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PHYS 6110 : Mathematical Methods of Theoretical Physics
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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Mathematical Methods of Theoretical Physics
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Math. Methds of Theor. Phys.
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Calculus of variations. Group theory. Tensor calculus. Review of techniques of linear algebra. Hilbert spaces and operator theory. Special functions and expansion in complete orthogonal sets of functions. Solutions of partial differential equations, Green’s functions method and boundary-value problems. Integral equations. Complex analysis and theory of analytic functions. Permission of the department graduate advisor required prior to enrollment. Corequisite: PHYS 6130.
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