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Group theoretical methods in physics : proceedings of the XXV International Colloquium on Group Theoretical Methods in Physics held in Cocoyoc, Mexico, 2-6 August 2004 / edited by George S. Pogosyan, Luis Edgar Vicent and Kurt Bernardo Wolf.


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International Colloquium on Group Theoretical Methods in Physics (25th : 2004 : Cocoyoc, Mexico)
Publication date:
Bristol; Philadelphia : Institute of Physics, c2005.
  • Book, Conference Proceedings
  • xxiii, 594 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • The 2004 Wigner Medal The 2004 Herman Weyl Prize Plenary Papers Invited Papers.
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Publisher's Summary:
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.
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Pogosyan, G. S.
Vicent, Luis Edgar.
Wolf, Kurt Bernardo.
Institute of Physics conference series, 0305-2346 ; no. 185.
Institute of Physics conference series ; no. 185.

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