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E.C.G.Sudarshan 
Classical dynamics: A Modern Perspective 
026241 
2015 
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David D. Nolte 
Introduction to modern dynamics: Chaos, Networks, Space and Time 
026051 
2015 
Book 

3 
J. K. Bhattacharjee 
Nonlinear dynamics: Near and Far From Equilibrium 
024425 
2007 
Book 

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THORNTON, STEPHEN 
Classical dynamics of particles and systems 
021353 
2004 
Book 

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J.S. Nicolis 
Dynamics of hierarchial systems: An evolutionary approach 
008163 
1986 
Book 

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Richard L. Liboff 
Kinetic theory : Classical, quantum and relativistic discription 
016678 
1998 
Book 

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SUDARSHAN, E.C.G. 
Classical dynamics : A modern perspective 
016084 
1974 
Book 

8 
L.A. Pars 
Introduction to dynamics 
012633 
1953 
Book 

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Herbert Spohn 
Largescale dynamics of interacting particles 
006365 
1991 
Book 

10 
LANCZOS, CORNELIUS 
Variational principles of mechanics 
004631 

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Title  Classical dynamics: A Modern Perspective 
Author(s)  E.C.G.Sudarshan;N. Mukunda 
Publication  New Delhi, Hindustan Book Agency, 2015. 
Description  x, 597p 
Abstract Note  Classical dynamics is traditionally treated as an early stage in the development of physics, a stage that has long been superseded by more ambitious theories. Here, in this book, classical dynamics is treated as a subject on its own as well as a research frontier. Incorporating insights gained over the past several decades, the essential principles of classical dynamics are presented, while demonstrating that a number of key results originally considered only in the context of quantum theory and particle physics, have their foundations in classical dynamics.
Graduate students in physics and practicing physicists will welcome the present approach to classical dynamics that encompasses systems of particles, free and interacting fields, and coupled systems. Lie groups and Lie algebras are incorporated at a basic level and are used in describing spacetime symmetry groups. There is an extensive discussion on constrained systems, Dirac brackets and their geometrical interpretation. The Liealgebraic description of dynamical systems is discussed in detail, and Poisson brackets are developed as a realization of Lie brackets. Other topics include treatments of classical spin, elementary relativistic systems in the classical context, irreducible realizations of the Galileo and PoincarĂ© groups, and hydrodynamics as a Galilean field theory. Students will also find that this approach that deals with problems of manifest covariance, the nointeraction theorem in Hamiltonian mechanics and the structure of actionatadistance theories provides all the essential preparatory groundwork for a passage to quantum field theory. 
ISBN,Price  9789380250779 : 1100.00 
Classification  531.3

Keyword(s)  1. CLASSICAL DYNAMICS
2. DYNAMICS

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Title  Introduction to modern dynamics: Chaos, Networks, Space and Time 
Author(s)  David D. Nolte 
Edition  eBooks 
Publication  Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2015. 
Description  xiii, 423p. 
Abstract Note  The best parts of physics are the last topics that our students ever see. These are the exciting new frontiers of nonlinear and complex systems that are at the forefront of university research and are the basis of many hightech businesses. Topics such as traffic on the World Wide Web, the spread of epidemics through globallymobile populations, or the synchronization of global economies are governed by universal principles just as profound as Newton's laws. Nonetheless, the conventional university physics curriculum reserves most of these topics for advanced graduate study. Two justifications are given for this situation: first, that the mathematical tools needed to understand these topics are beyond the skill set of undergraduate students, and second, that these are speciality topics with no common theme and little overlap.
Introduction to Modern Dynamics dispels these myths. The structure of this book combines the three main topics of modern dynamics  chaos theory, dynamics on complex networks, and general relativity  into a coherent framework. 
ISBN,Price  9780199657049 : UKP 32.50(PB) 
Classification  531.3

Keyword(s)  1. 100 YEARS OF THE FIRST OBSERVATIONS OF T
2. CHAOS
3. COMPLEX SYSTEMS
4. DYNAMICS
5. EBOOK
6. EBOOK  OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
7. HAMILTONIAN DYNAMICS
8. NONLINEAR DYNAMICS
9. RELATIVISTIC DYNAMICS
10. SPACE AND TIME

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