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3.0 étoiles sur 5 my peers and I found ourselves much better off reading other texts 30 novembre 2015
Par givoLtaqe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Weird notation, vague discussion, poor organisation, confusing illustrations/figures, and a number of errors/typos.
This is the textbook for our particle course on SM, but besides the problems assigned from this book, my peers and I found ourselves much better off reading other texts, such as Thomson's MPP or Schwartz's QFT&SM.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book on Gauge Theory 14 octobre 2016
Par Isn't it obvious - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great book on Gauge Theory
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This book, written before the Higgs Boson's discovery was confirmed, tells a physicist everything one should know on its subject 14 mars 2014
Par John T Donohue - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is the second edition of a book written thirty years ago. I have often taught courses based on material gleaned from the pages of the first edition. The new edition lives up to the excellent standards of its predecessor, but contains also more recent material that relates some of the changes that have occurred. However, this is still a physics book, and in no way a book for the layman. It has many figures showing cross secions and problems designed to help the diligent student reproduce those figures. Of course, I haven't had time to read all the new stuff, but I look forward to dong so

Just to warn you, the author and I had the same thesis director, albeit at differnt univerities, and I have known him for a long time.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This book is great for someone with an undergraduate education in physics 10 mars 2015
Par Mark Weitzman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
The original edition of this book published in 1983, was the book that convinced me to quit working, and enter the Caltech Phd. physics program. This book is great for someone with an undergraduate education in physics, and little or no knowledge in quantum field theory. Really explains gauge theories at an accessible level.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Still a classic after more than fifteen years 2 juillet 2000
Par Jos Aarts - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I left the field of physics twenty years ago, and as a graduate physicist I am now doing social science research into information systems. But I like to stay informed about current developments in physics. And certainly a unified theory of the fundamental forces of nature is attracting a lot of attention from both specialists and laymen alike. I knew that gauge theories are important for a unified theory, and nobody interested in physics could escape the renewed interest through the awarding of the 1999 Nobel Prize in physics to Veltman and 't Hooft. So I bought this classic text of Chris Quigg. Many popular books on modern physics (e.g. Bedersen, 1999) quote this text. By no means I was disappointed. Of course the mathematics is often difficult, but the author is starting each chapter outlining what the fundamental ideas are. And that alone makes the book a good read. The book has nine chapters, and each chapter is concluded with an assessment or a reflection on the contents, which are highly understandable. Many of the problems of 1983, when the book was published, are still open today. It is didactically very suited as textbook or reference book for those physicists wishing to specialize in high energy physics.
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