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         Field Theory:     more books (100)
  1. Field theory handbook: Including coordinate systems, differential equations, and their solutions by Parry Hiram Moon, 1988
  2. The Theory of the Electromagnetic Field by David M. Cook, 2003-02-21
  3. Statistical Field Theory: Volume 1, From Brownian Motion to Renormalization and Lattice Gauge Theory (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics) by Claude Itzykson, Jean-Michel Drouffe, 1991-03-29
  4. Classical Theory of Gauge Fields by Valery Rubakov, 2002-05-06
  5. Field Theories of Condensed Matter Systems (Advanced Books Classics) by Fradkin, 1998-03-01
  6. Classical Field Theory: Electromagnetism and Gravitation by Francis E. Low, 1997-02-07
  7. Elements of Statistical Mechanics: With an Introduction to Quantum Field Theory and Numerical Simulation by Ivo Sachs, Siddhartha Sen, et all 2006-05-29
  8. fields and Particles: Field Theory and Dispersion Relations by K. Nishijima, 1969
  9. Exercises in Quantum Field Theory: A Self-Contained Book of Questions and Answers by David Atkinson, Porter Wear Johnson, 2004-01
  10. Linear Groups with an Exposition of Galois Field Theory by Leonard Eugene Dickson, 2007-04-01
  11. Strings, Conformal Fields, and M-Theory (Graduate Texts in Contemporary Physics) by Michio Kaku, 2000-01-15
  12. Quantum Field Theory: From Operators to Path Integrals by Kerson Huang, 1998-08-13
  13. Statistical Field Theory (Advanced Book Classics) by Giorgio Parisi, 1998-12-01
  14. Quarks, Leptons and Gauge Fields by Kerson Huang, 1992-03

121. Finite Fields And Their Applications
Professional Publisher's site advertising a journal on Finite field theory. Well presented and informative.
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Finite Fields and Their Applications is a peer-reviewed technical journal publishing papers in finite field theory as well as in applications of finite fields. As a result of applications in a wide variety of areas, finite fields are increasingly important in several areas of mathematics, including linear and abstract algebra, number theory and algebraic geometry, as well as in computer science, statistics, information theory, and engineering.
For cohesion, and because so many applications rely on various theoretical properties of finite fields, it is essential that there be a core of high-quality papers on theoretical aspects. In addition, since much of the vitality of the area comes from computational problems, the journal publishes papers on computational aspects of finite fields as well as on algorithms and complexity of finite field-related methods.

122. An Introduction To Topological Field Theory
A topological quantum field theory (TQFT) is an, almost, metric independent quantum field theory that gives rise to topological invariants of the background manifold
An Introduction to Topological Field Theory R.J. Lawrence Abstract: Keywords: topological field theory, category theory, higher algebraic structures, polyhedral decompositions, manifold invariants AMS subject classification: 58Dxx 18-xx 57M25 57R57 Length: 40 pages Reference: Proc. Symp. Appl. Math. CMP 1 372 766 You can download this paper as a postscript file (348 KB) or as a pdf file (360 KB). Last updated on June 11th, 2000.

123. Electrogravity
Source for free ebook, Electrogravitation As A Unified field theory, by Jerry E. Bayles.
Welcome to my home page concerning Electrogravitational Field Theory. This work presents a study of electrogravitational field mechanics leading to a solution of the actual gravitational mechanism. Here you will find links to my free e-book, "Electrogravitation As A Unified Field Theory", as well as related files, some of which are animated graphics types. The book is in Adobe Acrobat PDF format and is readable across most PC platforms via the free Adobe Acrobat Reader available from the download link area below. Jerry E. Bayles.
The below formula best describes the electrogravitational action as I see it. It is the result of a two- system variable vector magnetic potential (A), and a force constant FQK, where FQK is independent of distance, much like David Bohm's quantum Q energy potential principle. Click on the below equation for an explanation of its meaning related to recent tests by Professor Fran De Aquino (A) Fqk (A)
variable variable
weber/meter (amp) (amp) weber/meter
The equation above may be adapted to all of the known forces, quantum or macroscopic. The equation is developed in chapter 12 of my e-book, "Electrogravitation As A Unified Field Theory", and may be downloaded free by clicking on the highlighted text below.

