The objectives of these lectures aims to provide a systematic development of essential features of elementary particle theory from pure S-matrix principle. Some of the basic relationships of tensor and spinor analysis are ...
This report aims to obtain nonperturbative solutions, with the 'self-consistent' method of approximation. First an indefinite value is assumed for some physical quantity. Then this quantity is calculated using the given ...
These lectures were delivered by the Visiting Scientist A. Fujii, a CSIR Visitor, from Department of Physics, School of Science and Technology, Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan. Notes prepared by T.S. Santhanam, Matscience. ...
These lectures were given by the visiting Scientist, Dr. Franz Mohling, from University of Colorado during 1964. Lecture- I deals with Free Bose Gas; The formula for the average number of quanta in a single state could ...
A series of 24 lectures delivered at the Institute on this topic, was aimed to provide a fairly extensive working knowledge of the 'local Lie groups and their representations' for the audience group of physicists - in ...
Any microscopic theory of superconductivity leads to the derivation of London's equation which connects the applied magnetic field and the current in the bulk superconductor; Electrodynamics of Superconductors is discussed ...
The aim of the series of lectures in 'Some topics in Quantum Electrodynamics', is to give an outline of quantum electrodynamic calculations with special emphasis on some work done by this group which might lead to some ...
These lectures on 'Semigroups of Operators' are based on the lectures given by the Visiting Professor, A. T. Bharucha-Reid, with particular reference to applications in Mathematical Physics. The three operators - semigroup ...
Part I : For Strong interaction scattering processes, an abstract approach (theory with no infinities) based on the general principles like Lorentz invariance, causality and unitary deduced from field theories is utilized ...
These lectures were delivered by Niels Bohr Visiting Professor, L.Rosenfeld from NORDITA, Copenhagen, Denmark during 1964. The introduction chapter defines about Resonances, and Theory of Nuclear Interactions. It is of ...
These lectures were given the CSIR Visitor, Professor M. Gourdin, Universite De Paris, France. It is consisting of 6 chapters discussing about 'Lie groups and Lie Algebras', 'Lie Groups of Transformations', 'Topological ...
This Report is a collection of the Reports on Recent Experimental Data issued monthly during the year 1964. The most important experiments reported here are the Violation of Cp invariance in (K2)^0 decays and the discovery ...
This thesis is based on the work done in the field of elementary particle interactions in the frame work of impulse or single particle exchange approximation. The thesis consists of 3 parts; Part 1 dealing with the study ...
Notes were prepared by Dr. R. Vasudevan. It comprises of two parts. Part I deals with the concepts - Electromagnetic Field, Principle of Equivalence, The Curvature Tensor, Einstein's Equations, Experimental verification, ...