Applications of Global Analysis in Mathematical Physics

Textbook Title: Applications of Global Analysis in Mathematical Physics

Textbook Description:
This free online textbook is intended to introduce some methods of global analysis which may be found useful in various problems of mathematical physics.

Author: Marsden, Jerry
Subjects: Mathematics, Physics
Key words: Mathematics, Physics, Global Analysis
Download URL: http://caltechbook.library.caltech.edu/159/

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