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eBook Geometry, Topology and Physics (Graduate Student Series in Physics) epub

by Mikio Nakahara

eBook Geometry, Topology and Physics (Graduate Student Series in Physics) epub
  • ISBN: 0852740948
  • Author: Mikio Nakahara
  • Genre: Science
  • Subcategory: Mathematics
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Adam Hilger; 2nd ed. edition (February 1, 1990)
  • Pages: 505 pages
  • ePUB size: 1609 kb
  • FB2 size 1545 kb
  • Formats azw txt doc docx


Geometry, topology and physics. Department of Physics Kinki University, Osaka, Japan.

Emeritus Professor of Experimental Physics, University of Sussex. Geometry, topology and physics. INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS PUBLISHING Bristol and Philadelphia. c IOP Publishing Ltd 2003.

Chapter 2 introduces the mathematical concepts of maps, vector spaces, and topology.

Series: Graduate Student Series in Physics. Hardcover: 573 pages. Seriously, this book has every piece of mathematical knowledge i've ever needed to know to understand my graduate texts on Quantum Field Theory and String Theory. To top it all off the book has excellent examples and exercises and literally the best notation i've ever seen used to the topics. I think every theoretical physicist, graduate student, and mathematician interested in physics should probably have a copy. This book will probably never leave my office.

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A mandatory book on physics that covers all elemental and advanced topics in geometry and topology. I recomend this volume for ungraduate and graduate students in physics and mathematics. One person found this helpful.

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Comments: (7)
Xwnaydan
The book is well explained. Topics are introduced in a progressive way, allowing the reader to adjust to new concepts before applying them in more elaborate scenarios. The author often mention practical applications of mathematical concepts that otherwise look disconnected to physics or any other field. There are few typos and, from my point of view, many figures need a better caption-description.
Voodoozragore
This is the best book of its type, that is, a book that contains almost all if not all the advance mathematics a theoretical physicist should know. I have studied chapters 2-9 and it has the perfect balance between rigorous presentation of topics and practical uses with examples. The level is for advance graduate students. The range of topics covered is wide including Topology topics like Homotopy, Homology, Cohomology theory and others like Manifolds, Riemannian Geometry, Complex Manifolds, Fibre Bundles and Characteristics Classes. I believe this book gives you a solid base in the modern mathematics that are being used among the physicists and mathematicians that you certainly may need to know and from where you will be in a position to further extent (if you wish) into more technical advanced mathematical books on specific topics, also it is self contained but the only shortcoming is that it brings not many exercises but still my advice, get it is a superb book!
Jonide
I am surprised that amidst all the glowing reviews, there is only one reviewer who points out the unacceptable number of errata in this book. A couple of misprints here and there throughout the whole book (or even per chapter) would be acceptable, but I agree with the other reviewer that at times, the misprints are as much as one per page. In addition to the error on page 56 (equation 1.241d should have curl B), here are just a few that I found (I'm just going to list the page numbers): 8, 9, 21, 28, 66, 84, 179, 186, 192, 193, 196, 203, 245, 247, 255.... Look, I could go on and on. But this is not my job. I certainly didn't pay 60+ bucks for this. Physicists deserve better than this. What this book really needs (attention: author or publisher) is an online database of errata. That's the least they could do.
artman
Seriously, this book has every piece of mathematical knowledge i've ever needed to know to understand my graduate texts on Quantum Field Theory and String Theory. To top it all off the book has excellent examples and exercises and literally the best notation i've ever seen used to the topics. I think every theoretical physicist, graduate student, and mathematician interested in physics should probably have a copy. This book will probably never leave my office.
Rayli
I bought this book to supplement my knowledge of mathematics which frequently is involved in understanding Particle physics concepts. The book is terse, but peppered with examples and insights about the definitions, and so far it is really fun to read. Seems like a good investment.
Goldfury
A mandatory book on physics that covers all elemental and advanced topics in geometry and topology. I recomend this volume for ungraduate and graduate students in physics and mathematics.
Rare
A most valuable resource for any theoretical physicist.
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