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Parallel programming is designed for the use of parallel computer systems for solving timeconsuming problems that cannot be solved on a sequential computer in a reasonable time. These problems can be divided into two classes: 1. Processing large data arrays (including processing images and signals in real time) 2. Simulation of complex physical processes and…

Gauge Theories and Differential Geometry
Physics Research and Technology, Mathematics Research Developments, Mathematical and Computational Physics, Physics and Astronomy$230.00Quick ViewThis book revisits the mathematical foundations of thermodynamics and gauge theory by using new differential geometric methods coming from the formal theory of systems of partial differential equations and Lie pseudogroups. The gauge theory of gravity is also established, in which spinorial and ventorial matter fields serve as gravitating sources. The potential applications of the…

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Hybrid systems, inheriting the merits of their predecessors, exhibit extraordinary strengths to face various challenges and hostile environments. Hybrid systems have the ability to inspire and encourage researchers and engineers to propose novel ideas, which allow for more applications and devices in physics, chemistry and biology. In this book, the authors introduce various applications of…

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Perturbation Theory: Advances in Research and Applications begins with a deliberation on the development of a formalism of the Exchange perturbation theory (EPT) that accounts for the general identity principle of electrons that belong to different atomic centres. The possible applications of the theory concerning scattering and collision problems are discussed, and the authors apply…

Exotic Algebraic and Geometric Structures in Theoretical Physics
Contemporary Fundamental Physics, Mathematical and Computational Physics, Physics and Astronomy, Science and Technology$195.00Quick ViewThis collection presents original mathematical ideas and unusual constructions in theoretical physics. They were developed locally at Kharkov University, Ukraine, and now can be presented to Western readers. The subjects are broad and cover an array of ideas, from regular generalization of supermanifolds and category theory, coalgebras, the YangBaxter equation and Hopf algebras, to nontrivial…

New Mathematical Methods for Physics
Computational Mathematics and Analysis, Mathematical and Computational Physics, Physics and Astronomy$95.00Quick ViewThe concept of “group” has been introduced in mathematics for the first time by E. Galois (1830) and slowly passed from algebra to geometry with the work of S. Lie on Lie groups (1880) and Lie pseudogroups (1890) of transformations. The concept of a finite length differential sequence, now called the Janet sequence, had been…
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