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Cambridge monographs on mathematical physics
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The series ** Cambridge monographs on mathematical physics** represents a set of related resources, especially of a specified kind, found in **University of Missouri-St. Louis Libraries**.

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Cambridge monographs on mathematical physics
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**Cambridge monographs on mathematical physics**represents a set of related resources, especially of a specified kind, found in**University of Missouri-St. Louis Libraries**.- Label
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- Advanced general relativity
- Affine Lie algebras and quantum groups : an introduction, with applications in conformal field theory
- An introduction to regge theory & high energy physics
- Boundary conformal field theory and the worldsheet approach to D-branes
- Causality, measurement theory and the differentiable structure of space-time
- Classical covariant fields
- Classical measurements in curved space-times
- Classical solutions in quantum field theory : solitons and instantons in high energy physics
- Cosmic strings and other topological defects
- D-branes
- Differential geometry, gauge theories, and gravity
- Exact solutions of Einstein's field equations
- Exact solutions of Einstein's field equations
- Exact space-times in Einstein's general relativity
- Finite-temperature field theory
- Finite-temperature field theory : principles and applications
- Functional integrals and collective excitations
- Functional integration : action and symmetries
- Gauge field theories
- Gauge theories of weak interactions
- Gravitational N-body simulations
- Gravitational collapse and spacetime singularities
- Gravitational physics of stellar and galactic systems
- Gravitational solitons
- Gravity and strings
- Gravity and strings
- Group structure of gauge theories
- Hadrons at finite temperature
- Hamiltonian mechanics of gauge systems
- Hamiltonian systems : chaos and quantization
- Harmonic superspace
- Inflation and string theory
- Introduction to classical integrable systems
- Introduction to supersymmetry
- Kinetic theory in the expanding universe
- Lie groups, Lie algebras, cohomology, and some applications in physics
- Liquid metals : concepts and theory
- Loops, knots, gauge theories, and quantum gravity
- Mathematics of quantization and quantum fields
- Methods of contemporary gauge theory
- Methods of contemporary gauge theory
- Models of high energy processes
- Modern canonical quantum general relativity
- Moonshine beyond the monster : the bridge connecting algebra, modular forms and physics
- Non-perturbative field theory : from two-dimensional conformal field theory to QCD in four dimensions
- Nonequilibrium quantum field theory
- Oscillations in finite quantum systems
- Path integral methods in quantum field theory
- Path integrals and anomalies in curved space
- Principles of discrete time mechanics
- Quantum field theory in curved spacetime : quantized fields and gravity
- Quantum fields in curved space
- Quantum fields on a lattice
- Quantum geometry : a statistical field theory approach
- Quantum gravity
- Quantum gravity in 2+1 dimensions
- Quantum groups in two-dimensional physics
- Quantum inverse scattering method and correlation functions
- Quarks, gluons, and lattices
- Relativistic fluids and magneto-fluids : with applications in astrophysics and plasma physics
- Relativistic numerical hydrodynamics
- Relativity on curved manifolds
- Renormalization : an introduction to renormalization, the renormalization group, and the operator-product expansion
- Rotating relativistic stars
- Scattering from black holes
- Semi-classical methods for nucleus-nucleus scattering
- Spinors and space-time
- Statistical field theory
- String theory
- Structures in the universe by exact methods : formation, evolution, interactions
- Supermanifolds
- Superstring theory
- Supersymmetric quantum cosmology
- Supersymmetric solitons
- Supersymmetry, supergravity, and unification
- Symmetries, lie algebras and representations : a graduate course for physicists
- The Schwinger action principle and effective action
- The interacting Boson-Fermion model
- The interacting boson model
- The large scale structure of space-time
- The scalar-tensor theory of gravitation
- The structure of the proton : deep inelastic scattering
- The theory of complex angular momenta : Gribov lectures on theoretical physics
- The wave equation on a curved space-time
- Thermal field theory
- Topological solitons
- Twistor geometry and field theory

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