Kam Story, The: A Friendly Introduction To The Content, History, And Significance Of Classical Kolmogorov-Arnold-Moser Theory
H Scott Dumas, "Kam Story, The: A Friendly Introduction To The Content, History, And Significance Of Classical Kolmogorov-Arnold-Moser Theory"
English | ISBN: 9814556580 | 2014 | 380 pages | PDF | 3 MB
This is a semi-popular mathematics book aimed at a broad readership of mathematically literate scientists, especially mathematicians and physicists who are not experts in classical mechanics or KAM theory, and scientific-minded readers. Parts of the book should also appeal to less mathematically trained readers with an interest in the history or philosophy of science. The scope of the book is broad: it not only describes KAM theory in some detail, but also presents its historical context (thus showing why it was a "breakthrough"). Also discussed are applications of KAM theory (especially to celestial mechanics and statistical mechanics) and the parts of mathematics and physics in which KAM theory resides (dynamical systems, classical mechanics, and Hamiltonian perturbation theory). Although a number of sources on KAM theory are now available for experts, this book attempts to fill a long-standing gap at a more descrive level. It stands out very clearly from existing publications on KAM theory because it leads the reader through an accessible account of the theory and places it in its proper context in mathematics, physics, and the history of science.
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