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Author: | Walter Pfeifer |

Subcategory: | Mathematics |

Language: | English |

Publisher: | Birkhauser (October 1, 2004) |

Pages: | 116 pages |

Category: | Math and Science |

Rating: | 4.3 |

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Lie algebras are efficient tools for analyzing the properties of physical systems. Concrete applications comprise the formulation of symmetries of Hamiltonian systems, the description of atomic, molecular and nuclear spectra, the physics of elementary particles and many others.

Lie algebras are efficient tools for analyzing the properties of physical systems. This work gives an introduction to the properties and the structure of the Lie algebras su(n). First, characteristic quantities such as structure constants, the Killing form and functions of Lie algebras are introduced. The properties of the algebras su(2), su(3) and su(4) are investigated in detail

Lie algebras are efficient tools for analyzing the properties of physical systems.

Download PDF book format. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. The Lie algebras su(N), an introduction Walter Pfeifer. Book's title: The Lie algebras su(N), an introduction Walter Pfeifer. Library of Congress Control Number: 2003057822.

Greiner's lectures, which underlie these volumes, are internationally noted for their clarity, their completeness and for the effort that he has devoted to making physics an integral whole; his enthusiasm for his science is contagious and shines.

Greiner's lectures, which underlie these volumes, are internationally noted for their clarity, their completeness and for the effort that he has devoted to making physics an integral whole; his enthusiasm for his science is contagious and shines through almost every page. Beyond that, they are of enormous value to the professional physicist and to all others working with quantum phenomena

This work gives an introduction to the properties and the structure of the Lie algebras su(n).

This work gives an introduction to the properties and the structure of the Lie algebras su(n). Student readers should be enabled to begin studies on physical su(N)-applications, instructors will profit from the detailed calculations and examples. It seems that you're in Russian Federation. We have a dedicated site for Russian Federation.

One needs some modern algebra background and a familiarity with matrix representation notation I say this is a book well done and one that has been needed for a long time

One needs some modern algebra background and a familiarity with matrix representation notation. His explanation of how two so(n) groups are Hermitian in su(n) is something it took me years to figure out on my own! I say this is a book well done and one that has been needed for a long time. I would that he had expanded the book with an su(5) representations, structure constants. I was grateful for the representaion of su(4) and the structure constants.

This short book covers an important aspect that has been neglected by most textbooks on Lie algebras written for physicists, namely providing a comprehensible introduction for undergraduates based on detailed examples, computations and precise motivations, without having t. .

This short book covers an important aspect that has been neglected by most textbooks on Lie algebras written for physicists, namely providing a comprehensible introduction for undergraduates based on detailed examples, computations and precise motivations, without having to develop the formal theory. This is not a textbook on Lie algebras in the usual sense, but a practical guide whose intention is to provide a solid comprehension of the main facts on (finite dimensional) Lie algebras used in physics.

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Lie algebras are efficient tools for analyzing the properties of physical systems. Concrete applications comprise the formulation of symmetries of Hamiltonian systems, the description of atomic, molecular and nuclear spectra, the physics of elementary particles and many others. This work gives an introduction to the properties and the structure of the Lie algebras su(n).The book features an elementary (matrix) access to su(N)-algebras, and gives a first insight into Lie algebras. Student readers should be enabled to begin studies on physical su(N)-applications, instructors will profit from the detailed calculations and examples.

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