|Book :Many- body Perturbation Theory of Molecules
This article is concerned with the application of the many-body
perturbation theory to arbitrary molecular systems. Recent work shown
has that this technique can be at least as if not more accurate . . . . .
|Book :Mathematical Omnibus: Thirty Lectures on Classic Mathematics
For us too, beauty is the first test in the choice of topics for our own research, as well as the subject for popular articles and lectures, and consequently, in the choice of material for this book. . . . . .
|Book :Basics of Bose-Einstein Condensation
The review is devoted to the elucidation of the basic problems arising in the theoretical investigation of systems with Bose-Einstein condensate. Understanding these challenging problems is necess. . . . .
|Book :Projective dierential geometry old and new: from Schwarzian derivative to cohomology of dieomorphism groups
This book is not an exhaustive introduction to projective dierential
geometry or a survey of its recent developments. It is addressed to the
reader who wishes to cover a greater distance in a short. . . . .
The survey consists of ve chapters: the rst provides some general background; the second
concerns convex smooth billiards (elliptic case); the third deals with billiards in polygons and
polyhedra . . . . .
|Book :Optical properties of semiconductor nanostructures: decoherence versus quantum control
Optical spectroscopy and quantum control of semiconductor quantum dots has become a vivid field of research. The recent progress in both theory and experiment is reviewed, with emphasis on theoretical. . . . .
|Book :A graduate algebra text
Contents: GROUPS; GROUP ACTIONS ON SETS; NORMAL SERIES; NORMAL SERIES; MODULES; HOM AND TENSOR; FIELD THEORY; GALOIS THEORY; APPLICATIONS OF GALOIS THEORY; INFINITE EXTENSIONS; CATEGORIES; MULTILINEAR. . . . .
|Book :Introduction to Early Universe Cosmology
Observational cosmology is in its "golden age" with a vast amount of recent data on the distribution of matter and light in the universe. This data can be used to probe theories of the very early univ. . . . .
|Book :Quantum Condensed Matter Physics
Contents: Preliminaries; Basic Formalism; Goldstone Modes and Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking; Critical Fluctuations and Phase Transitions; Symmetry-Breaking In Fermion Systems; Gauge Fields and Fractio. . . . .
|Book : A Panoramic View of Riemannian Geometry
Our aim is twofold, as announced by our subtitle. The first is to introduce the various concepts and tools of Riemannian geometry in the most natural way; or more, to demonstrate that one is practical. . . . .
|Book :Counting, sampling and integrating: algorithms and complexity
Contents: Two good counting algorithms:
P-completeness: Sampling and counting: Coupling and colourings: Canonical paths and matchings: Volume of a convex body: Inapproximability: Bibliography.
|Book :Bose-Einstein Condensation and Matter-Wave Lasers
Contents: Introduction; Fundamental Concepts of Bose-Einstein Condensation;
Bose-Einstein Condensation of An Ideal Gas; Bogoliubov theory of the weakly interacting Bose gas; Superfluidity;
BCS Phas. . . . .
|Book :Applied Conformal Field Theory
These lectures consisted of an elementary introduction to conformal field theory, with some applications to statistical mechanical systems, and fewer to string theory.
Contents: Conformal theories in. . . . .
|Book :ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS
Contents: FROM BIOLOGICAL NEURON TO ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS; RECURRENT NEURAL NETWORKS; NEURAL NETWORKS AS ASSOCIATIVE MEMORY; COMBINATORIAL OPTIMIZATION BY NEURAL NETWORKS; ANNEALING BY STOCHASTI. . . . .
|Book :Lectures on Linear Logic
These lectures are intended for readers with some sophistication
in logic, such as graduate students in logic or theoretical
computer science, or an experienced researcher new to linear logic.
Some. . . . .
|Book :Lecture Notes in Lie Groups
These lecture notes in Lie Groups are designed for a 1--semester third year or graduate course in mathematics, physics, engineering, chemistry or biology. This landmark theory of the 20th Century math. . . . .