7 edition of Functional integration and quantum physics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 279-292, 297-306) and index.
|LC Classifications||QC20.7.F85 S55 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 306 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||2004062357|
Introduction to Functional Integration: Flexible Polymer Chains. Feynman Path Integrals in Quantum Mechanics. Introduction to Functional Integration: Stiff Polymer Chains. The Excluded Volume Problem: The Self‐Consistent Field. Polymers in Bulk: Introduction. Is There a Polymer Analog of the Perfect Gas? Statistical Mechanics with Constraints Cited by: The book’s inside flap describes functional integration as a “user-friendly tool.” I agree, but I cannot call the book itself user friendly. For a student who is interested in learning path integration or a physicist who wants a survey of applications, there are better by:
Baby quantum fields. Notions in quantum field theory can be considered on finite geometries. Functional integrals on finite geometries allow to perform “baby quantum field” computations. As a general rule, I will only be interested in such a computation if it should lead to some interesting numbers or to explicit functions. The contributions in this volume highlight emergent research in the area of stochastic analysis and mathematical physics, focusing, in particular on Feynman functional integral approach and, on the other hand, in quantum probability. The book is addressed to an audience of mathematical physicists, as well as specialists in probability theory.
An explanation of the mathematics needed as a foundation for a deep understanding of general relativity or quantum field theory. Physics is naturally expressed in mathematical language. Students new to the subject must simultaneously learn an idiomatic mathematical language and the content that is expressed in that language. It is as if they were asked to read Les . This book presents a unique, modern treatment of solutions to fractional random differential equations in mathematical physics. It follows an analytic approach in applied functional analysis for functional integration in quantum physics and stochastic Langevin–turbulent partial differential equations. Errata(s) Errata. Foreword Foreword (34 KB).
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Get this from a library. Functional Integration and Quantum Physics. [Barry Simon] -- The main theme of this classic book is the path integral technique and its applications to constructive methods of quantum physics. The central topic is probabilistic foundations of Feynman-Kac.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 27 cm: Contents: 1. Introduction Construction of Gaussian processes Some fundamental tools of probability theory The Wiener process, the Oscillator process, and the Brownian bridge Regularity properties The Feynman-Kac formula Regularity and recurrence.
Functional integration successfully entered physics as path integrals in the PhD dissertation of Richard P. Feynman, but it made no sense at all as a mathematical definition.
Cartier and DeWitt-Morette have created, in this book, a fresh approach to functional by: Buy Functional Integration and Quantum Physics (AMS Chelsea Publishing) 2Rev Ed by Barry Simon (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Written with great care and containing many highly illuminating examples, this classic book is highly recommended to anyone interested in applications of functional integration to quantum physics.
It can also serve as a textbook for a course in functional integration. Quantum Physics *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis. ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an ebook : Springer-Verlag New York.
Functional integration is a collection of results in mathematics and physics where the domain of an integral is no longer a region of space, but a space of onal integrals arise in probability, in the study of partial differential equations, and in the path integral approach to the quantum mechanics of particles and fields.
In an ordinary integral (in the sense of Lebesgue. The first week was focused on quantum and classical systems with a finite number of degrees of freedom; the second week on field theories. During the first week the basic course, given by P.
Cartier, was a presentation of a recent rigorous approach to functional integration which does not resort to discretization, nor to analytic continuation. Although Hilbert could not have known it when he formulated his problems, probability theory is also central to the foundations of quantum theory.
In this book, I wish to describe a very different interface between probability and mathematical physics, namely, the use of certain notions of integration in function spaces as technical tools in. Finally, two new chapters introduce the finite-temperature functional integration of bosonic and fermionic fields for the study of macroscopic quantum phenomena: superfluidity and superconductivity.
Several solved problems are included at the end of each chapter, helping readers put into practice all that they have : Springer International Publishing. Functional Integration and Quantum Physics: Second Edition Barry Simon Publication Year: ISBN ISBN AMS Chelsea Publishing, vol.
This book presents a study of the application of functional integration methods to a wide range of contemporary theoretical physics problems.
The concept of a functional integral is introduced as a method of quantizing finite-dimensional mechanical systems, as an alternative to ordinary quantum mechanics.
Buy the Kobo ebook Book Functional Integration and Quantum Physics by atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. The program of the Institute covered several aspects of functional integration -from a robust mathematical foundation to many applications, heuristic and rigorous, in mathematics, physics, and chemistry.
It included analytic and numerical computational : Cécile Dewitt-Morette. Volume elements in quantum field theory Bryce DeWitt; Part VI. Projects: Projects; Appendix A. Forward and backward integrals: spaces of pointed.
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Trelman. Roman Jackiw, and David).File Size: 5MB.Hans J. van Ommeren Dekker (born Januin Amsterdam, Netherlands) is a Dutch theoretical physicist in the line of Dirk Polder, Ralph Kronig, and Nico van scientific work inter alia involves laser theory, path integrals in curved spaces, nonequilibrium statistical mechanics, dissipation in quantum mechanics, and hydrodynamic al advisor: Nico van Kampen.