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- 1998 European School of High-Energy Physics, St Andrews, Scotland, 23 August-5 September 1998 : proceedings
- A field guide to algebra
- A history of abstract algebra
- A story of light : a short introduction to quantum field theory of quarks and leptons
- A story of light : a short introduction to quantum field theory of quarks and leptons
- Abstract Algebra : an introductory course
- Advanced topics in quantum field theory : a lecture course
- Advances in classical field theory
- Algebra : A Teaching and Source Book
- Algebra : fields and galois theory
- Algebra : fields with structure, algebras and advanced topics
- Algorithmische Methoden : Funktionen, Matrizen, Multivariate Polynome
- AlgÃ¨bre : chapitre 4 Ã 7
- Basic Algebra
- Basics of thermal field theory : a tutorial on perturbative computations
- Classical and quantum dynamics : from classical paths to path integrals
- Classical covariant fields
- Classical field theory
- Classical field theory
- Classical field theory : on electrodynamics, non-Abelian gauge theories and gravitation
- Classical field theory : on electrodynamics, non-abelian gauge theories and gravitation
- Classical field theory and the stress-energy tensor
- Classical mathematical physics : dynamical systems and field theories
- Classical mathematical physics : dynamical systems and field theories
- Commutative Algebra: Constructive Methods : Finite Projective Modules
- Condensed matter field theory
- Continuum Mechanics through the Ages - From the Renaissance to the Twentieth Century : From Hydraulics to Plasticity
- Continuum mechanics
- Continuum physics
- Covariance and gauge invariance in Continuum Physics : application to mechanics, gravitation, and electromagnetism
- CryptoSchool
- Current algebra and anomalies
- Differential manifolds and theoretical physics
- EPFL lectures on conformal field theory in D]3 dimensions
- Effective Field Theories for Heavy Majorana Neutrinos in a Thermal Bath
- Effective field approach to phase transitions and some applications to ferroelectrics
- Effective spacetime : understanding emergence in effective field theory and quantum gravity
- Endliche Strukturen
- Field theory
- Field theory in particle physics
- Field theory of guided waves
- Field theory, the renormalization group, and critical phenomena
- Field theory, the renormalization group, and critical phenomena : graphs to computers
- Galois theory
- Galois theory
- Gauge theories in the twentieth century
- Geometry, particles and fields
- Geophysical field theory and method
- Gravity, magnetic and electromagnetic gradiometry : strategic technologies in the 21st century
- Gravity, special relativity, and the strong force : a Bohr-Einstein-de Broglie model for the formation of hadrons
- Hamiltonian dynamics
- Hamiltonian mechanics of gauge systems
- Hyberbolic [i.e. Hyperbolic] conservation laws in continuum physics
- Hyberbolic conservation laws in continuum physics
- Hyberbolic conservation laws in continuum physics
- Hyperbolic conservation laws in continuum physics
- Hyperbolic conservation laws in continuum physics
- ITEP lectures on particle physics and field theory
- Introduction to classical field theory : a tour of the fundamental interactions
- Introduction to plane algebraic curves
- Introduction to statistical field theory
- Introduction to statistical field theory
- Introduction to string field theory
- Introduction to the classical theory of particles and fields
- Lectures on classical and quantum theory of fields
- Lectures on classical and quantum theory of fields
- Lectures on matrix field theory
- Lectures on quantum field theory
- Low dimensional physics and gauge principles
- Mathematik und Technologie
- Modern differential geometry in gauge theories : Maxwell fields, Volume I
- Modern methods in the calculus of variations : Lp spaces
- Newtonian electrodynamics
- Non-perturbative field theory : from two dimensional conformal field theory to QCD in four dimensions
- Non-perturbative field theory : from two-dimensional conformal field theory to QCD in four dimensions
- Noncommutative spacetimes : symmetries in noncommutative geometry and field theory
- Nonlinear waves and pattern dynamics
- Particle physics and introduction to field theory
- Perturbative algebraic quantum field theory : an introduction for mathematicians
- Physics of continuous matter
- Polynomial Convexity
- Projective group structures as absolute Galois structures with block approximation
- Quarks, gluons and lattices
- Radiation and scattering of waves
- Radiation and scattering of waves
- Renormalization group and effective field theory approaches to many-body systems
- Retarded action-at-a-distance : the change of force with motion
- Six-dimensional superconformal field theories and their torus compactifications
- Space-time structure
- Statistical Field Theory, Volume 1, From Brownian Motion to Renormalization and Lattice Gauge Theory.
- Statistical field theory
- Synchronicity : nature and psyche in an interconnected universe
- Taming the forces between quarks and gluons : calorons out of the box : scientific papers
- Tensorial methods and renormalization in group field theories
- The classical theory of fields
- The continuum limit of causal fermion systems : from Planck scale structures to macroscopic physics
- The structure of the proton: deep inelastic scattering
- Thermal field theory
- Topics in the theory of algebraic function fields
- Twistor geometry and field theory
- Twistor geometry and field theory
- Un invito all{u2019}algebra
- Undergraduate algebra
- Value Functions on Simple Algebras, and Associated Graded Rings
- Vector analysis : a physicist's guide to the mathematics of fields in three dimensions

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