Preface. Introduction. (1) Vector Analysis.

(2) Vector Analysis In Curved Coordinates And Tensors. (3) Determines and Matrices. (4) Group Theory. (5) Infinite Series. (6) Functions of a Complex Variable I: Analytic Properties Mapping.

(7) Functions of A Complex Variable II: Calculus of Residues. (8) Differntial Equations. (9) Sturm-Liouville Theory-Orthogonal Functions. (10) The Gamma Function (Factorial Function) (11) Bessel Functions. (12) Legendre Functions. (13) Special Functions. (14) Fourier Series. (15) Integral Transforms. (16) Intergal Equations. (17) Calculus of Variations. (18) Nonlinear Methods and Chaos.

Appendix 1. Real Zeros of a Function.

Appendix 2 Gaussian Quadrature

General References

Index

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Selling more than 70,000 copies through four previous editions, this best-selling title provides in one handy volume the essential mathematical tools and techniques used to solve problems in physics. An essential addition to the bookshelf of any serious student of physics or research professional in the field.

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Hans Juergen Weber is Professor of Physics at the University of Virginia, and a scholar and researcher in the fields of theoretical nuclear physics and particle physics. As part of his research with students and colleagues he analyzes data from the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility in Newport News, VA relating to the quark structure of the proton and neutron. Prof. Weber holds a doctorate (Doctor rer. nat.) from the University of Frankfurt and has published more than 100 papers in current physics journals.

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