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Book DetailsCRM Proceedings & Lecture NotesVolume: 34; 2004; 227 ppMSC: Primary 22; 81;
Papers in this volume are based on the Workshop on Symmetries in Physics held at the Centre de recherches mathématiques (University of Montreal) in memory of Robert T. Sharp. Contributed articles are on a variety of topics revolving around the theme of symmetry in physics.
The preface presents a biographical and scientific retrospect of the life and work of Robert Sharp. Other articles in the volume represent his diverse range of interests, including representation theoretic methods for Lie algebras, quantization techniques and foundational considerations, modular group invariants and applications to conformal models, various physical models and equations, geometric calculations with symmetries, and pedagogical methods for developing spatiotemporal intuition.
The book is suitable for graduate students and researchers interested in group theoretic methods, symmetries, and mathematical physics.
Titles in this series are copublished with the Centre de Recherches Mathématiques.
ReadershipGraduate students and research mathematicians interested in applications of group theory in physics.

Table of Contents

Chapters

Symmetries and currents of massless neutrino fields, electromagnetic and graviton fields

Naturalness and quintessence

Congruence subgroups of PSL(2,$\mathbb {Z}$)

Asymptotic SU(2) and SU(3) Wigner functions from the weight diagram

Physical applications of a fivedimensional metric formulation of Galilean invariance

Variations on Dedekind’s eta

Examples of BerezinToeplitz quantization: Finite sets and unit interval

A modified Weierstrass representation for CMCsurfaces in multidimensional Euclidean spaces

Boson realizations of semisimple Lie algebras

Stretched LittlewoodRichardson and Kostka coefficients

Group actions on compact hyperbolic manifolds and closed geodesics

Is there an ultimate symmetry in physics?

Formal characters and resolution of infinitedimensional simple $A_r$modules of finite degree

Fusion rules and the PateraSharp generatingfunction method

Transient effects in Wigner distribution phase space of a scattering problem

R. T. Sharp and generating functions in group theory

Quasiexact solvability in nonlinear optics

Coherent states, induced representations, geometric quantization, and their vector coherent state extensions

Symmetry math video game used to train profound spatialtemporal reasoning abilities equivalent to dynamical knot theory

Polytope sums and Lie characters

Subalgebras of Lie algebras. Example of sl(3,$\mathbb {R}$)


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Papers in this volume are based on the Workshop on Symmetries in Physics held at the Centre de recherches mathématiques (University of Montreal) in memory of Robert T. Sharp. Contributed articles are on a variety of topics revolving around the theme of symmetry in physics.
The preface presents a biographical and scientific retrospect of the life and work of Robert Sharp. Other articles in the volume represent his diverse range of interests, including representation theoretic methods for Lie algebras, quantization techniques and foundational considerations, modular group invariants and applications to conformal models, various physical models and equations, geometric calculations with symmetries, and pedagogical methods for developing spatiotemporal intuition.
The book is suitable for graduate students and researchers interested in group theoretic methods, symmetries, and mathematical physics.
Titles in this series are copublished with the Centre de Recherches Mathématiques.
Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in applications of group theory in physics.

Chapters

Symmetries and currents of massless neutrino fields, electromagnetic and graviton fields

Naturalness and quintessence

Congruence subgroups of PSL(2,$\mathbb {Z}$)

Asymptotic SU(2) and SU(3) Wigner functions from the weight diagram

Physical applications of a fivedimensional metric formulation of Galilean invariance

Variations on Dedekind’s eta

Examples of BerezinToeplitz quantization: Finite sets and unit interval

A modified Weierstrass representation for CMCsurfaces in multidimensional Euclidean spaces

Boson realizations of semisimple Lie algebras

Stretched LittlewoodRichardson and Kostka coefficients

Group actions on compact hyperbolic manifolds and closed geodesics

Is there an ultimate symmetry in physics?

Formal characters and resolution of infinitedimensional simple $A_r$modules of finite degree

Fusion rules and the PateraSharp generatingfunction method

Transient effects in Wigner distribution phase space of a scattering problem

R. T. Sharp and generating functions in group theory

Quasiexact solvability in nonlinear optics

Coherent states, induced representations, geometric quantization, and their vector coherent state extensions

Symmetry math video game used to train profound spatialtemporal reasoning abilities equivalent to dynamical knot theory

Polytope sums and Lie characters

Subalgebras of Lie algebras. Example of sl(3,$\mathbb {R}$)