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 Albert, David Z., author.
 Cambridge, Massachusetts ; London, England : Harvard University Press, 2023.
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 Book — 1 online resource.
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 Introduction
 A Guess at the Riddle
 Physical Laws and Physical Things
 The Still More Basic Question.
2. The double bind in physics education : intersectionality, equity, and belonging for women of color [2023]
 Ong, Maria, author.
 Cambridge, MA : Harvard Education Press, [2023]
 Description
 Book — xii, 255 pages ; 23 cm
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 Who Belongs in Physics?
 Physics: A "Culture of No Culture"?
 "Can You See Yourself There?": Invisibility and Recognition
 "A Woman Like You": IdentityBased Harassment in Physics
 "People Don't Believe I'm in Science": Low Expectations and Stereotype Threat
 "Doing My Own Life": CareerLife Balance
 "Learn Who Has the Power": Individual Strategies for Persistence
 "A Mutual Helping Environment": Counterspaces for Persistence
 "Intermediaries and Influencers": Institutional Supports on the Outer Edges
 A Culture of Belonging
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 Belot, Gordon, author.
 Oxford : Oxford University Press, Incorporated, [2023]
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 Book — 1 online resource.
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 Intro
 Title page
 Copyright page
 Epigraph
 Contents
 Preface
 Introduction
 1. Our Hero
 1. Introduction
 2. De Sitter : Minkowski :: Sphere : Plane
 3. Homogeneous But Not Stationary
 4. The Conformal Completion
 2. Let the Good Times Roll
 1. Introduction
 2. Einstein Simultaneity and the Static Patch
 3. Simultaneity via Symmetry
 4. Simultaneity via Comoving ObserversFlat Slices
 5. Simultaneity via Comoving ObserversSpherical Slices
 6. Flow and de Sitter
 3. Symmetry and Curvature
 1. Introduction
 2. Spaces of Constant Curvature
 3. Highly Symmetric Spaces
 4. The Riemannian Case
 5. The Lorentz Case
 4. Elliptic de Sitter Spacetime
 1. Introduction
 2. Elliptic Geometry: The Riemannian Case
 3. Elliptic Geometry: The Lorentz Case
 4. And Yet...
 5. The AntiHero
 1. Introduction
 2. Antide Sitter Basics
 3. The Boundary of AdS
 4. Observer Complementarity
 5. AdS/CFT
 6. AdS/CFT and Elliptic de Sitter Spacetime
 6. Asymptotically de Sitter Spacetimes
 1. Prologue
 2. The Rules of the Game
 3. The Asymptotically Minkowski Case
 4. Going de Sitter
 7. Stability, Instability, and Hair
 1. Prologue
 2. Warmup: Stability and Instability in Dynamical Systems
 3. Global Stability
 4. Example: The Instability of the Einstein Static Universe
 5. The Global NonLinear Stability of Minkowski Spacetime
 6. The Global NonLinear Stability of de Sitter Spacetime
 7. The Cosmic NoHair Conjecture
 8. Antide Sitter Spacetime and Global NonLinear Stability
 8. Cosmic Topology
 1. Introduction
 2. Observational Indistinguishability
 3. Cosmological Models
 4. Cosmology and Indistinguishability
 5. Topology of Space Forms
 6. Ringström on Approximate Observational Indistinguishability
 9. Brains!
 1. Introduction
 2. Statistical PhysicsA Quick Review
 3. Boltzmann and Eddington Get Us into a Mess
 4. Eddington's Solution
 5. The Worm Turns
 6. Questions
 References
 Index
4. Too big for a single mind : how the greatest generation of physicists uncovered the quantum world [2021]
 Zeitalter der Unschärfe. English
 Hürter, Tobias, author.
 New York : The Experiment, 2022.
 Description
 Book — 357 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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 Prologue
 Paris, 1903: Cracks begin to appear
 Berlin, 1900: An act of desperation
 Bern, 1905: The patent serf
 Paris, 1906: The decline and fall of Pierre Curie
 Berlin, 1909: The end of the flying cigars
 Prague, 1911: Einstein says it with flowers
 Cambridge, 1911: A Dane grows up
 The North Atlantic, 1912: The sinking of infallibility
 Munich, 1913: A painter moves to Munich
 Munich, 1914: On tour with the atom
 Berlin, 1915: Good at theory, bad at relationships
 Germany, 1916: War and peace
 Berlin, 1917: Einstein breaks down
 Berlin, 1918: Pandemic
 The MidAtlantic, 1919: The moon obscures the sun
 Munich, 1919: A young man reads Plato
 Berlin, 1920: Great minds meet
 Göttingen, 1922: A son finds his father
 Munich, 1923: A highflier almost crashes
 Copenhagen, 1923: Bohr and Einstein take the tram
 Copenhagen, 1924: One last try
 Paris, 1924: A prince makes atoms sing
 Heligoland, 1925: The vastness of the sea and the tininess of atoms
 Cambridge, 1925: The quiet genius
 Leiden, 1925: The prophet of spin
 Arosa, 1925: A late erotic outburst
 Copenhagen, 1926: Waves and particles
 Berlin, 1926: A visit with the demigods
 Berlin, 1926: The Plancks throw a party
 Göttingen, 1926: The abolition of reality
 Munich, 1926: A turn war
 Copenhagen, 1926: Exquisitely carved marble statues falling out of the sky
 Copenhagen, 1926: A game with sharpened knives
 Copenhagen, 1927: The world goes fuzzy
 Como, 1927: The great debate
 Berlin, 1930: Germany flourishes; Einstein falls ill
 Brussels, 1930: KO in the second round
 Zurich, 1931: Pauli's dreams
 Copenhagen, 1932: Faust in Copenhagen
 Berlin, 1933: Some flee; some stay
 Amsterdam, 1933: A sad end
 Oxford, 1935: The cat that isn't there
 Princeton, 1935: Einstein puts the world back in focus
 Garmisch, 1936: Dirty snow
 Moscow, 1937: On the other side
 Berlin, 1938: Bursting nuclei
 The Atlantic, 1939: Terrible news
 Copenhagen, 1941: Estrangement
 Berlin, 1942: No bomb for Hitler
 Stockholm, 1943: Flight
 Princeton, 1943: Einstein mellows
 England, 1945: The impact of the explosion
 Epilogue.
