Group theoretical methods in physics: proceedings of the third Yurmala seminar, Yurmala, USSR, 22-24 May 1985
Moiseĭ Aleksandrovich Markov, Vladimir Ivanovich Manʹko, V. V. Dodonov
VNU Science Press, Dec 1, 1986 - Architecture - 662 pages
These Proceedings cover various topics in modern physics in which group theoretical methods can be applied effectively. The two volumes, containing over 100 papers, cover such areas as representation theory, the theory and applications of dynamical symmetries and coherent states, symmetries in atomic, molecular, nuclear and elementary particle physics, field theory including gauge theories, supersymmetry and supergravity, general relativity and cosmology, the theory of space groups and its applications to solid state physics and phase transitions, the problems of quantum and classical mechanics and paraxial optics, and the theory of nonlinear equations and solitons.
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Quantum invariants and state system generating algebra
Transvector algebras in representation theory and dynamic symmetry
The Galilei group in investigations of symmetry properties of Maxwell equations
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