Mathematical Methods for Physicists
Through four editions, Arfken and Weber's best-selling Mathematical Methods for Physicists has provided upper-level undergraduate and graduate students with the paramount coverage of the mathematics necessary for advanced study in physics and engineering. It provides the essential mathematical methods that aspiring physicists are likely to encounter as students or beginning researchers. Appropriate for a physics service course, as well as for more advanced coursework, this is the book of choice in the field.
- Hardback | 1112 pages
- 168.1 x 240.3 x 45.2mm | 1,796.5g
- 30 Jan 2001
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Table of contents
Vector Analysis. Curved Coordinates, Tensors. Determinants and Matrices. Group Theory. Infinite Series. Functions of a Complex Variable I. Functions of a Complex Variable II. Differential Equations. Sturm-Liouville Theory. Gamma-Factrial Function. Bessel Functions. Legendre Functions. Special Functions. Fourier Series. Integral Transforms. Integral Equations. Calculus of Variations. Nonlinear Methods and Chaos.