
Modern Statistical Mechanics
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Table of contents: Classical spin systems, order and disorder, introducing the Ising model and solving the 1d case, the transfer matrix, the Peierls argument; The quantum/classical correspondence, th . . . . . 
Introduction to Electronic Structure Methods
Category :Solid State Chemistry
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Contents: Introduction to computational quantum chemistry; Basic Principles of quantum mechanics; Basis functions in quantum chemistry; An Introduction to Hartree Fock Theory; n Introduction to Config . . . . . 
Differential Geometry and Relativity
Category :General Relativity
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Contents: Introduction; Curves; Gauss Curvature; Surfaces in E3; First Fundamental Form; Second Fundamental Form; The Gauss Curvature in Detail; Geodesics; The Curvature Tensor and the Theorema Egregi . . . . . 
Inelastic Light Scattering From Correlated Electrons
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Inelastic light scattering is an intensively used tool in the study of electronic properties of solids. Triggered by the discovery of high temperature superconductivity in the cuprates and by new deve . . . . . 
Telecommunications Networks  Current Status and Future Trends
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This book guides readers through the basics of rapidly emerging networks to more advanced concepts and future expectations of Telecommunications Networks. It identifies and examines the most pressing . . . . . 
Quasiparticle SelfConsistent GW Method for the Spectral Properties of Complex Materials
Category :The GW method
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The GWapproximation to the formally exact manybody perturbation
theory has been applied successfully to materials for several decades. Since the
practical calculations are extremely cumbersome, the . . . . . 
Standard Model: An Introduction
Category :Standard Model
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They present a primer on the Standard Model of the electroweak interaction. Emphasis is given to the historical aspects of the theory\'s formulation.(101 pages) 
Groups as graphs
Category :Graph Theory
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 For the first time, every finite group is represented in the form of a graph in this book. This study is significant because properties of groups can be immediately obtained by looking at the graphs o . . . . . 

Principles of Data Mining
Category :Data Mining
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 Contents: 1.
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Chapters 1 through 4 focus on the fundamental aspects of
data and data analysis: introduction to data mining (
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(chapter 2), summarizing and visu . . . . . 

GraduateLevel Course in Game Theory
Category :Game Theory
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Contents: Strategic Form Games; Nonequilibrium Solution Concepts; Nash Equilibrium; Extensiveform Games; Repeated Games; Bayesian Games. 
Optics
Category :Optics
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A mathematical treatment of the modern theory of optics. Topics include Huygen's principle as applied to geometric optics, interference, diffraction, polarization, electromagnetic theory of light, th . . . . . 
StrongCouplIng Approaches to Correlated Fermions.
Category :Many body
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StrongCouplIng Approaches to Correlated Fermions. 
An Introduction to Business Mathematics
Category :Mathematical Finance
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These lecture notes provide a selfcontained introduction to the mathematical methods required in a Bachelor degree programme in Business, Economics, or Management. In particular, the topics covered c . . . . . 
Partial Differential Equations of Physics
Category :Methods of Mathematical Physics
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Contents:Chapter I Fourier Series and Integrals
Chapter II About partial differential equations
Chapter III Boundary Value Problems in Heat Conduction
Chapter IV Cylinder and Sphere Problems
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Evolutionary games on graphs
Category :Game Theory
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Game theory is one of the key paradigms behind many scientific disciplines from biology to behavioral sciences to economics. In its evolutionary form and especially when the interacting agents are lin . . . . . 