Higher Mathematics for Physics and Engineering: Mathematical Methods for Contemporary Physics

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Higher Mathematics for Physics and Engineering: Mathematical Methods for Contemporary Physics

Due to the rapid expansion of the frontiers of physics and engineering, the demand for higher-level mathematics is increasing yearly.

This book is designed to provide accessible knowledge of higher-level mathematics demanded in contemporary physics and engineering.

Rigorous mathematical structures of important subjects in these fields are fully covered, which will be helpful for readers to become acquainted with certain abstract mathematical concepts.


The selected topics are:

  • Real analysis,
  • Complex analysis,
  • Functional analysis,
  • Lebesgue integration theory,
  • Fourier analysis,
  • Laplace analysis,
  • Wavelet analysis,
  • Differential equations,
  • and Tensor analysis.

This book is essentially self-contained and assumes only standard undergraduate preparation such as elementary calculus and linear algebra. It is thus well suited for graduate students in physics and engineering who are interested in theoretical backgrounds of their own fields.

Further, it will also be useful for mathematics students who want to understand how certain abstract concepts in mathematics are applied in a practical situation.

The readers will not only acquire basic knowledge toward higher-level mathematics but also imbibe mathematical skills necessary for contemporary studies of their own fields.

Includes the latest developments in physics and engineering-oriented higher mathematics, such as quantum information theory and mathematical topology for knot theory.

  • Exposition of mathematical concepts underlying physical phenomena.
  • Combines mathematical rigor with practical applications.
  • Offers learning and teaching aids as worked-out examples with solutions for the application of higher mathematics in physics and engineering.
  • Reader-friendly summaries in each chapter

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