Encyclopaedia Of Mathematical & Statistical Physics : Applied Methods For Scientists & Engineers ( 3 Volumes Set )
Mathematical and statistical physics and its applications is essential for all scientists and engineers. Physics might be characterised as the scientific exercise of modelling of the observable physical world. That is, the representation of part of the physical world by something ‘simpler’, which nonetheless captures some of the physical world’s humanistically essential features. In particular, scientists have had notable success summarizing large amounts of observational data from the physical world with certain relatively simple mathematical models. A very successful such model is reasonably regarded as close to nature itself; and hence fundamental. Key to this is the expectation that such a model, pushed into an- as -yet- unobserved regime, will correctly predict the result of observations subsequently made there. There has been notable success too in this aspect of physics, and great technological benefits have accrued. This encyclopaedia has been designed as to fulfil the requirements of upcoming scholars and readers who are moving towards a better understanding of the text. The volumes will prove valuable for those with backgrounds in physics and applied mathematics who desire an introduction to the subject. This is an indispensable companion to all students, researchers and teachers of mathematical and statistical physics.
AUTOR: Patrick Rebello
EDITORA: Auris Reference
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