124. The Valuation Theory Home Page
A forum for all mathematicians who work in valuation theory or apply valuation theoretical results in their own field of research.
Welcome, dear reader, to
The Valuation Theory Home Page
This home page is intended to be a forum for all mathematicians who work in valuation theory or apply valuation theoretical results in their own field of research. The home page offers: If you have suggestions, questions, ideas, news, or if you want your name and address on the above mentioned list, or if you have a recent paper in or applying valuation theory, then write to
valth [at]

125. A Novel Theory Of The Terrestrial Magnetic Field And Its Anomalies
A new theory of the source of the Earth's magnetic tield which also provides an explanation of its variations in intensity and direction over planetary history.
Origin of the Earth's Magnetic Field
The theory of terrestrial magnetism has been the subject of considerable effort over the last three decades, but yet has not resulted in an obviously satisfactory result. Highly sophisticated physical and mathematical approaches have been adopted, yet one gets the impression that a good deal of forcing is necessary to even begin to approach a unified and comprehensive explanation of all the important observations. It is my conviction that all theories should have an underlying simplicity which grips the imagination without the prior need for complicated mathematical manipulation. Certainly mathematics is often necessary for developing the theory in order to make predictions to test it and to attempt to falsify it, particularly in the case of the physical sciences, yet even there the basic ideas alone, generally have a convincing ring of truth about them. I do not get this feeling about the prevailing theories, in particular the Dynamo Theory popular nowadays. There are a number of peculiar observations of Earth's magnetism which have to date eluded theoretical explanation. In this article I will propose a novel unifying explanation which will include all the apparently odd aspects of the Earth's magnetic field, but first let me review some of these features.

126. Preface
Provides an introduction to the field.
These pages are essentially my "Game Theory: An Introductory Sketch," with a few corrections. The second offering of my course in 1997 caused me to consider a major rewriting and extension of it, which would incorporate more of the theory background for the examples, and some new ideas and examples. The outline in the frame to the left will suggest the scope of the revision I had in mind. However, this html work has never been written. Nevertheless, I am returning the existing essays in this slightly changed form, moved mostly by the number and passion of the requests users have sent me. Well, the number, anyway. It had also seemed that there were errors to correct, and there were some, the original having been done in a great hurry; and in some of these cases I have taken the time to verify that the original was correct. If I have missed any substantive errors, please let me know. So these pages join the mass of Web documents that are perpetually "under construction." The topics on the left that have been written have hyperlinks in the contents screen to the left. There will be no further work on this version, as my game theory text is now in print (see left.)

127. SIGACT News Theory Calendar --- Home Page
Calendar of upcoming theoretical computer science events and a list of recently released books in the field.
SIGACT News Theory Calendar
In this page I maintain the SIGACT NEWS Theory Calendar. Here is the calendar in different formats: Last updated May 2, 2004. The Theory Calendar is usually updated every month. It also appears quarterly in SIGACT News and on SIGACT News Online . To include an event, send email to the Theory Calendar at:
I will typically not acknowledge these e-mails and your acknowledgement is the inclusion of the event in the calendar. Announcements of special journal issues and of new books are also accepted. All items should include a URL. Related Pages: ACM Calendar of Events Joe Mitchell's Event List Sariel Har-Peled's Event List The SIGACT Theory Calendar is maintained by Sriram V. Pemmaraju of the Department of Computer Science at The University of Iowa. Last modified: May 2, 2004

128. COLT: Computational Learning Theory
A research field devoted to studying the design and analysis of algorithms for making predictions about the future based on past experiences. The emphasis in COLT is on rigorous mathematical analysis. COLT is largely concerned with computational and data efficiency.

