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# Mathematical Methods for Physics & Engineering (3E) by K. F. Riley, M. P. Hobson, S. J. Bence

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Mathematical Methods for Physics & Engineering (3E) written by K. F. Riley, M. P. Hobson, S. J. Bence .
The third edition of this highly acclaimed undergraduate textbook is suitablefor teaching all the mathematics ever likely to be needed for an undergraduate course in any of the physical sciences. As well as lucid descriptions of all the topics covered and many worked examples, it contains more than 800 exercises. A number of additional topics have been included and the text has undergone significant reorganisation in some areas.
Mathematical preparation of current senior college and university entrants is now less than it used to be. To match this, we have decided to include a preliminary chapter covering areas such as polynomial equations, trigonometric identities, coordinate geometry, partial fractions, binomial expansions, necessary and sufficient conditions, and proof by induction and contradiction.
Whilst the general level of what is included in this second edition has not been raised, some areas have been expanded to take in topics we now feel were not adequately covered in the first. In particular, increased attention has been given to non-square sets of simultaneous linear equations and their associated matrices. We hope that this more extended treatment, together with the inclusion of singular value matrix decomposition will make the material of more practical use to engineering students. In the same spirit, an elementary treatment of linear recurrence relations has been included. The topic of normal modes has now been given a small chapter of its own, though the links to matrices on the one hand, and to representation theory on the other, have not been lost.
Elsewhere, the presentation of probability and statistics has been reorganised to give the two aspects more nearly equal weights. The early part of the probability chapter has been rewritten in order to present a more coherent development based on Boolean algebra, the fundamental axioms of probability theory and the properties of intersections and unions. Whilst this is somewhat more formal than previously, we think that it has not reduced the accessibility of these topics and hope that it has increased it. The scope of the chapter has been somewhat extended to include all physically important distributions and an introduction to cumulants.
(K. F. Riley, M. P. Hobson, S. J. Bence)

Book Detail :-
Title: Mathematical Methods for Physics & Engineering
Edition: 3rd
Author(s): K. F. Riley, M. P. Hobson, S. J. Bence
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Series:
Year: 2006
Pages: 1363
Type: PDF
Language: English
ISBN: 0521679710,9780521679718,0521861535,9780521861533
Country: US

The author Ken F. Riley read mathematics at the University of Cambridge and proceeded to a Ph.D. there in theoretical and experimental nuclear physics. He became a research associate in elementary particle physics at Brookhaven, and then, having taken up a lectureship at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, continued this research at the Rutherford Laboratory and Stanford; in particular he was involved in the experimental discovery of a number of the early baryonic resonances. As well as having been Senior Tutor at Clare College, where he has taught physics and mathematics for over 40 years, he has served on many committees concerned with the teaching and examining of these subjects at all levels of tertiary and undergraduate education. He is also one of the authors of 200 Puzzling Physics Problems.
The author Michael Hobson read natural sciences at the University of Cambridge, specialising in theoretical physics, and remained at the Cavendish Laboratory to complete a Ph.D. in the physics of star-formation. As a research fellow at Trinity Hall, Cambridge and subsequently an advanced fellow of the Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council, he developed an interest in cosmology, and in particular in the study of fluctuations in the cosmic microwave background. He was involved in the first detection of these fluctuations using a ground-based interferometer. He is currently a University Reader at the Cavendish Laboratory, his research interests include both theoretical and observational aspects of cosmology, and he is the principal author of General Relativity: An Introduction for Physicists. He is also a Director of Studies in Natural Sciences at Trinity Hall and enjoys an active role in the teaching of undergraduate physics and mathematics.
The author Stephen Bence obtained both his undergraduate degree in Natural Sciences and his Ph.D. in Astrophysics from the University of Cambridge. He then became a Research Associate with a special interest in star-formation processes and the structure of star-forming regions. In particular, his research concentrated on the physics of jets and outflows from young stars. He has had considerable experience of teaching mathematics and physics to undergraduate and pre-universtiy students.

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Book Contents :-
Mathematical Methods for Physics & Engineering (3E) written by K. F. Riley, M. P. Hobson, S. J. Bence cover the following topics. '
1. Preliminary algebra
2. Preliminary calculus
3. Complex numbers and hyperbolic functions
4. Series and limits
5. Partial differentiation
6. Multiple integrals
7. Vector algebra
8. Matrices and vector spaces
9. Normal modes
10. Vector calculus
11. Line, surface and volume integrals
12. Fourier series
13. Integral transforms
14. First-order ordinary differential equations
15. Higher-order ordinary differential equations
16. Series solutions of ordinary differential equations
17. Eigenfunction methods for differential equations
18. Special functions
19. Quantum operators
20. Partial differential equations: general and particular solutions
21. Partial differential equations: separation of variables and other methods
22. Calculus of variations
23. Integral equations
24. Complex variables
25. Applications of complex variables
26. Tensors
27. Numerical methods
28. Group theory
29. Representation theory
30. Probability
31. Statistics
Index

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