Essential Mathematical Methods for Physicists, ISEBy
- Hans Weber
- George Arfken
Juniors and Seniors in Physics, Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Chemistry and Environmental Sciences.
Hardbound, 932 Pages
Published: August 2003
Imprint: Academic Press
"True to the title, this new text achieves a comprehensive coverage of the 'essential' topics in mathematical physics at the undergraduate level. This new version is filled with enlightening examples, which is the key to undergraduate teaching. More importantly, many examples are real problems from various fields of physics." - David Hwang, University of California at Davis "The book contains many worked out problems some of which are solved in more than one way to accommodate different learning needs and styles of different students. Particularly, the chapters on vector analysis, determinant and matrices, Fourier series, and probability are extremely well written and will be an instant success with the students." - Amit Chakrabati, Kansas State University