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Physics - Quantum Physics | From Special Relativity to Feynman Diagrams - A Course of Theoretical Particle Physics for Beginners (Reviews)

From Special Relativity to Feynman Diagrams

A Course of Theoretical Particle Physics for Beginners

D'Auria, Riccardo, Trigiante, Mario

2012, XVI, 573p. 55 illus..

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From the reviews:

“This textbook covers, step-by-step, important topics in special relativity, relativistic dynamics, the equivalence principle and the Einstein equation … interaction and the S-matrix, divergent diagrams and renormalization. … They are all explained in a simple but mathematically rigorous way, and so this textbook provides a thorough grounding for students planning to enter research in theoretical physics. The goal here is to formulate the main contemporary concepts for a one-year course.” (Gert Roepstorff, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1238, 2012)

“The aim of this textbook is to provide a path from classical, relativistic mechanics to QED. … the book provides an insightful discussion of classical physics … . It is very useful for lecturers who look for a bit of extra insight and material for a course on classical mechanics, and especially special relativity. It is also a great addition for curious students who feel somewhat unsatisfied with standard texts on these topics.” (Axel Maas, Mathematical Reviews, January, 2013)



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