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Bell Nonlocality£49.49 Valerio Scarani
9780198788416 Quantum technologies have seen a tremendous upsurge in recent years. Bell nonlocality, one of the most striking discoveries triggered by quantum theory, has been instrumental in this trend. It states that in some situations measurements of physical systems do not reveal preexisting properties, but properties are created by the measurement itself. 

Machine Learning for Signal Processing: Data Science, Algorithms, and Computational Statistics£64.00 Max A. Little
9780198714934 Describes in detail the fundamental mathematics and algorithms of machine learning (an example of artificial intelligence) and signal processing, two of the most important and exciting technologies in the modern information economy. Builds up concepts gradually so that the ideas and algorithms can be implemented in practical software applications. 

General Relativity: A Concise Introduction£23.49 Steven Carlip
9780198822165 This is a short textbook on general relativity and gravitation aimed at readers with a broad range of interests in physics, from cosmology to high energy physics to condensed matter. The approach is "physics first": readers move quickly to the calculation of observational predictions and only then return to mathematical foundations. 

Relativity in Modern Physics£64.00 Nathalie Deruelle, JeanPhilippe Uzan, Patricia de ForcrandMillard
9780198786399 This comprehensive textbook on relativity integrates Newtonian physics, special relativity and general relativity into a single book. It emphasizes the deep underlying principles common to them all, yet explains how they are applied in different ways in these three contexts. 

The Elements of Relativity£29.49 David M. Wittman
9780199658640 This undergraduate textbook introduces relativity to a nontechnical audience. The "thinking tools" approach allows readers to understand at a much deeper level than popular treatments, and endofchapter problems (always lacking in popular books) help build and cement that understanding. 

Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Dynamics£34.99 Peter Mann
9780198822387 The book introduces classical mechanics. It does so in an informal style with numerous fresh, modern and interdisciplinary applications assuming no prior knowledge of the necessary mathematics. The book provides a comprehensive and selfcontained treatment of the subject matter up to the forefront of research in multiple areas. 

Applied Computational Physics£53.00 Joseph F. Boudreau, Eric S. Swanson
9780198708643 A textbook that addresses a wide variety of problems in classical and quantum physics. Modern programming techniques are stressed throughout, along with the important topics of encapsulation, polymorphism, and objectoriented design. Scientific problems are physically motivated, solution strategies are developed, and explicit code is presented. 

Infinity: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Ian Stewart
9780198755234 Ian Stewart considers the concept of infinity and the profound role it plays in mathematics, logic, physics, cosmology, and philosophy. He shows that working with infinity is not just an abstract, intellectual exercise, and analyses its important practical everyday applications. 

From Classical to Quantum Fields£59.00 Laurent Baulieu, John Iliopoulos, Roland Sénéor
9780198788409 Quantum Field Theory has become the universal language of most modern theoretical physics. This introductory textbook shows how this beautiful theory offers the correct mathematical framework to describe and understand the fundamental interactions of elementary particles. 

Random Tensors£83.00 Răzvan Gheorghe Gurău
9780198787938 This book introduces "Random Tensors," a framework for studying random geometries in any dimension. It provides a complete derivation of the key results in the field. Whatever form a theory of Quantum Gravity may take, it must incorporate random geometry. 

Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the Tenth Dimension£9.99 Michio Kaku
9780198785033 Hyperspace is the runaway bestseller from one of the world's leading theoretical physicists. Are there other dimensions beyond our own? Is time travel possible? Michio Kaku takes us on a tour of the most exciting work in modern physics, including research into 10dimensional space, time warps, and multiple universes. 

A First Course in Network Theory£36.99 Ernesto Estrada, Philip A. Knight
9780198726463 Network theory is a major topic of interdisciplinary research which covers diverse areas including physics, mathematics and sociology. This book covers all the basics and the most commonly used concepts in the field, provides examples of their applications in solving practical problems, and clear indications on how to analyse their results. 

Advanced Mechanics: From Euler's Determinism to Arnold's Chaos£34.49 S. G. Rajeev
9780199670864 This book can be used as a textbook for a graduate course on mechanics or for selfstudy. There are a variety of problems ranging from exercises that verify parts of the text, moderately difficult calculations, to suggested research projects. Connections to other disciplines of mathematics and physics are emphasized. 

Chaos and Fractals: An Elementary Introduction£35.99 David P. Feldman
9780199566440 For students with a background in elementary algebra, this book provides a vivid introduction to the key phenomena and ideas of chaos and fractals, including the butterfly effect, strange attractors, fractal dimensions, Julia Sets and the Mandelbrot Set, power laws, and cellular automata. The book includes over 200 endofchapter exercises. 

Measurements and their Uncertainties: A practical guide to modern error analysis£21.99 Ifan Hughes, Thomas Hase
9780199566334 This short guide to modern error analysis is primarily intended to be used in undergraduate laboratories in the physical sciences. No prior knowledge of statistics is assumed. The necessary concepts are introduced where needed and illustrated graphically. The book emphasises the use of computers for error calculations and data fitting. 

Concepts in Thermal PhysicsSecond Edition £32.99 Stephen J. Blundell, Katherine M. Blundell
9780199562107 This modern introduction to thermal physics contains a stepbystep presentation of the key concepts. The text is copiously illustrated and each chapter contains several worked examples. 

Nothing: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Frank Close
9780199225866 What is 'nothing'? What remains when you take all the matter away? Can empty space  a void  exist? This Very Short Introduction explores the science and history of the elusive void: from Aristotle's theories to black holes and quantum particles, and why the latest discoveries about the vacuum tell us extraordinary things about the cosmos. 

Relativity: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Russell Stannard
9780199236220 Einstein's theory of relativity shattered the world of physics  replacing Newtonian ideas of space and time with bizarre and counterintuitive conclusions: a world of slowing clocks and stretched space, black holes and curved spacetime. This Very Short Introduction explores and explains the theory in an accessible and understandable way. 

Four Laws That Drive the Universe£13.99 Peter Atkins
9780199232369 The laws of thermodynamics drive everything that happens in the universe. From the sudden expansion of a cloud of gas to the cooling of hot metal, and from the unfurling of a leaf to the course of life itself  everything is directed and constrained by four simple laws. Peter Atkins' powerful and compelling introduction explains what the laws are and how they work. 

Chaos: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Leonard Smith
9780192853783 Chaos exists in systems all around us. Even the simplest system can be subject to chaos, denying us accurate predictions of its behaviour, and sometimes giving rise to astonishing structures of largescale order. This Very Short Introduction draws in philosophy, literature, and accessible maths to explain and illuminate Chaos Theory, showing the variety of its fascinating applications in the real world  from technology to global warming, politics, and even gambling on the stock market. 