , Gauge Fields (Physics) , Standard Model (Nuclear Physics)
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Call number:QC174.17.S9I59::2007 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:SUSY 2007 proceedings, 15th International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions, July 26 - August 1, 2007, Karlsruhe, Germany
Conference:15th International Conference on Supersymmetry and the Unification of Fundamental Interactions (SUSY07) 26 Jul - 1 Aug 2007, Karlsruhe, Germany
[C07-07-26]
Author(s): Wim de Boer (ed.)
Iris Gebauer (ed.)
International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions (15th : 2007 : Karlsruhe, Germany)
Date:2008
Edition:1st ed
Publisher:Karlsruhe U.
Size:2 v
ISBN:9788073992682 (v.1)
Corp. Author:International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions (15th : 2007 : Karlsruhe, Germany)
Keywords: Supersymmetry Congresses , Grand unified theories (Nuclear physics) Congresses , Unified field theories Congresses , Conference proceedings , Conferences
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Title:10th International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions, SUSY 02, DESY Hamburg, June 17-23, 2002
Conference:10th International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions, SUSY 02, DESY Hamburg, June 17-23, 2002
[C02-06-17-2]
Author(s): Pran Nath (ed.)
Peter M. Zerwas (ed.)
International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions (10th : 2002 : Hamburg, Germany)
Date:2002
Publisher:Hamburg : DESY
Size:2 v
ISBN:3935702094 (pt.1)
Corp. Author:International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions (10th : 2002 : Hamburg, Germany)
Keywords: Supersymmetry--Congresses , Grand unified theories (Nuclear physics)--Congresses , Unified field theories--Congresses , Hamburg (Germany) , Conference proceedings , Conferences
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Call number:QC174.17.S9H66::2008 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Nature's blueprint : supersymmetry and the search for a unified theory of matter and force
Author(s): Dan Hooper 1976-
(Fermilab)
Date:2008
Publisher:Smithsonian Books
Size:230 pgs.
ISBN:9780061558368
Keywords: Supersymmetry , Unified field theories
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Call number:QC174.17.S9B35::1994 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Supersymmetric Gauge Field Theory and String Theory
Author(s): David Bailin
Alexander Love
Date:1994
Publisher:Institute of Physics Pub, Bristol
Size:322 pgs.
Contents:1. Supersymmetry Algebra and Multiplets, 2. Lagrangians for Chiral Superfields, 3. Lagrangians for Vector Superfields, 4. Pure Supergravity, 5. Coupling of Supergravity to Matter, 6.Supergravity Grand Unified Theories, 7. The Bosonic String, 8. The Superstring, 9. The Heterotic String, 10. Compactification of the Ten-Dimensional Heterotic String to Four Dimensions, 11. Direct Construction of Four-Dimensional Heterotic String Theories, 12. Superstring Interactions, Appendix A. Weyl Spinor Fierz Identities, Appendix B. Cyclic Symmetry of the Open-String Scattering Amplitude, Appendix C. Coherent State Methods, Appendix D. Closed-String Integrals
ISBN:0750302682
Series:Graduate Student Series in Physics v. 52, nos. 1-4
Keywords: Supersymmetry.
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Call number:QC174.17.C45H35::2015 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Einstein's Dice and Schrodinger's Cat: How Two Great Minds Battled Quantum Randomness to Create a Unified Theory of Physics
Author(s): Paul Halpern
Date:2015
Publisher:New York: Basic Books
Size:288 p.
Contents:Allies and adversaries -- The clockwork universe -- The crucible of gravity -- Matter waves and quantum jumps -- The quest for unification -- Spooky connections and zombie cats -- Luck of the Irish -- Physics by public relations -- The last waltz : Ei nstein's and Schrödinger's final years -- Beyond Einstein and Schrödinger : the ongoing search for unity.
ISBN:9780465075713
Keywords: Quantum chaos. , Quantum theory Philosophy. , Physics Philosophy. , Unified field theories. , Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955. , Schrdinger, Erwin, 1887-1961.
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Call number:QC173.7.P223::1986 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Einstein's dream : the search for a unified theory of the universe
Author(s): Barry R. Parker
Date:1986
Publisher:Plenum Press, New York
Size:287
ISBN:030642343X
Keywords: Unified field theories.
