Generalized Vector and Dyadic Analysis: Applied Mathematics in Field Theory

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OUP/IEEE Press, Jul 4, 1996 - Mathematics - 144 pages
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An indispensable reference tool for engineers, mathematicians, and physicists, this book offers details on previously unpublished methods of treating and presenting vector and dyadic analysis. Along with pointing out various fundamental misunderstandings in the presentation of concepts to date, Dr Tai presents original findings on a new symbolic method with the aid of a symbol vector. Additional features include: the introduction of a symbolic vector that leads to the systematic treatment of the entire subject of vector analysis . . . detailed derivations of theorems and identities . . . coverage of new topics such as surface vector analysis and dyadic analysis . . . concise but rigorous treatment of topics.

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