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- Constantinos Tzanakis, Abraham Arcavi, +6 authors Man-Keung Siu
- 2002

The historical development of Mathematics and Physics suggests that: (a) Mathematics and Physics have always been closely interwoven, in the sense of a “two-ways process”: • Mathematical methods are… (More)

This paper associates the findings of a historical study with those of an empirical one with 16 years-old students (1st year of the Greek Lyceum). It aims at examining critically the much-discussed… (More)

The probabilistic description of finite classical systems often leads to linear kinetic equations. A set of physically motivated mathematical requirements is accordingly formulated. We show that it… (More)

The basic mathematical assumptions for autonomous linear kinetic equations for a classical system are formulated, leading to the conclusion that if they are di erential equations on its phase space M… (More)

In the context of a noncommutative differential calculus on the algebra of real valued functions of an $n$-dimensional manifold $M$, a commutative and associative product of 1-forms is naturally… (More)

SummaryOn the tangent bundleTM of a (pseudo-) Riemannian manifoldM only 4 metrics are induced by that ofM; they all define the same volume which in turn coincides with that induced onTM by the… (More)