A Bridge between Mathematicians and Physicists
Volume package: Quantum Field Theory : Basics in Mathematics and Physics
Zeidler, Eberhard
2011, XXXII, 1126 p. 154 illus.
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From the reviews:
“This book is the third volume of a complete exposition of the important mathematical methods used in modern quantum field theory. It presents the very basic formalism, important results, and the most recent advances emphasizing the applications to gauge theory. … the book’s greatest strength is Zeidler’s zeal to help students understand fundamental mathematics better. I thus find the book extremely useful since it signifies the role of mathematics for the road to reality … .” (Gert Roepstorff, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1228, 2012)
“The present book is a good companion to the literature on the subject of the volume title, especially for those already familiar with it. … the book touches upon a large number of subjects on the interface between mathematics and physics, providing a good overview of gauge theory in both fields. It contains lots of background material, many historical remarks, and an extensive bibliography that helps the interested reader to continue his or her more thorough studies elsewhere.” (Walter D. van Suijlekom, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2012 m)
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