Mathematics For Physics


by Michael Stone, Paul Goldbart
This book aims to introduce students to some of the mathematical methods and concepts that they will find useful in their research.This book therefore provides illustrative examples and problems drawn from physics. Some of these illustrations are classical but many are small parts of contemporary research papers. In the text and at the end of each chapter it provides a collection of exercises and problems suitable for home work assignments. The former are straight forward applications of material presented in the text; the latter are intended to be interesting, and take rather more thought and time
A cursory reading of the Contents of the book will show that there is more material here than can be comfortably covered in two semesters. When using the book as the basis for lectures in the classroom,we have found it useful to tailor the presented material to the interests of our students.   
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