Methods of Complex Variables and Functional Analysis Applied to Physical Problems.
Final rept. 5 Nov 65-31 Aug 75,
INDIANA UNIV BLOOMINGTON
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The purpose of the ARO grants from 1965 to 1975 was to support research in the application of general mathematical methods to a rather extensive variety of physical problems. The methods were primarily those of complex and functional analysis, and the physical areas of investigation were those of the theory of particle collisions, phase transitions, stationary-phase approximations in physical function spaces, and irreversible phenomena. The report gives a brief summary of the work done during these ten years.
- Theoretical Mathematics
- Nuclear Physics and Elementary Particle Physics