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What is COLT? Freund and Schapire Steering Committee: Note: Euro COLT and COLT have been merged. Maintained by: Stephen S. Kwek

129. Clinical Psychology: Science And Practice
Developments in the science and practice of clinical psychology by publishing scholarly topical reviews of research, theory, and application to diverse areas of the field, including assessment, intervention, service delivery, and professional issues.
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The next issue is scheduled for online publication in: August 11 Search for Articles Browse the Archive Email notification of TOCs ABOUT THE JOURNAL ... RELATED LINKS Other Oxford University Press journals that may be of interest:
Journal of Pediatric Psychology
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education Psychotherapy Research
Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice is published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the American Psychological Association D12 and assisted by Stanford University Libraries' HighWire Press
Online ISSN: 1468-2850

130. Electromagnetism
General electromagnetic theory, including static field equations, the origins of inductance, and EMR.
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Electromagnetic Inertia Have you ever thought “If an electron induces a magnetic field when it moves, and magnetic fields contains energy, where does the energy to create this field come from?” Click here to find out more about Electromagnetic Inertia.
Electrostatic Potential Energy
The starting point for all electrostatic interactions is that between two point electric charges such as two electrons, or between a positron and an electron. In the 19th century scientists did not understand the interaction, and invented the concept of “potential energy” to provide the force that drove these particles together or apart. It was only when Einstein developed the equivalence of mass and energy that the true source of the energy became apparent. You are probably familiar with the concept that electric fields contain energy and it is the interaction between the fields of the two charges that leads to changes in their energy and hence to the forces between them, energy being simply the integral of force over distance. This paper develops the equations for the interaction at any point in space near the charges, without recourse to “potential energy”. Click here to view the paper on electrostatic fields and the associated potential energy.

131. PWscf
Programs for electronic structure calculations within DensityFunctional theory and Density-Functional Perturbation theory, using a Plane-Wave basis set and pseudopotentials. PWscf is released under the GNU General Public License.
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PWscf (Plane-Wave Self-Consistent Field) is a set of programs for electronic structure calculations within Density-Functional Theory and Density-Functional Perturbation Theory, using a Plane-Wave basis set and pseudopotentials. PWscf is released under the GNU General Public License
14 May 2004
Version PWscf v.2.0.3 is available for download. This is a bugfix release with no changes in functionality but only a few bug fixes. You can download and install a small patch instead of the entire package. See the download page.
20 April 2004 Version PWscf v.2.0.2 is available for download. 06 April 2004 PWgui v.0.6.2 is available for download. 18 March 2004 Version PWscf v.2.0.1 is available for download.

Galois theory of fields/group theory. (50 articles)
Welcome to the Field Arithmetic electronic preprint archive. This archive stores electronic preprints on the arithmetic of fields, Galois theory, model theory of fields, and related topics. It is located at Ben Gurion University in Be'er-Sheva, Israel. Please click for information:
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  • A recursive description of pro-p Galois groups , by Antonio Jose Engler (abstract)
  • Galois embedding problems with cyclic quotient of order p , by Jan Minac and John Swallow (abstract)
  • Construction and classification of some Galois modules , by Jan Minac and John Swallow (abstract)
  • Brauer groups of genus zero extensions of number fields , by Jack Sonn and John Swallow (abstract)
  • Prelude: Arithmetic fundamental groups and noncommutative algebra , by Michael D. Fried (abstract)
  • Galois module structure of p-th power classes of extensions of degree p , by Jan Minac and John Swallow (abstract)
  • Hurwitz monodromy, spin separation and higher levels of a Modular Tower
  • 133. SFB 504 Glossary: Game Theory
    Offers a brief definition of and introduction to the field. By Aner Sela and Jan Vleugels.
    Game theory
    Theory of rational behavior for interactive decision problems. In a game , several agents strive to maximize their (expected) utility index by chosing particular courses of action, and each agent's final utility payoffs depend on the profile of courses of action chosen by all agents. The interactive situation, specified by the set of participants, the possible courses of action of each agent, and the set of all possible utility payoffs, is called a game ; the agents 'playing' a game are called the players In denegerate games, the players' payoffs only depend on their own actions. For example, in competitive markets ( competitive market equilibrium ), it is enough that each player optimizes regardless of the behavior of other traders. As soon as a small number of agents is involved in an economic transaction, however, the payoffs to each of them depend on the other agents' actions. For example in an oligopolistic industry or in a cartel, the price or the quantity set optimally by each firm depends crucially on the prices or quantities set by the competing firms. Similarly, in a market with a small number of traders, the equilibrium price depends on each trader's own actions as well as the one of his fellow traders (see auctions Whenever an optimizing agent expects a reaction from other agents to his own actions, his payoff is determined by other player's actions as well, and he is playing a

