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Global and Stochastic Analysis with Applications to Mathematical Physics
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Part of the Theoretical and Mathematical Physics book series (TMP)
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© 2011
Part of the Theoretical and Mathematical Physics book series (TMP)
Methods of global analysis and stochastic analysis are most often applied in mathematical physics as separate entities, thus forming important directions in the field. However, while combination of the two subject areas is rare, it is fundamental for the consideration of a broader class of problems
This book develops methods of Global Analysis and Stochastic Analysis such that their combination allows one to have a more or less common treatment for areas of mathematical physics that traditionally are considered as divergent and requiring different methods of investigation
Global and Stochastic Analysis with Applications to Mathematical Physics covers branches of mathematics that are currently absent in monograph form. Through the demonstration of new topics of investigation and results, both in traditional and more recent problems, this book offers a fresh perspective on ordinary and stochastic differential equations and inclusions (in particular, given in terms of Nelson's mean derivatives) on linear spaces and manifolds. Topics covered include classical mechanics on non-linear configuration spaces, problems of statistical and quantum physics, and hydrodynamics
A self-contained book that provides a large amount of preliminary material and recent results which will serve to be a useful introduction to the subject and a valuable resource for further research. It will appeal to researchers, graduate and PhD students working in global analysis, stochastic analysis and mathematical physics
From the reviews:
“The book is about applications of global and stochastic analysis in mathematical physics. The majority of the book reflects the work and contributions of the author and his collaborators in this field. … The author, by putting various preparation materials together, has done a good job presenting the theory in a book that for the most part is quite readable. The book is a valuable contribution to the literature, and is recommended to anyone … who is interested in problems of mathematical physics.” (Ming Liao, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2012 d)