By Susumo Okubo
During this booklet, the writer applies non-associative algebras to physics. Okubo covers themes starting from algebras of observables in quantum mechanics and angular momentum and octonions to department algebra, triple-linear items and YangSHBaxter equations. He additionally discusses the non-associative gauge theoretic reformulation of Einstein's common relativity conception. a lot of the fabric present in this quantity isn't to be had in different works. The publication will hence be of serious curiosity to graduate scholars and learn scientists in physics and arithmetic.
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