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In The Theoretical Minimum, world-class physicist Leonard Susskind provided a brilliant first course in classical mechanics, offering readers not an oversimplified introduction but the real thing - everything you need to start doing physics, and nothing more. Now he returns with the next challenge that every aspiring physics buff must tackle: quantum mechanics. Unlike most popular physics books, Susskind and his co-author Art Friedman teach the maths and equations that are essential to any real understanding of quantum mechanics. Combining crystal-clear explanations, witty and helpful dialogues, and basic exercises, Quantum Mechanics is, to paraphrase Einstein, as simple as possible, but no simpler. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

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Leonard Susskind has been the Felix Bloch Professor in Theoretical Physics at Stanford University since 1978, and his online lectures are viewed all around the world. One of the fathers of string theory, he is the author of The Black Hole War and The Cosmic Landscape. Art Friedman is a life-long student of physics, and his career encompasses software engineering, teaching, and writing. When he's not busy puzzling over quantum entanglement, Art plays the fiddle. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

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Friendly and yet thorough and rigorous i.e. a pure challenge.

It's advisable to study the book in parallel to the video series (same title), as both are nicely interconnected.

With one exception though : the harmonic oscillator is very well treated in the book but is not part of that video series.

In fact, you'll find it in Susskind's other video series "Modern Physics : Quantum Mechanics".

An interesting route in Susskind's on-line courses would be :

1. Classical Mechanics
2. Quantum Mechanics
3. Special Relativity
4 General Relativity
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Ce n'est certainement "Quantum Mechanics for Dummies". Mais si vous n'êtes pas effrayé par un peu de maths (les dérivés et intégrales plus les fonctions hyperboliques), c'est un excellent moyen de bien comprendre les bases théoriques de la mécanique quantique.
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I wish I could have read this book 40 years ago when I was a young student. As a physicist, I would recommend the book not only to non physicists, but also to physics students and physicists.
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HASH(0x9948a264) étoiles sur 5 IT'S ALL IN THE MIND OF EACH INDIVIDUAL READER 26 février 2014
Par Robert Steven Thomas - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is an extremely difficult book to review. Though a layman in this field, fortunately, I have researched quantum mechanics and read enough books over the last few years on the subject to do a reasonably informed job of covering the salient points:
1) I have no doubt the author feels he has attempted to construct this book in a manner that can be understood fairly easily by many. Not to be insulting to anyone, but this book is definitely not for the novice.
2) Even with some background in quantum theory, there are many portions of the dialog that went way over my head, as I suspect, it will for many.
3) If you are an average reader interested in quantum physics, I have found several other books that cover this suject in a more readily understandable way. I suggest Machio Kaku or Bernard Haisch.
4) If you are a science student - college level or above, this book could be very insightful and of value for you.

So why Four Stars??? While the ultimate value of this book will be determined by each individual reader, it is critically important that a more widespread understanding of the scientific importance of quantum mechanics is shared by a larger audience. This book contributes to that cause and contains valuable information.
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HASH(0x9948a2b8) étoiles sur 5 dirac bracket notation.... 27 février 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book covers a lot of ground in a very creative way. However, I am extremely puzzled how the kindle version was distributed with typesetting issues associated with the Dirac bracket which make it difficult to read. There was obviously no review of the electronic version. Amazon should republish a correction ASAP.
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HASH(0x9948a594) étoiles sur 5 Difficult- but exactly what I was looking for 4 mars 2014
Par rickzz - Publié sur Amazon.com
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After a few years of reading math-free QM popularizations, I decided to try to learn the math. Finding a book that bridges the vast gap between the popularizations and textbooks, though, has been a real challenge.

Thankfully, this book is now available. Yes, it's difficult but it's far more accessible than a textbook. The authors have really made an effort to offer insight into what is inherently a very abstract and mathematical subject. Like FLP-III (Feynman's Lectures on Physics), the approach is to start with "spin-first" and then work "backwards" to the Schrodinger equation, which is the starting point for most textbooks (that way, the harder math is deferred until later). However, QM:TM is more modern and easier than FLP, which is after all, meant for future physicists.

If you don't know any advanced math (calculus, complex numbers, etc.) then you should pass on this book. But the "math-divide" has now been bridged by this book, which is destined to be a classic.

Note: I didn't care much for TM: volume I (it was too rushed and brief) but that's not the case with volume II. The only con is there's no companion site (as far as I know) with solutions to the exercises.
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HASH(0x9948a48c) étoiles sur 5 Flawed by lack of worked out answers for excercises. 3 mai 2014
Par Leeber Cohen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Professor Susskind's lecture series on You Tube are very popular and he deserves our thanks for his efforts. It is also wonderful that there is an audience that wishes to learn these subjects. It is assumed that you know linear algebra and complex variables. If you have not had these subjects or need a refresher, you will have a better time with this book if you study or review these subjects. I would recommend the Cliff Quick Review of Linear Algebra by Leduc and Chapter 1 of Schaum's Complex Variables 2nd edition by Spiegel. They both have many worked out problems and the books are inexpensive.There are more expensive alternatives like Engineering Mathematics by Stroud or Shankar's Quantum Mechanics textbook which cover these areas. Susskind makes heavy use of spin and the Pauli Matrices as a basic model for quantum mechanics. A similar approach was taken in Jordan's Quantum Mechanic in Simple Matrix Form published in the 1980s and available on Dover. Susskind is a good teacher and further simplifies the math, probabilities, commutators, and operators to make the subject more easy to follow. The introductions to the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, Schrodinger Equation, and Entaglement are nicely done and are a good read. If you want to learn some concepts of basic Quantum Mechanics and are not adverse to the math described this book will fill that need. Learn or review the mentioned math first or you will be lost quickly. You need to know what a complex number is,why we need complex numbers, how to obtain a complex conjugate, and Euler's famous formula. Susskind covers this in three short pages which is unlikely to mean much to you if you do not remember or know the math. It will also help to watch the lectures on You Tube. The major flaw of the book is the excercises. They range from easy to hard. The answers are not provided and the techniques for answering them should be fully worked out. This should have either been added as an appendix to the book or posted on the web. These excercises are meant to test and rewire your brain. They are important teaching tools but most of us do not have teaching assistants to check our answers and help us when we are lost. What may be obvious to the teacher is frequently not obvious to the rest of us. I have taken off one star for not have a longer chapter on the math required. I have also taken off a star for the lack of answers (worked out would be even better) for the excercises.
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HASH(0x9948a678) étoiles sur 5 Bridges the gap between pop-sci and textbook 15 avril 2014
Par Guy Bowerman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've been looking for a book like this for many years as it provides exactly what I need.

Some reviewers have said this book appeals to a narrow audience, and they may be right. Get this book if:
- You learned maths at least to senior high school / basic university engineering/science level.
- You're interested in understanding quantum mechanics at a deeper and more mathematical degree than you get in popular science books and want to be able to work with the basic postulates and mathematics of quantum mechanics.
- You find existing text books that cover quantum theory (like Bohm, Rae) go too deep and are basically inaccessible.

The book is very readable, and though it takes you through derivations of Schrodinger's equation, working with vector spaces, statistical physics, it's never dry and doesn't assume to know too much to begin with.

My only criticism is that it tries to be jokey with pointless dialogue at the beginning of chapters, but being one of the few books that successfully bridge the gap between popular science books and text books, it earns its 5 stars.
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