The aim of these lectures is to give an account of the developments in the new interest gained since new complex variable methods were found to establish Tauberian theorems. A brief introduction to summability methods is ...
This report on 'International System of Units' basically consists of four chapters. 'Rationalization of Units' is discussed in the introduction part. Chapter I deals with 'The Force: NEWTON in Electricity and magnetism'. ...
The problem considered here is that of describing free particles and antiparticles of definite nonzero mass m, spin s = 0, 1/2, 1, 3/2 and with internal symmetry. The particle is described by a wave function, the basis ...
This report comprises of lectures in two parts, Part I on 'Nuclear Models' by K. Srinivasa Rao and Part II on 'Nuclear Matter' by R. Sridhar. Part I has six lectures on Nuclear Models. Lecture I classifies the Nuclear ...
These lectures cover certain aspects of two dimensional physics as a Start. They are by no means exhaustive and must be supplemented by the comprehensive treatment of Wightman's Cargese lecture notes 1964. One finds that ...
The aim of these lectures is to provide an introduction to some of the basic theorems of Representation theory. They are purely expository, there is little or nothing that cannot be found in standard treatises such as ...
The two properties of the polynomials, viz., 1) A polynomial takes on every complex value the same number of times; 2) On large circles |z| = r, the absolute value of a polynomial p(z) is large and "Limit r tends to ...
The present Report consists of a collection of the reports, on Recent Experimental Data issued monthly during the year 1967. In the field of strong interactions, the main activity continues to be the discovery of new ...
These notes are based on lectures given at the Institute during January and February of 1967. In essence they constitute an introductory course in the theory of approximation(degree of approximation). The discussion is ...
These lecture notes are intended as an introductory course into the topological and global aspects of group theory. The lectures are kept simple in order to be of value to a physicist who is not very familiar with group ...