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Applications of global analysis in mathematical physics

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Applications of global analysis in mathematical physics
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Publisher: Publish or Perish, inc
ISBN/ASIN: 091409811X
ISBN-13: 9780914098119
Number of pages: 277

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The book introduces some methods of global analysis which are useful in various problems of mathematical physics. The author wants to make use of ideas from geometry to shed light on problems in analysis which arise in mathematical physics.

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