    134. Trans-theory Discussion List
    A forum for the discussion of topics in the new interdisciplinary field of transgender studies and transgender theory.

    135. High Energy Physics - Theory
    A collection of research papers on high energy particle physics, and on quantum field theories.
    High Energy Physics - Theory (since 8/91)
    e-Prints are available for the following years:
    • new hep-th papers received (most recent mailing)
    • recent hep-th listings
    • current month's hep-th listings
    • lastupdate of daily changes to hep-th database (ftp format)
    • some info for hep-th
    Links to: arXiv hep-th find abs

    136. Materials Theory Institute
    Aims to attract leading talents in the field of condensed matter physics for collaborative work closely related to Argonne's experimental and theoretical projects.
    The Materials Theory Institute is designed to attract the leading experts and best talents in the field of condensed matter physics for collaborative work closely related to Argonne’s experimental and theoretical projects. A goal of the Materials Theory Institute is to foster growth and expansion of theoretical science laboratory-wide. The Institute intends to have a major impact on the overall research at ANL and to play a crucial role in the formulation of new research directions and future initiatives. Its activities aim to benefit individual groups, both theoretical and experimental. The Institute catalyzes interdisciplinary interactions and collaborations.
    The Theory Institute is based on relevance, flexibility, and cost-efficiency. Its most important characteristic is cutting edge research of the highest quality. The Institute is largely built on visitor programs: visiting members possess expertise complementary to that available at Argonne and support and strengthen projects led by the permanent staff. The duration of regular visits may vary from two weeks to two years. This format enables us to maintain the mobile, well focused, and highly interactive character of the research and allows tackling a rich variety of the most urgent and topical scientific problems.
    The simultaneous presence of the leading experts, working as a team on focused projects, enables us to organize a series of the workshops, devoted to the most urgent topics emerging in condensed matter and material physics. These workshops attract the most talented scientists, advance the current projects, and contribute enormously to the creative and stimulating atmosphere of the Institute.

    137. Combinatorial Game Theory
    Elwyn's research in the field, including several papers.
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    138. Computability Theory
    Information on this site includes a Bibliographic Database for Computability theory, a list of Open Questions in Recursion theory as well as links to many researchers working in the field. Maintained by Peter Cholak.
    Computability Theory
  • Bibliographic Database for Computability Theory
  • Open Questions in Recursion Theory: LaTeX or pdf
  • Other Useful Sites:
  • People who work (or have worked) in Computability Theory:
  • People whose work had great impact on the field:
  • Computability Theory E-mailing List
  • Research Announcements
  • Recursive Function Theory Newsletter
  • Meetings (see the Association for Symbolic Logic for ASL meetings)
  • Graduate School in Computability Theory
  • Job Announcements As with most web pages, this page is a continuously evolving resource. It will only develop into a useful resource for computability theorists if they help by adding information related to computability theory to the web and this page. Therefore computability theorists are encouraged to add information and links to this page. There are two ways of achieving this. The preferred method is to add the information to the web yourself and email me at
  • 139. American Journal Of Sociology
    Established in 1895 as the first U.S. scholarly journal in its field, AJS is a voice for analysis and research in the social sciences, presenting work on the theory, methods, practice, and history of sociology. Electronic edition.
    [Editor: Andrew Abbott] ISSN: 0002-9602
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    140. Earth's Magnetic Field
    A theory on how Earth's magnetic field reverses its magnetic polarity.
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