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- A new approach to differential geometry using Clifford's geometric algebra
- Advances in algebraic quantum field theory
- Asymptotic approximations for the sound generated by aerofoils in unsteady subsonic flows
- Bayesian methods for the physical sciences : learning from examples in astronomy and physics
- Calculus with vectors
- Classical geometries in modern contexts : geometry of real inner product spaces
- Conformal field theory, automorphic forms and related topics : CFT, Heidelberg, September 19-23, 2011
- Contact and symplectic topology
- Control of self-organizing nonlinear systems
- Correlated random systems : five different methods : CIRM Jean-Morlet Chair, Spring 2013
- Differentiable manifolds : a theoretical physics approach
- Digital fourier analysis : advanced techniques
- Digital fourier analysis : fundamentals
- Dynamics of quasi-stable dissipative systems
- Elementary mechanics using Matlab : a modern course combining analytical and numerical techniques
- Elementary mechanics using Python : a modern course combining analytical and numerical techniques
- Elements for physics : quantities, qualities, and intrinsic theories
- Embedded random matrix ensembles in quantum physics
- Equilibrium statistical mechanics of lattice models
- Evaluating Feynman Integrals
- Formulation of uncertainty relation between error and disturbance in quantum measurement by using quantum estimation theory
- Fourier transformation for pedestrians
- From special relativity to Feynman diagrams : a course of theoretical particle physics for beginners
- Functional analysis and the Feynman operator calculus
- General and Statistical Thermodynamics
- Handbook of functional equations : functional inequalities
- Handbook of functional equations : stability theory
- Introduction to measure theory and functional analysis
- Kinetic Theory of Nonequilibrium Ensembles, Irreversible Thermodynamics, and Generalized Hydrodynamics, Volume 1, Nonrelativistic Theories
- Kinetic Theory of Nonequilibrium Ensembles, Irreversible Thermodynamics, and Generalized Hydrodynamics, Volume 2, Relativistic Theories
- Lie Groups, Lie Algebras, and Representations : An Elementary Introduction
- Lie algebras and applications
- Limit theorems for multi-indexed sums of random variables
- Localized excitations in nonlinear complex systems : current state of the art and future perspectives
- Mapping of parent hamiltonians : from abelian and non-abelian quantum hall states to exact models of critical spin chains
- Markov chain aggregation for agent-based models
- Mathematical Methods Using Mathematica℗ʼ : For Students of Physics and Related Fields
- Mathematics for physicists and engineers : fundamentals and interactive study guide
- Mechanics : an intensive course
- Multi-band effective mass approximations : advanced mathematical models and numerical techniques
- Neoclassical physics
- Nonequilibrium and irreversibility
- Nonlinear partial differential equations : the Abel Symposium 2010
- Nonlinear partial differential equations for scientists and engineers
- Nonlinear waves and solitons on contours and closed surfaces
- Open quantum systems : an introduction
- Operator algebras and quantum statistical mechanics : equilibrium states. Models in quantum statistical mechanics
- Physics from symmetry
- Principles of Computational Fluid Dynamics
- Pseudogap and precursor superconductivity study of Zn doped YBCO
- Quantum mechanics for pedestrians, 1, Fundamentals
- Quantum tunneling in complex systems : the semiclassical approach
- Quantum waveguides
- Rate-independent systems : theory and application
- Renormalization group analysis of equilibrium and non-equilibrium charged systems
- Scale invariance : from phase transitions to turbulence
- Scattering amplitudes in gauge theories
- Sensitivity analysis in remote sensing
- Small viscosity and boundary layer methods : theory, stability analysis, and applications
- Space-time foliation in quantum gravity
- Statistical physics for cosmic structures
- Stochastic dynamics and irreversibility
- Strongly correlated systems : experimental techniques
- Strongly nonlinear oscillators : analytical solutions
- Supersymmetry and noncommutative geometry
- Tensors for physics
- The Schrödinger-Virasoro algebra : mathematical structure and dynamical Schrödinger symmetries
- The State Space Method Generalizations and Applications
- The collected works of Eugene Paul Wigner, Part I | Part II, Physical chemistry | Solid state physics
- The geometry of Minkowski spacetime : an introduction to the mathematics of the special theory of relativity
- The landscape of free fermionic gauge models
- Zeta Functions, Topology and Quantum Physics

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