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# Group Theoretical Methods in Physics

Symmetry is permeating our understanding of nature: Group theoretical methods of intrinsic interest to mathematics have expanded their applications from physics to chemistry and biology. The ICGTMP Colloquia maintain the communication among the many branches into which this endeavor has bloomed. Lie group and representation theory, special functions, foundations of quantum mechanics, and elementary particle, nuclear, atomic, and molecular physics are among the traditional subjects. More recent areas include supersymmetry, superstrings and quantum gravity, integrability, nonlinear systems and quantum chaos, semigroups, time asymmetry and resonances, condensed matter, and statistical physics. Topics such as linear and nonlinear optics, quantum computing, discrete systems, and signal analysis have only in the last few years become part of the group theorists' turf. In Group Theoretical Methods in Physics, readers will find both review contributions that distill the state of the art in a broad field, and articles pointed to specific problems, in many cases, preceding their formal publication in the journal literature.
# Group Theoretical Methods in Physics

# Group Theoretical Methods in Physics

These Proceedings cover various topics in modern physics in which group theoretical methods can be applied effectively. The two volumes, containing over 100 papers, cover such areas as representation theory, the theory and applications of dynamical symmetries and coherent states, symmetries in atomic, molecular, nuclear and elementary particle physics, field theory including gauge theories, supersymmetry and supergravity, general relativity and cosmology, the theory of space groups and its applications to solid state physics and phase transitions, the problems of quantum and classical mechanics and paraxial optics, and the theory of nonlinear equations and solitons.
# Group Theoretical Methods in Physics

Group Theoretical Methods in Physics: Proceedings of the Fifth International Colloquium provides information pertinent to the fundamental aspects of group theoretical methods in physics. This book provides a variety of topics, including nuclear collective motion, complex Riemannian geometry, quantum mechanics, and relativistic symmetry. Organized into six parts encompassing 64 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the theories of nuclear quadrupole dynamics. This text then examines the conventional approach in the determination of superstructures. Other chapters consider the Hamiltonian formalism and how it is applied to the KdV equation and to a slight variant of the KdV equation. This book discusses as well the significant differential equations of mathematical physics that are integrable Hamiltonian systems, including the equations governing self-induced transparency and the motion of particles under an inverse square potential. The final chapter deals with the decomposition of the tensor product of two irreducible representations of the symmetric group into a direct sum of irreducible representations. This book is a valuable resource for physicists.
# Modern Group Theoretical Methods in Physics

This book contains the proceedings of a meeting that brought together friends and colleagues of Guy Rideau at the Université Denis Diderot (Paris, France) in January 1995. It contains original results as well as review papers covering important domains of mathematical physics, such as modern statistical mechanics, field theory, and quantum groups. The emphasis is on geometrical approaches. Several papers are devoted to the study of symmetry groups, including applications to nonlinear differential equations, and deformation of structures, in particular deformation-quantization and quantum groups. The richness of the field of mathematical physics is demonstrated with topics ranging from pure mathematics to up-to-date applications such as imaging and neuronal models. Audience: Researchers in mathematical physics.
# Group Theoretical Methods In Physics Proceedings Of The Yamada Conference Xl And Xx International Colloquium

The topics discussed in this volume are: Symmetry and Foundations in Classical and Quantum Mechanics; Geometry, Topology and Quantum Field Theory; Quantum Groups and Infinite-Dimensional Lie Algebras; Algebraic Approach to Nuclear Structure; Integrable Statistical Systems and Theory of Critical Phenomena Supersymmetry; Atomic and Molecular Physics; Condensed Matter Physics; Other Applications of Group Theory to Physics.
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# XV International Colloquium on Group Theoretical Methods in Physics October 20 24 1986 Drexel University Philadelphia PA

# Computational and Group Theoretical Methods in Nuclear Physics

The symposium OC Computational and Group-Theoretical Methods in Nuclear PhysicsOCO was organized to celebrate the 60th birthday of Jerry P Draayer, who is Professor of Physics, Lousiana State University, and President of the Southeastern Universities Research Association (SURA). The focus of the meeting was on computational and algebraic approaches to the nuclear many-body problem. The presentations highlighted recent experimental and theoretical developments in nuclear structure physics. The proceedings have been selected for coverage in: . OCo Index to Scientific & Technical Proceedings- (ISTP- / ISI Proceedings). OCo Index to Scientific & Technical Proceedings (ISTP CDROM version / ISI Proceedings). OCo CC Proceedings OCo Engineering & Physical Sciences."
# Computational and Group Theoretical Methods in Nuclear Physics

The symposium “Computational and Group-Theoretical Methods in Nuclear Physics” was organized to celebrate the 60th birthday of Jerry P Draayer, who is Professor of Physics, Lousiana State University, and President of the Southeastern Universities Research Association (SURA). The focus of the meeting was on computational and algebraic approaches to the nuclear many-body problem. The presentations highlighted recent experimental and theoretical developments in nuclear structure physics. The proceedings have been selected for coverage in: • Index to Scientific & Technical Proceedings® (ISTP® / ISI Proceedings) • Index to Scientific & Technical Proceedings (ISTP CDROM version / ISI Proceedings) • CC Proceedings — Engineering & Physical Sciences Contents:SU(3) and Symplectic Models and Their ApplicationsRandom HamiltoniansPseudo-Spin in Nuclear PhysicsCollective PhenomenaComputational Physics and Large-Scale Nuclear ModelsMathematical PhysicsSpecial Topics Readership: Graduate students and researchers in nuclear physics. Keywords:Nuclear Structure Physics;Nuclear Models;Group Theory;Mathematical Physics;Computational Methods in Physics
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