Mathematical Foundations of Statistical Mechanics (2020)

Mathematical Foundations of Statistical Mechanics Aleksandr Yakovlevich Khinchin George Gamow Mathematical Foundations of Statistical Mechanics Phase space ergodic problems central limit theorem dispersion and distribution of sum functions
  • Title: Mathematical Foundations of Statistical Mechanics
  • Author: Aleksandr Yakovlevich Khinchin George Gamow
  • ISBN: 9780486601472
  • Page: 449
  • Format: Paperback
Mathematical Foundations of Statistical Mechanics Aleksandr Yakovlevich Khinchin George Gamow Phase space, ergodic problems, central limit theorem, dispersion and distribution of sum functions.
Mathematical Foundations of Statistical Mechanics Aleksandr Yakovlevich Khinchin George Gamow

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  1. Ross

    The age and mathematical rigor not to mention the fact that it is translated all add to the difficulty of this text However, with some effort, one can gain a great deal of insight into the mathematics behind statistical mechanics The book is filled with proofs and theorems and is a great resource for mathematicians For a physicist, however important these foundations are, the connexions between the proofs and the end result, the applications to the real world, are a bit labored throughout most o [...]

  2. William Schram

    This book is quite challenging, but mostly because I don t know a lot about mathematics If I knew about grad and Lebesgue I suppose it would come out better As I stand, I can t understand this book all that well, and I need to have a stepping stone for it Sometimes being an autodidact is tough No classes or anything really makes things complicated.On the other hand, the book is written pretty well, it s mostly equations and text Not a lot of pictures, it somewhat explains the units and symbols [...]

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