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**Fourier Series and Integral Transforms: **Definition and general properties, Fourier Series of Various Physical Functions, Uses and Applications of Fourier Series, Fourier Transforms, Convolution Theorems, Laplace transforms and applications.

**Tensor Analysis: **Vector calculus (differentiation, integration, space curves, multi-variable vectors, surfaces, scalar and vector fields, gradient, divergence and curl, cylindrical and spherical coordinates, general curvilinear coordinates), change of basis, Cartesian tensor as a geometrical object, order/rank of a tensor, tensor algebra, quotient law, pseudo-tensors, Kronecker delta and Levi-cevita, dual tensors, physical applications, integral theorems for tensors, non-Cartesian tensors, general coordinate transformations and tensors.

**Group Theory and Representations for finite groups: **Transformations, groups – definitions and examples, subgroups and Cayley’s theorem, cosets and Lagrange’s theorem, conjugate classes, invariant subgroups, factor groups, homomorphism, direct products, mappings, linear operators, matrix representations, similarity transformation and equivalent matrix representations, group representations, equivalent representations and characters, construction of representations and addition of representations, invariance of functions and operators, unitary spaces and Hermitian matrices, operators: adjoint, self-adjoint, unitary, Hilbert space, reducibility of representations, Schur’s lemmas, orthogonality relations, group algebra, expansion of functions in basis of irreducible representations, Kronecker product, symmetrized and anti-symmetrized representations, adjoint and complex-conjugate representations, real representations

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- Method for solving mathematical physics problems byCall Number: 539.7 AGRISBN: 9788120352520Publication Date: 2008

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