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 Close, F. E.
 Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2009
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 Book — 1 online resource (157 p.) : ill.
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What is 'the void'? What remains when you take all the matter away? Can empty space  'nothing'  exist? This text explores the science & history of the elusive void  from Aristotle's theories to black holes & quantum particles, & why our very latest discoveries about the vacuum can tell us extraordinary things about the cosmos
 Seaman, Bill, author.
 Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., [2023]
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 Book — 1 online resource
 New Jersey : World Scientific, [2023]
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 Book — 1 online resource
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 Machine learning meets number theory : the data 5 science of BirchSwinnertonDyer / Laura Alessandretti, Andrea Baronchelli and YangHui He
 On the dynamics of inference and learning / David S. Berman, Jonathan J. Heckman and Marc Klinger
 Machine learning : the dimension of a polytope / Tom Coates, Johannes Hofscheier and Alexander M. Kasprzyk
 Intelligent explorations of the string theory landscape / Andrei Constantin
 Deep learning : complete intersection CalabiYau manifolds / Harold Erbin and Riccardo Finotello
 Deeplearning the landscape / YangHui He
 hepth / YangHui He, Vishnu Jejjala, and Brent D. Nelson
 Symmetryviaduality : invariant neural network densities from parameterspace correlators / Anindita Maiti, Keegan Stoner, and James Halverson
 Supervised learning of arithmetic invariants / Thomas Oliver
 CalabiYau volumes, reflexive polytopes and machine learning / RakKyeong Seong
8. Theoretical physics, wavelets, analysis, genomics : an indisciplinary tribute to Alex Grossmann [2023]
 Cham : Birkhäuser, 2023.
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 Book — 1 online resource (650 p.).
 Summary

 Intro
 ANHA Series Preface
 En guise de préface
 Contents
 Contributors
 The Making of a Physicist
 Alex Grossmann, a Rinascimento Multidisciplinary Man
 1 A Jubilee of Multifold Research
 2 Quantum Physics and Related Fields
 3 Wavelets
 4 Genomics
 5 How to Conclude Such a Short But MindBoggling Overview?
 6 Postlude: A Geometric Existentialist Way of Thinking
 Generalized Affine Signal Analysis with TimeDelay Thresholds
 Introductory Note on the Draft Paper ``Generalized Affine Signal Analysis with TimeDelay Thresholds'', by Jan W. Dash, Alex Grossmann and Thierry Paul
 1 Wavelets in the Mid1980s
 1.1 The GroupTheoretic View of Wavelets
 1.2 Overcompleteness Can Be a Virtue
 1.3 Comments on the First Sentence: ``A Class of Functions Recently Introduced by Dash and Paul ...''
 1.4 Phase
 2 Specific Comments on the Text
 3 Le Baron de Prony's Overcomplete Set of ``Wavelets à la Neanderthal''
 4 Alex
 5 Addendum/Corrigendum
 Alex Grossmann's PhD Thesis (Harvard 1959): Covariant Functions of Quantum Fields
 Table of Contents and Introduction
 Part I Quantum Mechanics and Theoretical Physics
 Alex Grossmann, from Nested Hilbert Spaces to Partial Inner Product Spaces and Wavelets
 1 Introduction: Some History
 2 Rigged Hilbert Spaces
 3 Nested Hilbert Spaces
 4 Towards Partial Inner Product Spaces
 5 Operators on PIPSpaces
 5.1 General Definitions
 5.2 Homomorphisms and Orthogonal Projections
 5.3 Symmetric Operators and SelfAdjointness
 6 Applications in Quantum Mechanics
 6.1 General Formulation
 6.2 Resonances, Analyticity Properties
 6.3 Condensed Matter Physics
 7 The Legacy: Operator Partial Algebras
 8 Towards 2D Wavelets
 9 Epilogue
 References
 Combining Quantum Mechanical Languages (A Tribute to Alex Grossmann)
 1 Introduction
 2 The kqRepresentation
 3 BlochLike Functions
 4 Phase of the Bloch Function
 5 kqSpace
 6 Conclusion
 References
 Alex Grossmann, Scattering Amplitude, Fermi Pseudopotential, and Particle Physics
 1 Harvard and Scattering Amplitude
 2 Marseille and Fermi Pseudopotential
 3 Particle Physics
 References
 Sixty Years of Hadronic Vacuum Polarization
 1 Introduction
 2 What Is Hadronic Vacuum Polarization 3 HVP and the Muon μParticle
 4 MellinBarnes Representation of aμHVP
 5 The Time Momentum Representation
 6 Limitations of the LQCD Evaluations
 7 MellinBarnes Approximants
 7.1 Euler BetaFunction Approximants
 8 Time Momentum Representation Approximants
 8.1 Heaviside Spectral Function Approximants
 9 Conclusion
 References
 Standard Model, and Its Standard Problems
 1 Prologue
 2 A Short Introduction to the Standard Model A.D. 2021
 2.1 The Neutrino Mass Sector Sν
 Gu, Yipeng.
 Singapore : Jenny Stanford Publishing, [2022]
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource
10. Deep learning for physics research [2021]
 Erdmann, Martin, 1960 February 6 author.
 New Jersey : World Scientific, [2021]
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (xi, 327 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color)
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