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- Advanced quantum theory and its applications through Feynman diagrams
- Aspects of ergodic, qualitative, and statistical theory of motion
- CP violation without strangeness : electric dipole moments of particles, atoms, and molecules
- Coherent dynamics of complex quantum systems
- Conformal invariance and critical phenomena
- Effective Lagrangians for the standard model
- Essential relativity : special, general, and cosmological
- Fields, symmetries, and quarks
- Finite quantum electrodynamics : the causal approach
- Foundations of fluid dynamics
- Foundations of quantum mechanics
- Foundations of theoretical mechanics
- From electrostatics to optics : a concise electrodynamics course
- From microphysics to macrophysics : methods and applications of statistical physics
- General relativity : with applications to astrophysics
- General relativity and relativistic astrophysics
- Generalized coherent states and their applications
- Geometric optics on phase space
- Geometry of the standard model of elementary particles
- High-energy particle diffraction
- Information theory and quantum physics : physical foundations for understanding the conscious process
- Introduction to gauge field theories
- Inverse SchrÃ¶dinger scattering in three dimensions
- Inverse problems in quantum scattering theory
- Inverse problems in quantum scattering theory
- Large scale dynamics of interacting particles
- Local quantum physics : fields, particles, algebras
- Local quantum physics : fields, particles, algebras
- Magnetic monopoles
- Magnetism and superconductivity
- Many-body problems and quantum field theory : an introduction
- Multi-Hamiltonian theory of dynamical systems
- Operator algebras and quantum statistical mechanics
- Oscillations and waves in strong gravitational and electromagnetic fields
- Path integral approach to quantum physics : an introduction
- Perturbative quantum electrodynamics and axiomatic field theory
- Physics of neutrinos and application to astrophysics
- Polarized electrons
- Principles of advanced mathematical physics
- Quantum : the quantum theory of particles, fields, and cosmology
- Quantum chromodynamics : an introduction to the theory of quarks and gluons
- Quantum electrodynamics of strong fields : with an introduction into modern relativistic quantum mechanics
- Quantum entropy and its use
- Quantum field theory in condensed matter physics
- Quantum field theory in strongly correlated electronic systems
- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum mechanics : foundations and applications
- Quantum mechanics : foundations and applications
- Quantum mechanics I
- Quantum non-linear sigma-models : from quantum field theory to supersymmetry, conformal field theory, black holes and strings
- Quantum relativity : a synthesis of the ideas of Einstein and Heisenberg
- Random walks, critical phenomena, and triviality in quantum field theory
- Relativistic particle physics
- Relativistic quantum mechanics
- Relativistic quantum mechanics and introduction to field theory
- Scattering theory of classical and quantum N-particle systems
- Scattering theory of waves and particles
- SchrÃ¶dinger operators, with applications to quantum mechanics and global geometry
- Solvable models in quantum mechanics
- Statistical mechanics : a short treatise
- Statistical mechanics of lattice systems
- Statistical methods in quantum optics
- Statistical physics of fluids : basic concepts and applications
- Supersymmetric methods in quantum and statistical physics
- The Dirac equation
- The Frenkel-Kontorova model : concepts, methods, and applications
- The atomic nucleus as a relativistic system
- The concepts and logic of classical thermodynamics as a theory of heat engines, rigorously constructed upon the foundation laid by S. Carnot and F. Reech
- The elements of mechanics
- The geometric phase in quantum systems : foundations, mathematical concepts, and applications in molecular and condensed matter physics
- The nuclear many-body problem
- The quantum mechanical few-body problem
- The statistical mechanics of financial markets
- The statistical mechanics of financial markets
- The theory of photons and electrons : the relativistic quantum field theory of charged particles with spin one-half
- The theory of quark and gluon interactions
- The theory of quark and gluon interactions

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