Mathematical physics by B. D. Gupta is a book essential for undergraduates and post graduates in science and engineering. It examines the mathematical basis underlying in physics and provides a strong conceptual understanding of physics as a wider discipline to the keen student.
Research scholars and scientists will also find a lot to inform them in this interestingly conceptualized book that brings some fundamental concepts of mathematics and physics together in a novel way. Some of the topics covered by the author in this text are vectors, tensors, matrices, group theory, beta, gamma and error functions, complex variables, differential equations, harmonics (with special functions), fourier´s series, integrals and transforms, hankel transforms, the laplace transforms, diffusion, wave and laplace´s equations, maxwell's electromagnetic field equations, special theory of relativity, and statistical probability. This book also contains a lot of solved and unsolved questions that students can practice on, so as to help them master the topics covered in the chapters with ease.
This updated edition of mathematical physics has undergone careful revision and has been updated to include the latest discoveries and studies in its field.