|Book :Vibrational Thermodynamics of Materials
The literature on vibrational thermodynamics of materials is reviewed. The emphasis
is on metals and alloys, especially on the progress over the last decade in understanding differences
in the vibra. . . . .
|Book :Introduction to the Physical Properties of Graphene
Contents: Introduction to Carbon Materials; Electronic Band Structure of Graphene; The Dirac Equation for Relativistic Fermions.
|Book :O(N) methods in electronic structure calculations
Linear scaling methods, or O(N) methods, have computational and memory requirements which scale linearly with the number of atoms in the system, N, in contrast to standard approaches which scale with . . . . .
|Book :Femtosecond-Scale Optics
With progress in ultrashort ultraintense laser technologies the peak power of a laser pulse increases year by year. These new instruments accessible to a large community of researchers revolutionized . . . . .
|Book :Phonons in Electronic Transport in Nanoscale Systems
Contents: Single Phonon Modes; Many Phonon Modes and Dissipation.
|Book :Coherent phonons in condensed media
The impulsive excitation and phase-sensitive detection of coherent phonons and phonon-polaritons provide a detailed insight into the dynamical properties of matter. The experiments are based on optica. . . . .
|Book :Algorithmic Graph Theory
Contents: Introduction to graph theory; Graph algorithms; Trees and forests; Tree data structures; Distance and connectivity; Optimal graph traversals;Planar graphs; Graph coloring; Network flows; Ra. . . . .
|Book :Geometry and Topology in Electronic Structure Theory
Contents: Introduction; Early discoveries; Berry-ology; Manifestations of the Berry phase; Modern theory of polarization; Quantum metric and the theory of the insulating state.
|Book :Elementary Theory of the Quantum Hall Effect Spin in the Flux
The quantum Hall effect is an experimental observation of plateaus in the Hall current
which are explained by means of a wave function so that there is a concept of
quasiparticles. These quasipartic. . . . .
|Book :THE QUANTUM HALL EFFECT
The Hall effect is the generation of a current perpendicular to the direction of applied
electric as well as applied magnetic field in a metal or a semiconductor. It is used to
determine the conce. . . . .
|Book :Theoretical Concepts of Quantum Mechanics
Contents: Complementarity in
Quantum Mechanics and
Classical Statistical Mechanics; The Physical Nature of Wave/Particle Duality: The Bicomplex Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle: Correspondence, Time. . . . .
|Book :Matrix Analysis,
Contents: Matrix Methods for Electrical Systems; Matrix Methods for Mechanical Systems: The Column and Null Spaces; The Fundamental Theorem of Linear Algebra; Least Squares; Matrix Methods for Dynamic. . . . .
|Book :Introduction to Computational Engineering
Contents: Straight Forward; Loops, Matrices and Fractals; Solving one Real Equation via Bisection; Solving one Real Equation via Newton’s Method;
Solving one Complex Equation via; Newton’s Method; Bo. . . . .
|Book :Numerical Analysis I
We model our world with continuous mathematics. Whether our interest is natural science, engineering,
even finance and economics, the models we most often employ are functions of real
variables. The. . . . .
|Book :Discrete-event control of stochastic networks
Opening new directions in research in both discrete event dynamic systems as well as in stochastic control, this volume focuses on a wide class of control and of optimization problems over sequences o. . . . .