Introduction to Mathematical Physics

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Introduction to Mathematical Physics

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The goal of this book is to propose an ensemble view of modern physics. The coherence between various fields of physics is insured by following two axes: a first axis is provided by the universal mathematical language; the second axis followed along this book is the study of the N body problem.

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