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Mathematics for Theoretical Physics

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Mathematics for Theoretical Physics
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 767

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This is a comprehensive and precise coverage of the mathematical concepts and tools used in present theoretical physics: differential geometry, Lie groups, fiber bundles, Clifford algebra, differential operators, normed algebras, connections, etc.

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