- Title: Physical Mathematics
- Author: Kevin Cahill
- Released: 2013-04-22
- Pages: 681
- ISBN: 1107005213
- ISBN13: 978-1107005211
- ASIN: 1107005213
R. Glauber, Harvard University
"I am impressed by the extremely clear and direct style with which this book has been written. I am sure that today's Ph.D. students, advanced undergraduates and researchers in physics will derive great benefit from using this book. The author has distilled his experience and obvious enjoyment of the subject, and presented mathematics in a remarkably human and accessible form."
David Waxman, Fudan University
"Professor Kevin Cahill's book collects and presents the mathematical methods of physics succinctly, and will be much welcomed by students and researchers alike."
A. Zee, University of California at Santa Barbara
"This book provides a comprehensive coverage of the mathematics necessary for advanced study in physics. The key notions are presented concisely and accurately with a wealth of beautiful examples borrowed from physics, biophysics and probability theory. The inclusion of advanced topics such as differential forms and group theory makes this book a most useful resource for graduate students and researchers in theoretical physics."
Alain Comtet, Université Pierre et Marie Curie
Book Description Physical Mathematics explains key mathematical concepts in a way that students of physics can readily grasp, and is unique in its clarity and scope. The author uses numerous examples from contemporary physics research to explain the mathematics that physics students and researchers need to use in their courses and research. pdf