
The Hubbard Model: Introduction and Selected Rigorous Results
Category :Hubbard and tJ models
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An article accessible to nonexperts by describing basic definitions and elementary materials in detail. 
Making use of selfenergy functionals: The variational cluster approximation
Category :Many body
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A pedagogical introduction to the clusterperturbation theory, the variational cluster approximation and to selfenergyfunctional theory is given. Some standard applications and the relation to dynam . . . . . 
Modern Statistical Mechanics
Category :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 . . . . . 
Quantum Theory of Large Systems of NonRelativistic Matter
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Quantum Theory of Large Systems of NonRelativistic Matter 
Physics of Light and Optics
Category :Optics
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 Contents: Mathematical Tools; Electromagnetic Phenomena; Plane Waves and Refractive Index; Reflection and Refraction; Multiple Parallel Interfaces; Propagation in Anisotropic Media; Polarization of Li . . . . . 

Strong QCD and DysonSchwinger Equations
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The realworld properties of quantum chromodynamics (QCD)  the stronglyinteracting piece of the Standard Model  are dominated by two emergent phenomena: confinement; namely, the theory's elemen . . . . . 
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 . . . . . 
Local moment physics in heavy electron systems
Category :Kondo Model
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This set of four lectures was originally given at the VI Training Course in the Physics of Correlated Electron systems and HighTc Superconductors, at Vietri Sur Mare, Italy (Oct 2001). The lectures a . . . . . 
A guided tour of timedependent density functional theory
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In this paper the review progress in the density functional theory of time dependent phenomena. Contents: Introduction; fundamentals; exact conditions; linear response; approximated functionals; appli . . . . . 
A geometrical introduction to screw theory
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Since the addition of applied forces must take into account the line of action, applied forces do not belong to a vector space. Screw theory removes this geometrical limitation and solves other me . . . . . 
Fundamentals of Thermodynamics
Category :Thermodynamics
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Contents: variables, Gibbs phase rule, and laws of thermodynamics; work and processes; Gibbsien equations; Legendre transforms; mathematical tools, the partial derivative game; process evlauation res . . . . . 
Strongly correlated electrons
Category :Strongly Interacting Systems
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We review theoretical concepts and models for materials with strongly correlated d or f electrons. We discuss lowenergy effective models and the renormalized band method for Cebased Kondo lattice s . . . . . 
Coherent phonons in condensed media
Category :Vibrational Spectroscopy
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The impulsive excitation and phasesensitive detection of coherent phonons and phononpolaritons provide a detailed insight into the dynamical properties of matter. The experiments are based on optica . . . . . 
Lecture Notes : Methods of Mathematical Physics I
Category :Methods of Mathematical Physics
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 Contents: Calculus of Variations; Ordinary differential equations; Partial Differential equations; Integral Equations. 

Decoherence: Basic Concepts and Their Interpretation
Category :Advanced Quantum Mechanics
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Introduction to the theory of decoherence. Contents: 1. The phenomenon of decoherence: superpositions, superselection rules, decoherence by "measurements". 2. Observables as a derivable concept. 3. Th . . . . . 