
Complexity
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"Complexity" is a WebBook that was developed to introduce undergraduate students to interesting complex systems in the biological, physical and social sciences, and the common tools, principles and c . . . . . 
Statistical mechanics of twodimensional and geophysical flows
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The theoretical study of the selforganization of twodimensional and geophysical turbulent flows is addressed based on statistical mechanics methods. This review is a selfcontained presentation of c . . . . . 
Graduate E & M
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The present online version is two semester graduate level text, approximately 360 350 pages long. It is on the level of the wellknown textbook by J. D. Jackson. Included are many problems (approximat . . . . . 
Electronic Structure Theory
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The goal of electonic structure theory is to be predictive!
Computational Electronic Structure Theory is an evergrowing field which
combines theoretical physics and chemistry with computer science . . . . . 
Title: An introduction to quantum cluster methodsThese lecture notes provide an introduction to quantum cluster methods for stro
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These lecture notes provide an introduction to quantum cluster methods for strongly correlated systems. Cluster Perturbation Theory (CPT), the Variational Cluster Approximation (VCA) and Cellular Dyna . . . . . 
Electromagnetically induced transparency: Optics in coherent media
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Coherent preparation by laser light of quantum states of atoms and molecules can lead to quantum
interference in the amplitudes of optical transitions. In this way the optical properties of a medium . . . . . 
Dynamical MeanField Theory
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Since the first investigation of the Hubbard model in the limit of infinite dimensions by Metzner and Vollhardt, dynamical meanfield theory (DMFT) has become a very powerful tool for the investigatio . . . . . 
Green's functions for solving differential equations, in nonboundary value problems in optics and in quantum transport
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Green's functions for solving differential equations, in nonboundary value problems in nearfield optics and in quantum transport through point contacts.
This introduction to Green's functions is ba . . . . . 
NON LINEAR OPTICS
Category :Nonlinear Optics
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Contents: Nonlinear optics: Introduction; Second harmonic generation; The optical parametric oscillator; Quantum theory of the nonlinear susceptibility; Coherent Raman Scattering in Gases; The produ . . . . . 
Why holes are not like electrons
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Neutrinos and the stars
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The role of neutrinos in stars is introduced for students with little prior astrophysical exposure. We begin with neutrinos as an energyloss channel in ordinary stars and conversely, how stars provid . . . . . 
Classical Electromagnetism
Category :Electricity and Megnetism
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Contents: Introduction; Relativity and electromagetism; Dielectric and magnetic media; Electromagnetic wave propagation in dielectrics; Radiation and scattering; Resonant cavities and waveguides; M . . . . . 
Solid State II
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Contents: Second Quantization; Electronelectron interactions; Magnetism; Electronphonon interaction; Superconductivity; Quantum transport. 
An introduction to quantum cluster methods
Category :Strongly Interacting Systems
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These lecture notes provide an introduction to quantum cluster methods for strongly correlated systems. Cluster Perturbation Theory (CPT), the Variational Cluster Approximation (VCA) and Cellular Dyna . . . . . 
A Simple Introduction to Particle Physics
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This is the first of a series of papers in which we present a brief introduction to the relevant mathematical and physical ideas that form the foundation of Particle Physics, including Group Theory, R . . . . . 