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Call number:QC173.68.IN7::1982 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Unified field theories of more than 4 dimensions : including exact solutions
Conference:International School of Cosmology and Gravitation, Erice, Sicily, 1982
Author(s): Sicily) International School of Cosmology and Gravitation (1982 : Erice
Venzo De Sabbata
Date:1983
Publisher:Ettore Majorana International Centre for Scientific Culture, Erice, Italy
Size:457
ISBN:9971950502
Keywords: Unified field theories Congresses. , Conference proceedings , Conferences
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Title:Orbiting the moons of Pluto Complex solutions to the Einstein, Maxwell, Schrodinger, and Dirac equations
Author(s): Elizabeth A. Rauscher
Richard L. Amoroso
Date:2011
Publisher:New Jersey : World Scientific
Contents:Orbiting the Moons of Pluto -- Structure, Properties and Implications of Complex Minkowski Spaces -- Major Principles of Physics: Poincare. Invariance, Analyticity, Unitarity and Complex Minkowski Space -- Nonlocal Interconnectedness as a Fundamental Principle of Reality -- The Complexification of Maxwell's Equations -- Vector and Scalar Potentials, Advanced and Retarded Waves and Nonlocal Phenomena -- The Complex Form of Relativistic Maxwell's Equations -- Real and Complex Amended Maxwell's Equations for Non-Abelian Gauge Groups -- Sub and Superluminal Transformations of the Complex Vector Potential -- The Schro.dinger Equation in Complex Minkowski Space -- Spinors, Twistors, Quaternions, and Complex Space -- Relativistic Dirac Quantum Theory in Complex Minkowski Space and Tachyonic Signaling -- Speculation on a Unified Field Theory (UFT), Grand Unification Theories (GUT) and Supersymmetry and Superstring Theories -- Unity of Consciousness Experience, Nature of the Observer and Current Physical Theory -- Holographic Wormhole Drive: Philosophical Breakthrough in FTL 'Warp-Drive' Technology
ISBN:9789814324243
Series:Series on knots and everything v. 45
Keywords: Generalized spaces. , Gravitational fields. , Electromagnetic theory. , Quantum field theory. , Pluto (Dwarf planet) Satellites.
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Title:Einstein : His life and universe
Author(s): Walter Isaacson
Date:2007
Publisher:Simon & Schuster
Contents:The light-beam rider -- Childhood, 1879-1896 -- The Zurich Polytechnic, 1896-1900 -- The lovers, 1900-1904 -- The miracle year: quanta and molecules, 1905 -- Special relativity, 1905 -- The happiest thought, 1906-1909 -- The wandering professor, 1909-1914 -- General relativity, 1911-1915 -- Divorce, 1916-1919 -- Einstein's universe, 1916-1919 -- Fame, 1919 -- The wandering Zionist, 1920-1921 -- Nobel laureate, 1921-1927 -- Unified field theories, 1923-1931 -- Turning fifty, 1929-1931 -- Einstein's God -- The refugee, 1932-1933 -- America, 1933-1939 -- Quantum entanglement, 1935 -- The bomb, 1939-1945 -- One-worlder, 1945-1948 -- Landmark, 1948-1953 -- Red scare, 1951-1954 -- The end, 1955 -- Epilogue: Einstein's brain and Einstein's mind
ISBN:9780743264730
Keywords: Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955. , Physicists Biography. , Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955 Friends and associates. , Relativity (Physics) , Unified field theories.
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Call number:QB981.L56::2017 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:The theory of everything : the quest to explain all reality
Author(s): Don Lincoln
Date:2017
Publisher:The Teaching Company
Note:4 videodiscs 1 course guidebook
Contents:Disc 1.Two prototype theories of everything -- The union of electricity and magnetism -- Particles and waves : the quantum world -- Einstein unifies space, time, and light -- Relativistic quantum fields and Feynman -- Neutrinos violating parity a nd the weak force -- Disc 2. Flavor changes via the weak force -- Electroweak unification via the Higgs Field -- Quarks, color, and the strong force -- Standard model triumphs and challenges -- How neutrino identity oscillates -- Conservation laws and s ymmetry : Emmy Noether -- Disc 3. Theoretical symmetries and mathematics -- Balancing force and matter : supersymmetry -- Why quarks and leptons? -- Newton's gravity unifies earth and sky -- Einstein's gravity bends space-time -- What holds each galaxy t ogether : dark matter -- Disc 4. What pushes the universe apart : dark energy -- Quantum gravity : Einstein, strings, and loops -- From weak gravity to extra dimensions -- Big bang and inflation explain our universe -- Free parameters and other universes -- Toward a final theory of everything.
ISBN:9781629973852
Keywords: Gran unified theories
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Title:Supersymmetry and the unification of fundamental interactions
Conference:16th International Conference on Supersymmetry and the Unification of Fundamental Interactions (SUSY08) 16-21 Jun 2008, Seoul, Korea
[C08-06-16]
Author(s): Deog Ki Hong (ed.)
Pyungwon Ko (ed.)
(Pusan Natl. U.)
Date:2008
Publisher:Melville, N.Y. : AIP
Size:644 p
Note:AIP Conference Proceedings eBook platform
ISBN:9780735406094
Series:AIP Conf.Proc.1078
Series:e-Books
Keywords: Proceedings of the 16th International Conference (SUSY08) Seoul, Korea, 16-21 Ju , Supersymmetry Congresses , Grand unified theories (Nuclear physics) Congresses , Unified field theories Congresses , Conference proceedings , Conferences
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